The Birth of Emma’s Hope

Editor: Theresa Mancuso Editor’s Note: I have heard many accounts of life stories as writers often do, some of which one finds you must write about. This is one of them. I first heard the name...

Central New York Citizens in Action, Inc.

By John Furman Dozens Arrested at State Capitol Demanding Healthcare & a Healthy Environment for All as New York State Poor People’s Campaign Protests Enter Fourth Week ALBANY, NY– Some 50.8 million households or 43% of...

Doula Digest: Going Hands Free!

By Naomi Starsiak Newborn babies are awesome. They are so tiny, smell good and are so soft – and oh-my-gosh! I just want to hold babies all the time. However, I also need to do...

Starting A Business in America

By Dr. Pat Laino Going into your own business will change your thinking and your life forever! Whether you plan on opening a gift shop, pizzeria, cleaning service or a high tech shop you need to...

The Impacts of Mass Incarceration Part 4

If the Walls of Oneida County Jail Could Talk By Stefan Rubitski The Oneida County Correctional Facility in Oriskany NY has dire issues that need to be addressed, from the cruel and unusual treatment of the...

Tobacco aside, e-cigarette flavorings may harm blood vessels ATVB Journal Report

Study Highlights: Flavoring chemicals widely used in e-cigarettes and other tobacco products may be toxic to the cells that line and regulate blood vessel function. The adverse effects observed with chemical flavor additives on...

BlueShield Awards over $25,000 in Scholarships to 101 Local Students

Eight Clinton County Residents Named 2018 BlueShield Scholars-   Latham, NY – BlueShield of Northeastern New York is proud to announce that 101 scholarships totaling $25,250 were made to local high school seniors, including eight residents of Clinton County,...

Union Workers Given Misinformation on Hospital

Over 100 members of the local Carpenters and Electrical Worker's Union rallied outside of Utica's State Office Building this afternoon in support of MVHS's intent to build a new hospital in Downtown Utica. Wives and children...

Little Pink Door 

  Utica, NY, June 6, 2018 - #NoHospitalDowntown will hold a press conference in conjunction with BetterUticaDowntown.com at 442 Lafayette Street In Downtown Utica at 10:30 AM tomorrow, Thursday, June 7. Co-founders Jim Brock and Brett Truett will explain their groups’ next steps and strategies in the #BattleToSaveOurCity movement. Updates on the groups’ efforts, the preview of redevelopment plans for historic 442 Lafayette Street, the unveiling of a new banner and campaign, summertime calendar, along with limited tours of the property for members of the media. #NoHospitalDowntown encourages the media to attend this brief announcement at 10:30 AM sharp, and if your time allows taking a tour. # # # Contact Info: Brett Truett Co-founder, #NoHospitalDowntown Call/Txt: +1(315)794-0401 Online version of this press release and additional links can be found here: http://nohospitaldowntown.com/press-release-2018-06-06.php #NoHospitalDowntown was co-founded by two business owners and former board members of Utica’s Chamber of Commerce following disturbing calls from hospital board members. The hospital would abandon a 64-acre hospital campus to go downtown. The downtown concept would require demolition of historical buildings and streets and threatens over 40 businesses. Both the Utica Chamber and the Genesis Group have never allowed them to share their concerns with their boards or membership.

American Heart Association to recognize dedicated volunteers

WHAT: Volunteer Party and Leadership Awards Celebration WHEN: Thursday, June 7, 2018, 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm The program begins at 5:30 pm Interviews available before and after the program WHERE: Hart’s Hill Inn 135 Clinton Street Whitesboro,...
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