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Despite issues with cannabis license rollout, Hochul touts 400 issued so far

Despite issues with cannabis license rollout, Hochul touts 400 issued so far
Governor Kathy Hochul revealed that the New York State Cannabis Control Board has issued a total of 403 adult-use cannabis licenses in 2024, marking a significant step in strengthening the state’s legal cannabis market. The ... more
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Cayuga County will help Moravia with plaza development by foreclosing former gas station

Comptroller’s audit finds that Moravia schools can’t account for $9,000 in fuel
Cayuga County has agreed to foreclose on a former gas station to aid the Village of Moravia in creating a new downtown plaza. The decision, advanced by the County Legislature's Government Operations Committee on Wednesday ... more
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Watkins Glen Chamber announces Schuyler Hires job fair

Watkins Glen Chamber announces Schuyler Hires job fair
The Watkins Glen Area Chamber of Commerce proudly hosted the Schuyler Hires Job Fair this Tuesday, connecting attendees with 30 top employers from various sectors. Held at the Watkins Glen Community Center, the event offered ... more
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Rite Aid announces even more store closures as company restructures

Rite Aid stores in Corning, Cortland will do COVID drive-thru testing
Rite Aid has continued its series of store closures in New York, adding 13 more to the list this month as part of a broader effort to stabilize the company following its Chapter 11 bankruptcy ... more
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Doug’s Fish Fry owner Mark Braun named Small Business Owner of the Year by SBA

Doug’s Fish Fry owner Mark Braun named Small Business Owner of the Year by SBA
The U.S. Small Business Administration's Upstate New York District Office recently announced their award winners for National Small Business Week 2024, celebrating from April 29 to May 4. Among the notable honorees was Mark Braun ... more
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Are Dollar Tree prices increasing again? Company closing more stores

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Dollar Tree, a renowned discount retailer, is set to increase its price cap from $5 to $7 on various items as it continues adjusting to economic pressures. The announcement was made without a specific date ... more
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New Starbucks opening soon in Camillus

Starbucks: An item was pulled from all menus– find out why
The town of Camillus welcomed a new Starbucks location, complete with a drive-thru and outdoor seating, which opened on April 12. Situated next to Adelita's Mexican Cocina & Tequila, the coffee shop is conveniently located ... more
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Photos show gravel mine sediment washes into drainage ditch designed to protect Watkins Glen from flooding

Photos show gravel mine sediment washes into drainage ditch designed to protect Watkins Glen from flooding
The drainage ditch that serves as the Village of Watkins Glen’s first line of defense against flooding is filling up with sediment, raising doubts about whether it remains a reliable guard against extreme rain events ... more
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Folk Bottle opens in Penn Yan

Folk Bottle opens in Penn Yan
The Yates County Chamber of Commerce marked the opening of Folk Bottle in Penn Yan a new establishment that introduces an artisanal selection of wines and spirits to the local and visiting clientele. The ribbon-cutting ... more
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Hochul announces $100M for Brookhaven Lab’s electron-ion collider project

Hochul announces 0M for Brookhaven Lab’s electron-ion collider project
Governor Kathy Hochul has unveiled a $100 million investment by Empire State Development in the Electron-Ion Collider project at Brookhaven National Laboratory, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy. This marks a significant step ... more
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Report: Cornell University has massive, $78M impact on local economy

Cornell AgriTech to receive state funding, resources as newly-certified NYSTAR Business Incubator
Cornell University's influence on Ithaca's local economy and community was highlighted in a recent Local Economic Snapshot, showcasing the university's substantial financial contributions and volunteer efforts. In the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, visitors ... more
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Swap BTC to SOL – Simplify Your Crypto Trading with Swapzone

Swap BTC to SOL – Simplify Your Crypto Trading with Swapzone
Ready to dive into the exciting world of crypto trading? Imagine simplifying your trades, effortlessly swap BTC to SOL with just a few clicks. With Swapzone by your side, you can make this a reality ... more
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Architecture Consulting with CTO-as-a-Service: Saving Future Scalability Problems

Architecture Consulting with CTO-as-a-Service: Saving Future Scalability Problems
To extend the life cycle of the software solution you create, it is important to initially choose the right technologies and tools for its implementation, as well as, its architecture. As for ordinary software engineers, ... more
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The Comprehensive Guide to Smart Contract Audits

The Comprehensive Guide to Smart Contract Audits
Smart contract audits are critical to the global blockchain ecosystem. Audits are routine checks that ensure smart contracts are as secure as possible before public deployment. Without an audit, a blockchain developer risks releasing an ... more
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Seneca Falls Acupuncture celebrates five years with ribbon cutting

Seneca Falls Acupuncture celebrates five years with ribbon cutting
In Seneca County the local business community gathered on Tuesday, April 2, to celebrate a significant milestone for Seneca Falls Acupuncture. Owner Michelle Grasek marked her clinic's fifth anniversary with a festive ribbon-cutting event. The ... more
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Sodus Bay Heights recognized for contributions to Wayne County economy

Sodus Bay Heights recognized for contributions to Wayne County economy
The Sodus Chamber of Commerce has awarded the Sodus Bay Heights Golf Course with a Milestone Award, recognizing its significant contributions since its founding in 1924. The golf course, which began with 40 charter members, ... more
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Auburn BID director steps down amid investigation by newspaper into discrimination claims

Auburn BID director steps down amid investigation by newspaper into discrimination claims
Stephanie DeVito, Executive Director of the Auburn Downtown Business Improvement District and a notable local official, has resigned amidst an ongoing investigation by The Citizen. The investigation, which centers around a discrimination complaint allegedly filed ... more
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JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon says global risks threaten economy

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JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon has issued a warning that current geopolitical tensions, U.S. political polarization, and wars could pose risks unseen since World War II. In his annual shareholder letter, Dimon expressed concerns despite ... more
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Finding a Trustworthy Wallet Provider —  5 Key Factors to Consider

Finding a Trustworthy Wallet Provider —  5 Key Factors to Consider
Cryptocurrencies are increasingly used as a payment option on different online and internet platforms, and most websites and businesses have started accepting them. The emergence of the crypto market has opened up a whole new ... more
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