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UTICA — The City of Utica Youth Bureau will host a Youth Job fair Tuesday, April 12, from 1 to 3 p.m. at 220 Memorial Parkway in Utica. This job fair is for youth ages 14 to 21. Applicants are … more
UTICA — Thoughts on Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr.'s State of the County address as well as an extension of a moratorium for new convenience stores and smoke shops in the city were … more
UTICA — The Greater Utica Chamber of Commerce hosted its 125th Annual Meeting for their members on Tuesday, April 5, at the Delta Hotel by Marriott in Utica. Guests enjoyed food and beverage, music … more
UTICA — Students of Utica Children’s Theatre will perform, “Do You Hear the People Sing,” under the marquee of The Stanley Theatre on Genesee Street at 2 p.m. Thursday, April 7, in solidarity … more
UTICA — After the pandemic set limitations for in-person social security services, Kilolo Kijakazi, Acting Commissioner of the Social Security Administration (SSA), has announced that beginning … more
UTICA — The city of Utica has announced its plans for this year’s Memorial Day and Independence Day parades, as well as fireworks celebrations. The Memorial Day Parade will take place on Monday, May … more
ROME — Overnight parking on city streets in the Copper City will be allowed again starting today, Friday, April 1, according to Rome Police. Overnight parking on city streets is once again allowed … more
On Wednesday, Empowered Pathways, Working Solutions, Gilbane (a building and development company) and a panel of women who work in the construction industry held a recruitment event where women … more
UTICA — This week, a ruling regarding the future of a parking garage for the under-construction downtown Utica hospital was issued by State Supreme Court Justice Bernadette Clark. According to … more
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