Saturday night pyrotechnics an anchor of annual festival. For the story, click on headline or photo above.
Dr. Isabelle Bichindaritz of SUNY Oswego helps to advance telemedicine in Central New York. For the story, click on the headline or photo above.
Fishing equipment supplier — led by owner David Barclay — is taking the world by storm. For story, click on headline or photo above.
Par-K GM Tom Gilbo dazzles fans as an Elvis tribute artist. For the story, click on headline or photo above.
Oswego's own Katie Toomey is ready to make an impression. For the story, click on headline or photo above.
Hospitality project deemed beneficial to Oswego's economic development scene. For story, click on headline or photo above.
Oswego County Opportunities has implemented a new paid leave policy that provides its full- and part-time employees an annual paid leave allowance to undergo preventative cancer screenings. The policy is the first among nonprofit agencies in Oswego County. Celebrating the initiative are, from left, Carolyn Handville, coordinator of OCO’s Cancer Services Program, OCO Executive Director Diane Cooper-Currier, OCO Director of Human Resources Cindy Seeber, and OCO Benefits Manager Denise Russell. For story, click on headline or photo above.
Upscale Baldwinsville housing facility will be totally complete in 2019. For story, click on headline or photo above.
President-CEO John Trimble leads the design, construction firm as it balances people, profit and the planet. For the story, click on headline or photo above.
CEO/chairman Vincent Lobdell, left, and director of manufacturing Joe Hurd continue to set the pace in the global air purification industry. For story, click on headline or photo above.
Melissa Gibbs recently opened Salmon River Pub & Grill, the newest attraction on Pulaski's dining and lodging scene. Click on headline or photo above for the story.
Top Developer Recognized at Annual Chamber Event
The Sutton Companies, the driving force behind the Stevedore and Seaway Lofts projects in Oswego, received the Community Investor Award from the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce during it 97th annual meeting this afternoon at the River Vista... Read More
OCFCU Enhances Visibility With New Location
“Finances will no longer be a chore.”With these words, Bill Carhart, CEO of Oswego County Federal Credit Union, opened his new office location at East Fourth and Bridge streets in Oswego earlier this week.The branch replaces its former si... Read More
Ledbetter, four others to deliver Ernst & Young lectures at SUNY-Oswego
Headlined by an appearance by Lilly Ledbetter, the spring 2013 edition of SUNY Oswego's Ernst & Young Lecture Series on Gender Equity in the Workplace will launch in February. All sessions will take place from 6-7:30 p.m. on Thursdays.• Feb.... Read More
'Recognizing Oswego County' Addresses Area’s ‘Unhealthy’ Status
The Recognizing Oswego County program hopes to help a county that, according to the New York State Department of Health, is one of the unhealthiest in the state.Recognizing Oswego County—or ROC—hopes to promote better health decisions as ... Read More
Jrecks Subs to Make Port City Comeback
Jrecks Subs is making a comeback in the city of Oswego.Jrecks Subs has purchased Barilla’s Service Station, 211 W. Bridge St., according to Christopher Swartz, president of Jrecks Subs.Jrecks Subs used to have an Oswego location at East First a... Read More
New leader Takes Over at Interface Solutions in Fulton
W. Scott Bayha is the new plant manager at Interface Solutions Inc. in Fulton.He succeeds James Lynch at the facility, which employs 120 workers. It is the 27th largest private employer in Oswego County.Bayha was formerly plant manager at Congoleum C... Read More
Oswego County Federal Credit Union Ready for Big Move
Oswego County Federal Credit Union offices will be closing at noon Jan. 25 while it moves to new office space at East Fourth and Bridge streets, Oswego.From Jan. 25-28, there will be an interruption in the credit union’s online banking platform... Read More
CNY Business Review Cuts Back on Print Production
CNY Business Review, Inc., has changed its print cycles for two of its three newspapers.CNY Business Review will now print both its Greater Binghamton and Mohawk Valley editions each six times a year. Both had been published on a bi-weekly basis.The ... Read More
Faxton St. Luke’s Healthcare Makes Workforce Reductions
Faxton St. Luke’s Healthcare in Utica laid off 10 employees and eliminated 27 vacant positions for a total reduction in workforce of 37 positions.The positions are supervisory and non-supervisory including non-clinical and clinical personnel. E... Read More
Word on Birdseye Plant Successor Can Come at Any Time
One of the most significant business stories of 2013 could be announced at any time.The former Birds Eye plant in Fulton is lined up for sale and is expected to become a chicken processing facility.L. Michael Treadwell, executive director of Operatio... Read More
Shineman Foundation Pledges $250,000 to YMCA Capital Campaign
Shineman Foundation Pledges $250,000 to YMCA Capital CampaignThe Richard S. Shineman Foundation recently pledged $250,000 to the Oswego YMCA capital campaign.The Oswego YMCA is seeking funds with a goal of $3 million to invest in the renovation and e... Read More
A Fourth Subway Stations Itself in Walmart Supercenter
Accompanying the completion of Oswego’s newest Walmart Supercenter came the introduction of the city’s fourth Subway restaurant.The Subway franchises are managed by Chris Batchelor, who said deciding to open a location under the same roof... Read More
Huhtamaki Site Selection Based on Logistics, Officials Say
Huhtamaki Inc., the maker of consumer goods packaging and food service containers in Fulton, made its decision to locate a paper-cup manufacturing plant in Batavia, Ohio, based on logistics, according to Fulton plant manager Tom Meucci.The Finnish co... Read More
McIntosh Box and Pallet Expands, Rebuilds After Fire
McIntosh Box and Pallet Company, located in Bernhards Bay, is rebounding following a damaging fire last spring.With significant damage to one of its facilities, McIntosh decided to lease 12,000 square feet of space in Palermo. The fire destroyed abou... Read More
Oswego County Projects Deemed 'Priority' by Funding Source
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo will host the second annual Central New York Regional Economic Development Council Awards Presentation on Wednesday.The CNY REDC has 34 priority projects in the current round of Empire State Development Corp. funding. Three... Read More
College's Small Business Center to Offer Online Training for Entrepreneurs
The SUNY Oswego Small Business Development Center will present an online business-training course from Jan. 14 to March 2.The course, which has a Jan. 10 registration deadline, will provide guidance and support to individuals interested in starting o... Read More
TDO, MACNY to Feature Job Relations Training
The Central New York Technology Development Organization and the Manufacturers Association of Central New York will present job relations training Jan. 14-18.Sessions will be featured from 8-10 a.m. at TDO, 445 Electronics Parkway, Suite 206, Liverpo... Read More
Utica-based Hospitals Closer to Affiliation
Faxton St. Luke’s Healthcare and St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Utica have signed a memorandum of understanding, an official first step toward a potential full affiliation agreement.The boards signed the agreement in early December. The two ho... Read More
Tops Opts to Give Mexico Big M Location a Spin
Buffalo-based Tops Friendly Markets, a leading full-service grocery retailer in upstate New York, northern Pennsylvania and western Vermont, has entered into an agreement with the Farrugia family to acquire three Big M supermarkets, including one at ... Read More
Burritt Motors Completes $2.2 Million Expansion
Burritt Motors, state Route 104 East, Oswego, recently completed a seven-month, $2.2 million expansion and renovation of its entire dealership.Chris Burritt and his son Rich own the dealership.A formal grand opening is planned for February.“We ... Read More
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- Christopher Mitchell
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Main concern is about matching physician with hospital, community
No. 1 priority is offering a high level of customer service
Recruiting the right physicians can take months, sometimes years, hundreds of communications and many meetings
Unlike other hospitals in the area, SUNY Upstate relies on each department to recruit its own physicians
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