As a group of government officials walked down Glen Street in Glens Falls on Wednesday, they stopped at every third restaurant or store to shake hands with the owners.
At hand is the $20 billion semiconductor manufacturing operation near Ohio's capital. The facility will employ 3,000 people with an average salary of around $135,000.
Warren County ranked second only to southern neighbor Albany County in annual business formation growth, according to the Center for Economic Growth.
With a $250 million program, the state hopes to revitalize abandoned properties across New York.
The Greater Glens Falls Local Development Corp. is accepting loan applications for the Glens Falls DRIVE initiative designed to provide limited funding to new startups and "young small businesses."
The Warren County EDC hosted multiple speakers to highlight challenges that the county is facing in terms of economic and community development.
The governor has proposed a new NY Forward program, modeled after the Downtown Revitalization Initiative, but for hamlets and villages.
The village of Greenwich and towns of Dresden and Kingsbury will receive a total of $803,360 in state funds for community projects in 2022.
New York State's economic development agency on Thursday made public portions of four documents that were part of a study commissioned by the Buffalo Bills on possible sites for a new stadium.
Assemblywoman Carrie Woerner, D-Round Lake, has announced over $9.7 million in state funding was awarded to Washington and Saratoga counties through the state's Regional Economic Development Council initiative.
The Glens Falls Common Council will hold a public hearing on Nov. 23 to discuss the proposed 2022 general fund budget of $20.8 million.
Tuesday's hearing represented a rare opportunity for the community to publicly take a stand on a process that has been mostly behind-the-scenes, aside from consultant reports and occasional statements by the governor, Erie County executive or Pegula representatives.
The race to represent the city's 4th Ward on the Common Council features two candidates focused on neighborhood investment.
Glens Falls officials are reassessing their options after learning the cost to construct a year-round community center along South Street under the city's Downtown Revitalization Initiative would exceed the allotted budget by more than $2 million.
A disc golf tournament benefiting a fund started in memory of Ed Bartholomew, the city’s former mayor and longtime economic development director who died last year, will be held at Crandall Park in September.
Moreau officials have no good reason to block a marijuana growing and processing operation proposed for Route 9.
Four towns in the northwest corner of Saratoga County are cooperating in a promotional push to attract new residents.
The city's Common Council on Tuesday appointed a new director of economic development just hours before the city issued a request for proposals to construct a year-round farmers market on South Street — the centerpiece of the city's $10 million Downtown Revitalization Initiative.
Matt Simpson ran his own drywall business, worked as a plow wingman and has served in public office from planning board to town supervisor. Now he's running for Assembly.
Republican David Catalfamo is challenging Assemblywoman Carrie Woerner, D-Round Lake, for the 113th Assembly District seat.