Kevin Shutt takes the helm; Chris Smith retires. For story, click on photo or headline above.
Oswego resident Lauren Greutman reinvents herself and gets wide recognition. For the story, click on the photo or headline above.
Region's leaders formulate a plan of attack. For the story, click on the photo or headline above.
Owner Jennifer Mays is helping visitors explore recreational wonders of the region. For the story, see the April-May edition of Oswego County Business Magazine.
Business partners Joseph Murabito, left, and Atom Avery have created an upscale senior living complex. For the story, see the April-May edition of Oswego County Business Magazine.
Eric Bresee steps in during an extreme substance abuse crisis. Check the story out in the April-May edition of Oswego County Business Magazine.
Owner of Taste the World, which specializes in specialty foods and a full-service coffee bar, is flourishing in the Port City. Check out the story in the April-May edition of Oswego County Business Magazine.
Hospitalists are playing a key role at Oswego Health. For the story, check out the April-May edition of Oswego County Business Magazine.
Family owned business started with its first store in Rome in 1951. For the story, see the April-May edition of Oswego County Business Magazine.
SUNY Oswego May Graduates Finding Paths to Future
Among the nearly 1,600 students eligible to participate in SUNY Oswego's three May 14 commencement ceremonies, many have already found future paths in research, education, business, media and other fields. Philosophy major Kimberlyn Ba... Read More
New Manager Takes Helm at Novelis Oswego Works
Kevin Shutt has been named plant manager at Novelis Oswego Works, the world leader in aluminum rolling and recycling. Shutt brings 25 years of experience with Novelis to his new role overseeing operations at the Oswego pla... Read More
Blues Traveler Kicks Off 29th Annual Oswego Harborfest
On July 28, one of the largest free-admission music festivals in the nation will feature a special visitor. Rock legends Blues Traveler will appear on the NRG Lakeview Stage at 9:15 p.m. on Harborfest’s opening night, courtesy of... Read More
'I Am That Lady'
You might not recognize her name, the face might not seem familiar, but chances are, "I Am That Lady" will ring a bell. "That Lady" is Lauren Greutman of Oswego, a 2003 SUNY Oswego grad whose money-saving classes, blogs, boo... Read More
War on Poverty
Not since President Lyndon B. Johnson’s “War on Poverty” 52 years ago has the scale of mass poverty demanded such major initiatives from lawmakers. But this time, in the wake of glaring statistics that paint ... Read More
Route 31 Growth Spurt
Business and residential properties along state Route 31 between the Great Northern Mall and state Route 57 are showing a growth spurt again to the point there soon may not be lots available.It is a “diamond in the rough” of the Central N... Read More
'How I got Started': Anne Backer
Q.: How did you develop the concept of Taste the World and running a specialty food store and coffee shop in Oswego?A.: In June of 2010, Amy Lear, present owner of Man in the Moon Candies in Oswego, and I traveled to the Fancy Food Store in... Read More
Canale’s is the kind of place you feel like you’ve been to before, even if you haven’t. The food — classic, well-crafted Italian — is reminiscent of Sunday dinner at grandma’s house, if grandma grew up in Moro... Read More
Compass, Oswego Heritage Federal Credit Unions Approve Merger
Compass Federal Credit Union and Oswego Heritage Federal Credit Union announced recently that the merger between their two credit unions has been finalized. Operational integration will be completed by Aug. 1. Tho... Read More
Fulton Officials Anticipate December Opening for ALDI
Development of the former Nestle Co. site in Fulton is priority for city economic development officials. With continued cleanup work being done on Lake Neatahwanta, city officials are also gearing efforts to create a Renaissance of new... Read More
A Touch of Grace expands its horizons under new owner
When one walks into A Touch of Grace, they are welcomed with pleasant aromas from locally made candles and soaps. Vibrant photos of Oswego’s sunsets line the wall. The floor space is filled with racks of handcrafted winter wear, ... Read More
OCCF Funding Directed Toward Area Nonprofits
The Oswego County Community Foundation, born just three years ago, is experiencing a rush of success far exceeding expectations.Nine local nonprofit groups received grants recently totaling $20,000 in the first-ever distribution from the OCCF. The ... Read More
New Oswego Health Chief Responds to Challenges
Coming off a challenging year on the healthcare scene, Charles “Chuck” Gijanto, the new president and CEO of Oswego Health, is taking a proactive stance to upgrade to institution’s quality offerings and image.He said Oswego Health... Read More
Melanie Littlejohn Elected to Pathfinder Bank Board of Directors
Melanie Littlejohn has been elected to the board of directors of Pathfinder Bank. Littlejohn serves as the regional executive director of National Grid’s Upstate New York Division, where she is responsible for establishing and maintaini... Read More
Entergy to Sponsor Grucci Harborfest Fireworks for 2016-2017
Entergy, long-time sponsor of the spectacular Grucci pyrotechnics show at Harborfest, is continuing the tradition for not only this year, but for 2017 as well. “One of the highlights that has attracted my entire family t... Read More
SOLO Not Alone in Efforts to Strengthen Oswego
Shop Oswego Live Oswego presented its vision at a small business summit held at the Beacon Hotel in Oswego earlier this week.Steven Phillips emceed the event and proposed a healthy business approach to make Oswego “destination worthy.&rdquo... Read More
Chamber to Host Business Outreach Meeting with Mayor
The Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce, together with newly elected city of Oswego Mayor Billy Barlow, will host monthly economic development meetings with the Oswego business community.Barlow will join the group for its first meeting of 201... Read More
Local Financial Adviser Achieves Lofty Certification
Aaron D. Roth, financial adviser with Northwestern Mutual, has earned the Chartered Life Underwriterâ professional designation from The American College, Bryn Mawr, Pa. Roth was recognized by Oswego County Business Magazine as a 2013 “4... Read More
January Small Business Training Class Postponed Until February
For those interested in expanding or starting a small business in Oswego County, the small business training class scheduled to begin in January has been postponed until February. The rescheduled course will begin Feb. 13 and run each ... Read More
Coalition of Community Leaders Fights for Upstate Energy Jobs
A rapidly growing coalition of more than 60 Upstate New York elected representatives, business leaders, members of organized labor, economic development organizations and community leaders has sent a letter to Gov. Andrew Cuomo calling on the state... Read More
- 'I Am That Lady'
Oswego resident Lauren Greutman reinvents herself and gets wide recognition
- Q&A With James Walsh about Consensus CNY
- Project Phoenix Helps Women Become Entrepreneurs
- War on Poverty
- Silver Lining
- Commercial Properties Challenge Sellers
- Route 31 Growth Spurt
- Favorite Haunt
- Is There a Hospitalist in the House?
- Young Entrepreneur Sets Sights on Hearing Loss
- Hospital-Acquired Conditions Oswego Gets High Marks
Are the Media Really Liberal? Or Conservative?
We Need to Voice Our Support of Upstate Nuclear Power Plants
Frank Castiglia Jr.