By George W. Chapman The short answer is: don’t hold your breath. A recent article in the New York Times by Reed Abelson explained.
By Gwenn Voelckers “Build thy home in thy heart and be forever sheltered.” – Anonymous This is one of my favorite quotes. It captures
By Eva Briggs I recently had surgery, and that meant figuring out how to deal with pets while recovering. Since two thirds of U.S.
Q&A with David Bass, Cardiologist Who Recently Joined Oswego Health Q. What makes you different from other cardiologists? A. There are a lot of
By Melissa Stefanec MelissaStefanec@yahoo.com It’s back-to-school season, but September 2020 has parents weighing more complicated things than school-supply budgets and first-day outfits. We parents
By Anne Palumbo A popular takeout during normal times, pad Thai — a beloved Thai noodle dish — has skyrocketed in popularity, according to
Dear Savvy Senior, My aunt recently asked me to be the executor of her will when she dies. I’m flattered that she asked, but
By Deborah Banikowski District Manager, Syracuse Did you know you can see your work history online all the way back to your first job?
By George W. Chapman What tends to get lost in all the headline-grabbing news related to the pandemic (PPE shortages, morbidity, testing, lingering long
By Gwenn Voelckers “Why in the world would I want to get good at living alone?” scowled my discontented divorced friend, weary of sheltering-in-place