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If you have visited one of the three New York State Thruway rest stops that were rebuilt and reopened within the last few months, then you may have some thoughts about their size. more
Slocum-Dickson Medical Group announced the opening of the Elite Medical Spa & Wellness Institute. more
With dance instruction, local artists’ works on display and independent films being screened and other special events, Rome’s Downtown Arts District continues to develop and grow. more
A proposal to build a Stewart’s Shops gas station and convenience store in south Utica has become a contentious topic for the Utica Common Council. more
Mi Casa humbly takes its place on the outskirts of the Arts District, inspiring a spontaneous stop with its curb appeal and surprising neighbors. more
Sovena USA of Rome, one of the largest olive oil companies in the world, recently donated nearly 100 bottles of olive oil, and $10,000 total to local charities over the holidays. more
The village of Ilion, with the assistance of the Herkimer County Industrial Development Agency (HCIDA), has just received $2 million in Restore NY assistance to be used towards the Duofold site. more
The unemployment rate in the Utica-Rome MSA declined from 3.6% in November 2021 to 3% in November 2022, according to a report released Tuesday by the state Bureau of Labor Statistics. more
This year, First Source Federal Credit Union granted $5,000 to Arc Herkimer’s newest endeavor, the Copper Café. more
When something gets thrown in the trash, the public mind seldom thinks about where it will go. more
The College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) at SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Marcy will be returning to the University at Albany, following a vote by the SUNY Board of Trustees. more
Michael and Carol Manuele were presented certificates of recognition in a ceremony at the Rome Area Chamber of Chamber offices on Wednesday, Dec. 7. more
Mangia Macrina’s Wood Fired Pizza, 8636 Seneca Turnpike, was vandalized and set on fire over the weekend, according to its owners. more
It’s been a whirlwind of emotions in the village as one of its core businesses, Cazenovia College, announced it will be closing its doors after the spring semester. more
As part of its five-part consumer alert holiday series, the Department of State’s Division of Consumer Protection reminds shoppers of New York State laws that protect consumers. more
After 15 years on the harbor, Aqua Vino Restaurant and Banquets will be moving to a new location in January. more
VPorts, a Québec-based world leader in the design, construction, and operation of Advanced Air Mobility infrastructure, has created the first international electric AAM corridor. more
Olney’s Flowers, 2002 N. James St., was named Rome Area Chamber of Commerce’s Chamber Member of the Week. more
YMCA of the Greater Tri-Valley announced it has selected a developer for the future Rome YMCA — a 42,000-square-foot center. more
Oneida County is celebrating the $64 million Nexus Center’s grand opening. more
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