Urban Design Specialist calls siting a Hospital in Downtown Utica akin to“dropping a UFO...

By: C Harris-Lockwood Photos By Tom Loughlin On Tuesday, May 1, noted author James Howard Kunstler addressed a packed house of concerned citizens in the main dining room of the Fort Schuyler Club in downtown Utica....

A Butterfly on Lookout Mountain

By Dave Roberts I recently returned from a week-long trip to Golden, Colorado. My wife Cheri and I got a chance to relax and explore some attractions in and around the Golden area. Our primary...

Mohawk Valley October Almanac

By Roger Chambers Many would agree that October is one of the most beautiful months of the year. On some days, bright cobalt blue skies contrast magnificently with various shades of green tree leaves shifting...

One Hospital = Economic Development Fail

By Cassandra Harris-Lockwood The March edition of the Utica Phoenix carried a story entitled “A History of Hospitals in Utica.” It explained in a very historically accurate manner, the development of Utica’s hospitals. It was recently...

A Fresh Perspective: Tipping

By Matt DeCristo Here’s a Tip – let’s stop tipping… “Reservoir Dogs” is one of my all-time favorite movies. If you haven’t watched it, the opening scene depicts a group of criminals at a breakfast table...

On Point for College Executive Director Rowser to deliver MVCC Commencement address

Samuel “Sam” Rowser, executive director of On Point for College, will deliver the keynote address at Mohawk Valley Community College’s Commencement ceremony, which will be held at 4 p.m. Friday, May 11, at the...

Letter to the Editor

  Dear Editor: January and February were some of the most difficult weeks that my family and I have had in a very long time. Most of January I spent ill, I have always had a...

The Impacts of Mass Incarceration Part 4

Sexual Predation Alleged By Female Officer: The Utica Phoenix verifies and withholds the name of this author on grounds of possible retribution for the writing of this piece. Over the past month, there have been more...

Utica Mourns Councilman Bill Phillips

Utica Mourns Councilman Bill Phillips Leader and father pass at 62 from pancreatic cancer.  After fighting for the people of Utica for much of his life, Councilman Bill Phillips' life came to end late Saturday night. The...

Build It At St. Luke’s Page-Community Foundation: Have You Really Turned Your Back on...

By: Cassandra Harris Lockwood Due to the ever-increasing number of letters in opposition to the construction of a new MVHS hospital in downtown Utica, the Phoenix has dedicated space for citizens and groups to express...
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