ALFRED — Maureen Sibble, a senior career planning and development associate at Alfred State College, has fulfilled the requirements necessary to become a Certified Master of Career Services (CMCS).
CUBA — Officials are holding their noses as they cancel Allegany County’s smelliest event this fall.
ALBANY (AP) — The New York State Common Retirement Fund, the nation’s third-largest public pension system, issues more than $1 billion in benefits to retirees each month.
BRADFORD, Pa. — Top Line Process Equipment of Lewis Run in McKean County has been sold to Arcade, N.Y.-based Steel & O’Brien.
The dairy industry has a familiar question for you: “Got milk?”
NEW YORK (TNS) — Total hospitalizations due to the coronavirus fell 20 to 536 on Sunday and the percentage of people testing positive for the virus remained around 1%.
OLEAN — The Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce has spaces open for vendors at the 11th annual Greater Olean Area Sports, Recreation & Fitness Expo set for Sept. 26-27 at Good Times Events Center.
A new study shows coronavirus is leading to an unprecedented number of scams — and New York state residents are the No. 3 most targeted in the nation.
ELLICOTTVILLE — The redevelopment of the Manufacturer’s Hanover Bank building in Olean took another step forward Tuesday with approval of the $11.7 million project by the Cattaraugus County Industrial Development Agency.
ST. BONAVENTURE — In a new Jandoli Institute paper, Monica Mattioli provides a series of recommendations to help the advancement profession meet the unique set of challenges created by the coronavirus pandemic.
OLEAN — Leadership Cattaraugus and Leadership Allegany will host their 2020 Leadership Summit virtually.
OLEAN — Dr. Christina Roosa was named associate program director of the University at Buffalo’s family residency program at Olean General Hospital.
NEW YORK — A New York-based private equity firm has offered to buy JC Penney with plans to merge it with Belk, according to the New York Post.
OLEAN — Olean Area Federal Credit Union has been granted expansion of its community charter to include all of Cattaraugus and Allegany counties as well as McKean and Potter counties in Pennsylvania.
WASHINGTON (TNS) — Spectrum has asked federal regulators to lift some conditions of its 2016 merger deal with Timer Warner Cable, allowing the company to impose data caps and raise prices on some broadband customers.
ROCHESTER (AP) — Eastman Kodak will receive a federal loan of $765 million to help reduce the country’s reliance on other countries for ingredients used in generic drugs.
ITHACA — New York state has set ambitious goals to wean its economy off fossil fuels by 2050 while cutting greenhouse gas emissions by 85%.
OLEAN — A busy June for businesses helped ease local sales tax collection woes, but receipts over the last quarter still lag behind 2019.
JAMESTOWN — Maria M. Kindberg has been appointed executive director of the Jamestown Community College Foundation by its board of directors.
OLEAN — At least one chain restaurant franchise has pulled out of Olean after originally closing temporarily due to COVID-19.
State officials report that area unemployment figures dropped again in June, but are still at rates rivaling the height of the Great Recession more than a decade ago.
ALBANY — State Sen. George Borrello has been appointed ranking member of the Senate’s Committee on Agriculture and Markets by the chamber’s Republican leader.
BELMONT — Cornell Cooperative Extension of Allegany County’s Agriculture Program will present a Zoom program for small-scale poultry producers 1 to 4 p.m. Monday.
ALBANY (TNS) — You must order food but you don’t actually have to eat it or be required to pay for it.
A survey of more than 500 New York farmers found nearly two-thirds had been negatively impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
SYRACUSE (TNS) — Can you walk up to the bar at your favorite restaurant, tavern or tasting room in New York state and order a drink?
If you do a Walmart door-buster this Thanksgiving Day, you’ll likely be arrested for burglary. That’s because the stores will be closed.
ELLICOTTVILLE — The restrictions and safety concerns from the COVID-19 pandemic have been tough on the tourist-driven Ellicottville economy, but the community has continued to adapt and persevere this summer.
New York gas prices have risen 1.5 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.27 per gallon Monday, according to GasBuddy’s daily survey of 6,118 stations.
ALBANY (TNS) — Spectrum will raise its rates in response to rising programming costs, the cable service provider says.
ALBANY — A coalition of states is following California’s lead in setting goals to jump-start a transition to electric-powered trucks, vans and buses in order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve air quality for communities choked by diesel fumes.
Just like humans, cows can become stressed in the extreme heat that has settled across New York this summer.
SYRACUSE (TNS)— Some bars across New York state are creating snarky $1 menus in response to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s new rule requiring food be purchased with alcohol.
ILION (TNS) — About 300 full-time Remington Arms employees will go on furlough starting Monday, according to a union official.
BUFFALO — Andrew Hahn has been named vice president, corporate sales manager-retail investments of Northwest Investment Services.
ALBANY — Bars and restaurants throughout New York state cannot serve alcohol to customers unless they also order food, Gov. Andrew Cuomo ordered Thursday.
NEW YORK — Walmart will require customers to wear face coverings at all of its namesake and Sam’s Club stores, making it the largest retailer to introduce such a policy that has otherwise proven difficult to enforce without state and federal requirements.
OLEAN — City officials added another project to the list to get done this summer, despite COVID-19.
BRADFORD, Pa. — A Facebook group that organizers said was started to help worried folks find businesses that were using facemasks has set off a community uproar with allegations of being a “witch hunt.”
OLEAN — Another hurdle has been jumped to bring the Manny Hanny back to life.
BRADFORD, Pa. — A federal judge has lifted the asset freeze on accounts for the law firm of Lang & Hvizdzak, and agreed to remove the name of Sean Hvizdzak from the accounts.
Malls in regions that have reached the fourth phase of the state’s reopening plan can reopen Friday if they meet certain air-filtration requirements.
NEW YORK (AP) — Deutsche Bank has agreed to pay $150 million to settle claims that it broke compliance rules in its dealings with the late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, New York state announced Tuesday.
BRADFORD, Pa. — The coronavirus pandemic is impacting society in ways that most people never anticipated.
BRADFORD, Pa. — Peter Buchheit has retired as the director of facilities management at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford after nearly 41 years of overseeing the construction and upkeep of the campus’s buildings and grounds.
It’s the height of chicken barbecue season and local churches, fire departments, organizations and farms are all sharing in the tradition of slow-roasting half birds over an open charcoal pit, fixed with sides such as rolls, salads and baked beans.
OLEAN — At 105, you might need a facelift, too.
OLEAN — Hopefully the Taste of Olean won’t be bittersweet in 2021.
SALAMANCA — Those patrons feeling lucky were ready to roll Thursday as the Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino opened its doors to the public for the first time in three months.
OLEAN — The New Lake View Restaurant on West State Road in Allegany was ordered by the Cattaraugus County Board of Health on Wednesday to close for 15 days over repeat food-safety violations.