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Adirondack Community College to Offer Job Training

SUNY Colleges will be using a million dollars in state grant money to provide training for nearly 5,000 private and public sector jobs. In the North Country, 7 companies will benefit from the training program being offered through the Adirondack Community College. Jody Tosti reports.  Go to full article

Stream International Job Fair Draws Huge Crowd to Watertown

State economic developers are thrilled with the turnout at the Stream International job fair held this week. They say Watertown is one step closer to landing a customer service center that promises up to 900 jobs. David Sommerstein has more.  Go to full article

Stream International Job Fair Opens Today in Watertown

North Country officials are betting on a strong showing at a Watertown job fair that opens today. Stream International wants proof of an ample work force before it builds a customer service center in Watertown that would create up to 900 new jobs. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

Watertown Developers Court Stream International Customer Service Center

The economic development engines of the western half of the North Country are at full throttle to convince Stream International to locate a customer service center in Watertown. The company says it would create up to 900 new jobs--a major investment in a recessed economy. David Sommerstein reports the opportunity hinges largely on how many qualified people show up at next week's job fair.  Go to full article

Job Fair Key to Business Relocation

Stream International has been looking to locate in New York for almost two years has plans to move into the City Center Plaza in Watertown. But negotiations depend on local response to an upcoming job fair. Jody Tosti reports.  Go to full article

Alcoa: Planning A Future in the North When the Economy Goes South

When economists recently announced the country was in a recession, most people already knew. In Massena, Alcoa workers have been feeling the pinch of a lagging economy for over a year now. After its latest round of layoffs and early retirements, the company is assessing its needs for the future. More layoffs are possible. But as David Sommerstein reports, hints of a market turnaround may help dispel worries of further cutbacks.  Go to full article

Paper Mill Purchase Could Mean More Jobs

A Swedish corporation announced Wednesday it will purchase a South Glens Falls paper mill for 92 million dollars. Company officials say the deal could mean more jobs.  Go to full article

Grants Address the Shortage in Health Care Workers

Martha Foley talks with Richard Merchant about addressing the shortage of health care workers with grants to encourage careers in health care.  Go to full article

No End in Sight for Three-Month-Long Finch Pruyn Strike

The strike at the Finch Pruyn mill in Glens Falls is approaching the three month mark. With no talks scheduled, workers are organizing winter coat and food drives for union families. Brian Mann reports.  Go to full article

Union Voted in at United Helpers

United Helpers Canton Nursing home workers voted in favor of unionization on Friday, during an election overseen by the National Labor Relations Board. About 140 Licensed Practical Nurses, Certified Nurses Assistants and other support staff will now be part of the Service Employees International Union. Jody Tosti reports.  Go to full article

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