OLEAN — Mark Heister, chief financial officer of new business development for Cutco Corporation, will be promoted to chief financial officer, effective July 1.
OLEAN — Kathy Shelander, previously chief financial officer for Cutco Cutlery Corporation, has been promoted to executive Vice President of the company, effective April 1.
WELLSBORO, Pa. — C&N, an independent community bank, has named Thomas Rudy Jr. to lead its regions that include Bradford, Cameron, Lycoming, McKean, Potter and Tioga counties in Pennsylvania and Chemung and Steuben counties in New York.
WASHINGTON (TNS) — U.S. House Democrats from New York are threatening to oppose future tax legislation unless it includes a repeal of the state and local tax deduction cap, amping up the pressure on congressional leadership to make that change in the package they’re planning to tether to Pre…
ALBANY (TNS) — Bars and restaurants in New York will be allowed to stay open until midnight starting next week, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday.
ALBANY (TNS) — The state budget passed by lawmakers last week includes a provision decoupling the city and state tax codes from the federal Opportunity Zones program, a Trump-era policy that opponents say is nothing more than a handout to wealthy real estate investors.
WALDEN (TNS) — New York will resume using the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine once the federal government lifts the recommended pause on use of the shot in the U.S., Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday.
ALFRED — From face masks that can monitor the wearer’s temperature to light-up vests that make it safe to run at night, Alfred State College engineering students have been working on innovative energy-harvesting devices that have real-world applications.
OLEAN — Dennis Wineberg, first shift shipping supervisor for Cutco Cutlery Corporation, is celebrating 25 years of service with the company.
SYRACUSE — Grow-NY is accepting applications for 2021, the third year of the food, beverage and agriculture business startup competition funded by the state.
BELFAST — In a warehouse full of broadband equipment the Greater Allegany County Chamber of Commerce honored large and small business and recognized one of its own with annual awards.
NEW YORK (AP) — Good-paying jobs — many of them.
ALBANY — Following Gov. Andrew Cuomo extending and modifying several existing COVID-19 mandates this week, Sen. George Borrello wants to see the written notification the governor is legally required to provide five days in advance of such actions.
OLEAN — Shavonne Henderson has been promoted to district manager with Community Bank N.A. for the Olean area, which includes branches in Allegany, Olean, Cuba, Portville, Franklinville and Yorkshire.
ALLEGANY — Prior to the onslaught of the pandemic last year, Lynda Dunn of the Citizen Printing House in Allegany printed flyers, invitations, tickets and posters for upcoming events.
WELLSVILLE — Rumors circulating that a Target department store is coming to Wellsville were an April Fools’ Day joke.
New York gas prices have fallen 0.7 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.90/g Monday, according to GasBuddy’s daily survey of stations in New York.
OLEAN — Sandra Sleggs, assistant director of human resources, is retiring from Cutco Corporation after 19 years with the company.
OLEAN — Scott Kruse, software development manager for Cutco Corporation, is celebrating 35 years of service with with the company this week.
OLEAN — Ken Pickett Sr., induction heater operator for Cutco Cutlery Corporation, is retiring after 45 years with the company.
OLEAN — After 30 years experience in the restaurant business, Jon and Kimmy Jordan are making plans to open their newest eatery, J-Allen’s, with partners Scott and Leah Allen.
OLEAN — As young girls, sisters Olivia and Noelle Anzivine of Olean loved drawing pictures of clothes in their sketchbooks.
OLEAN — Steve Pokrzyk, vice president and director of marketing for Cutco Corporation, celebrated 35 years of service in March.
OLEAN — Dan Worden, mold press operator for Cutco Cutlery Corporation, celebrated 25 years of service with the company.
OLEAN — Kris Karr, business unit manager for Cutco Cutlery Corporation, has celebrated 25 years of service with the company.
OLEAN — John Blackwell, auto machine grinder for Cutco Cutlery Corporation, celebrated 25 years of service at the company in February.
Cattaraugus County saw a slight increase in unemployment rate in February, up 0.1 points to 7.7%. The rate in February 2020 was 6.2%, and peaked in 2020 at 20.3% in April due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Owner: Derreck Carapellatti of Portville
The Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce is planning Home Show Palooza 2021, to be held in the Olean area May 14-27.
The Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce’s hours at its North Union Street office will be extended 30 minutes beginning on Monday.
OLEAN — Aaron Sayers, third shift departmental generalist for Cutco Cutlery Corporation, has been promoted to assistant production supervisor.
OLEAN — Michelle Bouch, first shift distribution center operator for Cutco Cutlery Corporation, has been promoted to second shift assistant production supervisor.
OLEAN — Dennis Wineberg, first shift group leader for Cutco Cutlery Corporation, has been promoted to first shift shipping supervisor.
BELVIDERE — Economic development officials moved a step closer to using eminent domain to help build a $500 million cheese plant if the landowner and developer cannot come to an agreement.
OLEAN — Brian Tanner, first shift master mechanic for Cutco Cutlery Corporation, has been promoted to third shift production supervisor.
OLEAN — Robert DeLong, first shift electrician 1/c for Cutco Cutlery Corporation, has been promoted to third shift production/maintenance supervisor.
OLEAN — Darrell Neal, first shift maintenance supervisor for Cutco Cutlery Corporation, has been promoted to maintenance manager.
Raising poultry on a small scale has become more and more popular and Cornell Cooperative Extension is teaming with the Penn State Extension in offering a program in April to help farmers get their best results.
OLEAN — Brittany Backhaus started her photography business about six months ago in the middle of a pandemic.
It appears the U.S. Supreme Court would be the last hurdle standing in the path of the Northern Access pipeline.
OLEAN — Al Hellwig, master mechanic for Cutco Cutlery Corporation, retired earlier this year after 33 years.
ALFRED — With each passing semester, Alfred State College’s virtual career fair continues to grow as more employers and students sign up for the online event to video chat, network and make those all-important connections.
ELLICOTTVILLE — The Cattaraugus County Industrial Development Agency hopes to meet soon with Siemens Energy real estate officials to discuss plans to preserve Olean plant’s assets.
BRADFORD, Pa. — The Securities and Exchange Commission insists that attorney Sean Hvizdzak had more involvement than originally thought in an alleged cryptocurrency hedge fund scheme that came to light last year.
WELLSVILLE — He grew up in Wellsville during the Great Depression and remembers well hoeing and pulling weeds in his family’s backyard garden.
ALBANY — State Sen. George Borrello and the minority Republicans in Albany continue their push to have the governor’s 11 p.m. curfew for bars and restaurants rescinded.
OLEAN — After losing and regaining its tax-exempt status in the last year, Olean Local Development Corp. officials reported they will review the agency’s mission and goals moving forward.
OLEAN — For more than 40 years, Tim Lyons has been known as a great merchandiser, team leader, teacher, trainer, community promoter — and even Santa — while serving as store manager at Tops Friendly Market in Olean.
Local sales taxes saw mixed results in February, but most municipalities saw a decrease in collections from the year before.
OLEAN — A landmark restaurant, the Century Manor Grillhouse, which has hosted customers inside and out for more than 70 years, will open its doors under new ownership this spring.