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The U.S. Small Business Administration’s Upstate New York District Office (SBA) is encouraging neighbors to “shop small” as the holiday season kicks off this Friday, the day after Thanksgiving. This
Fourteen nonprofit organizations received grant awards totaling $458,668 from the Richard S. Shineman Foundation at its November board meeting in the last of three 2020 grant rounds in this unprecedented
Election officials are confronting a manpower crunch that’s been exacerbated by the COVID-19 By Ken Sturtz Most years Marty Ours looks forward to Election Day. The 77-year-old Liverpool woman is
Business Facilities magazine recently ranked Oswego County ninth in the top 10 food processing leaders across the U.S. in its 16th Annual Rankings Report. The rankings were based on “employment,

‘A Very Wild Ride’

Oswego chamber, CenterState CEO unite to offer aid to business community during global pandemic By Lou Sorendo United they stand. The Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce and Syracuse-based CenterState CEO
Recovery process at Broadwell Hospitality Group, the largest hospitality business in Oswego County, begins in wake of global pandemic By Lou Sorendo John D. Sheffield, business development manager at the
Plans by area colleges include COVID-19 test, quarantine at home and use of face masks most of the time. Tweaking happens almost every week By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant As businesses

Learning to Zoom

Video conference platform Zoom has become a staple in many offices, thanks to pandemic, work from home By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Many tutorials on how to use the video conference
Appointment comes after longtime director Terry Gorman announces plans to retire The Board of Directors of St. Luke Health Services announces the appointment of Catherine R. Gill as the next
Excellus BCBS board of directors appoints James Reed president and CEO-elect to succeed CEO Christopher Booth in 2021 The board of directors for Excellus BlueCross BlueShield and its parent company
Realtor reflects on what future holds for sector that got hit hard by COVID-19 By Lou Sorendo The inability to do in-person showings and other COVID-19 related matters continued to impact
Aqua Spa Float Center & Wellness Boutique, located in the former Oswego City School District Education Center in Oswego, is in the final phase of construction, according to owners Tammy
The respiratory triage tent that Oswego Health erected outside its hospital emergency department has officially been taken down as of May 29. This portable tent, which was constructed on April
Uncertainty surrounds crown jewel of Oswego County tourism By Lou Sorendo The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many events around the world to be cancelled or postponed. Among the most prominent
New round of funding may be available through Payroll Protection Program By Lou Sorendo While the powers in Washington look to replenish the COVID-19-inspired Paycheck Protection Program overseen by the
Plan established to return to normal operations in wake of COVID-19 — after 300 employees were furloughed By Lou Sorendo It may seem counter-intuitive during a pandemic to furlough health
Panel Would Develop Reopening Guidelines by April 30 Submitted by the Assembly Minority Leader Assembly Minority Leader Will Barclay (R,C,I,Ref.-Pulaski) and members of the Assembly Minority Conference today called for
The Save Small Business Fund is a grant making initiative of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation. It offers short term relief for small employers in the United States and

Jump-Start New York

A Blueprint to Facilitate the Recovery of New York State’s Economy “JUMP-START NEW YORK” The COVID-19 pandemic has hit New York State harder than anywhere in the world. With more
Submitted by SUNY Oswego An ongoing connection to and love for SUNY Oswego resulted in a group of more than 50 former SUNY Oswego visiting scholars from China donating five