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After a virtual run in 2020 and a postponed run in 2021, the Utica National Kids' Run will be held in-person. more
Three adults and three children have lost their home after a house fire on Kernan Avenue in Utica. more
A 30-year-old man has been charged with attempted murder for repeatedly stabbing a woman in the neck in the parking lot of the north Utica McDonald's Friday afternoon. more
A parolee is accused of breaking into a church in Utica and stealing items from inside. more
The second annual pre-Juneteenth kickoff is planned for 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, June 11, at Kemble Park, at the corner of James and Kemble streets. more
A venerable part of the community, the Jewish Community Center invites the public to a day of fun, history, and sharing of culture. more
Prior to the start of the American Civil War, numerous attempts to satisfactorily deal with the question of slavery for both the North and the South occurred. There were several compromises made … more
UTICA — The Central New York Conservancy and Universal Wellness announce the second annual Free Yoga in the Park at the Lily Pond in F.T. Proctor Park in Utica on Saturdays from 9:30-10:30 a.m. … more
The Masonic Care Community has announced Tiffany Niles and Donna Vadney have joined the organization. more
The HomeOwnershipCenter (HOC) will be hosting a grand opening of their Empowerment Center on June 8 at 230 James St. in Utica. The ribbon-cutting will begin at 4 p.m. more
Utica and the town of Deerfield have entered into a shared services agreement to improve infrastructure on the North Utica/Deerfield border to reduce the impact of flooding. more
The Utica Zoo’s 22nd annual Wine in the Wilderness returns to the zoo’s gardens and grounds on Saturday, June 4, from 6 to 9 p.m. more
A Utica police officer was injured when the driver of a stolen vehicle backed into him during an investigation Wednesday evening. more
The Utica Police Department would like to advise area residents of a telephone scam that has recently been reported. more
Oneida County History Center and For the Good, Inc. will host a community photo identification, and documentation event on Friday, June 17. more
There are four major projects in the Utica area that are expected to change the landscape of the city, create more jobs, stimulate the local economy and bring more people to Utica and the Mohawk Valley. more
A woman was charged with burglarizing a home on Lansing Street Sunday night when the homeowner returned to find the suspect rummaging through their bedroom. more
A Utica man, who is a registered sex offender, was charged with having an unauthorized Snapchat social media account. more
Members of the local chapter of ASM International recently toured Trenton Technology’s manufacturing facility, at 2007 Beechgrove Place. more
Communities across the Mohawk Valley honored those who served their country, as well as those who made the ultimate sacrifice, during Memorial Day services Monday. In Rome, there were a pair of … more
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