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.
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.
A Bookstore in Oswego? Beating All the Odds, River's End Bookstore Continues to Grow
Bill Reilly quit his job as advertising sales director at Newsweek in New York City to move to Oswego. He is happy he made the move: the bookstore he started from scratch continues to grow. Read More
John Fitzgibbons Leaves Haylor Freyer & Coon to Open Own Insurance Agency
Professional leaves after 13 years with the company to strike out on his own. Read More
New Ownership at Black Clawson; Plant to Remain in Fulton
Mark Panozza, president of the Black Clawson Converting Machinery, Inc.: "The employees are very excited about this opportunity." Read More
International Business Exchange Offers Networking Opportunities
International Business Exchange to offer companies the forum to seek business opportunities and exchange experiences in business management. Read More
Oswego County United Way Has New Executive Director
United Way of Greater Oswego County's Board of Directors named Maureen Quinlan as the organization's new executive director. Read More
Cruise Company to Operate Rose Lummis Boat Tour Starting in May
Tourists, history buffs and Oswego River lovers have something to cheer: a new canal cruising venture will make its debut on Oswego River in May 2003. Read More
Felix Schoeller Announces Pulaski Plant Expansion; 25 New Jobs
Felix Schoeller Technical Papers, Inc. of Pulaski has recently announced a $6 million expansion Read More
Local Stores Among the 3 Busiest Subway Franchises in New York State
Of nearly 200 Subway sandwich shops in New York state, two of the three top grossing restaurants are in Oswego. Read More
A $20 million Company that Keeps Growing, and Growing
The diversity of products is one reason for the Northern Family of Companies? success over the years, according to owner Tom Venezia Read More
What to Expect for 2003?
Business Owners in Oswego County Have Mixed Feelings About 2003 Read More
Arby's to Pinky's to Arby's: Oswego Restaurant Reopens in January as Arby's
Arby's is returning to Oswego after a hiatus of approximately a year. Read More
"Operation Turnaround" Established To Deal With the Nestle Closure
After more than 100 years, the city of Fulton and 467 employees learned the fate of the local chocolate manufacturing facility. Read More
Business Incubator Now Wired
Operation Oswego County, Inc.(OOC) was recently awarded a wired builiding initiative grant of $31,000. Read More
School of Business Earns International Accreditation
SUNY Oswego?s School of Business has achieved accreditation of its undergraduate and graduate programs by AACSB International. Read More
Local United Way Recruiting New Leader
Randi Battaglia, executive director of the United Way of Greater Oswego County, recently announced to the organization's board of directors her resignation effective Feb. 28, 2003. Read More
After 102 years in Fulton, Nestle announces it?s closing plant in May
After careful consideration, the Confections & Snacks Division of Nestle USA has announced plans to discontinue operations at the Fulton, NY manufacturing facility. Read More
Deborah Stanley Chosen the 2002 Woman of the Year
Deborah Stanley, president of the SUNY Oswego, has been selected as the 2002 Woman of Achievement by the Zonta Club of Oswego. Read More
Will Ames Store's Buildings in Pulaski and Oswego Become Vacant Eyesores?
Local officials said today that their hopes to have new tenants occupying the soon-to-be-closed Ames store in Oswego are high but that the Pulaski store may take from eight to 12 months to be filled. Read More
Sept. 11, 2002: Business as Usual for Businesses in Oswego County
On the one-year anniversary of the tragedies of Sept. 11, 2001, many local business owners have expressed a ?business as usual? approach to today, integrated with a solemn mood of reflection and appreciation. Patricia Garafolo of Classic Styles Sa... Read More
Meet Brian Frazier, the New Director of Planning for Oswego County
Brian Frazier, who has been Oswego County?s director of Planning and Community Development since July 15, is still in what he calls the ?learning curve, honeymoon period? in his job. Read More
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