The Erie Canal played a significant role in transforming New York into the Empire State. Now young New Yorkers have the chance to learn that history with a new exhibit open at the Children's Museum in Utica.
The Erie Canal is the historic waterway that flows from the Hudson River at Albany to Lake Erie at Buffalo. When it was first dug in the 1820s, it cut shipping time and costs dramatically when transporting Midwestern commodities to markets in the East
The Erie Canal is one of the cultural and historic gems of our community. In fact, one could argue that cities like Utica, Rome and Little Falls owe their growth to the canal. Now used primarily for recreation rather than commerce, we take a look at the 5 best travel spots along the Erie Canal
In our last article, we discussed how a group of buildings can be haunted due to activities in that area. This week, we’re going to discuss another side of that, talking about whether ghosts haunt areas, or specific buildings.
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