US Rep. Claudia Tenney- A No Show on Native Issues

By Doug George-Kanentiio, Akwesasne Mohawk When current US Rep. Claudia Tenney began her campaign for national office there was hope among many Native people that she would become an advocate for those concerned about the...

Classified Advertisement: Housemate Wanted

  Housemate wanted: Seeking adult professional housemate in a spacious and modern country setting within walking distance to the Village of Clinton. Private entrance and bath, shared kitchen, great room, and laundry, wrap around decks,...

The Impacts of Mass Incarceration in Oneida County Part 2 The Response...

    Last month the Phoenix published a list of complaints on the treatment of those incarcerated at the Oneida County Correctional Facility. They consisted of complaints that grievances went unattended, that cold food was consistently...

Citizen Action Endorses James Paul for Utica School Board

By John Furman Citizen Action of New York has announced its endorsement of James Paul III for Utica City School Board.  Paul is a veteran, parent in the school district, and actively involved with youth programs...

A History of Hospitals In Utica

By: Dan Roberts How do hospitals get built? Who decides where they locate their facilities? And, who should pay for these facilities and the equipment necessary to provide quality healthcare for the residents of the...

Arts Wide Open Begins with West Side Story -Glimmerglass

  Written By: C. Harris-Lockwood Young people from low-income families in our community have few, if any, opportunities for exposure to live performances of the arts. At one time there were numerous groups and organizations with...

An Alternate Vision for Footprint of a Hospital Downtown

By C. Harris-Lockwood Given all of the social misery and conflict surrounding the proposed construction of a hospital in the Columbia Lafayette district or CoLa, there has yet to be a comprehensive plan offered to...

A Great day for the Baseball Hall of Fame

By Stefan Rubitski Sunday, July 29, 2018, was a sunny day in Cooperstown NY, home to the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame. This year, six former players were enshrined in the l Hall of Fame....

On Point for College Students Presented Laptops

  On Point for College Utica’s Annual Volunteer and Mentor Dinner held January 16th at The Utica Public Library Gallery provided an opportunity to thank dozens of mentors, volunteers, and partners for the support they...

DJ Butter Brings “The Quiet Storm” to Phoenix Radio

By Jess Szabo George Buchanon, known professionally as “DJ Butter,” is currently known for bringing “The Quiet Storm” to Phoenix Radio. His show is the latest gig in a long career in music. “I hope that...
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