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Micron coming to CNY: Investing $100 billion, bringing 50,000 jobs with average salary of $100,000

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Micron is investing an unprecedented $100 billion over the next 20 years to transform Central New York into a global semiconductor manufacturing hub. It's the single-largest investment in a manufacturing project in New York State ... more
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Amazon Access: Shopping giant launches layaway system, discounted Prime memberships for low-income shoppers ahead of holiday season

Amazon Access: Shopping giant launches layaway system, discounted Prime memberships for low-income shoppers ahead of holiday season
Amazon Prime is out of reach for a significant percentage of Americans. Around 31% of American households making less than $25,000 per year have a prime membership. Weeks before the start of the 2022 holiday ... more
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Microtel Inn and Suites: How much of a ‘tax break’ will Macedon development get after PILOT agreement approved?

Microtel Inn and Suites: How much of a ‘tax break’ will Macedon development get after PILOT agreement approved?
The Wayne County Industrial Development Agency has given the green light for $1.57 million in incentives for a hotel being constructed on Route 31 in Macedon. A new 31,509-square-foot, three-story hotel with 71 rooms under ... more
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Seneca County Chamber recognizes Wagner Valley Brewing Company in Lodi as September Business of the Month

Seneca County Chamber recognizes Wagner Valley Brewing Company in Lodi as September Business of the Month
The Seneca County Chamber of Commerce and CFCU Community Credit Union have recognized Wagner Valley Brewing Company of Lodi as the September 2022 Business of the Month. “Wagner Valley Brewing Company is a trend setter ... more
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Farmworkers overtime threshold will drop to 40 hours in New York

Farmworker advocates applaud new tax credit for farmers in state budget
New York has made a decision on lowering the 60-hour threshold for overtime among farmworkers to 40-hours. Department of Labor Commissioner Roberta Reardon announced the move, accepting the recommendation of the Farm Laborers Wage Board ... more
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What happened to the Haunted Hayride of Greater Rochester? Audacy says staffing limitations, reorganization caused end

Haunted Hayride of Greater Rochester in Williamson ends due to ‘reorganization, staffing limitations’
Where did the Haunted Hayride of Greater Rochester go? It was a staple in Williamson, Wayne County every October. News10NBC reached out to Audacy, who purchased the annual event from Dave DeFrisher. Audacy is a ... more
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Bagg Dare reopens at Three Brothers after devastating fire (video)

Bagg Dare reopens at Three Brothers after devastating fire
It was a big day recently for Three Brothers Winery and Estates. The Bagg Dare Wine Company has reopened. Nearly 10 months ago Bagg Dare was devastated by fire. The unique structure was a standout ... more
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More than $191K in unpaid wages recovered by state for workers of Buffalo company

Lost Wages Assistance payments of $300 going out to unemployed workers now
The state Department of Labor has recovered more than $191,000 in unpaid wages for more than 90 employees. According to a news release, over $191,000 in unpaid wages was recovered for 93 employees working at ... more
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Rumors are wrong: Gavras Center in Auburn isn’t closing

Child care: Lawmakers work to make access universal in child care deserts
The E. John Gavras Center in Auburn is not closing contrary to local rumors. The Auburn Citizen reports that officials with the organization aren't sure where the rumor started, but the reality is that while ... more
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Port 100 in Geneva to close

Port 100 co-working space pitches greater entrepreneurial support in Geneva
Port 100 is shutting down later this year. The six-year downtown Geneva staple has been home to around 100 members and upwards of 50 businesses. However, the pandemic took its toll. Co-working spaces have sprouted ... more
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ITT Goulds Pumps donates $30,000 to the Ronald McDonald House Charities

ITT Goulds Pumps donates $30,000 to the Ronald McDonald House Charities
ITT Goulds Pumps is demonstrating yet again its continued commitment to enhancing its charitable impact in the region. On Monday, September 26, ITT Industrial Process President Dave Steblein presented a $30,000 check to the Ronald ... more
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Solar farm growth: Three new developments planned for Aurelius

Trelina Solar Energy will answer questions about controversial Waterloo development
Cayuga County is going to have a few more solar farms in Aurelius. The town board approved three small-scale solar farms that would produce an estimated 29 megawatts of power on 213 acres of land ... more
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New York State’s unused hand sanitizer is going to Eastman Kodak in Rochester

4 hand sanitizers the FDA frowns upon
Remember when hand sanitizer was hard to come by during the coronavirus pandemic? For many it's a distant memory, but for the state of New York, disposing of excess hand sanitizer produced during the pandemic ... more
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Meet the young attorney rising through the ranks fast in Syracuse

Meet the young attorney rising through the ranks fast in Syracuse
One 28-year-old Syracuse attorney is rising through the ranks fast. Sabastian Piedmont is now a Managing Partner at Tully Rinckey’s Syracuse office, just five months after being named Office Leader. Provided “Being a managing partner ... more
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Greenidge faces liquidity squeeze after heavy borrowing to buy latest bitcoin mining rigs, stock sinks below $2

Greenidge faces liquidity squeeze after heavy borrowing to buy latest bitcoin mining rigs, stock sinks below
Shares of Greenidge Generation Holdings Inc. closed below $2 for the first time Friday, as the debt-laden company mired in environmental controversies faces a potential liquidity crisis. The falling market price of Bitcoin — its ... more
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Why is Verizon Wireless service lagging in my city, town, or village? Lengthy permitting processes could be to blame

Verizon: Expect monthly bill to rise in June
Some people in the Finger Lakes and Rochester area have complained about Verizon Wireless coverage. The network, which historically was strong, has seemed to lag in certain areas. While that's to be expected of any ... more
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New owners for former Trombino’s in Lyons: Restaurant will open in October

Former Trombino’s in Lyons will gets new operators: Restaurant will open in October
The old Trombino's restaurant on Pearl Street in Lyons is getting new life. The Finger Lakes Times reports that Tim and Mary Knapp, former operators of Noonan's in Perinton, will take over the historic restaurant ... more
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Retired pro-fighter opens family-friendly Martial Arts studio in Danby

Retired pro-fighter opens family-friendly Martial Arts studio in Danby
Matt Sung Lee, a former professional Mixed Martial Arts fighter with 30 professional fights, runs a little-known Martial Arts studio in Danby - just 10 minutes outside of downtown Ithaca. Lee, who has run the ... more
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Downtown Canisteo restaurant shutting down

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A local restaurant in Canisteo is shutting down. Annie's is located in downtown Canisteo. Owners posted to Facebook last week, noting that closing was a difficult decision, but one that ultimately was necessary. The post ... more
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