Exclusive: Fran Sullivan Accepts $90,000 State Position
Pending approval, Sullivan will oversee state prisons
Habitat for Humanity to Expand Recycling Activities
Successful Harborfest recycling "houses" may be around all year.
New Owners Plan to Offer More Entertainment at Oswego Speedway
Go-cart, fly-over events and concerts are some of the new fun things being considered for the race track.
Oswego Capital Expenditure Plan Workshop to be Rescheduled
Budget road map anticipates future expenditures
Alcan Honored for Social Responsibility
Aluminum giant tops Fortune magazine's list.
Last Independent Office Supply Dealer in Oswego Retires Business
Parkside Office Supplies purchased by East Syracuse-based supplier.
Operation Oswego County Launches New Web Site
Real estate screening through internet is on the rise.
MasterCard Signature Debit Denied at Wal-Mart Stores
Retail giant cites higher fees as reason for denial.
Economic Summit Forecasts Future Challenges, Opportunities
Futurist: "molecular economy" will require new business, educational, and community strategies.
SUNY Oswego to Host Workforce Summit
Summit will feature prominent futurist, Ed Barlow.
Small Businesses Purchasing Only Essentials Say CPAs
Business owners focus on maintenance over growth.
Oswego City School District Among Best in Nation
"We've kept our schools strong," says school superintendent
Oswego Native to Purchase Fallen Sports Complex
Dunsmoor and family call Pathfinder dome "a good investment."
Corporate Contributions Remain Strong
Despite the sluggish economic recovery in the United States and war clouds in the Middle East.
Study Tallies High Costs of Health Related Lost Work Productivity
Study estimates companies lose $226 billion per year in health related worker's problems.
Oswego County Job Market to Improve Over 2004
Local manufacturing upswing to reduce 11-year high unemployment rate.
More Public Workforce Cuts Ahead for City of Oswego
City to reduce workforce by offering incentives to quit.
Taxpayers Urge County Legislature To Reconsider 2004 Budget
Budget decision postponed until Monday.
Nestle and Sonoco Plants Expected to Resume Operation Under New Ownership
Gov. Pataki announces "Christmas present" of 630 jobs for Fulton.
Doubled Salary Proposal for Oswego Mayor Waived, Smaller Raise Sought
New proposal would raise mayor's salary to $40,000 instead of $50,000.
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