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Three titans of fast food industry make presence felt in Port City By Lou Sorendo Fast and furious. That describes the growth of fast food options in the city of Oswego this ...READ MORE
Agency reports that many people seeking assistance are regular folks with jobs who can’t make ends meet By Alexander Plate “There are still quite a few people who’ve been left behind as ...READ MORE
As it turns out, many offices still rely on faxes By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Faxing may seem antiquated technology; however, it’s still relevant and even vital to some industries. And in several ...READ MORE
Production of hemp has grown 10-fold in a year, becoming one of the state’s top 10 specialty crops. 500 farmers in NYS growing plant By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Hemp is growing in ...READ MORE
Debt, a competitive job market, political climate and uncertainty about the future of the planet are some of the reasons millennials are down, says study By Aaron Gifford Millennials are quite confident ...READ MORE
More than wisdom, retirees bring major economic impact By Aaron Gifford In Central New York, retirees are often seen walking in the mall on winter mornings, congregating in McDonald’s for coffee, going ...READ MORE
As he is about to leave office, Fulton Mayor Ronald Woodward Sr. reflects on his 34-year legacy and talks about the future of the city By Alex Plate 1. What first got ...READ MORE
Community Development Agency leader Joe Fiumara says $10 million in Downtown Revitalization Initiative funding will help the city turn the corner By Lou Sorendo Q.: The city of Fulton is receiving $10 ...READ MORE
LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter play important role in helping companies attract employees, say experts By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Nearly half of job seekers used social media to help them find employment, according to ...READ MORE
Anti-nuke group irate over fallout of state bailout agreement By Lou Sorendo An anti-nuclear group is taking aim at the state subsidy deal that is keeping Oswego County nuclear power reactors afloat. The ...READ MORE
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