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Players of Utica, 1108 State St., continues its 108th season of outstanding local theatre Oct. 21-30 with the play “Kodachrome.” more
Author and paranormal investigator Dennis Webster and the Ghost Seekers of Central New York will explore the Haunted Mohawk Valley at 2 p.m . on Saturday, Oct. 22. more
UTICA The Jewish Community Center, 2310 Oneida St., will host The Glory of Love concert featuring popular song stylist Joanne Yacovella from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22. She will be joined by Bob … more
The hit Broadway musical “Elf” will be coming to The Stanley Theatre in Utica. Tickets are on sale now for performances at 7 p.m. on Nov. 16 and 17. more
Making Strides of Utica, presented by Upstate Cancer Center, is returning to rally supporters in the fight against breast cancer. more
AAA Northeast will hold a free car care clinic in Utica on Thursday, Oct. 20.  The clinic is free and open to both AAA members and non-members. more
White Cane Safety Day is nationally recognized on Oct. 15. more
A survivor of two strokes, Brian Ure is raising awareness about stroke in an effort to save lives though his recognition of World Stroke Day on Saturday, Oct. 29. more
Excellus BlueCross BlueShield will offer a Medicare Advantage plan in 2023 targeting the needs of local veterans. more
For those with disabilities, a job can turn into more than just a paycheck. more
A new partnership will not only educate the teachers of the future but also promises to help improve the lives of many of those students and their families as well. more
Members of the Oneida County BOCES Teachers Association and their supporters picketed outside the Middle Settlement Academy meeting place of the BOCES Cooperative Board Wednesday. more
Proctor High School football will return to host night football games on Friday and the Utica Police Department wants to update the public on new security features at the school. more
A man wanted for first-degree murder in New York City was picked up following a reported robbery in Utica Wednesday evening. more
Thieves have been hitting parked, unlocked cars in the north Utica area over the past week. more
A World Stoke Day awareness and fundraising event will take place from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 29. more
One man was hospitalized with severe burns following a fire at the Algonquin Apartments on Genesee Street. more
A 16-week stretch of falling gas prices has come to an end with the average price in New York increasing 5 cents from last week, rising to an average price of $3.64  per gallon. more
A 25-year-old woman is accused of having a loaded ghost gun (an unserialized, homemade firearm) in Utica Tuesday evening, according to the Utica Police Department. more
“We’re all rock stars,” ICAN Clinical Care Coordinator Amanda Cruikshank told a group of ninth graders Tuesday as she taught them aspects of drumming, yoga and meditation. more
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