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  • Kniffen Center-Family Place to close amid lack of funding

    by Eric Reinhardt

     

    UTICA — The Kniffin Center-Family Place, a program of the Family Nurturing Center division of Kids Oneida, Inc., will close July 11 because of a “lack of funding.” 

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  • Citizens Financial Group announces ‘unified brand strategy’

    by Eric Reinhardt

    Citizens Financial Group Inc. today announced a new “unified brand strategy” that will anchor all of its brands in the Citizens name as part of its plan for growth and “enhanced” performance.

    As part of this strategy, Citizens will rebrand its more than 200 Charter One branches in Michigan and Ohio as Citizens Bank by mid-year 2015

     

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  • New York gets $6.2 million federal grant for training programs for the unemployed

    by Eric Reinhardt

    The federal government has awarded New York a grant of nearly $6.2 million to help the unemployed re-enter the workforce.

    The New York State Department of Labor will administer the Job-Driven National Emergency Grant, which pays for training programs for unemployed workers pursuing jobs in high-demand industries, Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office said in a news release.

     

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  • Scotsman Media Group to close printing operations, eliminating 90 jobs

    by Eric Reinhardt

    SYRACUSE — The Scotsman Press, Inc., which does business as Scotsman Media Group, today announced plans to close its printing operations in Syracuse and Chenango Bridge on July 3.

    The closure means the layoff of about 90 employees, the firm said in a news release.

     

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  • Upstate Medical University names Lotkowictz physical plant director

    by Adam Rombel

     

    SYRACUSE — Upstate Medical University announced it has appointed Robert Lotkowictz, director of physical plant, succeeding Gary Kittel, who has retired.

    As director of physical plant, Lotkowictz is responsible for the operation and maintenance of Upstate Medical’s downtown Syracuse campus, including 27 buildings, covering more than 3.5 million square feet. The position also supervises the academic health-care provider’s departments of physical plant and records storage.

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  • Renovated DeWitt Town Center is attracting new tenants

    by Traci DeLore

    DeWITT — Following eight months of renovation work at the DeWitt Town Center, the 184,000-square-foot shopping center at 3179 Erie Blvd. East is adding six new tenants.





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  • OCC’s Academic II building wins national award for its “unique” design

    by Eric Reinhardt

     

    ONONDAGA — Onondaga Community College (OCC) today announced that its newest building, Academic II, has won a national award for its “unique” design.

    The structure is suspended 60-feet above the Furnace Brook gorge on campus.

    The American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) awarded CannonDesign one of its IDEAS2 awards for excellence in steel-frame building design, OCC said in a news release.

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  • Skaneateles Suites adapts to customer needs, plans for continued success

    by Eric Reinhardt

    SKANEATELES — Nearly 15 years ago, Curt and Toni Feldmann drove by an old motel with a “For Sale” sign. Even though neither had any hospitality experience — Toni was a controller/accountant who lost her job in a corporate buyout while her husband Curt sold hardware — the couple took the plunge and bought the former Anchor Motel.



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  • SU group studies Carrier Dome backup options in case of roof failure

    by Eric Reinhardt

    SYRACUSE — Two members of a workgroup that Syracuse University (SU) Chancellor Kent Syverud assembled to review options for a “Carrier Dome Backup Plan” provided an overview of its findings on June 19. 



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  • New York’s unemployment claims fall to lowest level of the year

    by Adam Rombel

    The number of people filing initial applications for unemployment benefits in New York state tumbled by more than 11 percent to 16,201 in the week ending June 14, from 18,279 the week before.

    That’s the lowest level of claims so far in 2014, surpassing the previous low of 16,729 set in the week ending April 19.

     

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