2014 Class of 20 Under 40

  This year’s class of 20 Under 40 (click the recipient’s name to watch a video and read his or her profile):   Krysta Aten-Schell, 29: Bernier, Carr & Associates Allison I. Carlos, 22: Washington Street Properties Sarah V. Compo, 29: New York State Senate Erica C. Demick, 29: YesterYear’s Vintage Doors Rebecca Dunckel-King, 35: Beaver… [Continue Reading]

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Upcoming 20 Under 40 Issue Sneak Peek

Have you registered for next week’s 20 Under 40 luncheon? The deadline to pay and register online is TOMORROW. Make sure you’ve booked your spot. Register here: http://www.nnybizmag.com/index.php/category/business/20-under-40/20-under-40-luncheon. And then check out the first sneak peek at the new cover below:

December Issue Cover

The business of fun: Traveling mother-son team offers face-painting, balloon art

She’s a walking billboard for her business. Even to pick up groceries, Melina Kilpatrick’s face can resemble anything from a tiger, to a flower princess, to a teenage mutant ninja turtle.

Photo by Norm Johnston / NNY Business

Earning their stripes: Parker Line Striping marks 20 years in business this year

It started out as simply a means to an end. Or so he thought. Parking lot striping was no more than a way for 18-year-old Christian R. Parker to earn some money in pursuit of his goal to become a professional musician.

Christian R. Parker, owner of Parker Line Striping, Dekalb, and Brian M. Hess, director of national sales, in front of the business. The company is celebrating 20 years in business this year and is well positioned to continue positive national growth in the parking lot maintenance service industry. Photo by Melanie Kimbler-Lago / NNY Business

Early post leaders planned modern-day installation

Before it became the critical training and rapid deployment installation that it is known as today, the decisions of the 10th Mountain Division’s first leaders on post in the mid-1980s allowed it to flourish 30 years later. In addition to building to handle new missions for the decades ahead, post leaders quickly forged relationships with… [Continue Reading]

n Our partners at the Watertown Daily Times this month published ‘Climb to Glory’, a 30th anniversary special section to commemorate three decades of Fort Drum and the 10th Mountain Division. To obtain a copy of the section, stop by our offices at 260 Washington St., Watertown, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.

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Pastor’s faith rewarded: Former Globe MiniMall donated to Watertown church

Three years ago, Kory M. Wells, the senior pastor of Calvary Chapel North Country church, had grand plans for the former Globe MiniMall … [Read More...]

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