1205 results total, viewing 521 - 540
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
Bank of Utica, along with Utica’s public safety departments and city officials, will once again host a New Year’s Eve celebration in downtown Utica. more
Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute has announced the appointment of Stephen Harrison as director of the Museum of Art and chief curator. more
A Utica man is accused of threatening to blow up the Oneida County Office Building and shoot the people inside, according to the Oneida County Sheriff's Office. more
Plans for an $18.5 million project to restore and convert multiple buildings in the city’s downtown area for mixed use have been announced. more
A new barbecue establishment is bringing the heat to Utica. Utica BBQ, located at 244 Roosevelt Drive, in the former Boneyard BBQ building, celebrated its grand opening last Friday. more
The Utica City School District Board of Education welcomed the Christopher Columbus Elementary School Student Council, the Proctor High School boys varsity soccer team and Proctor swim team diving record breaker Deandre Frazier to speak at its Tuesday meeting. more
Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri, along with Fourth District Councilor Frank Meola, has announced the installation of several new smart speed tracking devices in an effort to improve safety. more
Following an Oct. 31 knife assault at Proctor High School, Utica City School District Acting Superintendent Brian Nolan stressed at Tuesday’s Board of Education meeting that the safety and security of students, teachers and staff is top priority. more
Local author Angela U. Carter will host a book signing for her work “Letters to Ma Mama: All the Things I Never Said.” more
Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-119, Marcy, is partnering with the Utica Comets and the Utica City Football Club to help bring warmth to children and individuals in need this winter. more
An electrical fire in the basement of the Europa restaurant in Utica was quickly doused Sunday afternoon, according to the Utica Fire Department. more
A Utica man is accused of forcing his ex-girlfriend to drive him to Syracuse at gunpoint, according to the Utica Police Department. more
Reconstruction of the wall that hosts the iconic “Sunburst” wall mural that greets passers-by at Liberty Bell Park in downtown Utica has begun. more
Mohawk Valley Community College is joining a partnership to provide free training to transitioning service members, National Guard, Army Reserves and their families for careers. more
A Rome woman was charged with assault for striking another woman in the head with a baseball bat during an incident that occurred last month on Steuben Street. more
A man was charged Thursday with slashing a victim with a knife during an argument that occurred in the 900 block of Third Ave. more
Utica Police continue to look for three suspects in a shooting involving two victims that occurred early Saturday on Bleecker Street. more
The Public House Pop-up, a holiday makers' market for local businesses, kicks off the holiday shopping season Friday and Saturday, Nov. 18-19 at the Irish Cultural Center of the Mohawk Valley. more
Participants will create a holiday-themed painting during the Historical Sip and Paint from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19, in The Oneida County History Center exhibit gallery. more
« Prev | 1 24 | 25 | 26 | 27 | 28 | 29 | 30 61 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 182 days.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.