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A North American beaver has been spotted recently working on its lodge at Delta Lake State Park. more
The Cazenovia College Art Gallery in Reisman Hall located at 6 Sullivan Street in Cazenovia is hosting an exhibition of work by faculty members from the division of Art and Design. more
Six years after its nomination, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has released a proposal to designate eastern Lake Ontario as a national marine sanctuary. more

Grammy and Academy of Country Music Award-nominated country star Chris Young will perform at 8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 27. more
At E-98 Art Studio & Gallery, 5819 Rome-Taberg Road, students aren’t told what project to make or what their passion should be – they are the boss of their own creativity... more
Rogers Environmental Education Center will host its 45th annual Winter Living Celebration from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21. more
As part of a statewide effort, 13 downtown historic performing arts centers from Jamestown to Poughkeepsie, including Utica, have come together to form “Alive Downtowns!” more
Andria Heath, executive director of the Utica Zoo, unveiled a new ZooMobile during a press conference at the popular local attraction on Monday, Jan. 9. more
After more than 30 years of serving the area’s photography needs, owners of The Photo Shoppe Fusion Art & Gift Gallery, 8584 Turin Road, have announced their retirement. more
Patrons of the Western Town Library, 9172 Main St., can enjoy some technology enhancements as a pair of grants has helped the library purchase a laptop computer and a smart TV. more
The historic 1928 Capitol Theatre at 230 W. Dominick St. is the center of Rome’s Downtown Revitalization Initiative. more
If you attend any government meetings in northern Madison County and surrounding areas, you may see 81-year-old Bruce Burke with his camera and a smile. more
Amateur photographer Nelson Rudiak, of Rome, was awarded by a prestigious photography platform for his black and white photograph taken in Madison County. more
When naturalist Sue Kiesel shoots, she aims to capture inspiring images in nature that foster physical and emotional health. more
When something gets thrown in the trash, the public mind seldom thinks about where it will go. more
Nearly seven years ago, Rob Lallier quit his job in corporate information technology. more
Judy Cusworth, founder of Woodhaven Wildlife Center, a nonprofit wildlife sanctuary in Chadwicks, has been serving the area by caring for sick and/or injured wild animals for over 34 years. more
HobbyTown, the largest brick-and-mortar hobby retailer in the world, will open a new store on Chenango Avenue on Friday, Nov. 18. more
Reconstruction of the wall that hosts the iconic “Sunburst” wall mural that greets passers-by at Liberty Bell Park in downtown Utica has begun. more
For 78 years, Margaret Mayes has kept her brother’s memory alive. Mayes, 96, lives in Rome with her husband, Joe. more
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