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  • Exclusive: Fulton Birds Eye Plant to Remain Open

    The Fulton Birds Eye plant, a staple on the city’s manufacturing scene since 1902, will remain open.The plant employs 300 workers and processes frozen vegetables and other food products.Late last year, Pinnacle Brands Corp. paid $1.3 billion to... Read More

  • It’s Official: Syracuse Chamber, MDA Merger Complete

    The merger between the Greater Syracuse Chamber of Commerce and the Metropolitan Development Association is complete.The new name for the organization is CenterState Corporation for Economic Opportunity.With more than 2,000 members, CenterState CEO r... Read More

  • McHugh Withdraws From Oswego's Commencement

    Secretary of the Army John McHugh will not attend SUNY Oswego's 149th Commencement on Saturday to receive an honorary degree. He informed college President Deborah F. Stanley of his decision Monday.Referencing objections by some members of the campu... Read More

  • Chamber to Feature Annual Small Business Week Breakfast

    Members of the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce as well as business owners throughout the area are invited to hear one the country’s foremost retail experts at the chamber’s annual Small Business Week breakfast.The event will be ... Read More

  • SUNY Oswego Small Business Advisers Share in National SBA Award

    Small-business advisers based at SUNY Oswego and Jefferson Community College have won a national award from the U.S. Small Business Administration.The SUNY Oswego Small Business Development Center, as part of the Watertown Regional SBDC, will receive... Read More

  • Oswego CDO Director Wins Top SBA Award

    Mary Vanouse, director of the City of Oswego Community Development Office, is the winner of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Women in Business Champion Award.Not only did she top all nominees in the 34- county Syracuse district, she was... Read More

  • Inaugural Meeting of the MDA-Syracuse Chamber Set for May 10

    The inaugural meeting of the newly formed partnership between the Metropolitan Development Association and the Greater Syracuse Chamber of Commerce will be held from noon to 1:30 p.m. May 10 at the Nicholas J. Pirro Convention Center at Oncenter in S... Read More

  • House of Thai Closes Doors in Downtown Oswego

    A local restaurant stalwart, the House of Thai, has apparently closed its doors.The phone number of the restaurant has been disconnected, and the front door of the business has been boarded up.The restaurant, owned by Ithaca natives Teeranut (Mac) Ro... Read More

  • Oswego County FCU to Open New Branch in Mexico

    The Oswego County Federal Credit Union is opening a new branch in Mexico, the first one outside the city of Oswego and the third branch in the county.William Carhart, CEO of Oswego County Federal Credit Union, expressed excitement about the addition.... Read More

  • SUNY Oswego Pumps $345 Million Into Area Economy

    Prospering together.SUNY-Oswego President Deborah F. Stanley spoke of the different economic influences the university has on the economy in Central New York in a speech given to local business leaders and the community Thursday.“The university... Read More

  • Area Media Group to Recognize Publishing Legend

    The Professional Journalists & Communicators of Oswego County will honor one of its former presidents and a true champion of the press in Oswego County, Vince Caravan, with a special dinner in his honor.Caravan will be recognized for his years as... Read More

  • SUNY Oswego President to Unveil Report on College's Economic Impact

    The president of SUNY Oswego, the county's largest employer and one of the largest in the region, will present a report to the public at 7:30 a.m. March 25 that explores how the college's jobs, spending, educational offerings, research, cultural ev... Read More

  • Study: Oswego County Physicians Major Economic Force

    A major economic study focused on private practice physicians in New York state indicates that the estimated 61 physician practices in Oswego County are driving $44 million into the county’s economy through the employment of 463 physicians and ... Read More

  • Roman Joins Alliance as VP, Relationship Manager of Commercial Banking

    Tom Roman has joined Alliance Bank, N.A., as vice president and relationship manager of commercial banking.Alliance is the $1.4 billion Syracuse-based bank and wholly owned subsidiary of Alliance Financial Corporation (NASDAQ: ALNC).Roman’s mor... Read More

  • After 41 Years, Radio Veteran to Hang Up Microphone

    John Krauss, one of the first voices to be heard on WRVO, will be retiring at the end of March.On Jan. 6, 1969, when WRVO first went on the air, Krauss was the first person heard on 89.9 FM.He has served as its general manager since 1997.He plans to ... Read More

  • Sustainability Fair to Feature Green Products, Ideas

    “The Sustainability Fair—Green Products and Ideas” on April 21 at SUNY Oswego will offer students, homeowners and community members a look at a GM fuel cell vehicle, a display to showcase the college's new eco-friendly student apar... Read More

  • Bion Promotes Cattle/Energy Proposal for Oswego County

    Jim Kapell has an ambitious project planned in Oswego County, one he realizes can get people worried.“This is very large scale. It’s scary to folks that it’s so large scale,” Kapell said.Kapell, vice president of project devel... Read More

  • Commentary: Closing Fort Ontario a 'Terrible' Idea

    In an effort to close the state budget gap, the Office of Parks, Recreation and Historical Preservation recommended closing 57 state parks and historic sites late last week.Unfortunately, included among that list was Fort Ontario.Closing the historic... Read More

  • Scriber Sees Progress, Growth at New Port Position

    When William Scriber switched jobs, he didn’t have much of a break.“I didn’t resign until midnight on New Year’s Day because I was still doing reports ... on the money we had spent at the Board of Elections,” Scriber sai... Read More

  • Developer Plans Supermarket on Former Price Chopper Site in Oswego

    The owner of the former Price Chopper site on East Cayuga Street in Oswego is looking to re-establish another supermarket at the location.Marbell Realty Corp. in New Rochelle is the owner of the property.Owner Peter Barotz said Price Chopper surrende... Read More

Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 148

Issue 148
February/March 2017

Cover Story

Profiles

Carla Deshaw

Success Stories

C & S Companies

Success Stories

C&S Involved in High Profile Projects in CNY

My Turn

Trump Pulls Off the Unthinkable

Economic Trends

Manufacturing, Energy Lead to Promising Economic Outlook in 2017

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