Special Features

By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant For people seeking both a cat fix and caffeine fix, Alisha Reynolds recently opened Pawsativitea CNY in the CNY Regional Market. Reynolds has worked on opening

Left at the Altar

CNY wedding industry trying to make up for canceled, postponed 2020 weddings By Payne Horning A nightmare scenario for anyone involved in a wedding — from the wedding party to

Presidential Hopes

New president needs to address COVID-19, help New York state and small business, say LeMoyne professor, business people By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant “I would say that particularly from the perspective
By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant If you live in Oswego, it is likely your life has benefited from that of Joe “JD” Castaldo, whether directly like the many family, friends and
COVID-19 brings poverty to the forefront as county continues to rank among the poorest in New York state By Mary Beth Roach The issue of poverty in Oswego County can

Recovery in Manufacturing

By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant “I think COVID-19 has convinced people we need to make things in the US again.” Randy Wolken, MACNY’s president and CEO of Manufacturers Association of Central

Only the Essentials

For The Fulton Companies, it’s all about making adjustments in the midst of pandemic storm By Lou Sorendo Successfully adapting to market conditions is certainly a priority for any business.

Meet the Next Generation

Family businesses make up to from 80% to 90% of all incorporated businesses in the United States, according to the Family Business Center, Madden School of Business, Le Moyne College,

Michael C. Backus

Son of successful publisher, former county clerk makes transition into private sector as second in command at Oswego Health By Lou Sorendo At 29, Michael C. Backus was elected to
CenterState CEO first VP of racial equality and social impact discusses her new role By Lou Sorendo Juhanna Rogers, Ph.D., was recently named vice president of racial equity and social