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The Rochester-based design firm SWBR has obtained Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification for DePaul’s DeWitt Clinton Apartments in Rome, according to a release. LEED … more
As gyms in New York can reopen after August 24 once meeting certain parameters, local facilities are currently working to get on board. Among guidelines that must be met are public health … more
The deadline to apply for the Rome Police Department civil service test is Wednesday. The Rome Police are seeking applicants to join the force. The starting salary is $46,301. The exam will take … more
With up to 300 Pizza Hut locations closing their doors — most of them dine-in locations — there still remains no sign which communities will be impacted by the closures. Franchisee NPC … more
The City of Rome’s Business Assistance Fund, a Downtown Revitalization Initiative priority project, is awarding funds from Round 2 Phase 1 to help facilitate two new businesses set up shop in … more
MOHAWK — Hummel’s Office Plus, an area independently owned office products dealer has acquired Latham–based office supply business, Workplace Central. Financial terms of the deal finalized as … more
A new Spectrum store has opened in Rome giving customers a spot to conduct business related to internet, television, mobile and voice services, according to a release. The new Rome store at 219 Erie … more
ANDRO Computational Solutions, LLC of Rome has been awarded a $1.1 million U.S. Army contract to develop adaptive radios for communications in unmanned ground vehicles and unmanned air systems … more
Remington Arms, with a manufacturing facility that Ilion, is seeking bankruptcy protection for the second time in as many years. The company emerged from reorganization under U.S. Bankruptcy Court … more
UTICA — Adirondack Bank has announced that Douglas Bartell has joined its commercial lending team as its vice president commercial banking officer. He will serve the Mohawk Valley region with a … more
At a Friday afternoon ribbon cutting, Dr. David Vinci said he, Dr. Lauren Pierson and Dr. Nichole Pollard had been busy welcoming new and returning patients to the newly built 1320 Floyd Ave. … more
AmeriCU has been recognized by the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) for organizing the 2019 Salute to the Troops Tribute Concert at Mountainfest.  Held annually as part of the Fort Drum … more
The COVID-19 pandemic’s ripple effect has delayed the start of work by an aircraft maintenance and overhaul company coming to county-owned Griffiss International Airport in Rome, but its owner says … more
WESTERNVILLE — For the A-OK Campground & Marina at 7106 Stokes-Westernville Road on the north shore of Delta Lake, the business started by his father in 1973 has always “been about … more
The Copper Easel, 216 W. Dominick St., and Character Coffee, of Utica, will hold a pop-up coffee cart and art event at the Copper Easel on Sunday, July 12, from 9 a.m. to noon. Character Coffee … more
TOWN OF LEE — For 49 years including the past 48 at its 8580 Turin Road location, the family-owned Salce’s Garden Center has been a seasonal fixture in spring, summer and early fall with such … more
How hard is it to hire during coronavirus? For the last couple of months, it has been challenging, said David Winberg, director of Human Resources at Sovena USA, a Rome-based olive oil supplier. … more
BUFFALO — Gasoline prices in New York are up two cents this week, according to AAA Northeast. AAA Northeast’s June 29 survey of prices in New York finds self-serve, regular unleaded averaging … more
Due to the economic turmoil triggered by the coronavirus, over 29 million Americans are currently receiving unemployment benefits, and many may be in the market for a new job. To combat this, a Rome … more
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