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Central New York could potentially become the home of a new basketball hall of fame. more
Construction continues for the new Stewart’s Shop at 2634 Genesee Street. more
The City of Rome has received $1.5 million from New York Governor Kathy Hochul to tear down the former Columbus School on Columbus Avenue. more

Additional investments have been allocated to Utica’s Harbor Point, where city officials say the destination is now another step closer to reality. more
Naturally Lewis, in partnership with Lewis County, created the Vacant Property Revitalization Program to target vacant and potentially unsafe or blighted properties within … more
The city of Rome will host three consecutive information sessions to gather public comment on three ongoing projects within the Department of Community and Economic Development. more
At their meeting on Tuesday, the Rome Planning Board approved the final plat review for the upcoming 207 housing lots in the Woodhaven Redevelopment District. more
Mayor Izzo announced her recommendations to the Daily Sentinel and has passed them along to the city’s Common Council this week for potential resolutions. more
Payments by mail must be postmarked by May 1 or dropped in the night depository. more
The Ava Town Board, at its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, April 11, denied a motion for an open development permit for Restore Forward, for the construction of a campsite and retreat center. more
With two campuses, a state-of-the-art equestrian center, and 500,000 square feet of buildings over 271 acres, Cazenovia College is on the market and accepting offers. more
Keep Mohawk Valley Beautiful (KMVB), an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, will be hosting a pair of local kick-off events. more
For the fourth time during the Palmieri administration, Utica’s credit rating has been upgraded and is now the highest rating the city has received since 1987. more
Amid a years-long battle over the property at 411 Columbia St. in Utica, Bowers Development has purchased the building.   more
The bridge, which was shut down in May 2022, is expected to see construction of the new span completed by later this spring. more
April is National Safe Digging Month and UDig NY has important information for anyone planning a digging project in Upstate New York. more
The Rome Zoning Board of Appeals approved a request from a Bartlett Road resident in the outer district to building a new, bigger storage shed to replace an old, rotting one. more
A New Homebuyer Workshop will be held at Jervis Public Library on Wednesday, April 12, hosted by First Source Federal Credit Union, according to library officials. more
The Rome Historical Society has filed a lawsuit against the owner of the former Erie Canal Village seeking to demolish a dilapidated structure on the property and to remove all restrictions to the land owned by RHS, among other demands. more
Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr. highlighted the county’s progress throughout the past 225 years, and outlined a plan for future growth during the 2023 State of the County address. more
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