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September

  • GUNTHER SCHNORR

    D&B Engineers and Architects, P.C. (D&B) has hired GUNTHER SCHNORR as a senior engineer at D&B’s DeWitt office. He brings more than a decade of environmental-engineering experience that pr Read More

  • MELINDA (MINDY) JOHNSON

    MELINDA (MINDY) JOHNSON has been named manager of the Clinical Laboratory at the St. Elizabeth Campus of Mohawk Valley Health System (MVHS). She previously was a clinical laboratory educator at MVHS. Read More

  • ConnextCare

    Six new medical providers have joined ConnextCare. JULIE DEWEY is a board-certified family nurse practitioner. She completed her nurse-practitioner training at SUNY Upstate Medical University in 2018 Read More

  • Barclay Damon

    Barclay Damon has hired MEGHAN REAP and JANAE CUMMINGS who are based in the firm’s Syracuse office. Reap is a member of Barclay Damon’s trusts & estates practice area. Cummings is a member of the Read More

  • Fiber Instrument Sales

    RICHARD GRAZIANO has joined Fiber Instrument Sales as a cost accountant. He holds an associate degree from Mohawk Valley Community College (MVCC) and is expected to soon receive his bachelor’s degree Read More

  • SARA DOPP

    SARA DOPP has joined the staff of the Child Advocacy Center (CAC) of Oswego County as a case manager. She will assess the needs of children that have been abused and their families. She will also be i Read More

  • JENNIFER MEREDITH

    JENNIFER MEREDITH has joined the Syracuse Orange women’s tennis team this fall as an assistant coach. She replaces longtime associate head coach Shelley George, who recently retired from the program. Read More

  • What channel is the Syracuse football game on? (vs. Holy Cross)

    SYRACUSE, N.Y. — The Syracuse Orange football team (2-2) looks for a second straight win when it hosts the Holy Cross Crusaders (1-2) from the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) level on Saturday afternoon. Read More

  • Lockheed Martin’s Syracuse-area plant wins radar contract worth up to $3 billion

    SALINA, N.Y. — The U.S. Army has awarded Lockheed Martin Corp.’s (NYSE: LMT) manufacturing plant in the town of Salina a radar contract that could be worth up to $3 billion in the long run and be the facility’s largest-ever contract. Read More