July 2016: Top Transactions

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

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May 2016 Real Estate: Top Transactions

The following property sales were recorded in the Jefferson County Clerk’s Office during the month of March:

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April 2016: Top Transactions

The following property sales were recorded
in the Jefferson County Clerk’s Office in the month of February:

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February 2016 Real Estate: Top Transactions

The following property sales were recorded in the Jefferson County Clerk’s Office in December 2015:

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January 2016 Cover Story: Economic Outlook

Slow and steady
growth wins the race

OUTLOOK 2016 / MILITARY: A soldier salutes during the presentation of the colors last year in an activation ceremony for the 10th Mountain Division Divarty. As the post avoided major cuts in 2015, Fort Drum officials remain positive that 2016 will be a healthy year for one of region’s top economic sectors. Photo by Amanda Morrison, NNY Business.

OUTLOOK 2016 / MILITARY: A soldier salutes during the presentation of the colors last year in an activation ceremony for the 10th Mountain Division Divarty. As the post avoided major cuts in 2015, Fort Drum officials remain positive that 2016 will be a healthy year for one of region’s top economic sectors. Photo by Amanda Morrison, NNY Business.

Despite a few challenges, experts say the region is on pace for a positive year in 2016. Six sectors of the north country’s economy are ripe with opportunities for growth.

By Karee Magee, NNY Business

A grim fate cast a pall over the north country in early 2015, as federal budget sequestration threatened to cut up to 16,000 personnel from Fort Drum in an effort by the army to trim its active duty force from 490,000 to 450,000 by fiscal year 2017. [Read more…]

Cattleman’s Restaurant in Morristown on the market

The view from Cattleman’s Restaurant in downtown Morristown. The building is for sale and owner Mahlon T. Clements hopes to see the iconic restaurant reopen soon. Sean Ewart / Johnson Newspapers

The view from Cattleman’s Restaurant in downtown Morristown. The building is for sale and owner Mahlon T. Clements hopes to see the iconic restaurant reopen soon. Sean Ewart / Johnson Newspapers

Cattleman’s, a former restaurant that village residents have hoped to see make a comeback, is being marketed aggressively by owner Mahlon T. Clements in hopes of finding a new owner. [Read more…]