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The Mohawk Valley, including Madison, Oneida, Herkimer, Hamilton, Fulton, and Montgomery counties, has a robust network of state trails and bicycle facilities for users to enjoy. more
Fort Rickey Discovery Zoo, 5135 Rome-New London Road, Rome, is open for the season with new attractions and events for the whole family. more
Llamas, horses, and donkeys ­­ ­— oh my!  more

The Kirkland Art Center has named the organization’s executive director, following a search by the center’s board.  more
Though it’s got a new name, Games People Play has been a card and board game hobbyist’s go-to spot for years. more
Oneida County Tourism has launched the Oneida County Mural Trail as a way to showcase the many murals across the Mohawk Valley. more
After 10 days and over 800 votes casted, Steven Teller was chosen as the mural artist whose design will replace the former sunburst mural at Liberty Bell Park in Utica. more
Writer/director James Gunn returns to the Guardians of the Galaxy to deliver the grand, celebratory finale that we’ve all been waiting for.  Listen to the podcast linked at the end. more
“Tender Rain,” a play written by Mohawk Valley native Kyle Bass, made its world premiere on Wednesday at Syracuse Stage. more
Two Herkimer Central School District students had their artwork selected by a panel of judges as winners for the Fenimore Art Museum’s 2023 Young at Art! more
For 33 years, Oneida has been dedicated to keeping its city green with a Tree City USA designation. more
Artist Lynne Reichhart is hosting a solo exhibition titled “The Devil is in the Details.” more
The Broadway Theatre League of Utica has unveiled the 2023-2024 Bank of Utica Broadway Season. more
The Utica Zoo will hold its Party for the Planet event on Saturday, April 29 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. more
The once-iconic sunburst mural at Liberty Bell Park that depicted the city’s skyline against colorful sun rays and greeted passersby along Genesee Street is in the process of being removed. more
The Madison County Historian’s Office is offering a unique look inside some of Madison County’s most historic restaurants and locations this spring and summer. more
Orlando “Ori” Spado, 78, would say he’s led an interesting life — most people would say that’s an understatement. more
Players of Utica has raised the curtain on their 2023-2024 season. more
Project Fibonacci is now accepting nominations of students ages 14 to 19 to attend its fifth annual STEAM Youth Leadership Conference in July. more
During the last hours of Yom HaShoah, also known as Holocaust Remembrance Day, the Jewish Community Federation of the Mohawk Valley at 2310 Oneida St. honored the lives of Holocaust victims and survivors. more
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