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  • NRC Decision This Week Buoys County's Position to Develop New Nukes

    The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s decision to grant Nine Mile Point Nuclear Power Station, LLC, renewed operating licenses does more than just secure 900 jobs.It bodes well for the construction of new nuclear power generating facilities ... Read More

  • Nine Mile Point Nuclear Plants Given New Lease on Life

    It is a powerful vote of confidence.The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission granted Nine Mile Point Nuclear Power Station, LLC, renewed operating licenses for its Units 1 and 2 generating units, owner/operator Constellation Energy announced Tuesday.Th... Read More

  • Davis-Standard, Owner of Fulton Plant, Has Change in Ownership

    Davis-Standard, LLC has been acquired by management and an investor group led by Hamilton Robinson LLC, a Stamford, Conn.-based private equity firm.The acquisition supports Davis-Standard’s strategy to grow its global converting and extrusion s... Read More

  • Oswego Hospital Targets Emergency Department for Renovation

    Oswego Hospital’s soon-to-be-completed $34 million renewal project does not mean an end to improvements at the healthcare facility.Oswego Hospital has targeted its emergency department as the next step in an ongoing expansion and renewal plan.O... Read More

  • Business Expansion Center Undergoes Major Changes

    The Oswego County Business Expansion Center, 185 E. Seneca St., Oswego, is undergoing major transition.New businesses are arriving, one business is leaving, while a county agency is preparing to make the BEC its permanent headquarters.The BEC is owne... Read More

  • Pathfinder Bancorp, Inc., Announces Third Quarter Earnings

    Pathfinder Bancorp, Inc., the mid-tier holding company of Pathfinder Bank, reported net income of $170,000, or 7 cents per share, for the three months ended Sept. 30, as compared to $116,000, or 5 cents per share, for the same period in 2005.For the ... Read More

  • Manufacturing Jobs Return to Pulaski

    A year and a half after Felix Schoeller Technical Papers in Pulaski shed 150 jobs and most of its manufacturing activities, the site is looking to make a big comeback. If all goes according to plan, Schoeller’s employment numbers will be nearl... Read More

  • SUNY Oswego's Business School Again Ranked Among Best

    The Princeton Review has named SUNY Oswego's School of Business one of the "Best 282 Business Schools" in its graduate school guidebook of that title, released earlier this month.The Princeton Review is known for its college rankings b... Read More

  • Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce is Born After Merger

    In what has been hailed as a significant achievement that will have a positive impact on the business climate in Oswego County, the Greater Oswego Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Fulton Chamber of Commerce, doing business as the Oswego County Cha... Read More

  • Oswego Chamber Members OK Proposed Merger with Fulton

    The membership of the Greater Oswego Chamber of Commerce has given its blessing to the proposed merger between the Greater Fulton and Oswego chambers of commerce.At a special meeting held today, a quorum of members voted in favor of the merger by a 5... Read More

  • It's Official: Alliance New on County Banking Scene

    Alliance Financial Corp., the holding company for Alliance Bank N.A., has completed its acquisition of Bridge Street Financial, Inc.As a result of the merger, Bridge Street’s wholly owned subsidiary, Oswego County National Bank, was merged into... Read More

  • Chamber Head: Merchants Must Prepare for Bridge Closing

    The Greater Oswego Chamber of Commerce, through an informal survey, gauged the sentiment of downtown merchants regarding the upcoming Bridge Street Bridge project.Jennifer Hill, executive director of the chamber, said several longstanding downtown bu... Read More

  • City of Oswego, DOT Negotiate Over Bridge Project Timing

    City of Oswego officials are in discussion with the New York State Department of Transportation regarding the time frame for the upcoming Bridge Street Bridge project.Reconstruction of the Bridge Street Bridge in the city of Oswego will result in the... Read More

  • End of an Era for One of Oswego's Longest-standing Businesses

    The acquisition of Oswego County National Bank by Alliance Financial Corp. is expected to become a done deal on Friday.When OCNB customers awake on Oct. 10, the day following the Columbus Day observance, they will be dealing with Syracuse-based Allia... Read More

  • Members' Vote Next Step in Chamber Merger Plan

    The boards of directors of the Greater Fulton and Oswego chambers of commerce have agreed to merge.The name of the newly merged corporation will be the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce, Inc.Its headquarters will be at 44 E. Bridge St., Osweg... Read More

  • Return to Pulaski: Douglas Barclay completes ambassadorship in El Salvador

    When U.S. Ambassador to El Salvador H. Douglas Barclay finishes his three-year tour of duty in a little more than three months, he will turn another page in a storied career.Although the 74-year-old Pulaski resident doesn’t know yet where the n... Read More

  • Operation Oswego County Elects New Board Members

    Operation Oswego County, the county’s designated economic development agency, recently elected new board members at its 54th annual meeting.The OOC board of directors elected Kerry Dorsey, associate vice president for development and alumni rel... Read More

  • Businessman: Bridge Project to have 'Devastating' Impact on Downtown

    One business person in the city of Oswego is up in arms over the upcoming Bridge Street Bridge reconstruction project.John Henry of Mitchell Printing & Mailing, 127 E. First St., Oswego, said the project will have a devastating impact on downtown... Read More

  • Oswego Health appoints new president/CEO

    As the Oswego Hospital marks its 125th year, members of the Oswego Health board have made a historic change in management structure and leadership.For the first time in the organization’s history, a president/chief executive officer has been na... Read More

  • Kinney Drugs expands its market share in Oswego County

    Kinney Drugs’ credo is simply stated: “That we are only as strong as our community and we should each strive to make our community a better place to live.”With its recent acquisition of Wayne Drugs, Kinney is continuing to pursue th... Read More