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The Oneida County Board of Legislators authorized bond resolutions totaling over $17 million for projects and improvements to county facilities.  more
Upwards of 15 people fled a house fire — including three who had to be rescued off the front of the home — on Mandeville Street in Utica Sunday evening. more
Arise & Go, an exciting Celtic music trio featuring Utica native Michael Roddy, will perform an evening of Irish, Scots and Canadian Maritime music. more
The Utica Zoo is where seniors Andrew Dischiavo and Brady Murphy have spent their mornings Monday through Thursday the last few weeks while participating in the New Visions program. more
No blarney needed — despite the wet snow and cold temperatures, happy leprechauns galore came out to make their way down Genesee Street during Utica's annual St. Patrick's Day Parade. more
With the emergency allotments from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) at an end, local food pantries are expecting to see an influx of people utilizing their services. more
MVILR is a non-profit organization that offers educational programming for local seniors to help them “learn, live, grow, move, think, socialize and create.” more
Valley View, Utica’s iconic catering venue, is now back in the hands of the city after Daniele’s lease has expired. more
The green center line is painted along Genesee Street for today’s parade. more
Mohawk Valley Garden Corporation is planning to build a mixed-use complex in Utica’s Bagg’s Square district. more
A 15-year-old girl has been reported missing from Utica and is possibly in the Syracuse area, according to the Utica Police Department. more
The Greater Utica Chamber of Commerce and the Sentinel Media Company, publisher of the Daily Sentinel, have announced a partnership in creating the 2023 Meet the Candidates for Mayor Series. more
Beit Shalom, the synagogue in the heart of Utica’s downtown area, has filed a lawsuit against the city, claiming a violation of the right to conduct religious services. more
Bill Worden, the beloved former anchor for WKTV and the face of local journalism for more than 35 years, has passed away at the age of 80. more
The Utica Democratic Committee’s endorsement of Mirela Pekmez for first district councilor has raised questions and concerns from incumbent Katie Aiello. more
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Hayley Mielnicki said she feels like “the head lunch lady” as she plans the breakfast and lunch menus for 16 area school districts. more
A Utica man is accused of participating in a drive-by shooting on Kemble Street in November, according to the Utica Police Department. more
One man was shot in the arm during a get-together at an apartment on Lenox Avenue in Utica late Saturday night, according to the Utica Police Department. more
It’s seeing all of the children enjoying the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade that truly makes it a special time, said event co-organizer David Wood. more
More than a hundred cornholers and spectators were at the March Regional Tournament for the American Cornhole League at the Nexus Center in Utica on Saturday, competing for ranks in the national leader boards. more
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