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  • JEREMY SWARTZ

    Ryan Biggs/Clark Davis Engineering & Surveying, D.P.C has added JEREMY SWARTZ as a design engineer. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in architectural engineering from Pennsylvania State Un Read More

  • BOB TACKMAN

    Bankers Healthcare Group has hired BOB TACKMAN as a project manager for the company’s wholly owned subsidiary, Fund-Ex Solutions Group. He is currently serving his second term as the elected mayor of Read More

  • Barclay Damon

    Barclay Damon has elected MATT KERWIN and NICK SCARFONE to the law firm’s partnership. Kerwin is a member of the firm’s telecommunications, land use and zoning, project development, and energy practi Read More

  • INFICON, Inc.

    INFICON, Inc. has hired JEFF WIDTFELDT as a key account manager. He has engineering experience in the HVAC manufacturing industry, working with advanced production processes for DAIKIN/Goodman in Texa Read More

  • ANTOINETTE FOLLETT

    Pupil Transportation Safety Institute (PTSI) has hired ANTOINETTE FOLLETT as national marketing and sales manager. In this newly created role, she will lead partnership and sales operations and expand Read More

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  • Salina–based life insurer ordered to pay $7.3 million in restitution for denied claims

    SALINA, N.Y. — Globe Life Insurance Company of New York, headquartered at 1020 Seventh North St., has been ordered by the New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) to pay $7.3 million in restitution to the beneficiaries of 439 deceased customers whose life-insurance policies were unfairly canceled or claims denied. Read More

  • NYAG James announces $9M expansion to grant program addressing vacant, abandoned properties

    SYRACUSE, N.Y. — New York Attorney General Letitia James has announced a $9 million expansion of a grant program to address “zombie” homes, or vacant and abandoned homes that aren’t maintained during a prolonged foreclosure proceeding. Read More

  • New York, CNY home sales fall in December

    ALBANY, N.Y. — New York realtors sold more than 10,200 previously owned homes in December, down about 11 percent from over 11,600 homes sold in December 2017. That’s according to the New York State Association of Realtors (NYSAR)’s December housing-market report. Read More