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Cue the melody of Ray Charles singing “Georgia, you’re on my mind” and sub in “college” for “Georgia.” Let that soundtrack play as you read this as it is college on my mind presently. … more
CLINTON — The Clinton/Kirkland Climate Smart Task Force, the Village of Clinton, and the Town of Kirkland, will launch the Clinton/Kirkland Clean Energy Campaign during an event at Kirkland Town … more
NEW HARTFORD — First Source credit union is accepting applications for all summer positions. Each year, First Source has full-time seasonal positions available for college students. Apply now for … more
The Better Business Bureau (BBB) will host the webinar series, “Cybersecurity with the FBI and CISA” at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, April 20. Cybersecurity is often overlooked by small businesses. BBB … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Congresswoman Elise Stefanik cosponsored a bipartisan resolution recognizing the important role of the stepped-up basis in preserving family-owned farms, ranches, and small … more
NEW YORK MILLS — Pizza Boys will host the Greater Utica Chamber of Commerce’s April Business After Hours from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 21, at 9 Clinton St. in New York Mills.   Pizza … more
Local Tony’s Pizza locations will donate 10% of sales on Wednesday, April 27 to the American Cancer Society as part of the Hope on the Menu program Participating restaurants are: Commercial Drive … more
ROME — Rome Area Chamber of Commerce will celebrate its 110th Anniversary Business Meeting at 8 a.m. Tuesday, June 7, at Lake Delta Inn. Business members who are also celebrating significant … more
ROME — Whether it’s for professional collaboration or simple camaraderie, Innovare Advancement Center at 592 Hangar Road, and its Innovare Elevation Series, is hosting the Coffee & Concepts … more
NEW YORK CITY — State Attorney General Letitia James is leading a multistate coalition of attorneys general to call on the chief executive officers of JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, U.S. Bank, … more
BOONVILLE — The Boonville Black River Canal Museum, on the corner of Main Street and Route 12, has received a grant from the Stewart Shop’s Holiday Match Program, according to an announcement by … more
NEW HARTFORD — Beyond Reality, a virtual entertainment location, will be open on Saturday, April 9, at the Sangertown Square mall in 2,000-square foot space next to Famous Footwear. Beyond Reality … more
TUPPER LAKE — Tina Merrihew has been making fresh, fried donuts for more than 30 years. It’s a skill she’s had to work to perfect. “It’s not as easy as it looks,” she says. Merrihew is … more
Helio Health has hired Bob Roberts to assume the newly created role of Chief Facility Operations Officer. Roberts will oversee all facilities, real estate,construction, maintenance and fleet … more
NEW HARTFORD — GPO Federal Credit Union has partnered with the National Credit Union Association to tell young members that their dreams are attainable, no matter how big they are, during National … more
ROME/BALDWINSVILLE — William J. Spizuoco, P.E. will bring 37 years of work experience in government, industry and consulting to Plumley Engineering, P.C. He is an environmental managing engineer and … more
MARCY — The State University of New York Polytechnic Institute has announced 10 teams of students have emerged as regional finalists following the conclusion of the Mohawk Valley regional semifinal of … more
Automating financial tasks sounds like the perfect way to check mundane items like saving and paying bills off your to-do list with minimal effort. But there’s a potential downside to giving up … more
Sure, you want to feel joy and love upon receiving a wedding invitation. But one little postcard or email can also pack loads of pricey pressure. Perhaps you must secure travel and lodging, buy gifts … more
ONEIDA — After over 15 years as the President and CEO of Oneida Health, Gene Morreale retired effective April 1.  “Since his appointment in 2007, Morreale has been a champion for bringing the … more
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