GENEVA — Real Deals Dollar Store in Seneca Falls will close its doors permanently by mid-March. Other stores in the Auburn-based chain already have been shuttered, and the owner plans to close all locations by the middle of 2024.
GENEVA — Mushrooms just might be the superhero of foods they repurpose agricultural waste, are nutrient-dense, can help manage diabetes and can be used to decrease meat consumption.
PENN YAN — The head of the New York Wine & Grape Foundation and the agency’s leading promoter are getting recognition from a leading trade magazine and website.
WATERLOO — The reviews are in, and they are good.
CANANDAIGUA — The venerable Inn on the Lake has vanished from the landscape as part of the redevelopment of the shoreline site on Canandaigua Lake.
PENN YAN — KanPak U.S., a leading supplier of beverages and desserts using aseptic processing technology and a subsidiary of Golden State Foods, recently hosted the groundbreaking of a 195,000-square-foot expansion to its current Penn Yan facility.
LYONS — Joan Delaro’s job can be tough sometimes.
NEWARK — Two Newark-based electronics manufacturers that will soon be neighbors in the Silver Hill Technology Park are reporting stronger earnings this month.
FAYETTE — Summer in the Finger Lakes region is filled with athletic events and competitions.
SENECA FALLS — If the town Zoning Board of Appeals grants a use variance, a Dollar General variety store could be built on the former SMS Field on Ovid St.
It was a pretty big deal when the Finger Lakes was named the Best Wine Region in an online competition sponsored by USA Today in 2018.
WATERLOO — The Seneca County Chamber of Commerce and Sessler Companies recently presented the 2019 Small Business of the Year Award to Waterloo Laundry Depot.
TYRE — For the third year in a row, del Lago Resort & Casino has been named tops in the region by the Rochester Business Journal and The Daily Record Reader Ranking Awards.
OVID — The menu at the Golden Buck has remained largely the same through the years, its focus on all-American comfort food consistent throughout.
TYRE — Two upstate state-licensed casinos have opened sports betting operations, while two others expect to open later this summer, including del Lago Resort & Casino.
SENECA FALLS — All that’s missing are lounging guests sipping exotic drinks with little umbrellas stuck on top.
GENEVA — Three colleges, a resurgent downtown and a setting at the head of one of the Finger Lakes gives the city advantages over many other communities.
LYONS — For years the Ginna Nuclear Power Plant in Ontario has been a significant source of tax revenue for Wayne County, the Wayne Central School District and the town of Ontario.
PHELPS — ValveTech Inc. didn't play a role in the original moon landing 50 years ago — the company wasn't founded until 1986 by Michael Mullally — but it is playing a big role presently in space travel and hopes to continue to do so into the future.
CLYDE — When people think of “food deserts” — defined as places where access to fresh food is limited — they often think of urban areas.
ROMULUS — Information about Earl Martin’s Seneca Dairy Systems project proposed for a 75-acre parcel on the former Seneca Army Depot was presented to the public Thursday.
TYRE — Lance Young has been named executive vice-president and general manager of the del Lago Resort & Casino, effective immediately.
NEWARK — Ultralife Corporation said it has scored a $10 million contract for one of its radio-charging products.
SENECA CASTLE — At 87, Cliff Kunes still makes it to work once in a while to the company he started 50 years ago. It’s not a long commute; in fact, the founder of Castle Harvester Metal Fabricators lives just across the street.
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SENECA FALLS — Restaurants have a few basic kitchen needs, like the equipment needed to cook food, as well as freeze and cool it.
PHELPS — The leader of a 99-year-old company spearheading high-speed broadband in the region has been honored for advancing the industry.
GENEVA — One of downtown’s newest businesses is the co-host of a Geneva Area Chamber of Commerce event celebrating the opening of its Finger Lakes office.
LYONS — A new project hopes to capture the commercial history of Lyons in pictures.
NEWARK — A company that almost ended up in the industrial graveyard is set to begin a new phase of growth.
WATERLOO — The Seneca County Industrial Development Agency will seek to be lead agency for the State Environmental Quality Review Act process for expansion of Seneca Dairy Systems LLC in Romulus.
SODUS POINT — Even while Lake Ontario water levels are reaching record heights and lakeshore communities continue to fight the encroaching water, Sodus Point Mayor Dave McDowell is confident his resort community will not only overcome the struggle but will deliver its usual dose of summertim…
WATERLOO — For Tim and Rachel Hoover, the key to more customers has been a bigger store.
GENEVA — Those who stopped into the old Patti’s Lakeview Diner were treated to not only good eats made from scratch but also a side of the restaurant’s operator, Patti Guererri, whose big personality made the visit complete.
NEWARK — A cannabidiol-products manufacturer plans to invest millions of dollars into the former Jackson & Perkins greenhouse complex, where it will grow hemp seed, hemp plants and process hemp for CBD products.
GENEVA — City entrepreneurs don’t need to go it alone when it comes to starting or growing their business.
VICTOR — The Finger Lakes Visitors Connection recognized the legacy of one of Ontario County’s most prominent winemakers, the late John Brahm, during its annual Tourism Legacy Awards ceremony at the New York Beer Project in Victor on May 13.
NEWARK — IEC Electronics is hosting a June 6 groundbreaking for its new manufacturing facility at Silver Hill Technology Park.
LODI — Where can one go in the Finger Lakes to enjoy two of the finest smells a nose can experience?
NEWARK — Ultralife officials say the company has acquired Southwest Electronic Energy Corporation, including its manufacturing and technology facility, for $25 million in cash.
NEWARK — It’s a seasonal thing for many folks in the ice cream business.
GENEVA — A change is coming to the corner of Seneca and Linden streets in downtown Geneva.
GENEVA — The Geneva Area Chamber of Commerce will host its 2019 Chamber Cup Golf Tournament on Wednesday at Silver Creek Golf Course in Waterloo.
NEWARK — The long-vacant St. Michael School on South Main Street is expected to have a new tenant soon.
ALBANY — A bill that would provide greater rights for the state’s farmworkers continues to draw criticism from the agriculture and business community, as well as state and local legislators.
LYONS — Four long-time businesses were honored last week as part of Wayne County’s National Small Business Week celebration.
GENEVA — Liz Dean isn’t a student at Hobart and William Smith Colleges, but the College Store on St. Clair Street is her first stop when she’s looking for a book.
GENEVA — A couple of “really rough years in the orchards” convinced Brian Nicholson and Red Jacket Orchards that it was time for another tweak of its business model.
GENEVA — The city’s Department of Public Words is scheduled to start paving select city streets starting Monday, weather permitting, said DPW Director Mark Perry.
WATERLOO — Tammy Hobby loves to cook and bake.