American Heart Association warns of snow shoveling health hazards

Utica, NY - The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association says that for most people, shoveling snow may not lead to any health problems. However, the association warns that the risk of a heart attack...

A Case Against Building the Hospital Downtown

Architect and Civic Leader Mike Bosak Makes "The Case Against Building the Hospital Downtown" Michael Bosak is a long-time resident and has been a lifelong advocate for the City of Utica. Bosak has worked in...

#ME THREE-Sexual Predation Nothing New

By: Loretta Johnson The recent toppling of Hollywood honcho, Harvey Weinstein and the subsequent domino effect it’s had on at least this nation, lit a fire under me to share some history that has been...

BRINDISI QUALIFIES FOR 4 BALLOT LINES

Anthony Brindisi, candidate for Congress in NY-22, will appear on four ballot lines in the November General Election. Brindisi will be on the Democratic, Independence, Working Families and Women’s Equality Party lines and Brindisi...

Parkway Center unveils new call center for transportation

Through the Way2Go program the Parkway Center now has a fully functioning call center to help individuals with their transportation needs. With one click or one call we can help you find the transportation...

The students of New York took the Governor to Court and yesterday they won!

The state designated a handful of schools as persistently struggling and gave them two years, plus additional funding to start making improvements. After the first year, some schools improved enough to be removed from...

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Film screening and discussion in partnership with the Midtown Utica Community Center focuses on welcoming refugees to Utica Utica, N.Y. -- On Wednesday, June 14, a special event will encourage and empower Utica residents...

Community Action – It’s Time For A Change

By Casandra Harris-Lockwood, editor-in-chief In 2010 when then-Mayor Roefaro hired a consultant to research the impact of the loss of UCAI’s $10 million annual infusion of funding and programs, the biggest loss was determined to...

FEMA TO STANDBY TO ASSIST VICTIMS OF THE EXTRAORDINARY JULY 1ST FLOODING IN THE...

Brindisi Joins Senator  Schumer In Requesting FEMA to standby  to assist victims of  the extraordinary July 1ST flooding  in the Mohawk Valley and Central NY. Assembly Also Is Requesting Governor Cuomo to Consider Requesting a Major...

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  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.
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