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

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

The Oswego County Habitat for Humanity (OCHFH) chapter recently announced the completion of another home

Bowers CPAs & Advisors proudly announces the elevation of Loren Wahl, CPA, to the esteemed partner position. Wahl’s journey, marked by academic

Cover Story

Paul Ross invested about $200,000 to open his first McDonald’s store in Nedrow. Now, 50 years later, he owns and operates 15 stores in CNY, including in Pulaski, Mexico, Brewerton,

Special Features

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

Paul Ross invested about $200,000 to open his first McDonald’s store in Nedrow. Now, 50

Highland Animal Hospital

From the kitchen counter to reality: How Ali Hawthorn’s dream veterinary clinic was built By

Profile: Jim Rice

New Fulton mayor about to fulfill a long-held dream By Stefan Yablonski After getting a

Profile: Robert Corradino

Port City’s new mayor looks to build on predecessor’s foundation By Stefan Yablonski The Port

Oswego restaurant offers feel-good food for every season By Christopher Malone Bistro 197 has your

New figures published in 2024 Business Guide show OH surpassed Constellation to become the county’s

The crane and rigging business investing $2.5 million in the business By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant

Company invests $20 million in its Pulaski plant Felix Schoeller North America recently unveiled the

Business is investing $500,000 in new project, which will include hydrapool, solarium, Vichy shower treatments,

Feature Stories

Potential changes in the way real estate agents get paid raise concerns from professionals By

Fewer homes on the market, high interest rates and cold weather contribute to a tough

More than half of all practicing physicians are now employed outside of a small, independent

Recruiting in Healthcare

How area firms fill these tough positions By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant The pandemic certainly exacerbated

Some patients will yell, swear and in some cases threaten healthcare providers — a recent

Nonprofits Post-COVID

How CNY’s top nonprofits have been doing since the pandemic? By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Nonprofit

Golf tournaments, gala dinners, auctions — all help hospitals raise additional money for equipment, projects

By Mary Beth Roach Local television meteorologists know Central New York winters. The staffs of

The effort to re open the once thriving Toggenburg downhill ski area has been an

Success Story

Highland Animal Hospital

From the kitchen counter to reality: How Ali Hawthorn’s dream veterinary clinic was built By Stefan Yablonski Dear Father (in Heaven) hear and bless Thy beasts and singing birds And

Dining Out

Oswego restaurant offers feel-good food for every season By Christopher Malone Bistro 197 has your number. It knows you’re hungry. It knows what you want and will serve it to

Departments

Flourishing in Show Business

From local theater roots to Emmy nomination, Rueby Wood is proof that talent, hard work

Austin Wheelock  |  ooc@oswegocounty.org Just as hybrid office-remote work arrangements have become more common, retail

$2 Million Gift to SUNY Oswego

By Stefan Yablonski SUNY Oswego has received a gift of $2 million from Frank L.

Interviews by Deborah Jeanne Sergeant It’s time to enjoy festive frolics during the holidays. We

Owner of Chirello Advertising segues from journalist to professional marketer By Stefan Yablonski Formed in

Laurie A. Smith has been named vice president of human resources and marketing of Fulton

MACNY, The Manufacturers Association, recently welcomed Nira Irby as a workforce development specialist. She will

Grossman St. Amour CPAs recently announced the promotion of Jaimie P. Galante, CPA, to the

The Museum of Science & Technology (MOST) recently welcomed two new staff and announced the

Caroline Shue was recently hired as the assistant director of the Fulton Community Development Agency