Utica was incorporated as the village of Utica in 1798. Once the Erie Canal was completed in 1824, Utica grew as a textile-industrial center. F.W. Woolworth opened his first store in Utica in 1879.
Utica is the tenth-most-populous city in New York State, with a population of 62,235 according to the 2010 U.S. census.
The city is located on the Mohawk River at the foot of the Adirondack Mountains. Utica, specifically the downtown area, is charming, diverse and a very up-and-coming city with sights to see and a metropolitan atmosphere. Every year many restaurants, bars, stores, and cafes open.
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