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As the United States Supreme Court ends its current term with several monumental decisions, it is fitting to remember Utican Joseph Lochner, who refused to follow a New York State statute in 1899 … more
A Rome parolee has been charged with robbery and reckless endangerment following the shots fired call in the Taco Bell parking lot in Utica Thursday afternoon ... more
Independence Day, also called the Fourth of July, is a federal holiday which commemorates the Declaration of Independence, which was ratified by the Second Continental Congress on July 4, 1776. more
The Utica Metro SWAT Team was recognized as the winners of the Tactical Week training at the New York State Preparedness Center in Whitestown last week. more
A panel of independent judges have selected Hender Hernandez Caba, who will be a senior this fall at Thomas R. Proctor High School, as the winner of the annual Give Back to Utica essay contest. … more
Muju International Groceries is stocked with items that can’t be found at just any grocery store. more
Gunfire at the Taco Bell on North Genesee Street is under investigation after several shots were fired at another person Thursday afternoon... more
A Utica woman is accused of attempting to rob a bank she had done business with in the past on Wednesday afternoon, according to the Utica Police Department. more
A 30-year-old woman is accused of trying to run down several people with her motor vehicle Wednesday night, while both drunk and with a toddler in the back seat ... more
Residents in Utica will soon be able to see more options for high-quality, affordable housing. more
A 35-year-old man has been charged with stabbing an acquaintance in the stomach in Utica, according to the Utica Police Department. more
With temperatures set to rise into the 80s and 90s, kids looking to cool off and start summer off with a splash will find several municipal pools in both Utica and Rome open and fully staffed. more
IMPACT Utica — a Redevelopment Initiative by PeopleFirst — will begin its efforts with a project at the Chancellor Apartments on Bleecker Street. more
Members of the Utica Free Academy Class of ‘76 — to include members of the Class of ‘75 and the Class of ’77, will gather for a “45-ish Year Reunion” ... more
Blessed Giovanni Battista Scalabrini (1839-1905) is to become Saint Giovanni Battista at a future consistory; the end of the formal process for sainthood. more
Students from Thomas R. Proctor High School gathered on Friday at the Adirondack Bank Center at the Utica Memorial Auditorium as they celebrated one of the largest commencement ceremonies in the area. more
All aboard for a different kind of happy hour that will definitely give you and your friends something to toast. more
The May 14 shooting at a Tops grocery store in Buffalo was a reminder to law enforcement that mass shootings can happen anywhere at any time, furthering the need for advanced, realistic … more
The city of Utica released a draft of the Utica Housing Study, an extensive analysis of the city’s housing market... more
The historic Olbiston Apartments broke ground on a $64 million restoration project after years of neglect and dilapidation. more
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