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The race is a melting pot, just like the City of Utica. Runners from 40 different countries have participated over the years.
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The Boilermaker is Utica's biggest event of the year and that means a lot of work for the Utica Police Department.
With just three days to go until America's Best 15k in the Country, hundreds of area youngsters started getting in the Boilermaker spirit, Thursday.
Art Risucci has owned Art's Tree and Stump Removal Service for almost three decades.
With Florida's nursing shortage sitting at 15,000 jobs in 2012 and the looming reality that the nursing workforce is nearing retirement age, Utica College - based in Utica, N.Y. - thought St. Petersburg was the prime location to launch its Accelerated Second Degree Nursing program.
WIBX broke the story earlier this week that the Utica City School District had received a $4.1 million grant to extend the school year by three hundred hours.
Running takes center stage in Central New York this time of year with the Boilermaker coming up this weekend.
Blue Mountain Gallery will present a solo exhibition of paintings by Peter Malone, which will run from July 29 to August 16, 2014.
Officials in central New York say four people are dead and four homes have been destroyed in building collapses amid severe thunderstorms.
Utica College has plans to build a 500 foot by 270 foot, 81-foot-high dome on campus, but first, they need a yes vote Tuesday evening from the city zoning board.
A Utica man faces a burglary charge after he allegedly stole a camera from a home in the Town of New Hartford, New Hartford police said.
A man wanted in Florida for an attempted murder charge was arrested Tuesday morning in Utica, the U.S. Marshals Service said.
Julius Keter of Kenya crosses the finishing line first in the 2013 Boilermaker 15k .
With the Boilermaker just a week away, the anticipation for this year's race has a slightly different feel than in previous years.
The Utica City School District is scheduled to receive a $4,104,000 Extended Learning Time grant, along with a $10,000 planning grant, that will greatly extend the school day for five area schools.
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Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 03:13 pm
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