SENECA FALLS — With a sense of urgency, the Town Board Tuesday opened bids from five law firms or individual attorneys to provide legal services to the town in 2020.
SENECA FALLS — After a lengthy delay, the Seneca Meadows Inc. Article 78 lawsuit against the town over Local Law 3 of 2016 is now moving forward.
SENECA FALLS — The closure of a portion of heavily-traveled West Bayard Street due to a crumbling culvert was a major topic at Tuesday's Town Board meeting.
Crime and Courts
In a third and final matchup between the rivals North Penn-Liberty Mounties and the Wellsboro Hornets, Liberty took home the district championship in a polarizing game by a score of 3-1. Liberty closed out another convincing win, and took home their fourth straight district title in one of their most competitive matchups of the year. Despite winning by three sets, the Hornets competed aggressively all night long, and Caitlyn Callahan played as well as humanly possible to carry the Hornets to taking a set from Liberty, something a NTL school was yet to do all season.
Business and Economy
ALBANY — With more and more New Yorkers working in the “gig economy,” state lawmakers during the upcoming legislative session will be jockeying to offer bills that will give these workers, who include Uber and Lyft drivers, benefits like unemployment and workers compensation insurance as well as minimum wage protections.
BATH — The Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Southwest New York Dairy, Livestock and Field Crops Program has named Alycia Drwencke as a dairy management specialist.
Owners Dan and Katie DeCerbo were joined by Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul and other officials to cut the ribbon on a $1.5 million renovation of the historic Old Library Restaurant on South Union Street on Monday — the first project to wrap up under the city’s $10 million Downtown Revitalization Initiative award.
In continuing to bring our readers new and interesting information about your friends and neighbors, we are presenting our “What’s Your Story” series. This is a Q & A panel of 20 questions that we ask Randolph County Residents. The information is fun facts and good advice from them on various topics. We are interested in seeing what we can learn about our readers in 20 questions! Hope you enjoy!
Every person experiences stress at one time or another. Hearing a co-worker or family member say they are stressed has become so common that most of us probably fail to give it a second thought. But stress is not to be ignored, according to Kelly Hagan, AssuredPartners regional vice president of operations.
Nearly five years ago, approximately 40 employees at AssuredPartners’ Lexington, Kentucky, office raced around the building in their desk chairs, hustled up stairwells and participated in other unusual activities for the right to win “medals” – which were actually small plastic condiment cups spray-painted gold, silver and bronze.
As the 12th-largest and fastest-growing independent insurance agency in the united states, AssuredPartners has for the past three years been looking for ways to increase participation in wellness programs by its more than 5,000 employees.
Wellness is a trending topic, and rightfully so, but wellness isn’t limited to hitting the gym, getting in your three miles and cutting the sugar, fat and simple carbs out of your diet.