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A strategic partnership has been formed between the city of Utica and Mohawk Valley Health System to develop a master reuse plan for the St. Elizabeth Medical Center, 2209 Genesee Street. more
The Irish Cultural Center’s H.A.R.P. Museum is looking to the public to help build a new “On This Hallowed Ground” exhibit. more
Mohawk Valley Community College has made several new appointments, employee title changes and promotions as approved by the Board of Trustees at their Dec. 19 and Jan. 13 meetings. more
The Faculty Senate of Utica University voted in a special meeting Wednesday to publicly censure the university’s Board of Trustees and its Chair Bob Brvenik. more
The complete streets concept trial implemented on Genesee Street in October has been extended for an additional 90 days. more
A man is being sought by police after one man was shot in the leg at the corner of James Street and Dudley Avenue Thursday morning, according to the Utica Police Department. more
A Utica man is accused of shooting another man in the abdomen on Stark Street earlier this month, according to the Utica Police Department. more
The unemployment rate in the Utica-Rome area remained stable from December 2021 to December 2022 at 3.3%. more
Utica Teachers' Association President Scott Rogowski told the district Board of Education and their audience Tuesday that union members had their final meeting with a district mediator. more
Road race enthusiasts, get set. Open registration for the 46th edition of Utica’s Boilermaker Road Race begins at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 1. more
"Every Utica student has a sphere of excellence that can be discovered and developed through a systemic and inclusive design," promises Social Equity and Empowerment Consultant Hilda Jordan. more
The City of Utica has declared a snow emergency effective at 10 p.m. tonight, Wednesday, Jan. 25. The emergency has been declared ahead of the expected snowstorm, officials said. more
A New York City man has been sentenced to at least three years in federal prison for robbing the KeyBank in Utica in 2019, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office. more
Karate champion Tea Sijaric received congratulations from Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri Monday for earning several medals. more
MVCC will host several Athletic Information Sessions for prospective student-athletes and their families to learn what MVCC has to offer on the field and in the classroom. more
Utica continues to be the recipient of significant financial investments as more than $500,000 has been allocated to 21 downtown businesses. more
Around 40 members and guests of The Rotary Club of Utica came together to build 27 children’s beds for the local Sleep in Heavenly Peace organization. more
Excellus BlueCross Blue Shield awarded the American Heart Association in the Mohawk Valley a Health Equity Award of $30,000 to support Improving Hypertension Rates in Herkimer County. more
The Mohawk Valley Health System will host an in-person hiring event. more
Since New York State Gov. Kathy Hochul offered her State of the State address Jan. 10 — highlighting plans for public education during 2023 — local educators have weighed in on the potential impacts. more
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