June 2016: Top Transactions

The following property sales were recorded in the Jefferson County Clerk’s Office in April:

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June 2016: Business Tech Bytes

Coming soon: ‘Facebook at Work’

Jill Van Hoesen

Jill Van Hoesen

You have a Facebook page, your business has a page, so does the social club you belong to, but most importantly so do all your “friends.” With more than 1.59 billion users worldwide, Facebook seems to be here to stay and is permeating further and further into our everyday lives. What do you think about Facebook at work? Did you know that “Facebook at Work” is already in the works? [Read more…]

June 2016: Economically Speaking

Understanding changes in health care

Columnist, Brian Marcolini

Brian Marcolini

Health care in the North Country has undergone significant transformation. Fortunately, these changes have created many positive enhancements to our health care system. Policy changes by the state and federal governments have contributed to changes in how health care is delivered. Historically, policy changes have been used to improve health care systems. Building upon that fundamental idea, many new, innovative approaches and plans have emerged that focus on improving patient care and reducing costs. [Read more…]

June 2016: DBAs

DBA (doing business under an assumed name) certificates filed at the Jefferson County Clerk’s office April 4 to April 28, 2016 [Read more…]

June 2016: Nonprofits Today

Forging a partnership to help our needy

Bob Gorman

Bob Gorman

In the 1960s a colleague once made this observation about then-Congressman Gerald Ford: If Ford were sitting on a park bench eating his lunch and saw a hungry kid sitting next to him, he would hand over his sandwich without giving the matter a second thought. Ford, the colleague contended, would then return to the halls of Congress and — without a second thought — vote against funding for the national public school lunch program. [Read more…]