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A free virtual job fair will take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 26. Businesses and job seekers from across an 11-county region. more
The Ray brothers are donning the color pink yet again in support of the fight against breast cancer. more
The Steet Ponte Autogroup is hosting its fifth annual Coats for Kids coat drive to benefit children in local elementary schools.  more
Quanterion Solutions, headquartered at 811 Court St., was recently awarded an Air Force Small Business Innovation Research Contract effort. more
Work continues this week on the construction of a new entrance building at the Utica Zoo. more
On the heels of a historic $100 billion investment by Micron in the Syracuse suburb of Clay, U.S. Sen. Charles E. “Chuck” Schumer is doubling down and launching a new push. more
The Business Council of New York State’s Political Action Committee released the following 2022 endorsements for New York State legislature and two state-wide offices. more
State Sen. Joseph A. Griffo, R-47, Rome, presented New York State Senate Commendations to Don and Al Carbone and recognized Enessa Carbone as a 2022 New York State Senate Women of Distinction. more
Although the “seasonal” crowd has cleared out and flown south for the winter, Johnnie’s Pier 31 Restaurant in Canastota is still serving seafood, steak and pasta this fall. more
Cully Patch, Quanterion Solutions’ senior program manager for cybersecurity and intelligence, will be a panelist at the New York State Innovation Summit taking place in Buffalo. more
Community Band recently donated $7,500 to HomeOwnershipCenter to help support the homeownership education services and resources it provides. more
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has issued Assured Information Security, headquartered in Rome on the Griffiss Business and Technology Park, an additional new patent in 2022. more
Herkimer County Community College has appointed Julie Whittaker, a member of the college’s Class of 1989, of Herkimer, to the position of staff accountant/payroll. more
When I was a few years younger, I used to derive enjoyment from running long distances. The enjoyment was not in the act itself; often that was fairly miserable to be honest. more
With a state gasoline and diesel fuel tax “holiday” slated to expire Jan. 1, several lawmakers are proposing it be extended. more
Robert Hilton, of the law firm Hilton Estate & Elder Law, has announced John Maine has joined the practice. more
The revised entryway, ticket booth and facade at the Stanley Theatre, 259 Genesee St., which was unveiled last week, has drawn rave reviews. more
Excellus BlueCross BlueShield has announced the first round of recipients of Member and Community Health Improvement grants. more
NEW HARTFORD Gilroy Kernan & Gilroy Inc., 210 Clinton Road, has announced an expansion of its professional team with Elizabeth Whalen joining the company as a client manager in the firm’s … more
A crisp, autumn day was exactly what the brewer ordered for the seventh annual Cask Ale Fest, held at the Woodland Farm Brewery on Trenton Road, just north of Utica, on Saturday.  more
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