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Nearly a century ago, toiling tirelessly in the garage of his Utica family home, chemical engineer William S. Murray sought to uncover the physical and chemical properties of indium. more
The Mohawk Valley Health System will host an in-person hiring event from 2 to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 28, at the Wynn Hospital Construction Offices, second floor, 201 Lafayette St. more
It has been almost a decade since Pastors Matt and Leticia “Tish” Zehr purchased the Constableville Elementary School. more
The YMCA of the Greater Tri-Valley recently recognized long-time board member Karim Madmoune, of Rome, with its Red Triangle Award. more
U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-NY, visited the Innovare Advancement Center at Griffiss Business and Technology Park Friday to announce $3 million in federal funding for Griffiss Institute. Video in story. more
Preservation was on the mind of developer Joe Gehm when he and his partners acquired two historic properties in the city of Utica. more
Researchers at the Masonic Medical Research Institute are getting closer to making a future where a single injection of a drug can target a specific cell type, tissue or organ. more
A request to install an electronic sign at the new Big Jay’s Pizza at 421 N. James St. was narrowly approved by the Zoning Board of Appeals during its monthly meeting. more
After decades of strikes, spares and gutter balls, the fate of the AMF Pin-O-Rama Lanes is now unknown. more
Oneida Nation Enterprises has announced plans for its fourth Maple Leaf Market store, which will be located at the intersection of Route 365 and Route 31 in Verona. more
The Mohawk Valley Health System will host an in-person hiring event. more
The newly opened Aqua Vino Restaurant and Bar was filled with laughter and chatter as members of the community gathered for the restaurant’s grand opening on Monday. more
The Stewart’s Shops saga has come to a frantic close as the Utica Planning Board approved the company’s plans to build a gas station and convenience store in south Utica. more
After 50 years of service, William “Bill” K. Guglielmo has retired as president of the Rome Area Chamber of Commerce. more
It once went by a different name, but today a popular Rome restaurant still known for its speciality submarine sandwiches and chicken wings, Cianfrocco’s Subs, Wings & Pizza. more
A grocery store that features thousands of products made entirely of discarded plastic opens to the public on Tuesday. more
Village Planning Board members voted Tuesday to apply for a $2 million Restore NY grant to help demolish and restore portions of the historic Waterbury Felt Mill. more
The Oneida County Board of Legislators approved funding for the Board of Elections to purchase new voting machines. more
A longtime staple of the community that’s been around for 25 years, Wagner Farms will discontinue its farming operations and change directions in 2023. more
Seven years ago, on Sunday, Jan. 10, 2016, Lucky survived a fire that destroyed the Stampede Steakhouse and Saloon. more
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