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  • Ruth Fields

    Issue 152

    Issue 152: October/November 2017
    Pursuing career as a certified nursing assistant
    Go to Issue - October/November 2017

  • Michael Harlovic Takes the Helm at Oswego Health

    Issue 151

    Issue 151: August/September 2017
    From Pittsburgh to Oswego: New CEO wants to make Oswego Health a destination facility, improve the patient experience and quality of service, and create a culture of ownership
    Go to Issue - August/September 2017

  • Malt Master

    Issue 150

    Issue 150: June/July 2017
    Noel McCarthy leads 1886 Malt House into modern era of craft beer brewing.
    Go to Issue - June/July 2017

  • John Cerniglia

    Issue 149

    Issue 149: April/May 2017
    Main concern is about matching physician with hospital, community
    Go to Issue - April/May 2017

  • 2017 Top Projects in Oswego County

    Issue 148

    Issue 148: February/March 2017
    Focus to continue on advanced manufacturing, energy production, health care, tourism and agri-business
    Go to Issue - February/March 2017

  • Sleeping Giant Mattress

    Issue 147

    Issue 147: December 2016/January 2017
    Owner, Corey Bryant
    Go to Issue - December 2016/January 2017

  • CNY Rising

    Issue 146

    Issue 146: October/November 2016
    Economic development officials have ambitious plans for transforming CNY’s economy and returning it to prosperity within five years. Will them work?
    Go to Issue - October/November 2016

  • New Hotel Expresses Hospitality

    Issue 145

    Issue 145: August/September 2016
    Holiday Inn Express & Suites adds to hospitality sector; first new major hotel built in Oswego in decades
    Go to Issue - August/September 2016

  • From Farm to Factory

    Issue 144

    Issue 144: June/July 2016
    New Huhtamaki plant manager has roots in local agriculture
    Go to Issue - June/July 2016

  • 'I Am That Lady'

    Issue 143

    Issue 143: April/May 2016
    Oswego resident Lauren Greutman reinvents herself and gets wide recognition
    Go to Issue - April/May 2016

  • Youngest Mayor in NYS

    Issue 142

    Issue 142: February/March 2016
    New city of Oswego mayor brings an unshakable approach to City Hall
    Go to Issue - February/March 2016

  • Turnaround Guy

    Issue 141

    Issue 141: December 2015/January 2016
    New CEO Charles ‘Chuck’ Gijanto determined to get Oswego Health on right track
    Go to Issue - December 2015/January 2016

  • Strictly Business

    Issue 140

    Issue 140: October/November 2015
    SUNY Oswego’s School of Business about enhanced resources, increased enrollments
    Go to Issue - October/November 2015

  • Working Together to Attract More Visitors

    Issue 139

    Issue 139: August/September 2015

    Go to Issue - August/September 2015

  • Dream Weaver

    Issue 138

    Issue 138: June/July 2015
    One-Stop Career Center operator Christine Weaver makes dreams come true for job seekers, employers looking for the right employee
    Go to Issue - June/July 2015

  • Chris Mitchell

    Issue 137

    Issue 137: April/May 2015
    After living in Maryland and Virginia, Syracuse native finds niche in Oswego
    Go to Issue - April/May 2015

  • Progress 2015 - Agribusiness

    Issue 136

    Issue 136: February/March 2015
    Growing number of active farms in Oswego County thanks to the Amish, veterans
    Go to Issue - February/March 2015

  • United Transition

    Issue 135

    Issue 135: December 2014/January 2015
    United Way of Greater Oswego County reinvents itself to meet changing times
    Go to Issue - December 2014/January 2015

  • Competing for $25,000

    Issue 134

    Issue 134: October/November 2014
    Five semifinalists selected for 2014 Oswego County ‘Next Great Idea’ Business Plan Competition
    Go to Issue - October/November 2014

  • Lake Ontario’s Ambassadors

    Issue 133

    Issue 133: August/September 2014

    Go to Issue - August/September 2014

  • The Next Generation

    Issue 132

    Issue 132: June/July 2014

    Go to Issue - June/July 2014

  • ‘Z’ as in ‘Zest’

    Issue 131

    Issue 131: April/May 2014
    With Zelko Kirincich
    Go to Issue - April/May 2014

  • Oswego County’s Fastest Growing Company

    Issue 130

    Issue 130: February/March 2014
    Felix Schoeller N.A. in Pulaski redefines itself, doubles production, workforce
    Go to Issue - February/March 2014

  • Is Nuke Industry Losing Steam?

    Issue 129

    Issue 129: December 2013/January 2014
    Economic perspective shows importance of nukes despite diminished role
    Go to Issue - December 2013/January 2014

  • $500,000,000...and Climbing

    Issue 128

    Issue 128: October/November 2013
    Pathfinder Bank assets escalate under Tom Schneider’s leadership
    Go to Issue - October/November 2013

  • Oswego County: The Next Wedding Destination?

    Issue 127

    Issue 127: August/September 2013
    Region needs some help if it is going to realize success in drawing weddings
    Go to Issue - August/September 2013

  • 2013 Forty Under 40 (1 of 2)

    Issue 126

    Issue 126: June/July 2013

    Go to Issue - June/July 2013

  • Will Barclay 10 Years Serving in Albany

    Issue 125

    Issue 125: April/May 2013
    Assemblyman from Pulaski brings moderate conservative approach to Albany, embraces thrill of legislating
    Go to Issue - April/May 2013

  • Major Boost for CNY

    Issue 124

    Issue 124: February/March 2013
    Novelis, Oswego County largest manufacturer, on time to complete major transformation, $200 million expansion project
    Go to Issue - February/March 2013

  • What’s Next for Bob Congel

    Issue 123

    Issue 123: December 2012/January 2013
    Destiny USA project not finalized yet, he says— more development could happen in land surrounding the mall
    Go to Issue - December 2012/January 2013

  • A New Banker in Town

    Issue 122

    Issue 122: October/November 2012
    Community Bank adds two branches — Oswego and Fulton — to its operations in Oswego County
    Go to Issue - October/November 2012

  • Growing a Pizzeria Chain

    Issue 121

    Issue 121: August/September 2012
    Tony Calascibetta, co-owner of Cam’s Pizzeria, just opened his 15th location in Baldwinsville.
    Go to Issue - August/September 2012

  • Grab Apple

    Issue 120

    Issue 120: June/July 2012
    The fresh cut industry is booming and a new apple processing facility in Oswego County wants to capitalize on the new trend
    Go to Issue - June/July 2012

  • Oswego Hospital’s Renovated Emergency Department Streamlined for Efficiency

    Issue 119

    Issue 119: April/May 2012

    Go to Issue - April/May 2012

  • Job Generation

    Issue 118

    Issue 118: February/March 2012
    $16 million expansion of Cayuga Community College in Fulton to stimulate economy, create jobs
    Go to Issue - February/March 2012

  • Deborah Stanley

    Issue 117

    Issue 117: December 2011 / January 2012
    15 years as SUNY Oswego president
    Go to Issue - December 2011 / January 2012

  • Trying to Make NYS More Business-Friendly

    Issue 116

    Issue 116: October/November 2011
    Welch Allyn CEO heads up powerful Empire State Development Corp. Her goal: ‘Eliminate obstacles to private sector job growth by making New York state more business-friendly’
    Go to Issue - October/November 2011

  • New Conference Center Promises to Stimulate Economy

    Issue 115

    Issue 115: August/September 2011
    Broadwell project looks to enhance region's tourism appeal
    Go to Issue - August/September 2011

  • The Big O

    Issue 114

    Issue 114: June/July 2011
    Oswego Speedway on track under guidance of new owners.
    Go to Issue - June/July 2011

  • WRVO: Sending a Strong Signal

    Issue 113

    Issue 113: April/May 2011
    Oswego-based NPR affiliate reinvents itself amid changing conditions
    Go to Issue - April/May 2011

  • Full Steam Ahead

    Issue 112

    Issue 112: February/March 2011
    Fulton Companies, a Global Business Based in Pulaski, Expanding Locally
    Go to Issue - February/March 2011

  • Golden Touch

    Issue 111

    Issue 111: December 2010/January 2011
    Oswego entrepreneur Bob Natoli expands his Timebuyer venture
    Go to Issue - December 2010/January 2011

  • Recipe for Success

    Issue 110

    Issue 110: October/November 2010
    With a successful new restaurant in Oswego, restauranteur Laurie O'Brien says she is trying to redefine the way people dine
    Go to Issue - October/November 2010

  • Destination Oswego County

    Issue 109

    Issue 109: August/September 2010
    Fishing, camping, events...What's bringing people to visit the area?
    Go to Issue - August/September 2010

  • 'Eds & Meds

    Issue 108

    Issue 108: June/July 2010
    Education, healthcare sectors - not manufacturing - lead economy through recession
    Go to Issue - June/July 2010

  • Auto Industry Rebounds After Freefall

    Issue 107

    Issue 107: April/May 2010
    Dealerships take step back to reassess strategy following slowdown
    Go to Issue - April/May 2010

  • The Kings of Donuts and Coffee

    Issue 106

    Issue 106: February/March 2010
    Fulton resident one of three partners in growing franchise business
    Go to Issue - February/March 2010

  • Building a Future

    Issue 105

    Issue 105: December 2009/January 2010
    Oswego Industries, ARC of Oswego County both are economic, social force
    Go to Issue - December 2009/January 2010

  • Cranberry: Oswego County is No.1 in New York State

    Issue 104

    Issue 104: October/November 2009
    Last year, owner Atoka grossed close to $2 million with local Williamstown farm
    Go to Issue - October/November 2009

  • The Producers

    Issue 103

    Issue 103: August/September 2009
    Power producers in Oswego County make county 'Energy Capital' of New York State
    Go to Issue - August/September 2009

  • Harborfest's New Leadership

    Issue 102

    Issue 102: June/July 2009
    Ready to 'play ball' - Tom Van Schaack arrives at Harborfest from the ranks of pro baseball
    Go to Issue - June/July 2009

  • Oswego County's Top Realtors

    Issue 101

    Issue 101: April/May 2009
    Combined they sold more than $9 million in real estate last year. Find out how they did it
    Go to Issue - April/May 2009

  • Top Projects to Watch

    Issue 100

    Issue 100: February/March 2009
    In 2009 big plans include ?green? projects, renewable, nuclear energy and a more competitive port
    Go to Issue - February/March 2009

  • The 40 under Forty

    Issue 99

    Issue 99: December 2008/January 2009
    Rising Stars
    Go to Issue - December 2008/January 2009

  • Small Businesses

    Issue 98

    Issue 98: October/November 2008
    They face tough odds, especially in the first year of operations. We've interviewed 11 people who recently started or expanded their business. They talk about opportunities and the challenges they have to face.
    Go to Issue - October/November 2008

  • The New Chairman

    Issue 97

    Issue 97: August/September 2008
    Barry Leemann: From Majority Leader to Chairman of the Oswego County Legislature
    Go to Issue - August/September 2008

  • Running the Show

    Issue 96

    Issue 96: June/July 2008
    Doug Waterbury, the new owner of the Renaissance Festival in Sterling, plans to expand
    Go to Issue - June/July 2008

  • 2008 Healthcare Heroes

    Issue 95

    Issue 95: April/May 2008
    Oswego County's Healthcare Heroes
    Go to Issue - April/May 2008

  • Manufacturing Renewable Energy

    Issue 94

    Issue 94: February/March 2008
    Series of projects transforming former Miller Brewery Co. site in Volney
    Go to Issue - February/March 2008

  • Franchising

    Issue 93

    Issue 93: December06/January07
    Model remains popular way of doing business. Its value can be measured in global proportions
    Go to Issue - December06/January07

  • Meet the New County Administrator

    Issue 92

    Issue 92: October/November 2007
    Phil Church has vast experience in county administration
    Go to Issue - October/November 2007

  • Harborfest at 20

    Issue 91

    Issue 91: August/September 2007
    Oswego event has evolved to be one of the biggest in New York state
    Go to Issue - August/September 2007

  • Women in Business

    Issue 90

    Issue 90: June/July 2007

    Go to Issue - June/July 2007

  • Thinking Big

    Issue 89

    Issue 89: April/May 2007
    There's nothing stopping Destiny USA developer Robert Congel
    Go to Issue - April/May 2007

  • New Oswego Health CEO

    Issue 88

    Issue 88: February/March 2007
    Ann Gilpin has experience, savvy to effectively lead healthcare institution. Will she succeed?
    Go to Issue - February/March 2007

  • 2006-07 Forty Under 40

    Issue 87

    Issue 87: December06/January07
    Rising stars
    Go to Issue - December06/January07

  • Will the Chambers Merge?

    Issue 86

    Issue 86: October/November 2006
    Advocates spell out advantages for Oswego and Fulton chambers in becoming one unified organization
    Go to Issue - October/November 2006

  • Tourism's Newest Player

    Issue 85

    Issue 85: August/September 2006
    Hotelier Roger Modi is investing more than $4 million in Oswego County
    Go to Issue - August/September 2006

  • Novelis' New Boss

    Issue 84

    Issue 84: June/July 2006
    A former Alcoa manager at the helm of Oswego County's largest manufacturer
    Go to Issue - June/July 2006

  • 2006 Oswego County's Healthcare Heroes

    Issue 83

    Issue 83: April/May 2006
    Health professionals who have made a difference
    Go to Issue - April/May 2006

  • Acting Mayor: New Beginnings for Oswego

    Issue 82

    Issue 82: February/March 2006

    Go to Issue - February/March 2006

  • The Cost of Delivering Babies

    Issue 81

    Issue 81: December 2005/January 2006
    Rising malpractice insurance rates challenge obstetricians
    Go to Issue - December 2005/January 2006

  • When Age is Not a Factor

    Issue 80

    Issue 80: October/November 2005
    More and more people in their 50s and older are starting businesses across the nation. Meet nine of them from CNY
    Go to Issue - October/November 2005

  • Harborfest's Catch-22

    Issue 79

    Issue 79: August/September 2005
    Festival hasn't had a surplus since 1998.
    Go to Issue - August/September 2005

  • The Push for a Fourth Nuclear Power Plant

    Issue 78

    Issue 78: June/July 2005

    Go to Issue - June/July 2005

  • Steve Thomas

    Issue 77

    Issue 77: April/May 2005
    What's Next?
    Go to Issue - April/May 2005

  • Home Grown Businesses

    Issue 76

    Issue 76: February/March 2005
    10 years of Micro Enterprise Program in Oswego have produced positive results
    Go to Issue - February/March 2005

  • 2004 Forty Under 40

    Issue 75

    Issue 75: December 2004/January 2005
    The Next Generation of Leaders
    Go to Issue - December 2004/January 2005

  • Battle Island Inn

    Issue 74

    Issue 74: October/November 2004
    Business thriving under new owners who bought it for $198,000
    Go to Issue - October/November 2004

  • Our Great Lake

    Issue 73

    Issue 73: August/September 2004
    Lake Ontario plays a big role in the Upstate New York economy, culture and recreational activities.
    Go to Issue - August/September 2004

  • Oswego County Weeklies: 80 Years Under the Backus Family

    Issue 72

    Issue 72: June/July 2004

    Go to Issue - June/July 2004

  • Getting Things Done in Albany

    Issue 71

    Issue 71: April/May 2004
    Unlike in the past when we had two people in Albany representing the area, we now have five. Does it help to have more voicing local concerns?
    Go to Issue - April/May 2004

  • Moving Oswego County Forward

    Issue 70

    Issue 70: February/March 2004
    Two rounds of layoffs, deep cuts in many departmental budgets and a siphoning of the entire general fund surplus has transformed the county from the good to the bad to the ugly in a matter of three years. And the worst may not be over.
    Go to Issue - February/March 2004

  • Ambassador Barclay

    Issue 69

    Issue 69: December 2003/January 2004

    Go to Issue - December 2003/January 2004

  • Movers & Shakers

    Issue 68

    Issue 68: October/November 2003
    100 People You Should Meet
    Go to Issue - October/November 2003

  • Is it Preparing Students for the Real World

    Issue 67

    Issue 67: August/September 2003
    With a new building and a new accreditation, the School of Business is having a great time. But is it preparing students well?
    Go to Issue - August/September 2003

  • 20 Years Promoting Economic Developement in Oswego County

    Issue 66

    Issue 66: June/July 2003
    Operation Oswego County has expanded a great deal in the last two decades, helping small and large businesses stay and grow in the area.
    Go to Issue - June/July 2003

  • A Bookstore in Oswego?

    Issue 65

    Issue 65: April/May 2003
    The river's end beats all the odds and continues to grow. In May it celebrates 5 years in business
    Go to Issue - April/May 2003

  • Striving For Excellence

    Issue 64

    Issue 64: February/March 2003
    Fulton resident John Conway's working to make Nine Mile Point a leader among nuclear power plants.
    Go to Issue - February/March 2003

  • $1 Million Challenge

    Issue 63

    Issue 63: December 2002/January 2003
    Local United Way Aims for a Record Breaking Campaign
    Go to Issue - December 2002/January 2003

  • Can Pulaski Thrive on Fishing Alone?

    Issue 62

    Issue 62: October/November 2002
    Pulaski is about to change because of the fisherman who flock to the village this time of the year. But what happens when they all leave?
    Go to Issue - October/November 2002

  • What's Next?

    Issue 61

    Issue 61: August/September 2002
    After a 12-year tenure in Albany and disgusted with the new re-districting, Assemblywoman Fran Sullivan announced she's not seeking re-election. Find out what's next for her. Also: What she wished she had done in Albany but couldn't do.
    Go to Issue - August/September 2002

  • Promoting Oswego County For 50 Years

    Issue 60

    Issue 60: June/July 2002
    Operation Oswego County is in the business of bringing business to Oswego County.
    Go to Issue - June/July 2002

  • Fulton Turns 100

    Issue 59

    Issue 59: April/May 2002
    Can Mayor Stafford Make it Grow Again?
    Go to Issue - April/May 2002

  • Wal-Mart Superstore Arriving in Oswego County

    Issue 58

    Issue 58: February/March 2002
    Nearly a year ago when Central Square business owners were questioned on the...
    Go to Issue - February/March 2002

  • Hot New Business

    Issue 57

    Issue 57: December 2001/January 2002
    HealthWay Lands in Oswego County
    Go to Issue - December 2001/January 2002

  • WRVO Expands

    Issue 56

    Issue 56: October/November 2001

    Go to Issue - October/November 2001

  • New Big Boss

    Issue 55

    Issue 55: August/September 2001
    Buddy Stemple has held various positions with Alcan: engineering, human resources, sales and marketing. Now he is the new plant manager in Oswego.
    Go to Issue - August/September 2001

  • Getting Bold

    Issue 54

    Issue 54: June/July 2001
    In a creative marketing initiative, local growers band together, hire a PR firm and reinvent the way they sell onions creating a new brand.
    Go to Issue - June/July 2001

  • $20 Mi Project

    Issue 53

    Issue 53: April/May 2001
    These are good times for Oswego Hospital's parent company, Health Inc. It's going through a major renovation project, estimated at about $20 million, and its CEO, Corte Spencer, is celebrating 20 years with the organization.
    Go to Issue - April/May 2001

  • Oswego - The Energy County

    Issue 52

    Issue 52: February/March 2001
    Changes in the Local Nuclear Energy Industry
    Go to Issue - February/March 2001

  • Sports Complex

    Issue 51

    Issue 51: December 2000/January 2001
    Soccer coach Anthony Richmond is close to putting his dream of seven years to the test. Will his $4.5 million sports complex, which opens this year between Fulton and Oswego, pay off?
    Go to Issue - December 2000/January 2001

  • Publishing 50 Issues of Oswego County Business

    Issue 50

    Issue 50: October/November 2000
    Oswego County Business has covered just about everything related to business in Oswego County.
    Go to Issue - October/November 2000

  • Hot Entrepreneurs

    Issue 49

    Issue 49: August/September 2000
    Why and how five entrepreneurs have handsomely succeeded in Oswego County. Profiles on Mike Brower, Terry LeRoy, Chuck Krupke, Steven Thomas and Bob Natoli.
    Go to Issue - August/September 2000

  • Hot Season

    Issue 48

    Issue 48: June/July 2000
    With three auto racing tracks, Oswego County has become a hot destination for auto racing fans. This year, the season promises to be even hotter: the Oswego Speedway is celebrating 50 years of operations.
    Go to Issue - June/July 2000

  • DOT-Com Fever

    Issue 47

    Issue 47: April/May 2000
    Three Online Newspapers, Thousands of New Small Business Websites and a Host of Web Designers. Is Oswego County Finally Catching Up?
    Go to Issue - April/May 2000

  • Issue 46

    Issue 46: February/March 2000
    Does It Really Mean Jobs?
    Go to Issue - February/March 2000

  • The Millennium?s Last New Businesses

    Issue 45

    Issue 45: December 1999/January 2000
    People who have started some of the last businesses of the millennium come from Texas, Florida and other parts of New York state. See what businesses they have started and why.
    Go to Issue - December 1999/January 2000

  • The Tough Job of Managing Oswego County

    Issue 44

    Issue 44: October/November 1999
    As the top county official, Administrator Jack Tierney has to juggle all sorts of things at a time that the county is going through profound economic changes. See how he is doing it.
    Go to Issue - October/November 1999

  • Oswego Cranberry

    Issue 43

    Issue 43: August/September 1999
    Oswego Cranberry Co. Plans to Become One of the Largest Agribusinesses in Upstate New York
    Go to Issue - August/September 1999

  • Downtown Areas Get Busy Again

    Issue 42

    Issue 42: June/July 1999
    Plans to Improve Villages and Towns Are Also Underway
    Go to Issue - June/July 1999

  • The Graying of Oswego County

    Issue 41

    Issue 41: April/May 1999
    The local elderly population is growing very rapidly, what kind of impact will this trend have on the county?
    Go to Issue - April/May 1999

  • Issue 40

    Issue 40: February/March 1999
    Crysteel Ready For Full Speed Production
    Go to Issue - February/March 1999

  • Oswego County's Hottest Sports

    Issue 39

    Issue 39: December 1998/January 1999
    Snowmobiling Has Become the Hottest Sport in Oswego County
    Go to Issue - December 1998/January 1999

  • The Final Days Before the Merger

    Issue 38

    Issue 38: October/November 1998
    Will This Be Good for Oswego County?
    Go to Issue - October/November 1998

  • The Canal Corridor Project Starts to Take Shape

    Issue 37

    Issue 37: August/September 1998
    A project that's been talked about for two years, the Canal Corridor Redevelopment, is finally taking shape
    Go to Issue - August/September 1998

  • Toward the Next Century

    Issue 36

    Issue 36: June/July 1998
    More jobs, more development, more recreational options and better use of the waterways are some of the projects for the next five years.
    Go to Issue - June/July 1998

  • How Oswego County is Building New Leaders

    Issue 35

    Issue 35: April/May 1998
    Leadership Oswego County
    Go to Issue - April/May 1998

  • What Will Change Under Deborah Stanley

    Issue 34

    Issue 34: February/March 1998
    Oswego State's 10th President, Deborah F. Stanley, is Settling Into Her New Role.
    Go to Issue - February/March 1998

  • The First Graduates

    Issue 33

    Issue 33: December 1997/January 1998
    The First Successful Businesses Graduate From the Incubator
    Go to Issue - December 1997/January 1998

  • Very Strong Despite Setbacks

    Issue 32

    Issue 32: October/November 1997
    They're Making It in Oswego County
    Go to Issue - October/November 1997

  • 50 Years... And Still Going

    Issue 31

    Issue 31: August/September 1997
    Several Businesses Are Celebrating Their 50th Anniversary This Year.
    Go to Issue - August/September 1997

  • Keeping Up With Times

    Issue 30

    Issue 30: June/July 1997
    In The Fight For More Customers, Local Banks Modernize.
    Go to Issue - June/July 1997

  • The SUNY MBA Program

    Issue 29

    Issue 29: April/May 1997
    Community Awaits New Opportunities
    Go to Issue - April/May 1997

  • Young and Successful

    Issue 28

    Issue 28: February/March 1997
    Six young and successful Oswego County business owners are profiled.
    Go to Issue - February/March 1997

  • Growing Faster

    Issue 27

    Issue 27: December 1996/January 1997
    The Southern Portion of Oswego County Has Experienced Steady Growth in Recent Years.
    Go to Issue - December 1996/January 1997

  • The Movers and Shakers

    Issue 26

    Issue 26: October/November 1996

    Go to Issue - October/November 1996

  • Marketing Oswego County

    Issue 25

    Issue 25: August/September 1996
    Attracting New Jobs is Increasingly Tougher These Days...
    Go to Issue - August/September 1996

  • The Canal Recreationway Plan

    Issue 24

    Issue 24: June/July 1996
    Harboring the key to unlock tourist dollars
    Go to Issue - June/July 1996

  • The New Graduates Go Into Business

    Issue 23

    Issue 23: April/May 1996
    More than 60 people have attended Oswego's Micro Enterprise Program. Sixteen of them are already in business. Will they make it in the long run?

  • Attracting Industries to the Industrial Park

    Issue 22

    Issue 22: February/March 1996
    The Phoenix Industrial Park. Since its first tenant opened its doors ten years ago, the park has been an important economic development tool.

  • Toward the Year 2000

    Issue 21

    Issue 21: December 1995/January 1996
    More members, more community involvement and new projects. Local chambers of commerce are finally coming together.

  • Business 101: Finding the Right Niche

    Issue 20

    Issue 20: October/November 1995
    From greeting cards making to chimney cleaning, local entrepreneurs try to find the right niche. Are they finding it?

  • Turning Our Garbage Into Big Bucks

    Issue 19

    Issue 19: August/September 1995
    Is it trash? Well, think again. Your dumpster may have highly marketable commodities. Also, Alcan's Recycle II plant starts operation.

  • The Smallest Great Lake

    Issue 18

    Issue 18: June/July 1995
    Perhaps Central New York's greatest asset, Lake Ontario brings life and progress to the area. Who gets the most of it?

  • In its Best Year Ever, Nine Mile One Turns 25

    Issue 15

    Issue 15: December 1994/January 1995
    Nine Mile Point One celebrates 25 years in operation in Dec. with one of the best years in history. Plant officials say plant could be top in the country in performance.

  • Managing Our Savings Banks

    Issue 14

    Issue 14: October/November 1994
    While scores of banks have gone under, the three savings banks in Oswego County are opening or buying new branches & breaking records in deposits & assets.

  • Trophy Fishing and More . . .

    Issue 13

    Issue 13: August/September 1994
    Sure, fishing is the big thing here. But increasing numbers of successful businesses have become big players in the local tourism industry.

  • The Making of CNYs Largest Fairs

    Issue 12

    Issue 12: June/July 1994
    Fairs & festivals in Oswego County & CNY draw hundreds of thousands of people each season, becoming big business & offering inexpensive entertainment.

  • The Area's Most Powerful Women

    Issue 11

    Issue 11: April/May 1994
    Women may still complain about the Good Old Boys' network, but their influence and power in Oswego County increases every day.

  • Producing Nuclear Power at FitzPatrick

    Issue 10

    Issue 10: February/March 1994
    Once troubled by poor management and technical deficiencies, FitzPatrick is now off the NRC "Watch List"

  • Will the New Business Owners Succeed?

    Issue 9

    Issue 9: December 1993/January 1994
    Despite the pitfalls and the odds, people from all over the area continue to seek out the American dream of owning a business. We profile seven of them.

  • SUNY-Oswego and the Private Sector

    Issue 8

    Issue 8: October/November 1993
    In five years as president of SUNY-Oswego, Dr. Stephen Weber has reshaped the way the college relates with community, bringing it closer to local businesses.

  • Tourism: Our 100 Million Dollar Industry

    Issue 7

    Issue 7: August/September 1993
    Fairs, festivals, car racing, camping and fishing have helped turn tourism in Oswego County into a $100 million industry.

  • Small and Very Successful Business

    Issue 6

    Issue 6: June/July 1993
    Willingness to work hard, ability to latch onto a good idea, commitment to customer service, good employee relations and involvement in the community - these are some of the secrets that have helped five small business owners to become very successful.

  • The Big Guys in Oswego County

    Issue 5

    Issue 5: April/May 1993
    In an interview with Steve Macoy, plant managers Curt Norpell of Nestle, Jack Morrison of Alcan and Ken Michaelchuck talk about their careers and their companies.

  • 1993 Economic Outlook

    Issue 4

    Issue 4: February/March 1993
    Three "Progress Stories" discuss new trends in Oswego County, the recession and the opinion of local business leaders.

  • Family Business in Oswego County

    Issue 3

    Issue 3: December 1992/January 1993
    Members of four family-owned businesses discuss the problems, hopes and other issues they face in their businesses.

  • Executive Women in Oswego County

    Issue 2

    Issue 2: October/November 1992
    Are there executive women in Oswego County with its wide-open rural spaces and its often conservative attitudes? Reporter Christina Parker answers that question.

  • Issue 1

    Issue 1: August/September 1992

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.