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  • Pathfinder Bank’s Syracuse branch to expand from limited service to full service

    by Eric Reinhardt


    SYRACUSE, N.Y. — The downtown Syracuse branch of Oswego–based Pathfinder Bank has plans to expand from a limited-service to a full-service branch.

    The change will take effect Jan. 1, Cassandra Gehrig, marketing communications specialist for Pathfinder Bank, said in an email response to a BJNN inquiry.

    The branch is located in the Pike Block building at 109 West Fayette St. in Syracuse. 


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  • Pyramid Brokerage announces sale of two historic Endicott Johnson buildings to be redeveloped

    by Journal Staff


    JOHNSON CITY, N.Y. — Maureen DeJure Wilson of Pyramid Brokerage Company in Binghamton recently brokered the sale of two historic Endicott Johnson manufacturing buildings located at 135-139 Baldwin St. in Johnson City, the real-estate firm announced.

     

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  • Tioga County Chamber offers on-the-job training funds in 2017

    by Eric Reinhardt


    OWEGO, N.Y. — Businesses and organizations in Tioga County can apply for on-the-job (OJT) training funds from the Tioga County Chamber of Commerce during 2017.

    The funding from the New York State Department of Labor can help businesses and organizations offset training costs for their employees, the Tioga County Chamber said in a news release.

     

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  • City of Syracuse: Public parking lot to change as SU prepares for veterans complex

    by Eric Reinhardt


    SYRACUSE, N.Y. — The City of Syracuse will have a new public parking lot in the Syracuse University area beginning Jan. 2.

    The new lot is located along East Adams Street between the KeyBank branch office and University College, the City of Syracuse said in a news release issued Tuesday.

     

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  • William H. Lane overseeing renovation project for SUNY Broome Culinary Arts Center

    by Eric Reinhardt

     

    BINGHAMTON, N.Y. — William H. Lane Inc., a Binghamton–based construction firm, says it will oversee the renovation project for SUNY Broome Community College’s new Culinary Arts Center.

    The college in late September announced plans to locate the center in the soon-to-be renovated Carnegie Library, the former home of the Binghamton Public Library.

    Constructed in 1903, the building has been vacant “for years,” the school said. The Preservation Association of the Southern Tier included the structure on its list of the top five endangered landmarks in the Binghamton area.

     

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  • People news: M&T Bank hires Appley as government banking relationship manager

    by Journal Staff


    SYRACUSE, N.Y. — M&T Bank announced it has appointed Julie Sowers Appley as VP and senior government banking relationship manager at its branch office at 101 South Salina St. in Syracuse.

    Appley is responsible for building, maintaining, and developing relationships with current and prospective government customers throughout Central New York and the Southern Tier, the bank said. 

     

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  • People news: Cornell names Fleming to lead Society for the Humanities

    by Journal Staff


    ITHACA, N.Y. — Cornell University’s College of Arts and Sciences recently announced that Paul Fleming, professor of German studies and comparative literature, will become the new director of its Society for the Humanities when Timothy Murray’s term ends next June 30.

     

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  • Cuomo to deliver State of the State message in series of regional addresses

    by Eric Reinhardt


    ALBANY, N.Y. — Gov. Andrew Cuomo has decided to deliver his annual State of the State message in a series of regional addresses across New York.

    The New York State Constitution requires an annual message from the governor to the state legislature on the condition of the state, Cuomo’s office said in a news release issued Monday.

     

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  • New York home sales rise 9 percent for new November sales record; CNY numbers up

    by Eric Reinhardt


    ALBANY, N.Y. — New York realtors completed the sale of more than 10,000 previously owned homes in November, an increase of nearly 9 percent from November 2015.

    The 10,547 closed sales in November was a “new record” for the month, the New York State Association of Realtors (NYSAR) said in releasing its monthly housing-market report on Dec. 22.

    The November closed-sales figure pushed the Empire State total to 118,730, surpassing the 2015 annual mark of 116,671, NYSAR said in its news release.

     

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  • Greater Oneida County Chamber announces 2017 board of directors

    by Journal Staff


    ONEIDA, N.Y. — The Greater Oneida Chamber of Commerce recently announced its 2017 board of directors:

     

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