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

Emily Hart shows off some of the kayaks, canoes and gear in the basement of the home owned by her and husband Chris Legard, which serves as home base for their new business, Tug Hill Outfitters.

New business in Williamstown an opportunity for local couple to share remote outdoors By Tim Nekritz ‘Starting in spring, the company will welcome visitors of all ages and skill

Gov. Cuomo said that the redesign project of I-81 in Syracuse will break ground in 2022. It will encompass the redesign and or replacement of 50 bridges and cost somewhere in the range of $1.9 billion.

By Payne Horning New commitments from high-ranking government officials are raising hopes that the long-awaited I-81 viaduct construction project will finally move into the fast lane. The 1.4-mile elevated stretch

Husband, wife combination plays key role in transformative development projects in county By Lou Sorendo They are Oswego’s version of the ultimate power couple. Atom and Falecia (Murray) Avery have

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L. Michael Treadwell ‘Looking to the future, we want to ensure that as many of our small businesses as possible not only survive the pandemic but thrive despite it.’

NY Farm Show

No NY Farm Show This Year

Canceled fair represents another loss of an event at the NYS Fairgrounds By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant The largest indoor agricultural show in the Northeast, the New York Farm Show (