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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced June 5 the designation of the Lake Ontario

Novelis Inc., a leading sustainable aluminum solutions provider and the world leader in aluminum rolling

Two of New York’s leading nonprofit health care companies are teaming up to improve the

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Women in Banking

Story and Profiles Written By Mary Beth Roach It wasn’t until the Equal Credit Opportunity Act passed in 1974 that women in the U.S. could open a bank account on

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Women in Banking

Story and Profiles Written By Mary Beth Roach It wasn’t until the Equal Credit Opportunity

Restaurant credits success to teamwork, quality of food and service and great vistas of Oswego

Helping others live their best lives: Farnham’s new executive director looks to continue legacy of

By Aaron Gifford Thirteen municipalities in Oswego County are legally open to future recreational-use marijuana

East vs. west: Projects abound on both sides of Oswego but they are more massive

By Stefan Yablonski Madison Leszczynski, 16, is a high school student — completing her sophomore

Industry-wide expo comes to Cayuga County for the first time By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant About

Can’t find workers? Train them yourself By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant In the wake of a

Homecare Hard to Find

In-home companion care or healthcare roles are tough to staff By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant If

The ConnextCare board of directors presented the ConnextCare’s President and CEO Tricia Peter-Clark with a

By Mary Beth Roach Between 12% and 13% of businesses in Central New York are

Feature Stories

Melanie Littlejohn’s goal: Making the region a better place By Stefan Yablonski Melanie Littlejohn wants

Experts say $1 million may not be enough By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant It may be

Americans’ “magic number” for retirement is surging to an all-time high — rising much faster

By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Sole proprietors don’t have an employer matching their 401k contributions or

With a new general manager and a new generation of workers, company is poised for

Southern Oswego County startup merges 3D metal printing with other manufacturing techniques, holds 90 patents

Company recently invested half million dollars in new equipment By Stefan Yablonski Universal Metal Works

Syracuse-based nonprofit boasts over 300 business members across the region By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Manufacturers

By Stefan Yablonski The relationship between local industry and students in high school is reaping

Success Story

Restaurant credits success to teamwork, quality of food and service and great vistas of Oswego The Rooftop Lounge rises above others — five stories, actually. It crowns the Litatro Building

Dining Out

Better Than ‘Jake’

By Christopher Malone Jake’s Grub & Grog, the Oneida River-adjacent establishment in Central Square, has been serving Central New Yorkers with entertainment, food and beer for more than a decade

Departments

by Tim Nekritz  |  nekritz@gmail.com While Upstate New York has long been concerned about the

By Brian M. Durant It’s a fascinating moment in Central New York, especially if you’re

Designation expected to help close the large skill and work readiness gap that exists, especially

Festival is celebrating 35 year this year Q: What is your budget this year? A:

by Wagner Dotto Here it is. Our 30th annual Summer Guide — The Best of

Owner of Matt McGill Collision in Brewerton started business in his parents’ home garage over

Interviews by Deborah Jeanne Sergeant “I teach yoga, which is a lifesaver. I practice meditation.

SUNY Oswego’s Wilber Hall recently had its atrium rededicated in honor of a generous donation

More than 60 rail cars of granite blocks arrived recently to begin the west breakwall

Beardsley Architects + Engineers announced that Jared R. Heinl has been named a principal of