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November

  • MARIA PREMO

    HR Works, Inc. has promoted MARIA PREMO to benefits analyst. She brings more than two years of experience in human resources and will leverage her expertise in client management, communication, benefi Read More

  • EILEEN DONOVAN

    EILEEN DONOVAN recently joined MACNY, The Manufacturers Association as its workforce development coordinator. In this role, she will support MACNY’s New York State Manufacturers Intermediary Apprentic Read More

  • COSMINA SCHULMAN

    COSMINA SCHULMAN has joined Galaxy Media as chief revenue officer of its Utica market. Schulman, a Utica native, comes to Galaxy after spending five years in sales management at the New England Sports Read More

  • JENNIFER BALOG

    Alzheimer’s Association, Central New York Chapter has hired JENNIFER BALOG as senior director of development. She will oversee all aspects of fundraising for the chapter and its two signature events: Read More

  • Oswego Industries Inc.

    Oswego Industries Inc. has hired five new employees. They are JEFF LEWIS, job coach; DAVID WALLACE, custodial; KALLI GREGORY, direct support professional; JULIE HART, direct support professional; and Read More

  • CHRISTOPHER KIP

    Pelco Component Technologies has hired CHRISTOPHER KIP as the new director of marketing. He has been creative director at ChromaCreative since 2004, designing identity systems and creating strategic c Read More

  • DEBORAH SABELLA

    SRC, Inc. has named DEBORAH SABELLA assistant VP of finance. In her new role, she will be responsible for all of SRC’s operational financial matters. Sabella will lead a team of finance directors, man Read More

  • JEREMY BRYANT

    JEREMY BRYANT recently joined Northland Communications as network services technician. He brings more than 23 years of telecommunications experience to Northland, previously working for the United Sta Read More

  • Auburn Doubledays plan for “business as usual” during the 2020 season

    AUBURN, N.Y. — The Auburn Doubledays “stress” that their operations “will be business as usual” during the 2020 Minor League Baseball (MiLB) season. Read More