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Legislation to amend the city Zoning Code relating to the establishment and construction of solar arrays within the city, will now move forward to the city Planning Board. more
As the city’s parks system continues to receive multiple upgrades, Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri announced two new dog parks will be coming to T.R. Proctor Park and Cinderella Field. more
Matt Nimey Buick GMC has announced that it has acquired Lee Buick GMC Trucks. more
Local residents expressed frustration with an abandoned home in Lee Center that has sat empty for nearly five years and asked the town board for action. more
The Oneida Indian Nation held a groundbreaking celebration to mark the beginning of construction of its new community and cultural center. more
A proposal to build a Stewart’s Shops gas station and convenience store in south Utica has raised concerns with local residents. more
Officials say the Nexus Center will be a linchpin of the city’s new downtown — and, for the right price, a business could have its name up in lights, for all to see. more
The Oneida Indian Nation has announced plans for the largest expansion and financial reinvestment at Turning Stone Resort Casino in the last 20 years. more
The former Waterbury Felt Mill site is the focus of a revitalization plan, and officials are seeking the public’s input during the Oriskany Farmers Market. more
The Herkimer County Industrial Development Agency, in partnership with Bloom Utica, LLC, has announced that Home Depot will locate a distribution center at the Schuyler Business Park ... more
Sitting in his red chair just under a tree for shade, Gerald Griech on a mild afternoon watched traffic and the comings and goings along Main Street in Jamestown. more
In the Colorado ski town of Steamboat Springs, motels line the freeway, once filled with tourists eager to pitch down the slopes or bathe in the local hot springs. … more
Iconic buildings around Utica that once housed influential businesses and notable residents are beginning to find new life. more
Work continues on the North West Rome Water Expansion, with the city in Phase III of the construction project. more
City councilors unanimously supported legislation that moves renovations to the City Hall building on North Washington Street forward during Wednesday’s Common Council meeting. Resolution 95 … more
A third car wash may be coming to the former Zebb’s restaurant on Seneca Turnpike. more
As the Nexus Center’s fall opening approaches, construction teams are working quickly to finish before scheduled events begin in November.   more
It was a prompt and quick meeting of the Oneida Common Council on Tuesday. Of note, was an update to the building on Madison Street the city council deemed unsafe and ordered for demolition. … 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
The Westmoreland Joint Zoning Board of Appeals and Planning Board denied an application for a proposed solar project in the town that would have turned more than 140 acres of farmland … more
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