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The Oswego Health Board of Directors announce that effective January 1, 2023, with the retirement of Michael Harlovic, Michael Backus will be the health system’s new president and CEO. Since

Operation Oswego County will hold its 70th annual meeting at the Lake Ontario Event and Conference Center, in Oswego, on Thursday, June 16. The meeting will begin at 8 a.m.

An informational workshop will be held on Thursday, May 12 from 3-5 p.m. at the Best Western (Lake Ontario Event and Conference Center), 26 E. First St, Oswego. Parking is

The board of directors of Pathfinder Bancorp, the bank holding company of Pathfinder Bank, has appointed James Dowd as interim president and CEO, effective immediately. Thomas Schneider announced his resignation as president and

William Scriber, executive director, Port of Oswego, has had his contract extended to the end of 2024, it was announced by Francis Enwright, chair of the port board of directors.

As a result of grain production and distribution disruption caused by the war in Ukraine, locally produced grain shipped to international ports is easing those shortages and is more important

Shelly Spaziano opened facility to honor memory of her late daughter By Steve Yablonski From tragedy came hope: Kristina’s House of Hope. “My daughter was 20 years old and she

The Greater Pulaski Community Endowment Fund is now accepting grant applications from nonprofit organizations serving the village of Pulaski or the town of Richland. The grant application deadline is May

Drugs and the pandemic have created more challenges recently By Steve Yablonski Mental health is an issue, according to Jiancheng Huang, director of public health for Oswego County. “Yes, it

Survey of consumers shows that they don’t prefer telehealth because of limits on services By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Early in the pandemic, telehealth offered a way for providers to “meet”

With COVID-19 still an issue, safety precautions are still being taken By Steve Yablonski The elderly as well as those with chronic medical conditions are at higher risk for COVID-19. Both

Burnout exacerbates among health providers: 40% of nurses and 20% of physicians considering early retirement or quitting within the next two years By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Everyone needs a break

Novelis Inc. has named Kristen Nelson as plant manager for the Novelis Oswego facility, the company’s largest wholly owned facility in North America, following the retirement of Jeff Cruse. Nelson

Deepening the harbor and opening up the port for greater investment and growth will finally be a reality, the port director said New York State recently awarded $300,000 and the

The economy we knew before COVID-19 may be closer than we think, says M&T official Peter Kneis during CenterState CEO meeting By Aaron Gifford These are uncertain and particularly unusual

In fiscal year 2019-2020, college added $419.4 million in income to Central New York economy By Steve Yablonski SUNY Oswego remains one of the largest economic drivers in Central New

Skating at the Donabella house has become a neighborhood tradition in the Oswego community. Photo submitted.

Donabella’s Backyard Ice Rink

Oswego family keeps its own ice rink, mostly used to play hockey By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Since 2005 the Donabella family has been transforming their backyard at 130 West Cayuga

The Greater Pulaski Community Endowment Fund (Pulaski Fund) announced that it has reached its 30-year anniversary and surpassed $1 million in endowment size since its inception in 1991. Each year

Multi-Color Corp., 6 Morrill Place, a long-time Fulton, New York, business has shut down operations. Established in 1916, Cincinnati, Ohio-based Multi-Color is one of the largest label companies in the

The separation is expected to close on February 1. Last spring, Exelon Corp.’s board of directors approved a plan to separate Exelon Utilities (RemainCo), comprised of the company’s six regulated