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As the Nexus Center’s fall opening approaches, construction teams are working quickly to finish before scheduled events begin in November.   more
It may have been a little gloomy on Wednesday, but that didn’t put a damper on Kris-Tech’s Hungry for Education event at the copper wire manufacturer’s Rome headquarters. more
ANDRO Computational Solutions, located at the Beeches Business Park and in its 28th year of operation, was awarded $2,971,854 in additional research and development funding ... more
The parking lot was packed. It is often at Killabrew Saloon, where 5 and 12B make a point in New Hartford. It’s not a trendy spot, it’s been a local mainstay for over 40 years. more
Nationally, every nine minutes an underground utility line is damaged because someone did not contact 811 before digging, National Grid said in an announcement. more
Magical finds and boho vibes, organizers of Freya Fest promise to bring intuitive readers, artisans, and holistic services together in celebration of all things magical. more
As Utica continues to grow, so does the need for amenities throughout the city. more
Selfie City CNY is a self-service photography studio, otherwise known as a “selfie museum.” more
U.S. demand for grocery delivery is cooling as prices for food and other necessities rise. Some are shifting to pickup — a less expensive alternative ... more
During the Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate STEM Outreach Program’s Drone Camp in the hangar at Innovare Advancement Center in Rome, campers competed against each other ... more
The Federal Aviation Administration has awarded a task order contract to the New York UAS Test Site for the next uncrewed aircraft systems integration project ... more
With gas and food prices continuing to rise, as well as costs associated with running and maintaining a household, representatives of the area’s Connected Community Schools initiative said … more
Millennials have been coined the “job-hopping generation,” and I’ve contributed to that stereotype. I started my career at 22 and have job-hopped almost every year since. For many of those … more
Unemployment in the Utica-Rome area declined from 5.6% in June 2021 to 3.5% in June 2022. The unemployment rate rose from 3.3 percent in May. Change in Non-farm Jobs since June 2022 For the 12-month … more
Tops Friendly Markets has expanded its contactless options to its customers in 13 new store communities, including the Tops Market at 261 Utica Blvd. more
After the Thursday passage in the House of Representatives of a $280 billion package geared to boost the semiconductor industry and scientific research by creating more high-tech jobs in the United … more
Drivers of electric vehicles will have a new tool to locate charging stations in Oneida County ... more
Having once been accused of mortgage fraud reaching upward of $500 million, prominent regional developer Robert “Bob” Morgan was sentenced Friday to no jail time and no federal parole. He was … more
After 114 years of serving the local community and a recent maelstrom of events, the iconic Savoy Restaurant, which closed its doors last year ... more
The price of diesel fuel has skyrocketed in recent months — much more even than regular gasoline — especially after Russia invaded Ukraine in February. more
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