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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...

From The Desk Of The Editor: An Invitation To South Street

By: Cassandra Harris-Lockwood There was never any plan for South Street once Urban Renewal came in and tore down most of the shops and stores. So now, as so many downtown Utica businesses thrash over...

New Radio Voice FCC Approved Utica Phoenix Radio 95.5 FM

Utica area listeners will hear a new kind of radio starting early this summer as Utica Phoenix Radio- also to be known as “The Heat” - goes on the air. Phoenix Radio will be...

Padre Pio Patron Saint of Utica?

By Cassandra Harris-Lockwood So, 2017 City of Utica records indicates that crime is down substantially in our city. It was reported that there was a double-digit reduction in nearly every crime category when compared to...

Homeopathy is The Royal Family’s Answer to the Flu. Why Not You?

By: C Harris Lockwood It hasn’t been named as yet but, there is an epidemic underway. A flu epidemic and interestingly one hundred years ago there was another, more widespread that actually devastated the planet....

Bad Guys Don’t Like Dogs

By Cassandra Harris-Lockwood This is an edited version of an article I wrote several years ago shortly after the Sandy Hook Massacre. I was moved to present it again in the present wake of the...

No, No Nano?

By Cassandra Harris Lockwood Ok. So, the list is long. For whatever reason, the latest has been Texas Instruments, to turn down the Marcy Nano site. Since the withering taint of the Buffalo Billions debacle, numerous...

Hong Chung: The Buddhist Bell Ringing Ceremony

By Cassandra Harris-Lockwood Umbrellas protected the heads and brows of the venerable Monks and guests on the hot summery afternoon of September 16, 2018. The sun poured out upon the attendees of the Dinh Thanh...

“We Don’t Hire Girls”–Becoming the First Female Construction Worker in New York State

By C. Harris-Lockwood     Photos by the late Anne LaBastille The year was 1971.  I was 19 years old and between my freshman and sophomore years of Kirkland College. I was looking for a job. At...
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