• Top Gun: Ed Fayette

    Area realtor sets the standard for sales, customer satisfaction. For the story, click on the headline or photo above.

  • Sky is the Limit for CNY Drones

    The Fulton-based business — left by Sean Falconer, left, and John McGraw — is ready to take off to new heights. For the story, click on the headline or photo above.

  • 'Success Story': Lindsey Aggregates

    Lindsey Aggregates has become an industry leader after making a multi-million dollar investment. The team is anchored by, from left, Monica Coe, secretary; Alan Levine, company CEO; and co-owners Warren and Virginia Vandish. For the story, click on the headline or photo above.

  • "How I Got Started": Bob Bateman

    Life and career are sweet for the owner of Cakes Galore & More in Oswego. Check out the story by clicking on the headline or photo above.

  • CNY's Economy Growing, But Not Spectacularly

    Region grows at lower rates compared to other Upstate New York areas. For the story, click on the headline or photo above.

  • Gun Shops Still Thriving in Central NY

    Bill Fairbrother works on a shotgun at his gun shop, Buck-N-Bears, in Mexico. For a look at the local gun industry, click on the caption or photo above.

  • Profile: Jim Weatherup

    New chairman of the Oswego County Legislature ready to take on challenges. For story, click on the headline or photo above.

  • Cahill Landing Redevelopment Project Upgrades Oswego Waterfront

    Developer Anthony Pauldine has restored the former Coleman's Irish Pub (left) into an apartment building, and is also constructing a professional office building along West First Street in Oswego. Check out this project as well as several others that will impact Oswego County in 2019 in the February-March edition of Oswego County Business magazine. To subscribe, click on the headline or photo above.

  • Litatro Building One of Several Top Projects in County in '19

    Entrepreneur Atom Avery is positioned to transform a major downtown corner with construction of the Litatro Building, a mixed-use facility. Look for the story in the upcoming February-March edition of Oswego County Business magazine. To subscribe, click on the headline or photo above.

  • Shifting Into Overdrive

    Rich Burritt, fourth-generation owner of Burritt Motors, is revving up for an ambitious $10 million expansion project in the Port City. For the story, click on the headline or photo above.

  • Breaking: Sunoco Fulton Ethanol Plant to Have New Owner

    Attis Industries Inc. (NASDAQ: ATIS) is acquiring Sunoco's ethanol plant in Volney. The deal also includes Sunoco's 1886 Malt House, one of the largest craft-malting facilities in the United States. For the story, click on the headline or photo above.

  • Anthony House by Wellhouse Ministries to Present Annual Ball

    From left, Celestina Spinella, David Chelson and Kateri Spinella look over plans for Anthony House, a comfort care home for the terminally ill. Their annual fundraiser is coming up later this month. For the story, click on the headline or photo above.

  • Train, Develop, Optimize

    Sue Wisniewski, director of marketing and communications for Train, Develop, Optimize, joins Robert Kocik, Manufacturing Extension Partnership center director, in showcasing the organization's rich history and value to the community. For the story, click on the headline or photo above.

  • Oswego Family Physicians joins Oswego Health

    Oswego Family Physicians, a primary care practice located at 110 W. Utica St., Oswego, recently became part of Oswego Health’s Physician Care P.C. Celebrating the occasion are, seated from left, physician Micheal Stephens of OFP; Michael Harlovic, president and CEO of Oswego Health; and physician Robert Morgan of OFP; back row from left, Jeff Coakley, executive vice president at Oswego Health and chief operating officer for Oswego Hospital; physician Renato Mandanas, chief medical officer; and Christopher Mitchell, executive director of Physician Care P.C. For the story, click on the headline or photo above.

  • Pizza War Breaks Out in Mexico, New York!

    Three pizza shops are fiercely competing for customers in the tiny village of Mexico in Oswego County (pop. 5,200). For the story, click on the headline or photo above.

  • Tim Ames: Born to Paint

    Former business owner finds new passion later in life. Next move: to open a fine art gallery in Oswego. For the story, click on the headline or photo above.

  • New Sheriff in Town

    Don Hilton takes command as leader of the Oswego County Sheriff's Department. For the story, click on headline or photo above.

  • True Entrepreneur Always One Project Ahead of Game

    Ed Alberts blends experience, vision to create successful mix of businesses in areas ranging from health care, technology, education, fitness and more. For the story, click on headline or photo above.

  • 'How I Got Started': Larry Rowlee

    At 71, long-time contractor, SUNY Oswego graduate still rolling up his sleeves and taking care of business. For the story, click on headline or photo above.

  • Breaking: William Scriber Takes Command at Port

    New executive director, CEO takes the helm at the port. For the story, click on the headline or photo above.

  • Success Story: The Good Guys Barbershop

    Friendliness, attention to quality place business a cut above the rest. For the story, click on the headline or photo above.

  • Wanted: Massive Shortage of Truck Drivers Worsens

    Prospective truck drivers test their skills in the simulation room at National Tractor Trailer School in Liverpool. For the story, click on the headline or photo above.

Latest News

  • NASA Administrator and Nanotechnology Consultant Headline Tech Conference

    Annual conference offers notes on business-affecting technology trends. Read More

  • Pulaski Hotel Owners Speak Out on Bed Tax

    Method of funding county tourism department concerns some business owners. Read More

  • Oswego County Opportunities Announces New Executive Director

    Joe Roszak brings 16 years experience as executive to position. Read More

  • Exclusive: Huhtamaki to Manufacture Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Containers

    New line may return some laid-off employees to work. Read More

  • Fulton Chamber Adopts Controversial New Name

    Fulton acts alone and becomes the Oswego County Chamber of Commerce. Read More

  • Exclusive: Fran Sullivan Accepts $90,000 State Position

    Pending approval, Sullivan will oversee state prisons Read More

  • Habitat for Humanity to Expand Recycling Activities

    Successful Harborfest recycling "houses" may be around all year. Read More

  • 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. Read More

  • Oswego Capital Expenditure Plan Workshop to be Rescheduled

    Budget road map anticipates future expenditures Read More

  • Alcan Honored for Social Responsibility

    Aluminum giant tops Fortune magazine's list. Read More

  • Last Independent Office Supply Dealer in Oswego Retires Business

    Parkside Office Supplies purchased by East Syracuse-based supplier. Read More

  • Operation Oswego County Launches New Web Site

    Real estate screening through internet is on the rise. Read More

  • MasterCard Signature Debit Denied at Wal-Mart Stores

    Retail giant cites higher fees as reason for denial. Read More

  • Economic Summit Forecasts Future Challenges, Opportunities

    Futurist: "molecular economy" will require new business, educational, and community strategies. Read More

  • SUNY Oswego to Host Workforce Summit

    Summit will feature prominent futurist, Ed Barlow. Read More

  • Small Businesses Purchasing Only Essentials Say CPAs

    Business owners focus on maintenance over growth. Read More

  • Oswego City School District Among Best in Nation

    "We've kept our schools strong," says school superintendent Read More

  • Oswego Native to Purchase Fallen Sports Complex

    Dunsmoor and family call Pathfinder dome "a good investment." Read More

  • Corporate Contributions Remain Strong

    Despite the sluggish economic recovery in the United States and war clouds in the Middle East. Read More

  • Study Tallies High Costs of Health Related Lost Work Productivity

    Study estimates companies lose $226 billion per year in health related worker's problems. Read More

Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 161

Issue 161
April/May 2019

Cover Story

Profiles

Kristin Bullard

On The Job

What Do You Do to Retain Your Best Employees?

Success Stories

Lindsey Aggregates

My Turn

Newspaper: An Industry in Crisis

Newsmakers

News Briefs on Local Businesses & Business People

Economic Trends

Programs that Facilitate Region’s Business Development and Growth

Last Page

Kateri Spinella