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ALBANY (AP) — New York could allow for the automatic sealing of some criminal records, make it harder to evict tenants and ban gas and oil hook-ups in new buildings under bills that advocacy groups … more
NORTHVILLE — The smell inside the store is what Brant Robinson remembers from his first visits to Allen & Palmer as a high schooler. He’s too familiar with it after 20 years to notice as much … more
WHITESTOWN — In the wake of a public meeting concerning property buyouts for those living in a designated Sauquoit Creek flood plain in the town of Whitestown, town officials are looking for … more
ROME — AmeriCU has announced the promotion of seven team members, in a move the company said, will continue to advance the credit union’s focus on its members and digital-first approach. Among … more
ROME — A former Democratic candidate for mayor voiced concerns and complaints in writing for Wednesday’s regular Rome Common Council meeting held in Council Chambers of City Hall, specifically … more
Shortly after moving to South Florida for a new job with the U.S. military, Shannon Kaufman and his wife, Wendy, signed up for a whole other mission: buying a home. For months, they scoured listings, … more
Bluesource Sustainable Forests, a joint venture between Oak Hill Advisors, L.P. and Bluesource, has purchased 52,000 acres in Upstate New York. This purchase marks BSFC’s first acquisition since … more
ESSEX — In much of the North Country, affordable housing has become a big issue for residents. Over the course of the pandemic, inventory has been low. Often properties are selling for more than … 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
ROCHESTER — Rochester is one of nine U.S. cities selected to participate in the Housing Solutions Lab’s Peer Cities Network’s second cohort. Based out of New York University’s Furman Center, … more
In additional out-takes from the Wednesday State of the County address delivered by county executive Anthony J. Picente, Jr., local officials reacted to additional highlights of the speech. One being … more
WESTMORELAND — The room was packed shoulder to shoulder as people turned out in droves to speak their minds on a proposed solar project in the town of Westmoreland, with many residents opposed. The … more
CORTLAND — Jeffrey Penoyer searched for more than a year to find a home in Homer for him and his wife, two children and dog. “We were looking for something a little bigger and with a little of a … more
NORTH MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Residents of a five-story apartment building in North Miami Beach have been ordered to evacuate after officials deemed the building “structurally unsound” during … more
In her office at a nonprofit in central Nebraska, Karen Rathke routinely encounters residents still stung by the pandemic and hoping to get help with their rent. Rathke, president of the Heartland … more
The spring real estate market has arrived! Here to help sellers stand out among the blossoming market are award-winning real estate agents Paul Sacco, from Howard Hanna Realty, and Jamie … more
On Wednesday, Empowered Pathways, Working Solutions, Gilbane (a building and development company) and a panel of women who work in the construction industry held a recruitment event where women … more
UTICA — This week, a ruling regarding the future of a parking garage for the under-construction downtown Utica hospital was issued by State Supreme Court Justice Bernadette Clark. According to … more
UTICA — Strategic Financial Services, Inc., an independent, Central New York based wealth management firm, has announced a new membership with Rock City Centre, 67 Flint Ave., a collaborative … more
I often tell clients if they have to worry about the estate tax, it’s a “good problem to have,” as that means their asset level is high. That was not the case, however, 15-20 years ago when the … more
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