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More than a hundred cornholers and spectators were at the March Regional Tournament for the American Cornhole League at the Nexus Center in Utica on Saturday, competing for ranks in the national leader boards. more
From the eclectic decor to the overall welcoming atmosphere, Tramontane Cafe provides their customers with more than what a typical coffeehouse does. more
Woodland Farm Brewery owner/brewer Keith Redhead says renovating the historic Hulbert House taproom in Boonville was the business’ major accomplishment of 2022. more
Utica Mayoral candidate Robert Cardillo praised the city of Utica’s and Hamilton College’s study concerning the growing homeless problem in Utica. more
Mutual respect in creating a new contract ultimately benefits all Utica City School District students, Utica Teachers’ Association President Scott Rogowski has said. more
New Hartford is seeing an influx of new and expanding businesses, marking a promising start to 2023. more
The Hamilton College Department of Music presents concerts by the Hamilton College Orchestra and Hamilton College Choir on Sunday, March 5. more
March 1 marks Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Independence Day, a day that recognizes the country’s independence from the former nation of Yugoslavia 31 years ago. more
Due to the anticipated forecast of snow tonight, the City of Utica is being proactive and declaring a Snow Emergency that will go into effect at 10 p.m. more
To put a friendlier face on mental health treatment in the City of Utica, the Neighborhood Center and the Utica Police Department have spent the past two years collaborating on an in-person, dispatched partnership. more
The Central New York Conservancy announces a free lecture series “Get Ready for Spring with Master Gardener Mike Mahanna.” more
The Utica City School District Board of Education saluted two sports teams and an individual star athlete Tuesday at their regular monthly meeting. more
A charge of manslaughter has been upgraded to murder in Oneida County Court for a Utica man accused of killing another man on his porch on Eagle Street, according to court officials. more
Mohawk Valley Community College will host a regional FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics Qualifying Tournament Sunday, March 5. more
Mohawk Valley Community College in Utica NY has a faculty that knows not only the students' names but their stories as well, complimented State University of New York Chancellor John B. King, Jr. more
Three people are facing multiple felony possession charges after large quantities of methamphetamine and heroin were seized in an early morning Utica traffic stop. more
A Utica police officer was sent to the hospital with bruises and swelling to his head after he was attacked by a 28-year-old man during an attempted traffic stop. more
The Mohawk Valley Hometown Heroes banner program honors the area’s veterans, both living or deceased, as well as active military members and originated locally in Boonville in 2018. more
The City of Utica Democratic Committee has endorsed the following candidates for the 2023 election. more
Officials from the Mohawk Valley shared updates on projects and initiatives that are changing the area. more
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