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During her recent State of the State announcement, Gov. Kathy Hochul unveiled her proposal for

Operation Oswego County is starting to plan a spring manufacturing summit. “We will be having

There is a lot of activity going on in more rural areas in Oswego County.

Excellus BlueCross BlueShield was ranked No. 8 on the Forbes 2024 list of America’s Best Midsize Employers. This is the second consecutive year

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Moving SUNY Oswego Forward

New president recalls his educational journey By Stefan Yablonski Jason Leone and Ed Gosek have mementos of championship basketball and hockey games, respectively, displayed in their college offices. In Peter

Special Features

Profile: Dimitar Karaivanov

New Community Bank System’s CEO looks to build on past success, plans to expand in

Sandy Creek-based trainer has helped train dogs of celebrities like Brooke Shields, Sean McDermott of

New office was once the home of Angelo’s Big M, owned by the Mirabito family

How a bad credit score can affect you and what you can do to change

Many higher education institutions struggle with debt, lack of students By Aaron Gifford These days,

Moving SUNY Oswego Forward

New president recalls his educational journey By Stefan Yablonski Jason Leone and Ed Gosek have

By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Raising minimum wage may seem like a way to help entry-level

10 Years of ConnextCare

The heart of ConnextCare’s success: It’s all about the employees, the CEO says By Stefan

Rooftop Lounge has everyone looking up I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: Oswego’s

County, which is mostly rural, sees a 79% increase in homeless people in the last

The temporary emergency shelter helps men find employment and permanent housing By Stefan Yablonski From

Feature Stories

Once-in-a-lifetime total solar eclipse to be seen from the shores of Lake Ontario By Tom

By Laurie Haelen Even though we are only in the early months of 2024, with

‘Change’ is the word to describe the CNY economy By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant With the

What Jobs to Pursue Right Now

By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Ideally, you should find a job that you enjoy, pays well

‘There’s nothing a business can do to grow if they don’t have a solid financial

Ground breaking on building Micron set for the fall, with targeted completion in 2026 and

By Stefan Yablonski Onondaga Community College is creating new programs and certificates that will prepare

The Micron community engagement committee continues to look for feedback from Central New York residents

Now that the year is underway, here’s what a few area business leaders think about

Success Story

10 Years of ConnextCare

The heart of ConnextCare’s success: It’s all about the employees, the CEO says By Stefan Yablonski Established in 1975, ConnextCare Pulaski is a patient-centered health care practice providing northern Oswego

Dining Out

Rooftop Lounge has everyone looking up I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: Oswego’s culinary prowess is winning me over. The Port City has a little bit of everything

Departments

Operation Oswego County, Inc. (OOC), the county’s authorized economic development organization, has recently named Alexandra

Jessica Mills was appointed late last year as the executive director of the Fulton Community

Loren Wahl, CPA, has been promoted to partner at Bowers CPAs & Advisors in Syracuse.

Michael Frame Promoted at MACNY

MACNY, The Manufacturers Association of Central New York announced that it has promoted Michael Frame

OCWA — Central New York’s Water Authority — recently appointed Sheilla A. Roth as chief

Eastern Shore Insurance Agency, a leading provider of comprehensive insurance solutions, recently celebrated the grand

Lion Paul Forestiere, Lions District 20-Y governor, was presented with the Melvin Jones Fellowship award—the

Colleen McCraith has been hired as assistant vice president, senior branch manager of Pathfinder Bank’s

by Tim Nekritz  |  nekritz@gmail.com As much as 2023 represented a year of many gains

by Austin Wheelock  |  ooc@oswegocounty.org Gov. Kathy Hochul announced on Feb. 5 that the towns of