Departments

L. Michael Treadwell ooc@oswegocounty.org ‘As we look to the future, we must remain flexible in how we do business. It will not be business as usual. However, with creativity, perseverance …
By Jim Terwilliger ‘What is important is knowing how to adjust your retirement planning strategy to exploit [the CARES ACT] provisions in a way that is most beneficial to you.’ …
By Bruce Frassinelli bfrassinelli@ptd.net ‘I would have liked to have known is that the road to the top is not a six-lane superhighway but more like a pothole-infested secondary road’ …

Sara Sunday

Oswego County Office for the Aging director navigates area seniors through the uncertainty of global pandemic By Lou Sorendo Q.: Among the many services that the Oswego County Office for …
Interviews by Deborah Jeanne Sergeant “There’s been a lot of conversations we’ve had on Zoom meetings with our board of directors who represents various industries. For the economy to come …

Malbert Dela Pena

Entrepreneur opens Upward Graphics in Fulton two years after immigrating to the U.S. from the Philippines By Payne Horning Malbert Dela Pena has been operating Upward Graphics, a screen-printing and …
By Wagner Dotto It’s time to rebuild the economy — with purpose and determination. After more than two months on pause, we couldn’t be more relieved that this coronavirus pandemic …

The Philippines

Once an American colony, country consists of over 7,000 islands — it has mountains, caves, white waters and many great beaches By Sandra Scott The Philippines were colonized in 1521 by …
Stayin’ alive? Musicians go on in the time of pandemic By Tim Nekritz nekritz@gmail.com ‘When music is your lifeblood and your livelihood, the show must go on. That’s what performers …
By Melissa Gardner ‘When you share a photo or attend a call on video, stop worrying about your appearance. You are not alone to be unshaven, wearing glasses, without makeup …