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ConnextCare announced the kickoff to the 2022 Pulaski Site Project. Construction is set to begin

OSWEGO, NY – Following two years of advocating by the Port Authority of Oswego, they

The Oswego Health Board of Directors announce that effective January 1, 2023, with the retirement

Operation Oswego County held its 70th annual meeting on June 16 at the Lake Ontario Event and Conference Center in Oswego. The

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By Steve Yablonski Kristen Nelson is the first female plant manager at the Novelis facility in Scriba. “I am the first. But I am certain I will not be the

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The Pits of Summer

 By Christopher Malone Dive into the Pond Pit for delicious grub Time to gear up

By Steve Yablonski Chris Farmer, owner of F&F Bargains, started in his garage in August

By Steve Yablonski They have repurposed a building in Bridie Square Century 21 Galloway Realty

By Steve Yablonski Paralegal Now Operating Own Law Office Nicole Reed worked as a paralegal

By Steve Yablonski Local truck companies coping with high price of fuel. ‘It’s bleeding us,’

By Steve Yablonski Kristen Nelson is the first female plant manager at the Novelis facility

PWF Enterprises, LLC

 By Steve Yablonski A Diverse Business Has Helped Phoenix Company to Thrive According to their

Cheryl Baldwin

By Steve Yablonski She was working as an accountant with a CPA firm in Manlius

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

Feature Stories

By Ken Sturtz  |  Photos provided Lakefront properties in Onondaga and Oswego counties continue to

By Ken Sturtz New agents, enticed by a hot market and flexible work, are pouring

By Steve Yablonski Buying a home is generally the largest purchase that most people make.

By Steve Yablonski Pathfinder Bank’s new interim CEO wants to build upon the legacy of

By Ken Sturtz The building that housed the first bank in the village of Mexico—built

By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Could women bolster the manufacturing sector?  The U.S. Department of Commerce

Chandra Marshall

From metal fabrication to radars and sensors to commercial printing, the following women are helping

Christine Lindsey

By Steve Yablonski Director of human resources, Healthway Healthway is a manufacturer of cleaning equipment

By Mary Beth Roach Co-owners, Upstate Printing  Kim Vinciguerra and Debi Rotondo may be the

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PWF Enterprises, LLC

 By Steve Yablonski A Diverse Business Has Helped Phoenix Company to Thrive According to their business cards, they are the “Wizards of Weird.” It should also say “amazing.”  PWF Enterprises,

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The Pits of Summer

 By Christopher Malone Dive into the Pond Pit for delicious grub Time to gear up for a hot grill summer. When it’s too hot in the kitchen, it’s time to

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Megan LaManna

 By Steve Yablonski Owner of Port City Copy Center always wanted to own a business.

Bogota, Colombia

The city is ringed by tree-covered mountains—and there are plenty of parks to enjoy Whatever

By: Bruce Frassinelli When I walked into my favorite bagel place for breakfast recently, I

By L. Michael Treadwell Operation Oswego County and the County of Oswego Industrial Development Agency

Interviews by Deborah Jeanne Sergeant “If we had more room to expand, that would be

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