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As Long As We Both Shall Live movie shot in Utica

Alexandria Leland, Staff Writer The city of Utica is set to take the big screen as a romantic thriller “As Long As We Both Shall Live,” premieres on multiple on-demand platforms on Feb. 26. Utica is not just a...

Faculty at Utica College working to understand the impacts of COVID-19 in the region through ICIC

Nick McAdam, Editor-in-Chief In a project attempting to understand the impacts of COVID-19 in the region, the Intermountain COVID-19 Impact Consortium was formed, consisting of faculty members involved with research organizations such as the Bassett Research Institute, SUNY Cobleskill,...

Professor Laura Salvaggio: Theater is her sport

Gianna Cognetti, Copy Editor The Munson-Williams-Proctor-Arts Institute recently re-opened after being shuttered for 10 months due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many other museums and similar institutions still remain closed, despite a push by many for athletics to continue. 

United Way of Mohawk Valley to hold “Take and Make” free meal box giveaway event at Utica College; Volunteers still needed

    Bailey Hryb, Managing Editor United Way of the Mohawk Valley has teamed up with Utica College to host a “Take and Make” food box giveaway event this Sunday, Feb. 21.  This...

IGC’s Adopt A Classroom raises more than $500 for Kernan Elementary School Students

Nick McAdam, Editor-in-Chief The Inter Greek Council at Utica College held its sixth annual fundraiser Adopt A Classroom throughout the month of October, raising a total of $562 in tandem with the several Greek organizations on campus.

Sustaining Utica: Fun Facts

Matthew Breault, Assistant Sports Editor Sustaining Utica is a multimedia project produced by UC journalism students in this semester's Multimedia Web Design course. They examined how locally owned food businesses and farms have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic....

A tale of resilience: Some Utica area food sources narrowly survive COVID-19’s wrath

Matthew Breault, Assistant Sports Editor March 16 was a dark day for many Mohawk Valley business owners. New York State restaurants were forced to suspend in-person dining, and while schools and colleges shifted to remote learning, a large disruption...

Utica College prepares for a reportedly colder winter than usual

Bailey Hryb, News Editor Central New York got its first taste of the upcoming winter season when a trace to five inches of snow fell in various parts of the Mohawk Valley a little over a week ago. While...

Live: Claudia Tenney and supporters eye for a successful night in NY-22

Nick McAdam, Editor-in-Chief Last Updated: Nov. 3 at 11:44 p.m. Tenney now leads Brindisi 55.4% to 42.4% with 68% of districts reporting. The mood, along with the vote, has changed. The crowd is energized and...

Dippin’ Donuts owners indicted for $1M tax evasion plan

Bailey Hryb, News Editor The owners of the local doughnut shop chain Dippin’ Donuts have been indicted in a $1 million tax evasion scheme. Following initial investigations into their tax records in June 2018, the Rome-based family that owns...