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Nearly seven years ago, Rob Lallier quit his job in corporate information technology. more
Judy Cusworth, founder of Woodhaven Wildlife Center, a nonprofit wildlife sanctuary in Chadwicks, has been serving the area by caring for sick and/or injured wild animals for over 34 years. more
HobbyTown, the largest brick-and-mortar hobby retailer in the world, will open a new store on Chenango Avenue on Friday, Nov. 18. more

Reconstruction of the wall that hosts the iconic “Sunburst” wall mural that greets passers-by at Liberty Bell Park in downtown Utica has begun. more
For 78 years, Margaret Mayes has kept her brother’s memory alive. Mayes, 96, lives in Rome with her husband, Joe. more
James Daino has been baking since he was just a child of maybe 8 or 9 years old, learning at the apron of his mother Rose while watching her as they tried new recipes together. more
This week, cooking reality show "Restaurant Impossible" is filming in the West Dominick Street vicinity in Rome. more
Colgate University is returning to the Oneida Indian Nation more than 1,500 items once buried with ancestral remains. more
The Joseph Michael Chubbuck Foundation Oct. 28 Mystery Dinner Theater at Harts Hill Inn in Whitesboro sold out three weeks in advance and raised more than $8,000 to assist local cancer patients. more
If you need another reminder that war is hell, Netflix is now streaming a gripping and hauntingly beautiful new adaptation of “All Quiet on the Western Front.” more
During its decade-long history, The Tailor and the Cook, Utica’s esteemed farm-to-table restaurant, has followed a course from local recognition to national renown. more
The Oneida Indian Nation hosted nearly 400 local veterans and honored them for their service at its 21st annual Veterans Recognition Ceremony and Breakfast. more
Micron Technology Inc. hosted an Educators Forum at the Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology for educators to meet and greet with Micron leaders. more
Mohawk Valley Community College will offer a series of tours for students interested in majoring in hospitality programs at its Rome campus, 1101 Floyd Ave. more
The Rome Free Academy Marching Band becomes a “second family” for its members, said Director Stephen Russell. more
The Players of Utica unveiled their theatre’s mural which pays homage to current and former theatres that once dominated downtown Utica. more
With the Halloween season in full swing, the National Fire Protection Association has some tips and guidelines for keeping your home fire safe even as you celebrate the holiday. more
The restoration of historic Guy Park Manor is finally under way in Amsterdam through a project that will make the landmark a more resilient community gathering space. more
Youngsters of all ages are invited to Science Night in the laboratories of Eckel Hall and Eddy Hall at Cazenovia College from 5:30 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 27. more
Work continues this week on the construction of a new entrance building at the Utica Zoo. more
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