Oswego County Opportunities has implemented a new paid leave policy that provides its full- and part-time employees an annual paid leave allowance to undergo preventative cancer screenings. The policy is the first among nonprofit agencies in Oswego County. Celebrating the initiative are, from left, Carolyn Handville, coordinator of OCO’s Cancer Services Program, OCO Executive Director Diane Cooper-Currier, OCO Director of Human Resources Cindy Seeber, and OCO Benefits Manager Denise Russell. For story, click on headline or photo above.
Upscale Baldwinsville housing facility will be totally complete in 2019. For story, click on headline or photo above.
President-CEO John Trimble leads the design, construction firm as it balances people, profit and the planet. For the story, click on headline or photo above.
CEO/chairman Vincent Lobdell, left, and director of manufacturing Joe Hurd continue to set the pace in the global air purification industry. For story, click on headline or photo above.
Melissa Gibbs recently opened Salmon River Pub & Grill, the newest attraction on Pulaski's dining and lodging scene. Click on headline or photo above for the story.
Carolyn Yerdon, a weather watcher from Redfield, has gained national notoriety. Click on headline or photo above for the story.
Infrastructure improvements to pave way to progress in Fulton. Catch the story in the upcoming edition of Oswego County Business magazine. To subscribe, click on headline or photo above.
CCC, CiTi joins forces to create more clout. Check out the story in the upcoming edition of Oswego County Business magazine. To subscribe, click on headline or photo above.
Y on rebound under leadership of CEO Kerrie Webb. Check out the story in the upcoming edition of Oswego County Business magazine. To subscribe, click on headline or photo above.
The city of Oswego was awarded $10 million as part of New York state’s competitive Downtown Revitalization Initiative program. The plan looks to pump excitement into the Port City. For the story, click on the headline or photo above.
Goal is to build new terminal building to increase accessibility. To subscribe, click on headline or photo above.
Jason Accordino's business joins several other new establishments in the area. To subscribe, click on headline or photo above.
Exclusive: Fran Sullivan Accepts $90,000 State Position
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MasterCard Signature Debit Denied at Wal-Mart Stores
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SUNY Oswego to Host Workforce Summit
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Small Businesses Purchasing Only Essentials Say CPAs
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Oswego City School District Among Best in Nation
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Oswego County Job Market to Improve Over 2004
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City to reduce workforce by offering incentives to quit. Read More
Taxpayers Urge County Legislature To Reconsider 2004 Budget
Budget decision postponed until Monday. Read More
Nestle and Sonoco Plants Expected to Resume Operation Under New Ownership
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Doubled Salary Proposal for Oswego Mayor Waived, Smaller Raise Sought
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