As of this writing, CENTRO has recently opened a long awaited CENTRO Hub transfer station in downtown Utica between Elizabeth and Bleecker Streets. This is a positive development. It is ... Only in Print February 1, 2013
These stories appear only in our in-print edition for February 1, 2013: "February Almanac" by Roger Chambers "CFLR Seeking 2013 Amethyst Award Nominations" "Grandpa Amos Saved My Life, End Part" by Richard Morell Letters ... Time Warner Cable Scuttles Current TV
By Roger Chambers Despite extensive television coverage by American media of CNN, conservative Fox News, liberal MS-NBC, and more traditional network news, many Americans are only superficially informed on the current ... Only in Print – January 4, 2013 Edition
These stories appear only in our print edition of January 4, 2013: January Almanac by Roger Chambers "Harvest Hayride" by James Michaels "Credo" and "In the Park" by g romana romano At-A-Glance, Community Calendar, ... Only in Print – November 30, 2012
These stories appear only in our in-print edition for November 30, 2012 Letter to the Editor by Julianne Newton-Pauley "Mayan Calendar Musings" by "Six Death" "Holiday House Tour, 12.8.12" "December Almanac" by Roger Chambers "Snow ... Proceedings of Council Meeting August 8
By Roger Chambers Utica Common Council Extends Moratorium on Hydrofracking On Wednesday, August 8, the Utica Common Council extended the moratorium on hydrofracking that was passed several months ago to until December ... Latin American Summit
By Roger Chambers Latin America and the United States have had an ambiguous, ambivalent, and often contentious relationship since the days of the Monroe Doctrine. This was certainly evident at the ... Budget Concerns Unite City
by Roger Chambers About 7 PM at City Hall, and the Council Chambers were crowded. Four dozen or more police, including new graduates of the Academy, were present. They are very ... Nigerian Oil
By Roger Chambers Nigeria exports just over a million barrels of oil a day to the U.S., about 43% of its exported oil. This made it the 4th largest supplier of ... The Arab Spring in Historical Context
by Roger Chambers Let’s not miss the significance of the Arab Spring. Look beyond the headlines. It is important to know the evolution of the current situation to better understand and ... Book review: "The Great Disruption"
BY ROGER CHAMBERS Utica Phoenix If the “progress” of the modern industrial “consumer society” is a fast moving train, it is about to be derailed. The train is rapidly approaching a brick ... Occupy Utica Occupies City Hall
BY ROGER CHAMBERS Utica Phoenix On November 2, about 20 people gathered outside City Hall as the Council remained in caucus at 6:30 pm. As Occupy Utica participants entered the Council chambers, ... Occupy Utica Winding Down Occupation
BY ROGER CHAMBERS Utica Phoenix The Occupy Utica Facebook page had the following entry on late Saturday, November 5: “If anyone has items down at camp they want back please come get them ... Occupy Utica, Day 19, Oct. 31
BY ROGER CHAMBERS Utica Phoenix It was just after sunset on Halloween, and at Occupy Utica near Liberty Bell Park, just over a dozen people were gathered along Genesee Street with signs. ... Occupy Utica, Day 12, Day 14
BY ROGER CHAMBERS Utica Phoenix Day 12, October 24, 2011 Monday evening, at about 8:30 p.m., there were about a dozen people present. These included Mash, age 24, and Hazma, 29. Bob Clemente, ...
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