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It received the Award of Excellence in Overall Tourism Marketing by a Private Sector Entity.  By Steve Yablonski One of New York

I felt very comfortable handing the reins to him, I’ll tell you that, Theresa (Bosco)

harborfest

It really came down to our inability to safely have Harborfest, the executive director explained By

Oswego Health

Oswego Health, a community-centered healthcare system with 17 locations, has publicly launched its comprehensive fundraising

Cover Story

CEO

They are the money people — they handle vast sums of money every year and make sure their organizations are on solid financial footing. They deal with budgeting, accounting, audits,

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Tricia Peter-Clark

ConnextCare soon-to-be CEO has deep roots in local healthcare industry By Ken Sturtz Tricia Peter-Clark

Before striking out on his own, Steve Chirello worked at PR managar at Syracuse University, Miller Brewing Co., among other places.

Founded in 1996, the business is still going strong today with additional clients and more

Models wearing samples of T-shirts marketed by Syracuse-based In Our Words Apparel.

Ashley McLeod and her mother, entrepreneur Gwen Webber-McLeod, betting on a new line of T-shirts

Karen Knapik-Scalzo is the person most in the media seek when they’re writing stories about local unemployment, employment trends, salaries or other key labor-related statistics. She has been on the job for 30 years.

Associate economist with the NYS Department of Labor, a SUNY Oswego grad, helps the media

Cancel Culture

Making Mr. Potato Head a gender-neutral toy is the latest in a series of changes

By Bruce Frassinelli One of the latest immortal icons to come under scrutiny as part

Working from home

While some enjoy working from home, some say they can’t wait to return to the

Empty classroom

For the most part, CNY colleges have weathered the financial woes brought by the pandemic

Employment law

Employment and labor law changes likely to be implemented during the Biden presidency By Steven

A worker unloads a food truck from the Food Bank of Central New York at a pantry in Mexico during the pandemic.

Despite the risk, volunteers helped keep local food pantries open By Ken Sturtz It was

Quadrant Biosciences has developed cutting-edge saliva tests for the COVID-19 virus, autism and concussions

Quadrant Biosciences

The Extraordinary CNY Company You Probably Haven’t Heard Of By Ken Sturtz Richard Uhlig’s idea

Southwest turkey melt sandwich at Buck’s Family Restaurant, which comes with chips and a pickle spear ($9).

Williamstown restaurant is in season, every season By Christopher Malone When pulling into the lot

CEO

They are the money people — they handle vast sums of money every year and

Gov. Cuomo said that the redesign project of I-81 in Syracuse will break ground in 2022. It will encompass the redesign and or replacement of 50 bridges and cost somewhere in the range of $1.9 billion.

By Payne Horning New commitments from high-ranking government officials are raising hopes that the long-awaited

Success Story

Quadrant Biosciences has developed cutting-edge saliva tests for the COVID-19 virus, autism and concussions

Quadrant Biosciences

The Extraordinary CNY Company You Probably Haven’t Heard Of By Ken Sturtz Richard Uhlig’s idea for what would become a game-changing diagnostic testing company began by chance at a hockey

Dining Out

Southwest turkey melt sandwich at Buck’s Family Restaurant, which comes with chips and a pickle spear ($9).

Williamstown restaurant is in season, every season By Christopher Malone When pulling into the lot of Buck’s Family Restaurant, 469 state Route 13 in Williamstown, a little eastern town in

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Great job

Interviews by Deborah Jeanne Sergeant “I have two leaders that I admire most, especially during

King

Guy King

Owner of Great Lakes Athletics and Fitness in Fulton has passion for helping youth By

By Wagner Dotto We’re excited for the upcoming summer season — the pandemic is coming

Beach at Vina del Mar, a resort city about 90 minutes from Santiago, is a popular destination.

Santiago, Chile

Chile’s largest city is a good starting point to visit the country By Sandra Scott

Cover story of Oswego County Business, December 2003 / January 2004 issue, focusing on the appointment of Doug Barclay as ambassador to El Savador.

By Bruce Frassinelli bfrassinelli@ptd.net ‘Doug Barclay was one of the few politicians whom I have

Open mics returned on a monthly basis to the wide-open space that is a converted barn in Curtis Manor in Oswego.

COVID-19 ‘a kind of wet concrete that soon encased our lives and lifestyles’ By Tim

OOC operates three industrial parks in Oswego County, including the Oswego County Industrial Park off NYS Route 481 in the town of Schroeppel (photo), the Lake Ontario Industrial Park in the city of Oswego, and the Airport Industrial Park in the town of Volney.

L. Michael Treadwell ooc@oswegocounty.org ‘In addition to marketing properties, OOC owns and manages several properties

Employment law

Employment and labor law changes likely to be implemented during the Biden presidency By Steven

Emily Hart shows off some of the kayaks, canoes and gear in the basement of the home owned by her and husband Chris Legard, which serves as home base for their new business, Tug Hill Outfitters.

New business in Williamstown an opportunity for local couple to share remote outdoors By Tim