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When local officials celebrated the opening of Wolfspeed recently, marking the long-anticipated debut of the semiconductor manufacturer at the Marcy Nanocenter, National Grid leaders were on … more
Residents in Utica will soon be able to see more options for high-quality, affordable housing. more
The city of Utica released a draft of the Utica Housing Study, an extensive analysis of the city’s housing market... more
Jennifer Waters, the current vice president of business development and communications for Mohawk Valley EDGE, will join Empire State Development... more
Updates were given on the progress of legislation being drafted concerning the construction of proposed solar array projects within the city and for a moratorium to be placed on such projects … more
The historic Olbiston Apartments broke ground on a $64 million restoration project after years of neglect and dilapidation. more
Projects are competing for a chunk of the $10 million in DRI funding provided by the state, which has the ultimate say in what projects can move forward. more
For some area homeowners, the check from New York State, as part of the homeowner tax rebate credit isn’t in the mail — it’s already been received — but many don’t know what it is or why … more
The Utica Harbor Point project is now ready to enter its next phase of development, said state and local officials, and will help usher in the transformation of the city. more
It’s not too late to join in on the Keep Mohawk Valley Beautiful Great American Cleanup, according to coordinators of the six-county event. more
Mark Smith, long-time owner of the historic Don’s Rok establishment at 36 College St., looks forward to retirement.... more
Rome Common Council approved two amendments to a previously introduced actions concerning revised anticipated project costs for remediation of the former Nolan Manufacturing building. more
The building at 140 Madison St. in Oneida may soon stand no more. During Tuesday’s common council meeting, the council deemed the structure unsafe. more
Ground was officially broken for the renovation of the Colonial II housing complex off Cottage Street. more
A negative declaration on a Site Environmental Quality Review, as well as approval of the site plan review for an approximate 120-foot wireless telecommunications tower ... more
Beacon Communities, one of the nation’s largest affordable housing firms, and Rome Housing Authority will be joined by federal, state and local officials at noon Wednesday, June 8. more
Facing a critical need to fill casino and hotel jobs, the Oneida Indian Nation said Monday it will make 50 new apartments in central New York available for its hourly workers. more
Rome's Zoning Board of Appeals will hold a special public hearing on a proposal for a new Verizon Wireless cell tower. 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
With a history spanning more than 80 years, McConnellsville Country Club is looking to start a new chapter while staying true to its legacy. more
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