• OCCF Funding Directed Toward Area Nonprofits

    Oswego County Community Foundation steps up with grants; looks to grow endowment.

  • Oswego County Weeklies Sold to Watertown Company

    Mark Backus’ weeklies to be acquired by Watertown-based company. For story, visit www.oswegocountybusiness.com/index.php?a=4735 Read More

  • The Sensations of Snowshoeing

    Participants enjoy the Woodland Snowshoe Wander at Amboy 4-H Environmental Education Center in Williamstown.

  • Oswego County a Winter Wonderland

    The Great Bear Recreational Area — set on 450 acres in Fulton — features cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails.

  • Print It! Zink Shirts in Oswego Makes Major Expansion

    Zink Shirts, 19 E. Cayuga St., Oswego, recently acquired three key pieces of equipment to streamline its operation. Four agencies and businesses provided financial assistance for the project, which cost approximately $100,000. Checking out the new automated screen-printing press are, from left, John Halleron, senior business adviser, Small Business Development Center, SUNY Oswego; Michael Quenville, vice-president, business development officer at Pathfinder Bank, Oswego; Oswego County Legislator Thomas Drumm (D-WE-Ind.-16th district); owner Glenn Zansitis; L. Michael Treadwell, executive director of Operation Oswego County and CEO of the county’s Industrial Development Agency; David Goodness, CNY regional director of the Workforce Development Institute; and Oswego County Legislator Shane Broadwell (R-I-17th District). Jeff Wallace of Creative Business Development in Oswego is providing consulting and advising services to Zansitis. “Just like it takes a village to raise a child, it takes economic development agencies to help young businesses take the next step,” Wallace said. (Photo courtesy of Kellye Buckalew)

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  • EXCLUSIVE: Johnson Newspaper Corp. to Buy Oswego County Weeklies

    The Johnson Newspaper Corp. is buying The Oswego County Weeklies, according to sources.The Oswego County Weeklies include The Oswego Shopper, The Phoenix Register, The Salmon River News, The Citizen Outlet and The Independent Mirror.The company was... 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

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  • 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

  • Oswego County Tourism Advisory Council Awards Supporters

    The Oswego County Tourism Advisory Council awarded its 2015 Tourism Ambassador Hall of Fame Awards at its year-end meeting.   This year’s recipients are Oswego County Legislator Jacob A. Mulcahey, District 15; Linda Middleton; ... Read More

  • Port City Copy Center takes to the Worldwide Web

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  • Pathfinder Bank establishes scholarship for
 SUNY Oswego students

    Pathfinder Bank has made a $30,000 gift to SUNY Oswego to endow a scholarship to create opportunities for students with financial need.The gift establishes the $25,000 Pathfinder Bank Opportunities Scholarship Endowment and will provide $5,000 to m... Read More

  • Peter Myles New Executive Director for Oswego Harborfest

    Peter Myles has been named the new Oswego Harborfest executive director.   Myles, a veteran educator-administrator with 34 years of professional experience within the Oswego City School District, will officially start his new duties in J... Read More

  • Next Small Business Training Class to Begin in January

    For those interested in expanding or starting a small business in Oswego County, there is a small business training class scheduled to begin in January.   The course is scheduled to begin Jan. 9 and run each Saturday until Feb. 6.  ... Read More

  • Town of Scriba Braces for Impact of Fitz Plant Closing

    The town of Scriba is looking at a financial meltdown in the wake of the closing of Entergy’s James A. FitzPatrick Nuclear Power Plant.Scriba Town Supervisor Ken Burdick said the closure and loss of 615 jobs will be devastating for not only t... Read More

  • Port of Oswego Authority has brisk November

    The Port of Oswego Authority experienced a busy November, receiving shipments of aluminum and potash and exporting its first shipment of soybeans, according to the Great Lakes Seaway Partnership.   Two McKeil Marine barges, carrying 16,000... Read More

  • ‘Oswego Cares’ Event Strives to Help the Less Fortunate

    The first-ever “Oswego Cares” clothing drive will be featured from 1-6 p.m. Saturday at Premier Living Suites, 247 W. Utica St., Oswego.   The event is geared toward providing struggling area families with new and lightly u... Read More

  • Oswego fighting for Fitz plant, Upstate energy jobs

    The County of Oswego Industrial Development Agency called on Gov. Andrew Cuomo today to fight for Upstate New York and the thousands of families whose livelihoods depend on the James A. FitzPatrick Nuclear Power Plant in Scriba. ... Read More