• Cool Clutter Barntique Celebrates Opening Today

    Owner Tricia Cool Lorenz goes from marketing to world of creativity. For the story, click on headline or photo above.

  • Local Dance Center Earns Excellence Award

    Operation Oswego County, Inc. recently honored Off Broadway Dance Center with a 2017 Small Business Excellence Award. Celebrating the occasion recently at the U.S. Small Business Administration’s 19th annual Small Business Excellence Awards luncheon in Syracuse recently are, from left, Patrick MacKrell, New York Business Development Corporation; Dave Daino, Operation Oswego County, Inc., Ellen Marshall, Off Broadway Dance Center, and Bernard J. Paprocki, SBA Syracuse district director. For the complete story, click on headline or photo above.

  • SUNY Oswego May graduates set to chart new paths

    SUNY Oswego senior Kenny Roffo, shown here presenting at the college's Quest on a new interactive puzzle he designed, will start a job at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California as a software engineer after May graduation. He said showing JPL's hiring manager he could solve a Rubik’s Cube in less than 30 seconds helped land him an internship that paved the way for his new job. He is among nearly 1,700 students eligible to take part in May 13 commencement ceremonies. For the story, click on headline or photo above.

  • Entergy Renews Sponsorship for 2017 Harborfest Fireworks

    Saturday night pyrotechnics an anchor of annual festival. For the story, click on headline or photo above.

  • SUNY Oswego on Cutting Edge of Telemedicine

    Dr. Isabelle Bichindaritz of SUNY Oswego helps to advance telemedicine in Central New York. For the story, click on the headline or photo above.

  • SUCCESS STORY: Douglas Outdoors Sets the Pace

    Fishing equipment supplier — led by owner David Barclay — is taking the world by storm. For story, click on headline or photo above.

  • SPECIAL REPORT: Elvis is in the House!

    Par-K GM Tom Gilbo dazzles fans as an Elvis tribute artist. For the story, click on headline or photo above.

  • PROFILE: New Oswego-Fulton Chamber Leader Steps Into Limelight

    Oswego's own Katie Toomey is ready to make an impression. For the story, click on headline or photo above.

  • No opening date set yet for new Home2 Suites by Hilton

    Hospitality project deemed beneficial to Oswego's economic development scene. For story, click on headline or photo above.

  • Area Nonprofit Agency Establishes Paid Leave Policy

    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.

  • The Landings at Meadowood Opens Luxury Rental Apartments

    Upscale Baldwinsville housing facility will be totally complete in 2019. For story, click on headline or photo above.

  • Success Story: C&S Companies Huge Player in CNY

    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.

  • HealthWay: Lobdells Put Pulaski on the Map

    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.

  • New Restaurant, Lodging Business Opens in Pulaski

    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.

Latest News

  • Onion Businesses Shut Doors in Oswego Town

    Empire Fresh-Cuts, LLC, 8033 state Route 104, and Oswego Growers & Shippers, 8011 state Route 104, town of Oswego, have closed, according to L. Michael Treadwell, executive director of Operation Oswego County, the county’s designated econom... Read More

  • Birds Eye HQ to Shut Down by Year’s End

    The former local headquarters of Birds Eye Foods Inc. in suburban Rochester will close at year's end, its owners said recently.The company began shutting down the Penfield operation this year and will shutter it completely by year’s end, Pinna... Read More

  • Lakeside Artisans Cooperative Winner of Next Great Idea Competition

    The Lakeside Artisans Cooperative is the winner of the 2010 Next Great Idea Competition for its idea to create a cooperative retail outlet involving local artists.A check for $25,000 was presented to Michele Southgate, Tim Ames and Allen Bjorkman.&ld... Read More

  • Finalists selected for 2010 ‘Next Great Idea’ Competition

    Adirondack Physical and Occupational Therapy and Lakeside Artisans Cooperative has been selected as finalists for the 2010 Next Great Idea Oswego County Business Plan Competition.On Nov. 9, finalists will give a 20-minute presentation on their busine... Read More

  • Oswego County Companies Begin United Way Campaigns

    With the United Way of Greater Oswego County’s annual campaign under way, resource development director Lois Luber has been busy visiting area businesses and organizations to help them with their employee campaigns in support of the United Way.... Read More

  • Online Program Aims to Increase Access to a SUNY Oswego MBA

    SUNY Oswego will start a new online MBA program in January to enable busy professionals, soldiers stationed at Fort Drum and alumni from Pennsylvania to India to obtain their master’s degrees in business administration.The school of business wi... Read More

  • Governor Names Scriber to Oswego College Council

    Gov. David Paterson has appointed William Scriber of Parish to the SUNY Oswego College Council for a seven-year term. The council will next meet on Dec. 3.The College Council has 10 members, including nine prominent citizens appointed by the governor... Read More

  • Felix Schoeller in Pulaski to Change Leaders

    Felix Schoeller North America in Pulaski will be under new leadership come January.Michael Szidat will take over as president and CEO at the end of the year.The Pulaski site produces specialty and imaging paper.Szidat will replace Paul Williams, who ... Read More

  • Fulton Thermal Corp. to Expand Manufacturing Facility

    While many in the manufacturing industry have been significantly impacted by troubled economic times, Fulton Thermal Corp. (www.fulton.com), a global manufacturer of steam and hydronic boilers and thermal fluid heaters, recently broke ground on a 112... Read More

  • St. Luke Health Services Awarded Grant for Expansion

    St. Luke Health Services has been awarded an $8 million dollar grant through the New York State Department of Health/Dormitory Authority-Health Care Efficiency and Affordability Law for New Yorkers, Capital Grant Program (HEAL NY Program).The grant f... Read More

  • Hotels, Motels Overflow With Outage Workers, Anglers

    The outage at Entergy's James A. FitzPatrick Nuclear Power Plant at Nine Mile Point in Scriba combined with salmon fishing season means there is virtually no hotel or motel rooms available in Oswego County.Tammy Holden, communications specialist for... Read More

  • Universal Metal Works Opens Doors in Fulton

    C & C Metal Fabrications Inc., 159 Hubbard St., Fulton, has been sold.Currently, the name of the business is C & C Universal Metal Works.“We don’t want to confuse customers when they are calling in,” said co-owner John Shark... Read More

  • NOCHS Chief to Speak on Health Care Reform

    Primary care and health care reform in Oswego County will be the topic of a presentation at 6 p.m. Thursday at a meeting of the Central New York Health Systems Agency.The meeting will take place at the Iroquois Healthcare Association, 5740 Commons Pa... Read More

  • SUNY Oswego to Celebrate Campus Development on Friday

    Members of the SUNY Oswego community and the greater Oswego community, including dignitaries from Albany, will celebrate the start of building Oswego's new sciences facilities and the opening of the Village residential units in two events Friday.A g... Read More

  • MACNY Adds Clout to its Research Capabilities

    The Manufacturers Association of Central New York today unveiled a new initiative creating a statewide Manufacturing Research Institute of New York State.MACNY is leading the initiative on behalf of The Manufacturers Alliance of New York, a statewide... Read More

  • OI Selected to Make Belts for Government

    Oswego Industries in Fulton has been selected to produce approximately 30,000 leather dress belts per year for VF Imagewear, to be used by the United States Transportation Security Administration for the next three years.The new project, which is val... Read More

  • State DOT Plans $7.9 million Route 104 East Project

    The state Department of Transportation will be conducting a major $7.9 million project along state Route 104 East this fall.The project involves the widening of the thoroughfare from George Street in the city to Kocher Road (county Route 63) in the t... Read More

  • OCB’s Career Center Awarded Prestigious Award

    The Southern Regional Education Board recently presented Oswego County BOCES’ Burton Ramer Technical Career Center with the “High Schools That Work” Gold Improvement Award.OCB is one of only 12 schools in the nation to receive the g... Read More

  • Amish Community Growing in Northern Oswego County

    The signs of the times in Northern Oswego County are yellow and black and have a horse and buggy on them.The road signs cropping up on state and county roads remind drivers to watch for the horse-drawn wagons that serve as transportation for our newe... Read More

  • Sunoco Celebrates Opening of Ethanol Manufacturing Facility

    Sunoco hosted a ceremonial ribbon cutting Wednesday to celebrate the grand opening of its ethanol manufacturing facility in Volney.After an investment of approximately $25 million and months of capital work, the 100-million-gallon-per-year ethanol ma... Read More

Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 149

Issue 149
April/May 2017

Cover Story

  • John Cerniglia
  • Main concern is about matching physician with hospital, community

  • Stacy Varre
  • No. 1 priority is offering a high level of customer service

  • Christopher Mitchell
  • Recruiting the right physicians can take months, sometimes years, hundreds of communications and many meetings

  • Deborah Tuttle
  • Unlike other hospitals in the area, SUNY Upstate relies on each department to recruit its own physicians

Profiles

Katie Toomey

On The Job

On The Job

Success Stories

Douglas Outdoors LLC

My Turn

Bad Reviews on Social Media? Businesses Are Taking Action

Economic Trends

Programs Help Business Development and Growth

Last Page

Paul Lear