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  • NBT Bancorp appoints Ames to two boards

    NORWICH, N.Y. — NBT Bancorp Inc. (NASDAQ: NBTB) on Monday announced that it appointed Johanna Ames to the boards of directors of both NBT Bancorp and NBT Bank, N.A. Read More

  • Northeast Dairy Foods Association announces officers, new board members

    NORTH SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Northeast Dairy Foods Association, Inc. announced it has elected new executive officers and appointed new directors to seats on its board. Read More

  • DAVID M. TEHAN

    DAVID M. TEHAN has joined Adirondack Bank senior VP of retail loan administration. He brings 16 years of loan servicing and loan-operations experience to the position and nearly 30 years of experience Read More

  • Erie Materials

    Erie Materials, a regional distributor of building materials in New York and Pennsylvania, has made several promotions and new hires. BRENDAN PFEIFER was promoted to inside sales at the Auburn locatio Read More

  • Cayuga Strategic Solutions

    Cayuga Strategic Solutions, the joint venture of the Cayuga County Chamber of Commerce and the Cayuga Economic Development Agency (CEDA), has hired TAYLOR SYMES as economic-development technical speci Read More

  • RUSSELL SILVERSTEIN

    RUSSELL SILVERSTEIN has been appointed interim director of Syracuse University Libraries’ Information Systems. He succeeds DeAnn Buss, former director of Libraries’ Information Systems, who recently r Read More

  • BENJAMIN KAY

    BENJAMIN KAY has joined the medical staff of Geneva General Hospital, specializing in the field of anesthesiology. He received his master’s degree in nurse anesthesia from Interamerican University of Read More

  • DEVON CONWAY

    DEVON CONWAY has joined the Syracuse–based law firm of Smith Sovik. He is originally from Alaska, where he grew up working in construction and commercial fishing for salmon. Conway attended Syracuse U Read More

  • Me’Shae Brooks-Rolling

    Brooks-Rolling named executive director of Upstate Minority Economic Alliance

    SYRACUSE, N.Y. — The Upstate Minority Economic Alliance (UMEA) has named Me’Shae Brooks-Rolling as its new executive director. Read More