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D’Arcangelo & Co., LLP, a local accounting, auditing, taxation, and consulting firm, has announced a merge with Utica-based Feldman & Company CPAs, LLP. The move takes effect July 1, … more
Following its recent announcement to discontinue free fares in all service locations, Centro has made the decision to continue to offer free bus fares in Oneida County only until further notice, … more
Eight food and beverage businesses at Sangertown Square, representing more than 120 employees, are “demanding fairness and quick action from New York State in allowing them to reopen immediately … more
Mark Pfisterer, former President/CEO of AmeriCU Credit Union, has been selected as the New York Credit Union Association’s 2020 Outstanding Professional.  Each year, the Association’s … more
The Mohawk Valley Small Business Development Center (SBDC) will hold a pair of webinars for small businesses and entrepreneurs, according to an announcement by center officials. The upcoming online … more
Three New York Air National Guard officers assumed new command positions at the Eastern Air Defense Sector this week, according to an announcement Thursday from the New York National Guard. Col. Paul … more
CAMDEN — The Blakesley Road former Camden Wire disposal site has officially been deemed no longer a hazard, according to reports. On May 15, the New York State Department of Environmental … more
AmeriCU’s Board of Directors has selected Ronald Belle to succeed Chief Executive Officer Mark Pfisterer, who last year announced his plans to retire in 2020 after almost 42 years with the … more
UTICA — State Senate Deputy Minority Leader Joseph A. Griffo, R-47, Rome, is calling on the State Liquor Authority to provide a credit to each licensee reflecting the amount of time these bars, … more
DENMARK — U.S. Light Energy, a company specializing in the development of solar electric and community solar systems, along with its project partners, today announced the completion of the Denmark … more
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has allocated $164,452,148 in COVID-19 relief funding to help low-income New York residents living in public housing, according to a release.  Among … more
WAMPSVILLE — Some staff at Green Empire Farms in Wampsville have tested positive for COVID-19, according to reports. But, officials close to the situation say measures are being taken to help those … more
UTICA — Strategic Financial Services, Inc., an independent, central New York-based wealth management firm, has been recognized by InvestmentNews as a 2020 Best Place to Work for Financial Advisers. … more
The Utica National Group Foundation has donated $25,000 to Hope House in Utica to buy take-out meals from local restaurants and serve them for lunch at Hope House in Utica six days a week for five … more
VERONA — The Oneida Indian Nation has begun “Turning Stone From Home” — an initiative that seeks to keep the popular tourist destination connected with guests from both near and far. The … more
In a new fundraising and awareness project, “Feed Our Frontline Families,” the goal is to provide funds for local restaurants to help them stay afloat and keep staff employed in an effort to keep … more
CLINTON — Thomas Owens, president and CEO of Access Federal Credit Union, has announced the promotion of three of its employees to positions as assistant vice presidents. • Emily Coin has been … more
In ongoing aid negotiations for agriculture relief measures, U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer, D- NY, noted that his priorities for an interim emergency bill that passed the Senate yesterday, have … more
While coronavirus/COVID-19 has had a sweeping impact on the health of many individuals, industries such as farming continue to see the impact of the financial virus accompanying the pandemic. In … more
The Rome Area Chamber of Commerce is inviting members to a virtual Zoom meeting at 8 a.m. Wednesday with Congressman Anthony Brindisi, D-22, Utica. Brindisi is expected to provide updates in a … more
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