Oswego County Business Magazine

Local Drone Company Wins $500,000 Innovation Prize
Pollinating drones operated by Syracuse-based Dropcopter fly 10 feet above the treetops. Pollinating via drone helps farmers maximize their window for pollination.

Local Drone Company Wins $500,000 Innovation Prize

Syracuse-based Dropcopter builds custom drones for pollination By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant While farmers have been using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to efficiently scout fields for crop issues and to take…

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First DBA in 2020: One Cut Above
William Barry has invested over $20,000 into equipment for his landscaping business, including excavation machinery that will allow him to install underground water lines. He was the first person to file a doing business as (DBA) in Oswego County.

First DBA in 2020: One Cut Above

Local veteran opens landscaping business to take control of life after PTSD diagnosis By Alexander Plate William Barry rang in the new decade by taking the next step in opening…

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Pulaski Gets Taste of Brazil
Lenny Costa next to a wine rack in his Casa Brazil Restaurant & Hotel in Pulaski. “The majority of people who visit us are now regular returning customers who appreciate freshly made-to-order flavorful food,” he says

Pulaski Gets Taste of Brazil

Brazilian steakhouse adds diversity to Pulaski-area dining scene By Lou Sorendo For Lenny Costa, owner of Casa Brazil Restaurant & Hotel, 3866 state Route 13, Pulaski, dining not only nourishes…

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Tavern on the Lock
Fillet with asiago cheese and mashed potatoes with gravy on the side ($18.99).

Tavern on the Lock

Lock, stock, and many warm plates at this Fulton restaurant By Christopher Malone There is something warm about a winter’s walk down to Tavern on the Lock in Fulton. After…

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