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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
Greg Sankey, widely recognized as one of the most influential leaders in sports, will address the graduating class of 2023 at Utica University’s Undergraduate Commencement. more
Mohawk Valley Community College has made new appointments, employee title changes and promotions. more
The Irish Cultural Center of the Mohawk Valley is hosting a family-friendly Halloween-themed paint and sip class. more
The Stanley Theatre will screen three major blockbuster films this fall. more
The Fall Country Folk Art Show and Artisan Market is back Oct. 14-16 at the New York State Fairgrounds. more
Woodland Farm Brewery, 6002 Trenton Road, will be hosting its seventh annual New York State Cask Ale Festival from 2 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15. more
The Broadway Theatre League of Utica presents “Buddy - The Buddy Holly Story” at 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 16, at the Stanley Theatre. more
On Wednesday, Oct. 5, Krystal and Chris Curley, from Utica, became the winners of the 25th annual Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals $100,000 Miracle Drawing. more
Utica University will hold its Fall Open House at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 15, in the Harold T. Clark Athletic Center, 1600 Burrstone Road.  more
Both candidates in New York State’s 119th Assembly District, Democrat incumbent Marianne Buttenschon and Republican challenger John Zielinski, have agreed to an hour-long debate. more
Here's a look at what is open and closed on Monday, Oct. 10. more
A Whitestown man was charged Friday with possessing a firearm after making threats against a person who had an active order of protection out against him. more
The Leatherstocking Council has seen a five-year rolling average of 64 new Eagle Scouts emerge from its membership each year. more
U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) made a stop in Utica on her tour across New York state to speak about the $1 billion in federal funding. more
The United States Postal Service will be hosting two job fairs in Rome and Utica on Oct. 13 and 14. more
The public is invited to join the Italian Heritage Club of the Mohawk Valley in celebrating Italian Heritage Month in October. more
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