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The second day of testimony in the murder trial of Matthew Westcott was temporarily put on pause on Tuesday when a juror suffered a fainting spell. more
Santa Claus, Mayor Robert Palmieri and his family invite area families to join them to celebrate the season from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8, at Utica City Hall, 1 Kennedy Plaza. more
After 15 years on the harbor, Aqua Vino Restaurant and Banquets will be moving to a new location in January. more
Was the shooting of James Westcott a "crime of anger, a crime of rage," as the prosecution is arguing? more
Mannheim Steamroller, a favorite holiday music tradition, will be returning at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 7 at the Stanley Center for the Arts. more
Panels from the AIDS Memorial Quilt were on display at Mohawk Valley Community College to commemorate World AIDS Day. more
Attempted murder and assault charges have been dropped against one of the Taberg brothers accused in the death of a third brother after he pleaded guilty this week to lying to law enforcement. more
In the first few days using the new weapons detection system at Proctor High School, students and staff have already shaved some 15 minutes of time off the process. more
The Center, a local organization dedicated to assisting and resettling refugees, has been on the forefront of aiding displaced Ukrainians since the start of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. more
The murder trial for Matthew E. Westcott is scheduled to begin next week with a new wrinkle: his brother and former co-defendant has seemingly agreed to testify against him. more
Local families who are struggling financially were provided an opportunity to purchase gifts for the holiday season on Black Friday at 80% off the retail price. more
New York State school districts that do not commit to removing any Native American mascots and imagery by the end of the 2022-23 school year may be in violation of the Dignity Act. more
The Ziyara Shriner’s Utica FEZtival of Trees is located in the Dick’s Sporting Goods section of Sangertown Square in New Hartford. more
The New York State Department of Transportation Utica Regional Office advised motorists that part of Auditorium Drive is now restricted to northbound traffic. more
The investigation remains ongoing into why a 20-year-old man shot and killed a 24-year-old man on Utica's west side Sunday, according to the Utica Police Department. more
The annual Bright Nights series returns from 5-7 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from Friday, Nov. 25 through Sunday, Dec. 18, at the Utica Zoo, 1 Utica Zoo Way. more
There will be more cooking, more comedy and more music - plus spectacles he was never allowed to do on TV - as Food Network and Netflix star and cookbook author Alton Brown brings his specially … more
The holidays came to Utica a little early as Christmas on Main Street returned after a two-year hiatus. more
New Forest Cemetery, which previously suffered through neglect and dilapidated conditions, held an open house on Saturday, Nov. 19 to showcase the improved conditions under the new volunteer board. more
One of the most notable establishments in Utica is now up for sale. Tiny’s Grill, 1014 State St., has been a staple for the city for over 90 years, serving food and drinks and providing jazz. more
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