The Community Foundation in recent months made clear its continued support of the Mohawk Valley Health System’s new Downtown Utica hospital project.
And The Winner Is…In its second year, the Downtown Startup Challenge was open to start-ups and early-stage businesses looking to open a storefront location in downtown Utica or Rome.
Thousands in our region were impacted as record rainfall inundated local waterways in early July. As the waters receded, the focus shifted to recovery and remediation.
A trip to The Root Farm evokes a sense of inspiration among visitors. Spanning over 100 acres in Sauquoit, the complex includes an equine assisted therapy center, and ever-expanding vocational and recreational programs.
Recognizing there is strength in numbers, the boards for The Peacemaker Program and the Women’s Employment Resource Center (WERC) began discussing the possibility of a partnership in 2016.
The community’s support for MVRCR’s challenge grant campaign was extraordinary and inspiring, because people gave generously and welcomed future refugees—their neighbors-to-be—in solidarity.
Beyond her winning stats as a dedicated board member and generous community leader, Mary Lyons is, above all, a friend to everyone she meets.
In April, The Lead-Free MV Coalition marked the one-year anniversary of its inception with an event that highlighted the past year’s accomplishments and opportunities ahead.
In a place once passed by unnoticed, an undeniable community resurgence is happening. It’s a Monday night, of course, and the Levitt AMP Utica Music Series at Kopernik Park is the place to be.