14 hrs ago
Tramontane Cafe Launches IndieGoGo Fundraising Campaign
The Tramontane Cafe on Lincoln Ave in West Utica is taking to the community to help them expand and grow their coffee house and performance space business.
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16 hrs ago
Munson Machinery expanding assembly, testing operations
Munson Machinery Co. Inc. is expanding its headquarters factory by about one-third in Utica, N.Y., where the company makes mixing, blending and size-reduction equipment.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Detective Camp helps students develop educational skills
Detective Camp is happening this week at Westside Senior Center -- and while it may be fun for kids, organizers say it also gets them ready for the classroom this fall.
Munson Machinary to Expand Headquarters
Munson Machinery is expanding the size of its Utica, New York, headquarters by approximately one-third, it was announced by Charles Divine, President and CEO.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Two Arrested After Allegedly Smoking Crack Alongside Unmarked Police Car
Two women were stopped at a traffic light near John and Oriskany Streets next to another car when the woman driving was seen allegedly lighting and smoking something from a glass tube.
Thomas Cole's 'Voyage of Life' flows on at Taft MuseumThomas Cole's...
Thomas Cole's 'Voyage of Life' flows on at Taft Museum Exhibition nicely shows what came before and what came after a revolution for landscapes Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1msp2j3 In the Manhood painting, Thomas Cole's traveler heads down the river of life praying for protection against the demons of Suicide, Intemperance ... (more)
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Police: Missing 83-year-old woman last seen in Oneida
Authorities are searching for an 83-year-old woman who they say has been missing from her Madison County home since Friday.
Local AIDS advocates saddened by news of Malaysia AIrlines Flight MH17
Although here are still many questions unanswered about what happened to Malyasia Airlines Flight MH17 on Thursday, one thing is known, 298 lives were lost, including about 100 who have been working to save lives as AIDS researchers or advocates.
Press & Sun-Bulletin
From the staff: Getting a summertime educationFrom the staff: Getting ...
As the new education reporter for the Press & Sun Bulletin, Sara Tracey has to overcome her own learning curve.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Cuomo Announces Global Toruism Initiative To Promote NY Business
Governor Cuomo announced today that in addition to establishing an office in China to market New York's tourism attractions and activities, I Love New York is helping the State's businesses and tourism organizations tap into the $102 billion Chinese tourism market.
Local Ukrainians hope to help families of Malaysian Airline crash victims
Though thousands of miles from the site where a Malaysian airliner was shot down, Father Michael Bunce, the priest at Saint Vladimir Ukrainian Catholic Church, says many Ukrainians in Utica are mourning the blood shed on their soil.
Utica physician acquitted of health care fraud and mail fraud...
A federal jury in Utica, New York found Dilip D. Kachare, a Utica, physician, not guilty of three counts of health care fraud and sixteen counts of mail fraud following a four week trial.
Overnight walk hopes to promote awareness of CNY interpreters roles helping others
A group of people are walking from Manlius to Utica overnight along the former Erie Canal to increase awareness of how interpreters help non- or limited-English speakers.
Utica man arrested after foot chase
Mark Brooks, 28, of the 1500 block of Dudley Avenue, is charged with two counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance, obstructing governmental administration, unlawful possession of marijuana and a littering and open container violation.
Police: Utica man assaulted and beat a woman in front of her child
One Utica man has been arrested after police say he beat and choked a woman, then threaten to kill her in the presence of her child on July 15. According to the Utica Police Department Ian Noel, 21, punched his girlfriend in the face, choked her then used a belt to beat her entire body.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Travel Advisory For Oriskany Street In Utica
The State Department of Transportation says the road closure and lane reduction will be in effect from 6:00 Thursday night to 6:00 Friday morning for removal of a concrete pier.
Veteran's Outreach Center teams up with city to help homeless veterans
Adam Smith is a Navy veteran and a father, but coming home was harder than being out at sea.
Albany Times Union
Upstate outreach aims to boost Chinese tourism in NYS
It might seem unlikely that the average family of four in the Chinese city of Chengdu dreams of seeing the bright lights of Utica when they travel around the world on vacation - but we can dream, can't we? A new initiative under the umbrella of the "I Love NY" tourism program aims to boost Chinese visits to New York State by priming the pump in ... (more)
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Utica City Council passes resolution after member calls Boilermaker route an embarrassment
The Utica City Common Council unanimously passed a resolution Wednesday night after a local councilman called this year's Boilermaker route an embarrassment.