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Former Utica City School District Payroll and Insurance Clerk Kim Devins says she was “shocked” to hear a recently surfaced recording of suspended Superintendent Bruce Karam. more
Significant changes are underway for Liberty Bell Park in downtown Utica. more
Before taking synthetic marijuana, area residents need to be warned that other, more dangerous drugs may be mixed in, according to the Utica Police Department. more
Since opening its doors in Utica more than five years ago, Mother Marianne’s Boutique and Salon has served the homeless, the working poor, families living in shelters, refugees, and other disenfranchised individuals. more
An expletive-laced recording of suspended Utica City School District Superintendent Bruce Karam was played Tuesday morning on Bill Keeler's morning show on the WIBX radio station. more
The Central New York Veterans Outreach Center will host an Earth Day Recycling Drive to support its homeless veteran programs on Saturday, April 22. more
SUNY Polytechnic Institute’s Wellness Center is partnering with the Central New York DDSO's Employee Assistance Program to sponsor a Spring Wellness Fair from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday. more
Film Utica has been working diligently to bring major productions to the Mohawk Valley. Utica and the Mohawk Valley are no strangers to being the backdrop of movies and television shows. more
According to Brooklyn Pickle’s Facebook page, the delay in pushing the grand opening another week was due to construction setbacks that were out of their control. more
A 49-year-old man was shot and killed at a residence on Warren Street in Utica Wednesday morning. more
Oneida County History Center announced the return of its 18th Annual Telethon presented by Bank of Utica. more
For the fourth time during the Palmieri administration, Utica’s credit rating has been upgraded and is now the highest rating the city has received since 1987. more
Amid a years-long battle over the property at 411 Columbia St. in Utica, Bowers Development has purchased the building.   more
From the smallest hummingbird eggs to massive ostrich eggs, the annual Eggstravaganza returned Saturday to the Utica Zoo in Utica to celebrate all eggs and the animals that lay them. more
Mohawk Valley Community College, New York State ConnectALL and the Mohawk Valley Regional Economic Development Council partnered to host a successful Internet and Digital Equity session. more
The Utica-New Hartford border has been infamously known as a dead zone for Verizon cellular service. more
Child killer David L. Trebilcock has been moved from a secure to a non-secure facility as part of his ongoing treatment with the New York State Office of Mental Health. more
The Utica Common Council issued a proclamation on Wednesday recognizing and honoring the heroic efforts of first responders, staff and spectators during a hockey game as they all came together. more
Students at Kernan Elementary School are assured they will still have healthy meals while on their spring break thanks to the outreach of their food pantry. more
Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr. highlighted the county’s progress throughout the past 225 years, and outlined a plan for future growth during the 2023 State of the County address. more
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