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  • SBA?s Syracuse Office Launches Small Business Hotline

    The U.S. Small Business Administration’s Syracuse District Office has launched a small business hot line to address the Upstate New York small business community’s concerns during the current economic climate and credit crunch. The SBA Sy... Read More

  • Goldberg?s Building Reborn as ?129 Cayuga ? Condos

    After nearly two years of renovations and a  $2 million investment, the former Goldberg’s Furniture building has been reborn as 129 Cayuga Condominiums, Inc., according to property developer Douglas Caster.“This 30,000 sq. ft., th... Read More

  • EFC Announces $13.9 Million for Constantia Water Project

    The town of Constantia has tapped into an $11.9 million interest-free loan and $2 million grant for a water project, according to New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation Acting President Matthew Millea.The funding is provided by way of th... Read More

  • Local Women?s Advocate and Entrepreneur to be Featured at ?Connections?

    On Tuesday, Oct. 7, SUNY Oswego’s Office of Business and Community Relations and the Women’s Network for Entrepreneurial Training will gather women from across Central New York for “Connections.” The day-long conference wil... Read More

  • Grant Ushers in Bright Future for Oswego Hospital

    Oswego Hospital was awarded $14.4 million in grant funds Sept. 30, enabling the healthcare facility to make improvements to several key hospital departments. The funding, called HEAL NY (Healthcare Efficiency and Affordability Law for New Yorker... Read More

  • Tough Economy Challenges Local Mortgage Holders

    It is no secret that throughout much of the United States, home foreclosures have been going through the roof. In 2007, the nation experienced a total of over 2.2 million foreclosures, according to realtytrac.com. That total is on pace to be b... Read More

  • Oswego County Federal Credit Union Offering College Scholarships

    Oswego County Federal Credit Union (OCFCU), is again offering college-bound high school seniors who are members the chance to win one of five $250 scholarships, it was announced by William Carhart, CEO.     “OCFCU has joined the ... Read More

  • Fulton Mayor Optimistic Regarding NY3C Comeback

    Despite turbulence within the cocoa sector of the Ivory Coast, Fulton Mayor Ronald Woodward said he is optimistic that New York Chocolate & Confections Company will begin production in the city by year's end.“We’re still waiting on t... Read More

  • Date's Set for SyracuseCoE's 8th Annual Symposium

    SyracuseCoE expects more than 400 people to attend its 8th annual Symposium this coming Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 29 and 30 at the Oncenter, Syracuse. Keynote speakers Kevin Surace, CEO of Serious Materials, and Majora Carter, MacArthur Foundation &... Read More

  • One of States Largest Financial Service Companies Has New Assistant VP

    KeyBank has named Heidi Ferguson assistant vice president and relationship manager, Business Banking, for the Central New York District. She is responsible for small business lending and developing and growing small business relationships throughout ... Read More

  • Warren Buffet-owned Company to Buy Constellation For $4.7B

    Berkshire's MidAmerican Energy Holdings Co. said Thursday it will buy Constellation Energy Group, Inc. for $4.7 billion and give it an immediate $1 billion infusion.The moves came after shares of the nation's largest wholesale power seller plummete... Read More

  • Local Wire Manufacturer to Lay Off Majority of Workforce

    Oswego Wire, Inc. will lay off more than half its work force by the end of the month, according to a spokesperson for its parent company, Coleman Cable Co., of Waukegan, Ill.It is also moving some of its manufacturing operations to Copperfield, Inc.,... Read More

  • Pall-Times? New Owner Discusses Future of the Paper

    The Palladium-Times newspaper, based in Oswego, was recently sold to Sample News Group, a Pennsylvania-based publisher that specializes in hometown daily newspapers.The announcement was confirmed recently by George “Scoop” Sample, chief e... Read More

  • Fitz Plant's Operating License Good Until 2034

    The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has approved the Entergy Nuclear application for a renewed operating license for the James A. FitzPatrick Nuclear Power Plant.FitzPatrick is located at Nine Mile Point in Scriba, home to two other nuclear power facil... Read More

  • Port Of Oswego Authority Receives Fish And Wildlife Service Grant

    The Port of Oswego Authority, in conjunction with the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation will receive grant funding of nearly $434,000 from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services for commercial and recreational facil... Read More

  • Local Paper Gets Sold to Sample News Group

    The Palladium-Times has been sold to Sample News Group, a Pennsylvania-based publisher that specializes in hometown daily newspapers.The sale closed Monday and terms were not disclosed. The announcement was made Monday by George Sample, chief executi... Read More

  • Stanley to Remain Oswego State's President

    SUNY Oswego President Deborah F. Stanley announced Thursday that she has withdrawn her name as a candidate for the presidency of Old Dominion University, located in Norfolk, Va.Stanley said in a prepared release that she made her decision after caref... Read More

  • St. Luke and Michaud Approve Three-Year Contract

    Union health care workers at St. Luke and Michaud Nursing Homes ratified a three-year agreement with home management yesterday. Workers at both facilities unanimously approved the tentative agreement with a combined vote of 87 for and zero against. T... Read More

  • Oswego College President May Take Old Dominion Leadership Role

    SUNY Oswego President Deborah F. Stanley is one of two finalists for the presidency at Old Dominion University, a public research university of about 22,000 students in Norfolk, Va., according to published reports.Stanley has been president of the Os... Read More

  • St. Luke, Michaud Reach Tentative Agreement with Union

    Officials at St. Luke Health Services in Oswego and Michaud Residential Health Services in Fulton announced today that tentative contract agreements have been reached with Service Employees International Union (SEIU 1199) Upstate. SEIU 1199 represent... 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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