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An informational workshop will be held on Thursday, May 12 from 3-5 p.m. at the

The board of directors of Pathfinder Bancorp, the bank holding company of Pathfinder Bank, has appointed James

William Scriber, executive director, Port of Oswego, has had his contract extended to the end

Operation Oswego County will hold its 70th annual meeting at the Lake Ontario Event and Conference Center, in Oswego, on Thursday, June

Cover Story

If you’ve noticed new faces on your local TV news screens, you’re not alone. Like other sectors of the economy, Central New York’s newsrooms are dealing with high turnover and

Special Features

Fulton business celebrates a half century of doing business By Steve Yablonski A lot of

A timeless piece of local history, clock was installed in the early 1880s — volunteers

With the online retailer expected to hire 1,000-1,500 workers for its CNY fulfillment center, experts

If you’ve noticed new faces on your local TV news screens, you’re not alone. Like

‘I never did get the hang of what was expected of me on Facebook’ By

Former Digital Hyve COO finding success in selling board games By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant  Two

By Steve Yablonski Lake Ontario will have a tropical flavor this summer. The “Oswego sunset

Opened a little over two months ago, business has been an instant hit with customers,

Business in Hastings offers chicken rental for those who want to experience fresh eggs but

By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant While most restaurant patrons are accustomed to ordering delivery for pizza,

All-Weather Comfort Food

LD’s on the River in Pulaski is year-round enjoyment By Christopher Malone When searching for

Feature Stories

Paying It Forward

Now entering its 95th year, CNY Community Foundation has received over $30 million in donation

By Steve Yablonski The Food Bank of Central New York is a nonprofit organization working

Funds to aid area primary care physicians in diagnosis and treatment of mental health issues

Visiting a doctor’s office? Very likely you’ll be seen by a nurse practitioner or physician

By Steve Yablonski Kim McPherson Century 21 Galloway “All in all, I personally feel the

Low inventory, high prices and ‘ruthless’ speeds make the market ripe for sellers By Steve

Competitive market compels home buyers to make quick decisions; some regret it later By Ken

Three professionals who worked in the news business in Central New York share about why

By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant What will job seekers face in Central New York in 2022?

Success Story

Fulton business celebrates a half century of doing business By Steve Yablonski A lot of things have changed in Fulton over the last 50 years. Woolworth’s is gone. Goldberg’s is

Dining Out

All-Weather Comfort Food

LD’s on the River in Pulaski is year-round enjoyment By Christopher Malone When searching for food in Pulaski, LD’s on the River comes up. The bar-restaurant (according to a food

Departments

Cheryl Baldwin joined the organization in 2014. Most recently she served as interim director The

By Steven E. Abraham steven.abraham@oswego.edu Most organizations are aware that it is illegal to discriminate

By Bruce Frassinelli bfrassinelli@ptd.net The media must reinvent themselves in the era of Donald Trump.

By Tim Nekritz nekritz@gmail.com It’s easy to talk about making your neighborhood better, but the

By L. Michael Treadwell ooc@oswegocounty.org Like with private business, economic development technology and software is

Heidi Hoeller Joins NBT Board of Directors Heidi M. Hoeller has recently joined the boards

Chengdu, China

With relaxed ambiance, tree-lined streets and teahouses, the capital of Sichuan province is considered one

Nick Chervinsky

Owner of Brewerton Pharmacy recalls buying his pharmacy in 1976 for $60,000, working from 9

Evaluating the merit of a vendor differs among industries, entities and purchasing agents. We recently

Publisher’s Note

By Wagner Dotto I’m optmistic about this summer. Assuming coronavirus will leave us alone once