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HUNT Real Estate ERA has expanded its presence in Central New York by acquiring Flagstone Real Estate, a locally-owned real estate firm at 8490 Turin Road, the company has announced. more
Calling all landlords! The City of Utica, in partnership with community resource partners, brings a one-stop-shop landlord resource event to Utica City Hall, 1 Kennedy Plaza. 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
Lewis County has launched Round 2 of the Facade and Streetscape Improvement Program, an initiative that incentivizes property owners, business owners and municipalities to perform facade … more
Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-21, Schuylerville, announced the village of Dolgeville will receive $1,907,561 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to restore … 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
For the first time, the Villages of Cazenovia, Morrisville, and Hamilton are jointly applying for the 2022 NYS Downtown Revitalization Initiative award. 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
The State Education Department awarded more than $7 million in grants authorized by the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Act, with Utica City Schools receiving a three-year award. more
A third car wash may be coming to the former Zebb’s restaurant on Seneca Turnpike. more
New York Attorney General Letitia James announced she has secured $4 million from a group of 29 New York City landlords after uncovering an illegal kickback scheme ... more
A move to pave the way for future developments at Indium Corporation, an electronics material manufacturer, was made during a Friday meeting of the Oneida County Industrial Development … 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
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