Oswego County Business Magazine

Bracing for the Worst
A sign leading into the Business Expansion Center in Oswego details precautionary measures people are being advised to take in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Bracing for the Worst

Coronavirus threat changing lifestyles of many Oswego County residents By Lou Sorendo Although there are no confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Oswego County, residents are hunkering down in anticipation…

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John Halleron
John Halleron is a senior business adviser at Small Business Development Center, Office of Business and Community Relations, SUNY Oswego.

John Halleron

Lack of a qualified, motivated workforce one of the toughest obstacles small businesses face, says senior business adviser By Lou Sorendo Q.: What do you believe are some of the…

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Best Foot Forward: Snowshoeing in Oswego County
A participant in the 2018 Stonewall Snowshoe competition organized by Winona Forest Recreation Association. It’s one of the many ways people can enjoy snowshoeing in Oswego County.

Best Foot Forward: Snowshoeing in Oswego County

By Tim Nekritz nekritz@gmail.com While the sport of snowshoeing is too granular and off-the-radar an activity to have a specific economic impact measured at this time, events around the county…

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Oswego Still Riding High
Construction of the LITATRO (acronym for “Luck is the Ability to recognize opportunity”) building, seen as the future cornerstone of downtown Oswego, is well under way and ahead of schedule. It will be a five-story, mixed-use hub for businesses and 21 upscale apartments. Restaurants on the first floor and a rooftop deck are expected, as is underground parking.

Oswego Still Riding High

Downtown Revitalization Initiative projects coming to fruition; new spirit of prosperity returning to Port City By Lou Sorendo The city of Oswego is still riding high on the momentum created…

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