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According to Brooklyn Pickle’s Facebook page, the delay in pushing the grand opening another week was due to construction setbacks that were out of their control. more
A pair of North Country organizations have launched an employment website and resource for employers and job seekers in the west/central Adirondack region. more
The Masonic Care Community announced it has received $5,000 sponsorship funding grant from Excellus BlueCross BlueShield to enhance the MCC’s rehabilitation and fall prevention activities. more
Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr. highlighted the county’s progress throughout the past 225 years, and outlined a plan for future growth during the 2023 State of the County address. more
With 10 locations, 40 licensed agents, and 100 carriers, and over 400 years of combined experience, Gates-Cole prides itself on being a genuine part of each community it serves. more
"The state of our city is strong, and the future is brighter than ever," according to Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri, as he delivered his final city address as mayor.  more
Giotto Enterprises will host a job fair from 1 to 3 p.m. on Wednesday, April 5, at 161 Clear Road. more
Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute, the 104-year-old arts organization in Utica, has rebranded to clarify their identity and shared their vision for the future of the arts campus. more
Almost a year after announcing that Syracuse staple Brooklyn Pickle is coming to Utica, a date has been set for a grand opening. more
MRB Group, a Rochester-based engineering, architecture and planning firm, has hired Mark Blask as a senior municipal advisor. more
No one was injured when a motor vehicle crashed into the front of Holland Farms Bakery & Deli on Oriskany Boulevard Friday afternoon, according to the Yorkville Police Department. more
Officials with the Kelberman Center say Adirondack Bank is helping the  community in a big way. more
Every woman is worthy of looking and feeling their best, and a resale store in Oneida has everything they need to do that. more
Sovena USA of Rome, one of the largest olive oil companies in the world, has partnered with the Griffiss Institute on the creation and support of their STEM camps and programs in the community. more
The closure of two adjacent businesses in Bagg’s Square has opened the opportunity for renovations to begin. more
A Hobby Lobby store may become a future tenant of Freedom Plaza, 205 Erie Blvd. W., according to a listing on the DCL Management Corp. website on Friday, March 17. more
The unemployment rate in the Utica-Rome area increased from 4.4% in January 2022 to 4.5% in January 2023. more
A staple of the community, Oneida Office Supply is more than an office supply store. more
Mohawk Valley Garden Corporation is planning to build a mixed-use complex in Utica’s Bagg’s Square district. more
The owners of Wagner Farms, 5841 Old Oneida Road, announced they have decommissioned “The Leo” — the farm’s second wheelchair accessible Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant wagon ride. more
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