July 2016: Business Briefcase

MEDIA

Community Broadcasters expands into Florida

Watertown-based Community Broadcasters, LLC, has purchased four signals from Apex Broad Broadcasting, Inc., in the Destin/Fort Walton Beach, Fla., market and filed for transfer of the licenses pending approval from the Federal Communications Commission in June. [Read more…]

July 2016: People on the Move

New providers named at Carthage Behavioral Health

Three new providers have joined Carthage Area Hospital’s Behavioral Health clinic, the hospital recently announced. [Read more…]

July 2016: Small Business Startup

Laughing Dogs Lodge

“I know how stressed out dogs get, and people. I wanted the dogs to feel like they were in a home and not in a cage.” — Patti Gorby, owner, Laughing Dogs Lodge, Glenfield. Photo by Amanda Morrison, NNY Business.

“I know how stressed out dogs get, and people. I wanted the dogs to feel like they were in a home and not in a cage.” — Patti Gorby, owner, Laughing Dogs Lodge, Glenfield. Photo by Amanda Morrison, NNY Business.

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June 2016: People on the Move

Children’s Home director certified as human resources professional

Roshia

Roshia

Jesse Roshia, Children’s Home of Jefferson County director of human resources, recently passed the Society for Human Resources Management Certified Professional Exam. [Read more…]

June 2016: Small Business Startup

Trillium Center for
Yoga and Health

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.

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.

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 to checking out a location before it was tabled. [Read more…]

June 2016: Business Briefcase

American Wine Society honors Coyote Moon

Coyote Moon Vineyards’ 2013 Marquette Special Reserve was named among the “Top 21 Wines to Watch” by Ellen Landis of the American Wine Society’s Wine Journal. [Read more…]

May 2016: People on the Move

New partners at BCA

BCA Architects & Engineers, Watertown, recently named five new partners: Scott Duell, AIA; Jeffrey McKenna, PE; Travis Overton, AIA; Gregor Smith, PE; and Corey Reid, PE. [Read more…]

May 2016: Small Business Startup

Finally Fresh Barbershop

Ray Cruz, owner of Finally Fresh Barbershop, puts the finishing touches on a client in Watertown. Photo by Stephen Swofford, NNY Business.

Ray Cruz, owner of Finally Fresh Barbershop, puts the finishing touches on a client in Watertown. Photo by Stephen Swofford, NNY Business.

THE INITIAL IDEA

Massena native Ray Cruz, owner of Finally Fresh Barbershop, experienced his first shave by a professional barber as a child visiting his grandfather in New York City for two months in the summer. [Read more…]

May 2016: Business Briefcase

TRANSACTIONS

Valentine plans sale of stores to Sunoco

Valentine Stores Inc. announced last month that it has agreed to sell its entire portfolio of convenience stores, gas stations and restaurants to a subsidiary of Sunoco, one of the nation’s largest gas distribution companies. [Read more…]

April 2016: People on the Move

Named RBC branch director of the year

B_POM_CyrilMouaikel_0416 WEBCyril Mouaikel, branch director for the Watertown office of RBC Wealth Management, was recently named Branch Director of the Year for RBC Wealth Management – U.S., CEO John Taft announced in a letter to clients. [Read more…]