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By Tim Nekritz nekritz@gmail.com The Children’s Museum of Oswego closing from March to August was a challenge, because it took away peak time for field trips, as well as the …
L. Michael Treadwell ooc@oswegocounty.org ‘All these projects are examples of great growth in Oswego County. That growth is a much-needed positive sign during the pandemic. It’s proof of our strength, …
By Richard L. Weber, Esq. Ensuring a smooth transition to the next generation of family ownership can be challenging and requires careful preparation and execution. Family-owned and operated businesses are …
By Jim Miller ‘Because reverse mortgages are complex loans, all borrowers are required to get counseling through a HUD-approved independent counseling agency before taking one out.’ Massive job losses, a …

Brandon Schwerdt

Oswego County Airport manager: Federal funding for runway rehab propels Oswego County Airport to new heights By Lou Sorendo Q.: The Oswego County Airport has been awarded $213,200 in Federal …
Interviews by Deborah Jeanne Sergeant With less than a few weeks until the holiday season kicks off with Thanksgiving, many are considering now what they plan to do to celebrate …

Gail Jones

By Lou Sorendo Making the jump from being an employee to a business owner: Fulton florist and owner of DeVine Designs by Gail parlays experience, knowledge into gratifying career Q.: …
By Wagner Dotto We’re excited to work on the 2021 Business Guide, listing the largest companies in the region. We’re in the process of mailing letters to more than 500 …
By Sandra Scott Discover the roots of Western Civilization, relax on one of the many sun-soaked beaches or island hop in the Aegean and Ionian Seas. Explore Greece, the land …
By Bruce Frassinelli bfrassinelli@ptd.net ‘Do our political servants today have more scandals than their predecessors, or is it that today’s news media are more probing, and scandals and sexual indiscretions …