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Lighting behind West Dominick Street businesses, conditions at the Erie Canal Village and updates on other city issues was requested by former mayoral candidate David Halpin during last … 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
WHITESTOWN — With a deadline now passed for Whitestown residents to choose to opt into participating in a flood buyout program through the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), officials … more
In a Thursday move, the Biden Administration — through the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency — announced $254.5 million in Brownfields Grants to 265 communities, including 12 grants totaling … more
WHITESTOWN — The Town of Whitestown is reminding all applicants to the Natural Resources Conservation Service Floodplain Easement Program (Buyout Program) to respond to NRCS’ “Letter of … more
ROME — A Rome Area Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours event will take place at the Delta Lake Bible Conference Center, 6420 Pillmore Drive, from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 19. The entrance … 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
UTICA — Work on the Nexus Center continues to “chug along” with an expected completion date in the fall of this year, said Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr., this week. Picente … more
UTICA — The city of Utica is seeking input from the public on current and future housing needs through an online open house hosted at As part of the Utica Prosperity … more
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Department of Housing and Urban Development is doubling the size of its eviction protection program, designed to fund legal assistance for tenants seeking to stay in their … more
ROME — An area variance for an in-ground pool and patio on Walnut Street was approved, while a variance request for a minor vehicle repair shop on Brown Road was tabled at Wednesday’s city Zoning … more
ROME — A request for a two-lot minor subdivision of landlocked property on Wuethrich Road was unanimously approved, while requests by Verizon Wireless to construct a 120-foot wireless … more
WASHINGTON (AP) — The older you are, the less you fret about aging in your own home or community. That’s a key insight from a new Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll, … more
HAMILTON — The stories of life at 37 Lebanon Street date back decades, often revolving around togetherness and community. Now, a new chapter is about to begin as local business owners and Colgate … more
ROCHESTER — The city of Rochester is moving forward on an effort to improve neighborhoods with an initiative aimed at building 100 new homes on vacant lots. Buy the Block — Greenlining for a … more
UTICA — With big plans for Utica’s U-District and Bagg’s Square, business owners in the area offered their thoughts and visions for the future. Earlier this month, Oneida County Executive … more
BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — UC Berkeley sophomore Terrell Thompson slept in his car for nearly two weeks at the start of the school year last fall, living out of a suitcase stashed in the trunk and … more
SIDNEY — The Sidney Federal Credit Union has expanded its field of membership to four more counties. In addition to its previous field, membership with the Sidney Federal Credit Union is now … more
GLOVERSVILLE — Assemblyman Robert Smullen, R-118, Gloversville, is calling for large-scale changes to the state’s property and income taxes as well as government spending, following the passage … more
ALBANY (AP) — New York could allow for the automatic sealing of some criminal records, make it harder to evict tenants and ban gas and oil hook-ups in new buildings under bills that advocacy groups … more
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