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CLINTON — Indium Corporation continues to support the professional success of its internship students through its first-ever intern mixer on July 14. The mixer, hosted at Indium Corporation’s … more
A medical group in Syracuse is showcasing resilient seniors in a unique program. The initiative was launched as a contest to find 12 people age 60 to 69 that exemplify strength and determination to … more
Benn Realty, a local realtor well-known for it’s coverage of the Southern Adirondacks, has expanded with a location in Rome. The new office, located in the MVEDGE building at 584 Phoenix Drive on … more
NEW HARTFORD — PiNZ, located at Sangertown Square, has announced that it is expanding the business’s gaming options with the addition of axe throwing. As a social and entertainment experience, … more
BOONVILLE — A change of ownership has taken place at one of Boonville’s most recognizable shops. David Leffingwell has sold Wine and Spirits at 130 Main to Fred Squicciarini. Leffingwell opened … more
When the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in March 2020, chamber officials sprang into action, seeking to help local businesses and organizations that were hard hit by the economic shutdown across the state … more
Cathedral Corporation has announced Dave Osterrieder, vice president of Southeast sales, has retired from the company as of Tuesday, June 1, after serving in that role for the past 10 years, … more
Sarah K. Dugan has joined Plumley Engineering, P.C., of Rome and Baldwinsville, as a staff engineer for the Civil Division, according to an announcement by the company. Dugan is responsible for … more
CLINTON — Thomas L. Owens, president and CEO of ACCESS Federal Credit Union, which serves Oneida County and the City of Oneida, has announced the appointment of Jackie Walters and Jeff Landry to … more
As the reeling economy works to regain its footing after the severe stumbles caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, recent news headlines have been laced with employers crying out for staff, and the … more
NORWICH — NBT Bancorp Inc. has announced J. David Brown has joined the Boards of Directors for NBT Bancorp Inc. and NBT Bank, N.A. Brown is president and CEO of the Capital District YMCA, where he … more
The New York State Technology Enterprise Corporation (NYSTEC) announced that its board of directors has selected Kevin Owens as the company’s new chief executive officer. Owens, who began serving … more
NEW HARTFORD — The Ward Arcuri Law Firm, whose attorneys have assisted families for almost 30 years, has announced the addition of two new partners, becoming Ward Arcuri Foley & Dwyer. Joining … more
SCHENECTADY — Price Chopper/Market 32 has expanded its AdvantEdge Rewards Program. Customers of the grocery chain can use their earned rewards to support local schools, pay down student loans, … more
SYRACUSE — M&T Bank has announced that Steve Gorczynski, a 16-year M&T employee, has been named Central New York regional president. He succeeds Allen Naples, who is retiring after 16 … more
Mohawk Valley EDGE has received a federal Environmental Protection Agency Brownfields Assessment Grant to inventory, assess, investigate, and develop remediation plans for brownfields across Oneida … more
Innovare Advancement Center hosted the Innovare Aspire Ask Me Anything event Friday as part of the Innovare Aspire Series, as well as five research challenges, will be revealed virtually via Airmeet, … more
VERONA BEACH — The Parkway Center has announced the opening of its second location in Verona Beach. The Center will open its Fitness Center located at 6734 Route 13 on May 17 by appointment only … more
The Oneida Indian Nation will host a series of “Seize the Summer Gig” hiring events to fill hundreds of seasonal part-time and full-time positions — with some positions offering a $1,000 … more
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