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Wayne County entrepreneurs eligible for startup funding (access required)

The Wayne Economic Development Corp. has opened applications for its Startup Pitch Competition, open to all Wayne County residents with a business in the concept stage or with fewer than three years in operation and less than $250,000 in annual ...

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Wayne County manufacturer to expand, add 20 jobs (access required)

A Wayne County manufacturer is planning to grow its operations in the town of Savannah. The move is expected to add or retain more than 60 jobs. Pearl Technologies, an industrial cutter manufacturer, will renovate and upgrade its Seneca Street ...

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Pace Electronics to expand, add 15 jobs (access required)

Electronics contract manufacturer Pace Electronics will expand its operations in the Wayne County town of Williamson and construct a new 55,000 square-foot facility. The project is expected to add 15 jobs and retain 28. Empire State Development will assist the ...

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Wayne County gears up for apple tourism in October (access required)

Apple producers in Wayne County are readying their farm stands, cideries and other apple-oriented businesses for the annual Wayne County Apple Tasting Tour in October. The tour lasts the entire month of October, hosted by 12 Wayne County businesses. Special ...

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IEC Electronics to build $20M plant (access required)

IEC Electronics Corp. will invest more than $20 million to construct a state-of-the-art facility in Newark, Wayne County. The electronic manufacturing solutions provider plans to create up to 362 new jobs and retain 463 positions at the 150,000-square-foot facility to ...

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State urges New Yorkers to put up Christmas trees from the Empire State (access required)

You’ve seen the Taste NY signs around the state. New York state officials are trying to make this Christmas what could be called “Tree NY.” On Tuesday, state Agriculture Commissioner Richard Ball urged fellow New Yorkers to buy locally grown ...

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