business guide 2021

2021 Business Guide

Virtual Shopping

Brick-and-mortar retail facing challenges to capture share of holiday shoppers’ dollars By Lou Sorendo COVID-19 is further fueling the trend toward online holiday shopping, causing an impact that is decimating

Small Business Training Class

SUNY Oswego’s Business Resource Center will host a small business training class for those interested in expanding or starting a small business in Oswego County. Classes will be held Monday,

financial relief

After the initial round of loans this Spring, there are still funds available for loans to businesses in need due to the strain of COVID-19. We are receiving numerous new

SYR Clothing

By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Just before the birth of their baby, Matt and Taylor Sourwine birthed their company, SYR Clothing, which shares their love for the Salt City. “It was

People enjoying some of the attactions at Greek Peak Mountain.

Operators believe more skiers will hit the slopes this season because it provides the opportunity to get out of the house and be active By Mary Beth Roach Outside is

building materials

Contractor: Same project that cost $2,300 in the spring, now goes for $8,300 By Ken Sturtz In the spring Joe Spereno furnished an estimate for a woman who wanted a


By Ken Sturtz As the COVID-19 virus upended day-to-day life and plunged Americans into financial calamity, nonprofits sprang to action: emergency food, mental health care, medical treatment, social services, education,

Ryan Galloway, right, joins the business started by Thomas Galloway (seated) and run by his father, Bill Galloway.

Third-generation real estate specialist ramps up role at Century 21 Galloway Realty When Thomas Galloway and his late wife Bridget began independently selling real estate and insurance out of their

Me’Shae Rolling

Me’Shae Rolling became president of Upstate Minority Economic Alliance in September. She shares her plans to grow the group, which already has about 150 members By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Me’Shae