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A Utica teenager was found with a loaded handgun following a shots fired investigation in the Cornhill district Monday afternoon, according to the Utica Police Department. more
"The state of our city is strong, and the future is brighter than ever," according to Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri, as he delivered his final city address as mayor.  more
Back in July 2022, Broadway Theatre League of Utica was awarded a local initiative grant for their Students on Broadway Program. more
The focus is all about the egg, and the animals who lay them, as the annual Eggstravaganza returns from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 8 at the Utica Zoo, 1 Utica Zoo Way. more
Utica University held its 44th annual Regional Science Fair on Saturday, April 1, bringing together some of the brightest students from the Mohawk Valley. more
While the worst of what winter brings to the region seems to be over, the annual scourge of spring driving — potholes — are often left behind, becoming more prevalent on city streets. more
Representatives from the Central Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired made a road trip of their own to Dr. King Elementary School. Check out the video in the article. more
National Grid has committed $75,000 to ICAN’s Family Resource Center through their Project C Neighborhood Investment Program grant. more
The sound of car horns and cheers of support echoed throughout the streets of Utica as a rally for transgender rights took place on Friday, March 31, aligning with the International Transgender Day of Visibility. more
A Utica man accused of killing his neighbor on Eagle Street will undergo a competency examination to determine if his case can proceed in Oneida County Court. more
Work to replace bridge joints and make other repairs to four structures that carry traffic along Routes 5, 8 and 12 over French Road and the New York Susquehanna and Western Railway is getting under way. more
Rome Free Academy in Rome and Proctor High School in Utica were among multiple schools across the state that were targeted by fake active shooter calls Thursday morning. more
Utica City School District Board of Education President Joseph Hobika Jr. says he has “no choice but to run for re-election.”  more
A new type of police patrol will be putting pedal to the pavement in the City of Utica soon, because city officials unveiled their new electronic bicycles on Wednesday. See a video in the article. more
Three Utica men involved in a shooting incident in Saratoga Springs in November have been charged with attempted assault, according to the Saratoga Springs Police Department. more
Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute, the 104-year-old arts organization in Utica, has rebranded to clarify their identity and shared their vision for the future of the arts campus. more
Chancellor Park will undergo significant renovations, as city officials continue to focus on improvements to Utica’s park system. more
Four days of events and exhibitions are on tap for Spring Weekend from March 30 to April 2 at Munson-Williams, 310 Genesee St. more
The goal of Friday’s STEM Fest at Mohawk Valley Community College was to get area students to “think of themselves as science people,” MVCC Dean of the School of STEM-Transfer Jake Mihevc said. more
There is much more to becoming a member of the local school district’s board of education than simply sitting in on a meeting or two a month, said a Madison-Oneida BOCES Board of Education member. more
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