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Hermin Garic is making solid progress as he pushes to establish a higher profile in the wheelchair racing community.  more
The popular Boilermaker Road Race is ready to roll through the Utica streets this morning. more
When the Mohawk Valley Health System Expo kicked off at noon Friday, the grounds of Mohawk Valley Community College in Utica were already a sea of people showing up to claim their race bibs, uphold … more

The 1981 Rome Free Academy varsity football team, which was ranked No. 1 in New York state and coached by Hall of Famer Tom Hoke, is the 2020 recipient of the Rome Sports Hall of Fame’s Ellie Bruce … more
The Boilermaker Road Race is back in its full summer swing for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the city will be bursting with people ... more
More than 400 people registered for the Boilermaker Road Race in the final week of registration.  more
The Boilermaker 15K Road Race is getting closer to the standard style people have come to expect.  more
North Star All Star Cheerleading is in need of a new home, and Founder/Director Lorrie Wallis is doing what she can to keep her business “centrally located” in Rome. more
For the first time in nearly three years, Utica’s premier summer sports event is getting closer to it is usual status. more
As a part of their curriculum, Utica University sports management students will learn and gain experience in every aspect of running a professional sports facility, from ticketing to marketing and running tournaments. more
A new basketball mural featuring NBA and WNBA stars, such as Kobe Bryant and local star Brianna Kiesel, was painted near the basketball courts at Kemble Park in Utica. more
Daily Sentinel photographer John Clifford was recognized with his own brick during a ceremony on Wednesday, June 8 at Boilermaker Square at Butler Park in Utica. more
Boxing’s biggest celebration and tribute to its greatest names kicked off Thursday at the Turning Stone Resort Casino. more
The Rome Family YMCA and the City of Rome have joined forces in an effort to provide safe, supervised summer fun for the city’s youth, according to officials with both organizations. more
After a four year hiatus, the Boilermaker Walk will return for this year’s Boilermaker weekend. more
The New York State School for the Deaf celebrated its Softball Team Senior Night at its last home game  recently. more
They began with one boat and nearly four decades later, Hamilton College’s nationally-recognized varsity rowing program now has a place to call its own right at Bellamy Harbor Park in … more
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