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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
Coldwell Banker Faith Properties has opened its fourth office ... more
During the public comment portion of Wednesday’s Common Council meeting, Anne Sullivan, who resides at the corner of Cottage Street and Floyd Avenue, complained about traffic created ... 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
If you have been involved in the home buying or selling process either before, during or after the pandemic, I’ll wager that you have sent a few prayers to a higher being ... more
Recently, crews with the town of Verona Highway Department clear land to pave the way for a $4 million road extension near the New York State Thruway Exit 33 entrance.  more
Scraps of a homeless encampment lay near the West Branch of the Tioughnioga River in Cortland. 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
A 146 acre solar farm project will be discussed ... more
As construction continues on the Wynn Hospital in downtown Utica, the fate of the other area hospitals still remain unknown. more
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced that the Utica Housing Authority will receive $71,993 out of a $1.4 million allocation of Mainstream Vouchers, tenant-based … more
Higher mortgage rates have sent home sales tumbling. Credit card rates have grown more burdensome, and so have auto loans. more
Having once been accused of mortgage fraud reaching upward of $500 million, prominent regional developer Robert “Bob” Morgan was sentenced Friday to no jail time and no federal parole. He was … more
DePaul’s DeWitt Clinton Apartments on Ann Street held a recent barbecue for residents to help kick off the summer. more
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
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