City Council to consider $567,000 more for Factory Street project

Some miscalculations on the scope of work for the $12.9 million Factory Street reconstruction project will drive up its cost more than $567,000.

Construction continues Wednesday morning on Factory Street in Watertown. Photo by Stephen Swofford, Watertown Daily Times.

June 2016 Cover Story: The Business of Politics

All Politics is Local For those who operate In the fast-paced world of political campaigns, securing face time with voters makes all the difference on election day By Brian Molongoski, NNY Business As New York’s Congressional primary elections were kicking into gear in June 2014, Anthony Pileggi’s day would start somewhere around 5:30 a.m. From Glens Falls,… [Continue Reading]

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Republican congressional candidate Elise M. Stefanik speaks on Social Security and Medicare during a press conference Tuesday afternoon in Watertown.

June 2016: Small Business Startup

Trillium Center for Yoga and Health THE INITIAL IDEA Timing was everything for the founders of Trillium Center for Yoga and Health in Potsdam. Shannon Miller, an occupational therapist, and Terry del la Vega, a nurse practitioner, were passing the idea of opening a yoga studio back and forth and the concept even led them… [Continue Reading]

From left, Shannon Miller, Terry De La Vega, and Jean Benvenuto stand in front of their business, Trillium Center for Yoga and Health, at 25 Market Street in Potsdam. Photo by Jason Hunter, NNY Business.

June 2016 20 Questions: Rande S. Richardson, NNY Community Foundation

Giving for a greater good NNY Community Foundation plans Philanthropy Center, expanded mission For nearly 87 years, the Northern New York Community Foundation has worked to strengthen communities across Jefferson, Lewis and St. Lawrence counties by investing in efforts to improve the quality of life for all who live, work and play in the north… [Continue Reading]

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Watertown business sees bounce since April opening

When the Snack Shack Family Fun Center closed business, Molly K. Dejourdan decided to rent the building and, with a little paint and a few bouncy houses, turned it into the Bouncing Bug.

Kendal Dejourdan, 5, plays on some of the equipment at the Bouncing Bug in Watertown. Stephen Swofford, Watertown Daily Times.

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Sunoco finalizes $76.4 million deal for Valentine shops, gas stations

Sunoco, one of the nation’s largest gas distribution companies, said it finalized its deal to buy Valentine Stores Inc. entire collection of … [Read More...]

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