NYS Women Inc. of MoVa Honorees

Photo by: Tom Loughlin Listed below are the 2018 Women of the Year honorees. From left to right: June Hammerhand, president, Karen McBride - Civic Humanitarian Award Mary Hayes Gordon-Educational Humanitarian Award, Dawn Catera Lupi -...

YWCA Names 30th Annual Salute to Outstanding Women Honorees

  UTICA, NY, March 30, 2018 —YWCA Mohawk Valley (YWCA MV) officials recently announced the names of nine local women to be recognized in May as the 30th Annual Salute to Outstanding Women Awards honorees...

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...

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...

Central New York Citizens in Action, Inc.

CITIZENS ORGANIZE TO END MASS INCARCERATION IN NEW YORK Mass incarceration affects every county and every corner of New York State including Central New York. On any given day, 25,000 New Yorkers are held in...

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...

The Black Panther- A Review

By Mark Ziobro Just in time to set the stage for the May 2018 release of “Avengers: Infinity War” comes the long-awaited “Black Panther,” Marvel’s comic book adaptation of King T’Chaka/Black Panther, a hidden, technologically...

Regional Theater Adds to Quality of Life

By Roger Chambers Live theater productions are alive and well in the Mohawk Valley. Broadway Utica provides excellent shows at the Stanley Theater, such as the “Phantom of the Opera” sequel “Love Never Dies” last...

March Almanac

By Roger Chambers March varies day-to-day from fairly pleasant to blustery and wintry. In like a lion, out like a lamb (or vice versa) goes the iconic legend. While seasonable temperatures range from the 20s°F...

A Prison of My Own Making

By Dave Roberts I have danced with grief and loss since I was 5 years old. Each loss that I experience carries the same weight of sadness and longing, as previous ones. Each loss compels...
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