Tourism Takes Tumble

COVID-19 takes toll on Oswego County’s tourism industry By Lou Sorendo The tourism sector is one of the hardest-hit in the nation by the outbreak of COVID-19, and Oswego County…

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Etiquette in the Age of COVID

‘Miss Manners’ talks good contagion behavior in new book By Payne Horning Even as quarantine orders in all parts of the country are being eased, the Centers for Disease Control…

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Rise of the Renter

Region reflects national trend of shifting demographics of renters By Lou Sorendo Many of those looking for a roof over their heads are getting a new lease on life. In…

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Banking Industry Meets COVID Challenges

Experts: Some trends — increased use of drive-thrus and e-banking — likely to continue By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant As with any other industry, banking changed significantly to adjust to life during…

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Taking Credit Where Credit Is Due

Oswego County Federal Credit Union, under the leadership of CEO Bill Carhart, celebrates success while adjusting to pandemic By Lou Sorendo Pandemic pandemonium leaves no stone unturned. In the wake…

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Personal Finances: Staying the Course

By Lou Sorendo “I had quite a few people that just basically said, ‘no, let’s sit tight. I like my allocation and I’ll just ride this out’.” Things may get…

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Don’t Panic!

Investment adviser provides advice on how to navigate through tricky waters By Lou Sorendo While his clients are understandably upset by the economic and health aspects of COVID-19, they are…

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