Caitlin, 21, Carson, 20, Lily, 15, and Luke, 13, were inconvenienced with not having summer jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic - so they created their own ice cream truck business instead. It's called Lickety Split.
If you find yourself screaming at two teenaged girls at an ice cream stand because they asked you to wear a mask, you're a jerk - let's just get that out of the way. This actually happened not very far from Utica.
Back in December, it was announced that Kookie's Q & Creamery would be taking over the former Nicky Doodles location. With signs now being visible from the streets, many are wondering just how soon the new restaurant will be opening.