Racial Inequality

By Kristina Andreotta Inequality didn’t happen by chance. Since the beginning of our country, two ideas--racism and free-market capitalism--have worked together to shape how our society works. Racism and capitalism are such a large part...

Advocates Rally for Protections for Long-Excluded Farmworkers

ALBANY, NY – Advocates will rally in the state capitol today in support of legislation to extend basic labor protections to New York’s agricultural workers, who are excluded from the right to collective bargaining...

Joanne Shenandoah Releases Music Video “Missing You”

For NATIONAL DAY OF AWARENESS FOR MISSING AND MURDERED INDIGENOUS WOMEN Created by Television, Radio & Film graduating seniors Peter Conway, Elijah Goodell and Sarah Rebetje as their Capstone at the S.I. Newhouse Schhol of Public Communication WORLD PREMIERE on...

The Problem with the MVHS Project

  By Frank Montecalvo | (former Administrative Law Judge, Dept. of Environmental Conservation) The Site-Selection Process:   When MVHS announced in September 2015 that it had chosen Downtown as the site of its Project, it...

Make Your College Dreams Come True Workshop March 26

  Utica, New York:  Local residents can learn how to enter college, higher education, and certificate programs at a   workshop on Tuesday, March 26 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Utica Public Library, 303...

Vigils for New Zealand mosque shooting in Utica

Interfaith vigils for victims of New Zealand mosque shooting Thursday, 21 March, 4:30-5:30 pm at the main quad of Mohawk Valley Community College. Candlelight vigil for victims of New Zealand mosque shootings, with members of...

BRINDISI MEETS WITH UPSTATE NEW YORKERS STRUGGLING WITH CABLE RATE HIKES

Brindisi Bill Would Require Cable And Internet Companies Fined By A Public Service Commission To Report To FCC Broadband Internet Key To Vibrant Communities, Booming Economy; Brindisi Makes Improving Rural Broadband A Top Priority Continuing his...

Scholarship – Oneida County – Alfred State

 An Oneida County resident has been awarded a $4,000 “Phi Theta Kappa External Transfer Scholarship” to attend Alfred State. Ashley Allen of Utica graduated in 2017 from Whitesboro High School and has been accepted into...

CADE and SUNY Cobleskill offer a workshop on social media and digital marketing for...

On Wednesday, March 13th from 7 pm to 9 pm in Oneonta, NY, the Center for Agricultural Development and Entrepreneurship (CADE) and SUNY Cobleskill will offer a free workshop for farms and food businesses on...

Governor Cuomo Announces Opening of Women’s History Month Exhibit at New York State Capitol

New Exhibit Pays Tribute to New York Women of Change—Those Who Were First, and Those Who Have Been Forgotten to be Honored in the Capitol Hear Secretary to the Governor Melissa DeRosa Discuss the Exhibit Here See...
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