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The Mohawk Valley Junior Frontiers and more than 50 community leaders in the Mohawk Valley Frontiers Alumni Impact Collective recently held a pair of major events. more
Empowered Pathways is offering a free Basic Mediation training to applicants interested in making a two-year volunteer commitment after completing an apprenticeship. more
A Utica man being held in the county jail for robbery and assault is now also accused of attacking a corrections officer, according to the Oneida County Sheriff's Office. more
Still more big improvements are in store for Utica’s historic Frederick T. Proctor Park this summer and fall. more
Utica University and the Raymond Simon Institute for Public Relations and Journalism are teaming up to share the experience and knowledge of professionals in the communications field. more
On March 11, 2021, the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) was signed into law, providing the country with financial relief to address the economic problems brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. more
ICAN announced the receipt of an Excellus BCBS Health Equity Award to support Evelyn’s House — ICAN’s joint transitional and rapid rehousing program for homeless women, aged 16-24. more
A Utica man is facing multiple counts of drug possession after he was found with a felony amount of crack cocaine, while being picked up on a warrant for a previous drug charge. more
Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri announced that the city is going to light up downtown with color changing “UTICA” letters. more
The fire on Mandeville Street in Utica Sunday evening has been ruled accidental, while the exact cause remains under investigation, according to the Utica Fire Department. more
Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr. has announced that all Oneida County government facilities will be closing to the public at 3 p.m. today due to inclement weather. more
The Greater Utica Chamber of Commerce Businessperson of the Year award, presented by Staffworks, is given annually to an individual who has shown exemplary service to the Chamber. more
A Utica man was charged with threatening a household with a shotgun on Elm Street Monday afternoon, according to the Utica Police Department. more
A Utica man charged in a December homicide in the city rejected a plea offer in Oneida County Court on Tuesday. more
The John E. Creedon Police Benevolent Association, which represents members of the Utica Police Department, has endorsed Todd Carville in his run for Oneida County District Attorney. more
Utica Mayoral candidate Robert Cardillo announced a plan to help combat poverty in Utica.  more
The names of four individual Utica City School District Board of Education members were dropped Friday in Oneida County Court from a lawsuit brought against them by Superintendent Bruce Karam. more
Broadway Utica is hosting its first ever pop-up shop. The shop will be filled with a variety of show banners, signed show posters, playbills, CD’s and more. more
The Oneida County Board of Legislators authorized bond resolutions totaling over $17 million for projects and improvements to county facilities.  more
Due to the forecast of snow and high winds tonight, the City of Utica is being proactive and declaring a Snow Emergency. more
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