A new site — this one in Cattaraugus County — is being considered for a planned $500 million Great Lakes Cheese plant after the company gave up on a site in Allegany County.
SYRACUSE (TNS) — Recreational marijuana is legal in New York and in the years ahead, the industry is likely to generate millions of dollars.
SYRACUSE (TNS) — Billy Fuccillo, an Upstate New York car dealer best known for touting “HUGE” deals in radio and TV ads, died Thursday at age 65.
OLEAN — Lincoln Square has a new summertime tenant.
BRADFORD, Pa. — Bradford Regional Medical Center is not closed — and it’s not for sale.
OLEAN — Bridget Mangold has been hired as an accounting supervisor for Cutco Corporation.
SALAMANCA — Seneca Resorts & Casinos properties have once again stood out for serving up first-class dining and nightlife options in the gaming industry.
OLEAN — For sale: Almost 1 million square feet of industrial manufacturing space.
Although production was down in 2021, New York’s maple syrup production ranked second nationally this year, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
CUBA — There’s a new business in the village of Cuba, and it came about because of COVID-19.
LAKEWOOD — Century 21 Turner Brokers announced that Mary Holland “Holly” Sheeser has joined its firm as a sales associate, focusing on sales in the area of Cattaragus, Allegany and Chautauqua counties.
ALBANY (TNS) — Small businesses in New York state that still need a cash infusion to cover costs from the COVID-19 pandemic now have access to a new pool of money.
OLEAN — The grand opening of the new-and-improved outdoor seating area at Rafi’s Platter on Wayne Street is set for 5 p.m. today to welcome the summer season.
OLEAN — A rentable bistro in the works for years will open for business this summer.
New York gasoline prices rose 1.8 cents per gallon in the past week, while Olean’s most-posted price jumped 8 cents per gallon.
CENTERVILLE — A Centerville woman who has been making a name for herself at farm markets has expanded by opening a store across from her gardens and high tunnels.
ALFRED — When Alfred University Professor Emeritus David Pye learned the United Nations would declare 2015 the International Year of Light and Light-Based Technologies, he began thinking of a similar UN resolution that would establish an International Year of Glass.
OLEAN — Beyond health care, it’s hard to name an industry the COVID-19 pandemic crippled worse than people-moving.
OLEAN — An Olean veterinarian plans to open an urgent care facility for pets later this year.
OLEAN — Mary Burr, senior accountant for Cutco Cutlery Corporation, is retiring July 1 after 32 years with the company.
BELVIDERE — There will be no cheese plant in Belvidere, Allegany County Industrial Development Agency officials confirmed Wednesday.
BELIVDERE — Reports that Great Lakes Cheese has terminated talks on a $500 million production facility could not be confirmed, but state officials said they planned to work with developers if a new site is being sought.
INDEPENDENCE — The town of Independence in Allegany County has signed up to receive 10% in annual electricity savings in addition to the tax revenue it receives from hosting three community solar projects.
ALBANY (TNS) — The movement to make takeout alcohol a regular feature available to the state’s restaurant customers is facing renewed opposition from New York’s liquor stores, who continue to wage war on bills in the state Legislature that supporters say have been significantly altered to re…
Making a New York farm to food bank program, born out of necessity last year because of the pandemic, a permanent part of the food safety net in the state is one step closer to reality this week.
OLEAN — The Upper Allegheny Health System Board of Directors recently elected two new board members.
Local unemployment rates dropped again in April, state Department of Labor officials reported.
The Biden administration is looking to create a special dispute panel to deal with what they and New York dairy farmers contend is Canada’s unfair import quotas, which have long been a sore point in trade relations.
OLEAN — Vicki Pollock and Cheryl Smith of the Olean-based Thoughtful Insurance Office has scheduled the next Medicare 101 seminars on June 2.
OLEAN — Within three months, city residents and visitors will be able to rent electric scooters for hops to the store, to work or for fun.
KANE, Pa. — The Kane Area Logging Safety Committee has slated its annual meeting for June 3 at an outdoor venue, the Flying Dove Ranch of Ridgway.
WARREN, Pa. — Northwest Bank earned a Home Possible RISE Award from the federal Freddie Mac program, which helps low-income homebuyers secure mortgages.
New York state will begin taking applications in June to give out $2.7 billion to struggling tenants and $800 million to small businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday.
OLEAN — An expansion of a North Olean manufacturer got the OK from the city Planning Board on Monday.
ORIENT, Ohio (AP) — The rye and rapeseed that Rick Clifton cultivated in central Ohio were coming along nicely — until his tractor rumbled over the flat, fertile landscape, spraying it with herbicides.
OLEAN — A warm, sunny day opened the season of Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce events on Friday.
ELLICOTTVILLE — Enhanced unemployment benefits in response to COVID-19 are largely to blame for the region’s labor shortage and should be eliminated, state Sen. George Borrello and others said Friday.
Local sales taxes beat state average increases in April, the Office of the State Comptroller reported.
OLEAN — For nearly a century, the Letro-McIntosh-Spink Funeral Home has helped generations of families through one of the most difficult times they can experience.
SYRACUSE (TNS) — Spectrum is raising the price of cable television and phone service again.
BRADFORD, Pa. — American Refining Group Inc. announced that David Cook has been selected to succeed the late Dan Palmer as its crude-producer-relationship manager in Pennsylvania and New York.
ALBANY — New York Farm Bureau highlighted key bills with four weeks left in the New York State legislative session, including a potential ban on pesticide-treated seeds farmers say are indispensable but which opponents say harm bees and other pollinators.
ALBANY — Legislation sponsored by Sen. George Borrello that would expand opportunities for New York State-based businesses to access state government contracts was advanced Tuesday by a Senate committee.
OLEAN — John Whelpley, senior executive vice president and chief financial officer of Cutco Corporation and president and chief operating officer of Vector Marketing Corporation, is celebrating 40 years of service.
WELLSVILLE — James Helms, a vice president and chief financial officer of Jones Memorial Hospital, will take over as the hospital’s president and chief executive in July upon the retirement of Eva Benedict.
ALBANY — State regulators in New York will soon draft rules that will require employers to protect workers from airborne infectious disease.
BELMONT — Six businesses in Allegany County have received small, state-backed grants to help with operations.
OLEAN — A new structure planned for Johnson Street is to help consolidate one of the city’s manufacturing concerns.
FRANKLINVILLE — A Franklinville couple began looking for a local business to invest in when they recently retired.
WELLSVILLE — Construction of House 56 in Wellsville by Alfred State students has recently wrapped up, and the new owners will soon be able to call it home.