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Mayor Robert Palmieri announced Tuesday that a $25,000 grant will go toward cleaning up spots of graffiti around Utica.
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The main -- and usually busy -- Pitcher Street Post Office in Utica was fairly quiet on Monday, but foot traffic will likely increase as the deadlines to mail out packages looms.
Frances Frazier is a Utica woman raising her five grandchildren because their father is incarcerated and their mother isn't always up to the task.
The countdown to Christmas has begun for local shops. The Shoppes at the Finish Line in Utica held their "Countdown to Christmas," Saturday, on Court St. People in attendance were able to receive a caricature of themselves, get their face painted, take a picture with Santa, or even go caroling.
Students at Kernan Elementary School in Utica learned about the importance of reading and writing in everyday life Friday as part of the Community Readers Program.
These people came to the mission homeless and rely on the mission for housing. The mission is asking the community to help provide them with a Christmas celebration by adopting a resident and providing a small gift.
The Mohawk Valley Chamber of Commerce announced a big change, Thursday. The Chamber has unveiled a new name and logo at its headquarters on Genesee Street in Downtown Utica.
The deadline to sign up for a health insurance plan under the much talked about Affordable Care Act in order for the coverage to take effect beginning on January 1st and avoid penalties is December 23rd.
The Bomb will be performing at their annual Christmas show at 9 p.m. Saturday at 12 North Sports Bar at 10125 Mulaney Road in Marcy.
A Utica man was arrested Thursday and charged with rape, said Oneida County Sheriff's Chief Deputy Dean Obernesser of the Oneida County Child Advocacy Center.
An Oneida County man is under arrest on a rape charge after an investigation by the Oneida County Child Advocacy Center.
A Rochester man faces charges after he allegedly tied up a Utica man and threatened to kill him, Utica Police said.
Ar Kar, 17, of Plant Street, is charged with two counts of harassment and resisting arrest.
Raymond Garrett, 18, of Square Street, is charged with felony criminal possession of a weapon, felony criminal possession of stolen property and criminal possession of a firearm, which is a SAFE Act violation.