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It appeared to be a regular, quiet Thursday evening on Rome’s West Dominick Street. The Capitol Theater’s marquee cast a welcoming glow. more
Meyda Lighting, 55 Oriskany Blvd., will host the Greater Utica Chamber of Commerce’s upcoming Business After Hours event from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 17. more
The New York State Caregiving and Respite Coalition (NYSCRC) managed by Lifespan of Greater Rochester Inc., has announced a workforce initiative for older adults. more
First Source Federal Credit Union will be a Stuff the Bus drop-off location Monday, Nov. 14, through Friday, Nov. 18. more
The City of Utica has installed automated pay stations at the entrances at four of its downtown parking areas. more
Christopher Community, Inc. has announced the appointment of Andrea Wheeler as Regional Property Manager. more
Singer, recording artist and Beatlemania Broadway legend Tony Kishman performed at the Capitol Theatre for a benefit concert that raised close to $50,000 for the Project Fibonacci Foundation. more
Giotto Enterprises, in conjunction with First Choice Staffing, will host an On-the-Spot Hiring Event, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 17, at 161 Clear Road. more
With Halloween behind us and Thanksgiving on deck, let’s take a slightly different approach to this column. more
The Kelberman Center, which began with the vision of founder and Board of Director’s President Dr. Michael Kelberman more than 15 years ago. more
The town of Dryden will launch a municipal broadband service next week, becoming the first municipality in New York to serve customers with its own high-speed internet service. more
The Greater Utica Chamber of Commerce has selected the finalists for the organization’s 2022 Business of the Year Awards. more
The General Electric Research facility in Niskayuna is set to receive $6.4 million in federal funding to develop cutting edge nuclear fuel reprocessing technology. GE Research is one of 12 … more
DCL Management Corp, tenant of 2 Freedom Mall, was approved by the city Zoning Board of Appeals during its regular meeting Wednesday for a 30-foot wide by 7-foot high Five Below. more
The local human services organization ICAN announced Friday that it has purchased the former Rising Stars sports complex on Route 233 and will open it as the Elevate CNY Sports Complex. more
The William Mattar law offices has kicked off its annual Rescue a Shelter Animal campaign, which seeks to raise awareness and support for area shelters and the animals they serve. more
On Friday, staff at the Utica Observer-Dispatch and Herkimer Times Telegram rallied outside the Observer-Dispatch office at 70 Genesee St. more
Preparations are under way for the annual Wreaths Across America program in which memorial wreaths will be placed on graves of U.S. military veterans in over 3,200 cemeteries including the Rome area. more
The Center, which helps assist refugees to the Utica area, has been awarded $50,000 from the M&T Bank/Partners Trust Bank Charitable Fund of the Community Foundation. more
Cannabis wholesaler Cresco Labs — which bills itself as the “No. 1 U.S. wholesaler of branded cannabis” — broke ground Thursday inside an existing 50,000-square-foot warehouse. more
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