About Us

    Oswego County Business is the only business magazine in Central New York and was founded in 1992 by a former newspaper reporter, Wagner Dotto. The publication is devoted to covering business and economic development in Central New York (Oswego and Onondaga counties). It has received numerous awards from both the Oswego County Press Club and the Syracuse Press Club. In 1999 it was recognized as the “Media Advocate of the Year” by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). In 1997 it was incorporated as Local News, Inc.

    Local News, Inc. is based at 185 East Seneca St. in Oswego

    Mailing address: P.O. Box 276, Oswego, NY 13126
    Phone: (315) 342-8020
    Fax: (315) 342-7776
    Email: Info@OswegoCountyBusiness.com

    Local News, Inc. publishes the following titles

    Oswego County Business Magazine
    A magazine discussing business and economic development in Central New York
    Circulation: 6,500/7,000 copies (about 27,000 readers)
    Frequency: Bi-monthly (every other month)
    Readers: Business and professional people in Central New York

    Business Guide
    A magazine listing and updating information on the largest employers in Northern and Central New York (Oswego, Onondaga, Madison, Jefferson and Cayuga).
    Circulation: 3,500 copies
    Frequency: Annual
    Readers: Business and professional people in Central New York

    Summer Guide
    A magazine featuring stories about summer and fall activities in Upstate New York, including listing of events
    Circulation: 40,000 copies
    Frequency: Annual
    Readers: Visitors and local residents

    Winter Guide
    A magazine featuring stories about winter activities in Upstate New York, including listing of events
    Circulation: 15,000 copies
    Frequency: Annual
    Readers: Visitors and local residents

    College Life
    Newspaper serving the needs of students at State University of New York at Oswego and Cayuga Community College in Fulton
    Circulation: 10,000 copies
    Frequency: Twice a year (fall and spring)
    Readers: College students, local residents

    In Good Health — Central New York’s Healthcare Newspaper
    A healthcare newspaper serving the needs of health providers and health consumers in Central New York
    Circulation: 35,000 copies
    Frequency: Monthly
    Readers: Physicians, healthcare professionals, healthcare consumers in Onondaga, Oswego, Cayuga and Madison counties

    In Good Health — Rochester-Genesee Valley Healthcare Newspaper
    A healthcare newspaper serving the needs of health providers and health consumers in Rochester and Genesee Valley
    Circulation: 30,000 copies
    Frequency: Monthly
    Readers: Physicians, healthcare professionals, healthcare consumers in Monroe, Ontario and Wayne counties

    In Good Health — Mohawk Valley’s Healthcare Newspaper
    A healthcare newspaper serving the needs of health providers and health consumers in Oneida, Herkimer and Otsego counties
    Circulation: 25,000 copies
    Frequency: Monthly
    Readers: Physicians, healthcare professionals, healthcare consumers in Utica-Rome (Oneida County), Herkimer and Otsego counties

    Central New York Healthcare Guide
    A magazine listing and updating information on healthcare providers in Central New York. Special “Resource Directory” section lists region’s not-for-profit organizations, support groups and more
    Circulation: 10,000 copies
    Frequency: Annual
    Readers: Subscribers to In Good Health in Central New York, health providers, consumers

    55PLUS
    A magazine for active adults in Upstate New York discussing health, finances, travel and entertainment
    Circulation: 20,000 copies
    Frequency: Quarterly
    Readers: Active adults, physicians, healthcare professionals, healthcare consumers in Central New York

Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 152

Issue 152
October/November 2017

Cover Story

Profiles

Kathryn J. Connell

On The Job

“Do you encourage your employees to get additional training?”

Success Stories

Chase Enterprises

My Turn

Jobs of Yesteryear Not Coming Back

Economic Trends

The Shift in Manufacturing Jobs

Last Page

Ronald Woodward Sr.