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By a majority vote, the Utica Common Council passed the city’s budget for the 2023-2024 fiscal year. more
With a deadline to approve the city’s budget and avoid a default, the Utica Common Council will meet on Monday, March 20, at Utica City Hall, where the budget vote will take place. more
On March 11, 2021, the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) was signed into law, providing the country with financial relief to address the economic problems brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. more
With the emergency allotments from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) at an end, local food pantries are expecting to see an influx of people utilizing their services. more
Valley View, Utica’s iconic catering venue, is now back in the hands of the city after Daniele’s lease has expired. more
The Irish flag was raised on Wednesday at Utica City Hall, which begins a sequence of events happening across the city that celebrate the Irish heritage. more
The United States District Court in Utica welcomed 50 individuals from 27 nations as they were sworn in as American citizens. more
The Greater Utica Chamber of Commerce and the Sentinel Media Company, publisher of the Daily Sentinel, have announced a partnership in creating the 2023 Meet the Candidates for Mayor Series. more
Beit Shalom, the synagogue in the heart of Utica’s downtown area, has filed a lawsuit against the city, claiming a violation of the right to conduct religious services. more
Bill Worden, the beloved former anchor for WKTV and the face of local journalism for more than 35 years, has passed away at the age of 80. more
The Utica Democratic Committee’s endorsement of Mirela Pekmez for first district councilor has raised questions and concerns from incumbent Katie Aiello. more
Hemstrought’s Bakeries, 900 Oswego St., is planning an expansion to become an innovative culinary destination for both locals and tourists alike. more
Utica Proud, the mobile application which launched back in November, is continuing to help support the city's local businesses and rewarding customers for doing so. more
From the eclectic decor to the overall welcoming atmosphere, Tramontane Cafe provides their customers with more than what a typical coffeehouse does. more
March 1 marks Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Independence Day, a day that recognizes the country’s independence from the former nation of Yugoslavia 31 years ago. more
With only four months left until the primary election, the four Utica mayoral candidates have received key political party endorsements. more
When it comes to vintage items, peculiar oddities and rare finds, the Broad Street Flea Market is not short on supply. more
With the Wynn Hospital expected to open in eight months, a new era of healthcare will soon be ushered in to the Mohawk Valley. more
While Friday will mark one year since Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, the ongoing effects of the war can still be felt more than 4,700 miles away in Utica. more
Students at Thomas R. Proctor High School got a glimpse into the real world during the school’s annual Career Day on Thursday. more
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