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The local nonprofit program, Olmsted City of Greater Utica, has announced the launch of a campaign to restore Lily Pond in Utica’s historic Frederick T. Proctor Park. more
Kyle Tomcak was looking for a home for his in-laws in the suburbs around Denver, something priced close to $450,000. more
Officials held their final public information meeting presenting the 11 projects the Local Planning Committee recommends to receive a chunk of nearly $10 million awarded to the city in state funding. more

Back in the summer of 1998, Stephanie Miller and her boyfriend, Gary Pecore Jr., started selling plants and vegetables from an improvised roadside stand ... more
Gov. Kathy Hochul has announced $200 million in funding for two major downtown revitalization initiatives: NY Forward, a new program aimed at rejuvenating smaller and rural communities .... more
A plan for Comfort House, Inc., owner of Abraham House, 417 N. Washington St., to construct a parking lot and landscaped area between the lot and property line to eventually include a memorial … more
Oneida’s Local Planning Committee wrapped up its final meeting having settled on a list of projects they recommend for funding through the city’s Downtown Revitalization Initiative … more
City Zoning Board of Appeals members unanimously approved requests for use and area variances by Comfort House, Inc. more
When local officials celebrated the opening of Wolfspeed recently, marking the long-anticipated debut of the semiconductor manufacturer at the Marcy Nanocenter, National Grid leaders were on … more
Residents in Utica will soon be able to see more options for high-quality, affordable housing. more
The historic Olbiston Apartments broke ground on a $64 million restoration project after years of neglect and dilapidation. more
Projects are competing for a chunk of the $10 million in DRI funding provided by the state, which has the ultimate say in what projects can move forward. more
The Utica Harbor Point project is now ready to enter its next phase of development, said state and local officials, and will help usher in the transformation of the city. more
Mark Smith, long-time owner of the historic Don’s Rok establishment at 36 College St., looks forward to retirement.... more
Ground was officially broken for the renovation of the Colonial II housing complex off Cottage Street. more
Facing a critical need to fill casino and hotel jobs, the Oneida Indian Nation said Monday it will make 50 new apartments in central New York available for its hourly workers. more
With a history spanning more than 80 years, McConnellsville Country Club is looking to start a new chapter while staying true to its legacy. more
In a Thursday housing forum hosted by the Chamber Alliance of the Mohawk Valley at Harts Hill Inn in Whitesboro, housing challenges and data collection efforts highlighted the discussion as well as … more
UTICA — After a week of rumors circulating, Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri confirmed that Brooklyn Pickle will be opening a store in downtown Utica. Brooklyn Pickle is a well known staple in the … more
At the Uptown Theatre for Creative Arts, Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri and city officials outlined progress of several Utica Prosperity Initiative projects and the future of Utica. The Utica … more
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