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  • Oneida County hotels continued business bounceback in August with nearly 6 out of 10 rooms filled

    UTICA, N.Y. — Oneida County hotels continued to get busier in August compared to July, June, and May amid the coronavirus pandemic, with occupancy approaching 60 percent. Read More

  • New York milk production edges up in August

    New York dairy farms produced 1.293 billion pounds of milk in August, up 0.6 percent from 1.285 billion pounds in the year-ago month, the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) recent Read More

  • New Nursing-Home Policy is a Win for New York Families

    New York families recently received some long-awaited good news with the announcement that restrictive nursing-home visitation policies were finally being adjusted. Nursing-home visits had been banned Read More

  • The Art of Giving Political Speeches

    I was talking to a friend not long ago who was pretty down on politics in all its forms. “I actually find real enjoyment in politics,” I told him. He asked if I was nuts. No, I said, there’s a lot of 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

  • JENNIFER BLOWERS

    Onondaga Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), a program of AccessCNY, has hired longtime volunteer JENNIFER BLOWERS as the new CASA program manager. During her three years as a volunteer with Onon Read More