Saturday, January 19, 2019

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2019 45th Anniversary Colgate Women’s Games

Nation’s Best Track Talent Head to Semi-Finals of 2019 45th Anniversary Colgate Women’s Games

BROOKLYN, N.Y. /New York Netwire/ -- From an initial field of thousands, some 445 girls and young women from elementary-school-through-college and beyond, have persevered through four preliminary meets at Pratt Institute and scored points to earn a spot in the semi-finals of the nation's largest track series for women, the 45th anniversary Colgate Women's Games Track and Field Series (Jan. 5-7, 2019).
Klingenstein Fields Wealth Advisors (KFWA)

Klingenstein Fields Wealth Advisors – In Memoriam: Frederick A. Klingenstein

NEW YORK, N.Y. /New York Netwire/ -- The Members of Klingenstein Fields Wealth Advisors (KFWA) mourn the passing of Fred Klingenstein, a founding member of the firm and Chairman Emeritus. Together with his brother, John Klingenstein, and colleague, Kenneth H. Fields, Fred established the firm in 1989 to provide investment advice and guidance to high-net-worth individuals and families. Prior to KFWA, Fred was CEO of Wertheim & Company and Co-Chairman of Wertheim-Schroder & Company.
Kiara Davis and My'khiyah Williams

East Coast Track Stars Celebrate Christmas with Outstanding Performances at 45th Anniversary Colgate Women’s Games

BROOKLYN, N.Y. /New York Netwire/ -- Rising young stars and returning champions from all over the East Coast shared the spotlight at the second preliminary of the 2018 Colgate Women's Games (Dec. 21-23), the nation's largest amateur track and field series for women. Thousands of girls and women from first grade through college and beyond, many traveling from as far as New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Virginia and Georgia chose to celebrate Christmas weekend on the track at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. (VIDEO)

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NY Governor Andrew Cuomo

NY Gov. Cuomo Announces Western New York Workforce Development Challenge Awardees: Six Local Not-for-Profits to Receive $4.2M In Training

ALBANY, N.Y. /New York Netwire/ -- This past week (Dec. 14, 2018), NY Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced $4.2 million in funding from the first round the Western New York Workforce Development Challenge has been awarded to six local not-for-profit organizations. The program will ensure the region's workforce pipeline meets industry demands in sectors such as advanced manufacturing, health and life sciences, and energy.
NY Governor Cuomo Proclaims July 18 Billy Joel Day

NY Governor Cuomo Proclaims July 18 Billy Joel Day in New York State

MANHATTAN, N.Y. /New York Netwire/ -- N.Y. Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today proclaimed July 18 Billy Joel Day in New York State at the...

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