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Ernie Horne

August 9, 1926 – March 5, 2010

Longtime Utica resident Ernest Horne was born in Boston, served in the U.S. Navy during World War II, graduated from Harvard University, and moved to Detroit in the late 1940s.  52 more words

Firefighters Extinguish Extra-Alarm Blaze At Utica Resort, Water Park

UTICA, Ill. (CBS) — Firefighters spent several hours in the bitter cold Tuesday morning, working to extinguish an extra-alarm blaze at a resort and indoor water park in Utica, about 90 miles southwest of Chicago. 306 more words

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1867: Railroads North

From the Utica OD
1867, 150 years ago

Pictured is the Remsen Depot

A new chapter in the history of Central New York is ushered in when the Utica and Black River Railroad is extended to Lyons Falls, thus connecting Utica with the North Country and its lumber and wood products. 152 more words

Railroad History

Come for the All-Star Game, Stay for the Food and the Art

5 December 2017

Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente, Jr.

Oneida County Office Building

800 Park Avenue

Utica, NY  13501

Mayor Robert M. Palmieri

Office of the Utica Mayor… 1,034 more words

Tourism

The All-Star Game Could Provide Much Needed Tax Revenue

5 December 2017

Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente, Jr.

Oneida County Office Building

800 Park Avenue

Utica, NY  13501

Mayor Robert M. Palmieri

Office of the Utica Mayor… 1,034 more words