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FAIR HAVEN, N.Y. — U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer on Monday told a crowd of 70 weary local government officials and residents that it was time to reconsider Lake Ontario’s water management plan and reinforce shoreline infrastructure in lakeside communities.

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OSWEGO – The Oswego County Legislature’s Human Services Committee presents a certificate to Vernon Tryon to recognize his dedication to service and compassion for others in the community.

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As a first step to spruce up our community, the Greater Mexico Chamber of Commerce Beautification Committee, led by committee chairperson Nancy Evale, is adding flowers to the flag and banner displays along Main Street.

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OSWEGO — In response to New York state’s most significant measles outbreak since the disease was declared eliminated in 2000, local health officials are gearing up vaccinations to inoculate private citizens and public employees against the onset of an outbreak.

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OSWEGO — Hundreds of local Catholics Monday joined ranks to challenge Bishop Robert Cunningham’s decision of St. Paul’s Roman Catholic Church as the site of the city’s newly consolidated parish.

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FULTON — Longtime Fulton-area resident and Fulton City School District Board of Education veteran David Carvey has announced he is running for a seat on the Oswego County Legislature.

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OSWEGO–The Oswego Tree Stewards and Boy Scouts of America Troop #888 recently partnered in Buffer in a Bag, an initiative of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s (NYSDEC) Trees for Tribs Program. Stewards, scouts and their leaders all gathered on the bank of Wine Cre…

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ALBANY — State lawmakers on Thursday voted to eliminate non-medical vaccine exemptions for children attending public schools and Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the measure into law minutes later.

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OSWEGO — County Legislature Chairman James Weatherup delivered the 2019 state of the county address Thursday, extensively highlighting the important services county government provides and stressing cooperation to overcome the socio-economic challenges facing Oswego County.

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OSWEGO — The proposed Lake Ontario national marine sanctuary is described as a “shipwreck sanctuary” that would protect the maritime heritage of lakeshore communities, and the process is moving forward as federal officials plan to start crafting draft proposals in the coming months.

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PARISH — With a budget revote date set for June 18, officials from the Altmar-Parish-Williamstown Central School District are not ruling out the possibility of adopting a contingency budget that could exclude athletic and other extracurricular programs.

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OSWEGO — The Oswego County Department of Social Services will begin piloting a new school-based mental health program in select local schools this summer, with eyes toward the start of the 2019-2020 school year for the program to be operational.

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OSWEGO — Federal officials are seeking public input on the proposed national marine sanctuary in the southeastern waters of Lake Ontario, and locals can provide recommendations tonight at a 6:30 p.m. meeting at the Lake Ontario Event and Conference Center. 

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OSWEGO — An accident Tuesday on the city’s east side involving a car and a van sent one person to the hospital and gummed up traffic already slowed for ongoing construction.

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The Oswego Lions Club recently awarded the $2,000 Harold “H” and Mary Dowd Scholarships this year to Oswego High School student Julia May. She will be attending the University of Buffalo. On hand for the presentation were, Becky O’Kane, Lions Club president, Julia May and Matt Warren, Lions …

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ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced up to $300 million in funding for communities impacted by Lake Ontario flooding Monday at the first meeting of a state commission aimed at creating a more resilient shoreline.

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OSWEGO — The 50th anniversary of the moon landing is quickly approaching and The Palladium-Times would like to memorialize your memories of that timeless moment! Whether you were in your pajamas staying up late with your parents in your living room or out with friends sipping a cold one at t…

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FULTON — A missing piece of the contract between the Fulton City School District and the Golden Sun Bus Service nearly cost the district more than $1 million in state penalties, but district officials have successfully negotiated a forgiveness bill with local state lawmakers.

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OSWEGO — Lake Ontario water levels are starting to stabilize, according to international regulators, but the waters hit a new record high this week and have increased steadily since late March. 

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OSWEGO — Despite federal officials denying requests from U.S. embassies to fly the rainbow pride flag on embassy flag poles during Pride Month, city and state leaders are denouncing the act and showing their support at the local level.

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OSWEGO — Lifelong Oswego County resident and political newcomer Mike Anthony, a plant ombudsman at Novelis’ Scriba facility, is seeking a spot on the Oswego County Legislature this fall.

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SYRACUSE — WellCare Health Plans, Inc. (NYSE: WCG), a leading provider of Medicaid and Medicare Advantage managed care health plans in New York, is looking to honor individuals who are helping to better the lives of seniors in western and central New York. Now through June 24, WellCare is as…

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OSWEGO — Any residents of the Oswego area that would like to make their food dollars go farther may order July Food Sense packages until Noon on Friday, July 12. All Oswego-area residents may use the program. There are no income limitations and no restrictions on the number of items one may buy.

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HANNIBAL — The Hannibal Central School Alumni Banquet will be held Saturday June 22nd at the Fulton VFW located at 216 Cayuga Street (across from Cortini’s) A social hour will be held at 5:00pm with dinner served at 6pm.  The cost for the banquet is $22.00 per person, including tax and gratuity.

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FULTON — Oswego Industries Inc., a Fulton-based nonprofit agency that supports adults with developmental disabilities, welcomes five new team members. Pictured from left are Kali Bartlett, Community Habilitation Aide; Johna Waldron, RN; Dejanee Nisbitt, Community Habilitation Aide; and Camer…

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REDFIELD — The Oswego Valley Fiddlers will present a special tribute to the late Susan Barrington at their concert, scheduled for 2-5 p.m. June 23 at the at the North American Fiddlers Hall of Fame, 1121 Comins Road, Redfield, with free dance lessons before the concert, from noon to 2 pm.

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VOLNEY — Bio-products company Attis Industries announced this week it has finally closed a deal to buy the ethanol plant located in the town of Volney — formerly operated by motor fuels distributor Sunoco — for $20 million.