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  • Old Man Winter Has No Mercy On Homeowners, Businesses

    The ongoing onslaught of wicked winter weather is certainly taking its toll on Oswego County residents, including business people.Lake-effect snows have buried the region under several feet of snow, and there’s little relief in sight as more is... Read More

  • Regional Business Events Join Forces to Form Accelerate2007

    Several of the region's biggest business-related gatherings are joining forces in 2007 for the inaugural Accelerate2007 event in May. Accelerate2007 is a full-day event focusing on technology, manufacturing, energy and the environment.  Featu... Read More

  • City of Oswego Reschedules Micro Enterprise Class

    It’s not too late. If you resolved that 2007 is the year for you to start your own business, you can still sign up for Micro Enterprise Training.   The Micro Enterprise Training is an in-depth 21 hour program to help you to plan ... Read More

  • Excellus Health Plan Appoints Chief Operating Officer

    Excellus BlueCross BlueShield today announced the appointment of Paul von Ebers to executive vice president and chief operating officer of Excellus Health Plan.The promotion is effective immediately.In his new role, von Ebers will be responsible for ... Read More

  • Small Business Administration's Budget to Expand

    President Bush announced a proposed FY 2008 budget for the U.S. Small Business Administration that increases financing capacity by 40 percent over business lending in FY 2006, reduces fees on loans, and provides increased funding and staff for SBA... Read More

  • Lee Memorial in Fulton Continues to Battle Against Downsizing Measures

    It’s business as usual at A.L. Lee Memorial Hospital in Fulton.For the time being, anyway.However, recommended changes by a state panel which have become law threaten major services the hospital provides.The Commission on Health Care Facilities... Read More

  • Novelis Talks May Lead to Sale; Shares Skyrocket

    Novelis Inc., the aluminum-sheet maker spun off from Alcan Inc., is in the midst of talks that may lead to the sale of the company.Novelis's stock surged 24 percent to a record, and the shares of rivals climbed as well, according to Bloomberg.com.No... Read More

  • SUNY Oswego Multi-million Dollar Revenue Source for Community

    A new economic impact study indicates that SUNY Oswego generates $133.3 million annually for the Oswego County economy.This includes spending by students, faculty, staff, SUNY Oswego and its affiliated agencies.That figure is an increase of nearly 11... Read More

  • New Business Council President Addresses Oswego-Fulton Chamber

    Unprecedented cooperation between Upstate and Downstate businesses could send a stronger message to Albany, according to the new president and CEO of The Business Council of New York State.Council leader Kenneth Adams was in Oswego to make a keynote ... Read More

  • Oswego Health, Lee Memorial Put Heads Together in Wake of Commission Report

    Board members and executives from Oswego Health and A.L. Lee Memorial in Fulton met recently to tour both of their hospitals and to begin discussions on how to best work together to service the healthcare needs in Oswego County.In late November, 2006... Read More

  • New Athletic Center Opens in Town of Hastings

    Hazen’s Athletic Center, a new 6,400-square-foot indoor sports facility tailored for girl’s fast pitch softball training, celebrated its grand opening Saturday, Jan. 20 at its location in the Rich Corporate Park in the town of Hastings. ... Read More

  • Excellus Pulls Back Reins on Reimbursement Cuts to Oswego Docs

    Excellus, the largest insurance provider in central New York, has decided not to cut reimbursement rates to Oswego County-based physicians.Nearly one year ago, Excellus announced it planned to cut reimbursements to Oswego County physicians by 15 to 2... Read More

  • Community Bank to Acquire Tupper Lake National Bank

    Community Bank System, Inc. plans to absorb Adirondack-based Tupper Lake National Bank in a transaction slated for completion in second quarter 2007. Community Bank plans to buy Tupper Lake in an all-cash transaction valued at $17.6 million, or $34... Read More

  • New 24/7 Gym Opens in Phoenix

    New Image Fitness Whenever, a 24-hour, 4,000 square foot fitness center located in the Three Rivers Plaza in Phoenix, celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday, Jan. 4.   The new fitness center is accessible by member... Read More

  • TFG CPAs Merges With bmc

    TFG CPAs, a regional certified public accounting firm with offices in Syracuse, Auburn and New Hartford, is merging with Beard Miller Company LLP, a nationally ranked top-50 regional accounting and consulting firm.The combined firm will operate under... Read More

  • No changes at Lee Memorial Hospital in Fulton

    It is business as usual at A.L. Lee Memorial Hospital.The Fulton facility is open and ready to serve the community. “It’s a new year, but nothing has changed,” said hospital executive director Dennis Casey. “While the Berger C... Read More

  • Dynegy Plans Include Attracting New Industrial Neighbor

    There’s plenty of elbow room surrounding Dynegy’s Independence Station in Scriba, and company officials are more than willing to share.The property that Independence Station sits on comprises 284 acres, and plant manager Alan Bargender is... Read More

  • Sweet Inspirations Celebrates 20 Years in 2007

    Sweet Inspirations Drive-In celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2007, it was announced by Sandy Freeman, co-owner.“For the past two decades, we’ve become famous all over Central New York for our summer activities, like Saturday Night Cruis... Read More

  • Oswego County Press Club Changes Its Name, Direction

    The membership of the Oswego County Press Club recently voted to change the name of the organization to The Professional Journalists and Communicators of Oswego County.“The organization felt that this name better represented our membership and ... Read More

  • Andrew?s Wine Cellar: Second Generation in the Wine Business

    Perhaps more than any beverage, wine carries with it considerable baggage. It’s the nectar of high class, part drink, part status symbol, and sometimes not even in that order. There are excellent wines, and wines sophisticated connoisseurs ... Read More