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Novelis Inc., the world leader in aluminum rolling and recycling, today announced plans to invest approximately $130 million to upgrade its operations in Oswego, NY, to meet growing customer demand for sustainable, aluminum flat

With recent staffing challenges affecting all industries, specifically healthcare and long-term care, Oswego Health has announced it will move its starting hourly rate to $15 effective October 11, 2021. This

Naming of arena and convocation hall in the Marano Campus Center pays tribute to retiring president after 26 years at the helm of SUNY Oswego OSWEGO, N.Y. – Donors, led

Operation Oswego County held its 69th annual meeting online on Wednesday, July 14. Ellen Holst, president of the OOC board of directors, welcomed approximately 50 representatives of businesses, government, education,

It received the Award of Excellence in Overall Tourism Marketing by a Private Sector Entity.  By Steve Yablonski One of New York State’s newest tourism websites,, was recognized at

I felt very comfortable handing the reins to him, I’ll tell you that, Theresa (Bosco) Himes said By Steve Yablonski The steady stream of vehicles in and out of the


It really came down to our inability to safely have Harborfest, the executive director explained By Steve Yablonski Oswego Harborfestivals today announced “with deepest regret” they have decided to cancel Harborfest

Little or no deposit cellular casino is definitely a relatively brand-new phenomenon appeared about the gambling horizon thanks to the cellular technology breakthrough.

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Oswego Health, a community-centered healthcare system with 17 locations, has publicly launched its comprehensive fundraising campaign to invest in and advance its mission of best-in-class healthcare. Patient-centered care is at


Eastside Nutrition offers natural ways to stay healthy during the pandemic and beyond By Steve Yablonski It’s not healthy to open a new business during a pandemic. Or, is it?


The family-owned, locally operated business will open this fall in the former Friendly’s site The quick-service Tully’s Chicken Tender Concept is coming to Oswego. Tully’s Good Times restaurants will open

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The Greater Pulaski Community Endowment Fund is now accepting grant applications from nonprofit organizations serving the Village of Pulaski or the Town of Richland. The grant application deadline is May 15.


Oswego County looks to local businesses for the ‘Next Great Idea’ “The Next Great Idea Oswego County Business Plan Competition” (NGI) is calling for entries for the 2021 competition, which


The Syracuse native brings more than 17 years’ worth of experience to the job. “We are gearing up to hopefully provide in-person library service soon,” she says By Steve Yablonski

OCFCU’s 5,000-square-foot branch will be the fifth office of the local credit union. It will open in the former Kraftees College Town site, 242 W. Seneca St. in May.

By Steve Yablonski The new site is expected to open in mid-May and will provide more space, access to safe deposit boxes and more. Oswego County Federal Credit Union plans to

The Oswego Health is the recipient of Community Investor Award was presented by the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce.

Event celebrates members for their ability to adapt, innovate and endure Community leaders share opportunities driving recovery and progress The Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce (GOFCC) today hosted its 2021

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‘We need humanity brought back into health care,’ he says By Steve Yablonski An elderly woman died alone, in an unfamiliar facility due to Albany bureaucracy, according to Joseph Murabito,

Pandemic has been good for businesses that sell fitness equipment. Andy Venditti, owner of the Syracuse Fitness Store, said his sales were up more than 100% in 2020 compared to 2019.

By Payne Horning When it comes to setting New Year’s resolutions, fitness goals are nothing new, but exactly how people choose to get in shape this year may be changing.

Pictured are, Ed Alberts (left), owner of Wired Telcom and winner of 2018 Next Great Idea Oswego County Business Plan Competition, and Austin Wheelock (right), NGI Chairperson.

“The Next Great Idea Oswego County Business Plan Competition” (NGI) is calling for entries for this year’s competition which culminates with $80,000 in prizes, said NGI Chairperson Austin Wheelock, deputy


Nonprofit organizations in the Central New York region are invited to apply for grants Nonprofit organizations in Upstate New York can apply for Excellus BlueCross BlueShield Community Health Award grants