VOLNEY — A draft of the Oswego County Airport’s Master Plan has landed on the desk of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) officials for approval.
OSWEGO — The popular central New York chain Tully’s Good Times announced this week Oswego will be home to their next location after months of the Port City serving as a frequent stop for their food truck throughout the past year.
There are special types of Medicare Advantage Plans that are designed for those with specific needs or if they meet certain criteria. These plans are called Special Needs Plans or SNP’s. One of those kinds of SNP’s is called a Dual-Eligible Special Needs Plan or a D-SNP. This plan is designe…
OSWEGO — An Oswego County jury convicted Thomas Schrader of attempted murder and assault nearly two and a half years after a midday shooting on East Utica Street left a man paralyzed.
ALBANY — Bars and restaurants can now stay open until midnight — an hour later than previous regulations — and New York racetracks can operate at 20 percent capacity after the state announced an easing of certain coronavirus-related restrictions.
OSWEGO — Order takeout and support local restaurants in Oswego County with a new partnership between a premium online service and The Palladium-Times/Valley News.
OSWEGO — The Oswego Opera Theater will raise the virtual curtain this weekend on a performance of the classic 1733 opera ‘La Serva Padrona.’
FULTON — A 20-year-old Fulton man accused of supplying marijuana and engaging in sexual contact with two teenagers was charged with a series of misdemeanors this week.
OSWEGO — Oswego City School District students, staff and families will have to wait longer until getting back to school for more days per week, and the unexpected delay caused by new state regulations is also frustrating education administrators and lawmakers.
OSWEGO — The H. Lee White Maritime Museum in Oswego was selected this week to be one of 35 lighthouse organizations throughout the United States to receive a 2021 Emergency Relief Grant from the U.S Lighthouse Society.
Editor's note: Due to a reporting error, the original version of this article mistakenly asserted the district had previously delayed the return of expanded school in April. That is factually inaccurate and we regret the error.
WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. John Katko is giving mixed reviews to a pair of nominees set to lead two of the nation’s most prominent security agencies as the congressman again visited the southern border.
OSWEGO — Oswego City School District officials are planning to greenlight the return of spring sports for high school student athletes on April 19, but local health experts remain cautious about the potential for COVID-19 spread.
FULTON — A Fulton mother was arrested twice in a six-day span for endangering children, according to Fulton police, who arrested both parents on Monday in connection to the second incident.
vSYRACUSE — U.S. Rep. John Katko on Monday announced details for a telephone town hall set for Wednesday, April 14 regarding COVID-19 vaccines.
OSWEGO — Port City officials are finalizing a deal that would allow residents to send text messages to city government to file code enforcement complaints and attain permit applications in addition to completing other civic business.
PULASKI — Although COVID closures made it challenging for some schools to collect art from students and participate in the 25th annual Oswego County Student Art Show and Competition, the show managed to open with 205 pieces on exhibit at the Salmon River Fine Arts Center. Winners were announ…
OSWEGO — Internationally acclaimed ensemble Sultans of String and special guests will perform a live virtual concert for SUNY Oswego’s Artswego program at 7 p.m. April 13.
OSWEGO — Oswego schools administrators and Board of Education members are eyeing a large-scale plan to return students in grades four through 12 to four-day in-person instruction by April 19.
OSWEGO — The public is invited to join the Hall Newman Center for some virtual fun at a “live” spring auction event on April 30 at 7 p.m. to select winners for their Spring Virtual Auction.
WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. John Katko’s push for the United States to boycott the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing continues to build as hawkish Republicans this week joined the call and Chinese government officials issued a vague warning to Washington.
OSWEGO — Oswego city education leaders and county law enforcement representatives this week approved a superintendent recommendation to hold sustained talks about the future of policing in Port City schools.
ALBANY — Democrats in the New York Legislature are set to enact a $212 billion budget, a nearly 10 percent increase from last year, and local lawmakers say the spending plan continues the Empire State down an unsustainable path.
LAKE ONTARIO — Oswego’s Captain Andy Bliss has been fishing the waters around the Port City for more than three decades but says a recent charter catch was the largest he can recall. Bliss, of Oswego-based Chasin’ Tail Adventures, was on the fishing vessel “Extra Dirty” with fellow outfitter…
FULTON — Chuck Schumer visited Oswego County Opportunities’ Fulton office on Tuesday afternoon to tout an expansion to the federal child tax credit expansion, which the U.S. Senate’s top lawmaker said provides $42 million to assist thousands of Oswego County families still reeling from the f…
OSWEGO COUNTY — Scientists recently observed three separate populations of hemlock woolly adelgid (HWA) in southwest Oswego County, and urge residents and land managers to keep an eye out for signs of the invasive forest pest.
FULTON — The Cayuga Community College Foundation is accepting applications for the Fulton Rotary Foundation Scholarship, according to a Monday announcement from school officials.
OSWEGO — Port City officials have opened an investigation into the embattled Pontiac Nursing Home and are seeking information from past and present employees, residents and family members in what they say is an effort to build a case against the facility and force a closure, operational chan…
WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. John Katko on Thursday partnered with a Texas Democrat to introduce legislation the pair says will cut down on “political inaction” impacting the southern border.
OSWEGO — Members of a local volunteer organization took it upon themselves this week to make an effort to impact the community in a small, but noticeable way.
OSWEGO — Elected officials in the city of Oswego say their financial future got a little brighter following passage of the federal COVID-19 relief package.
OSWEGO — Frederick Leighton Elementary School Principal Stephanie Griffin challenged her students to read, read, read and they responded in a big way.
OSWEGO — Dedication to celebrating Black history and culture and ongoing commitment to improving the lives of others have earned SUNY Oswego junior accounting major Samisha Elysee the Newman Civic Fellowship, a national honor.
ALBANY — State lawmakers on Tuesday debated and were set to vote on changes to New York’s laws surrounding recreational marijuana, but one influential Republican official isn’t sold on loosening pot restrictions.
OSWEGO — Mayor Billy Barlow announced Tuesday the launch of the “Heroes as Neighbors” Program, a partnership between the city of Oswego and Pathfinder Bank to cover the closing costs for frontline workers and first responders who buy homes in the Port City.
HANNIBAL — Hannibal High School student Emma Wood is making the most of her senior year, as she was recently selected to participate in two one-in-a-lifetime opportunities with different organizations.
OSWEGO COUNTY — Monday marks the start of Screen-free Week, a program coinciding with Oswego County schools’ spring breaks, to provide “free family-friendly COVID-safe activities” until Saturday, April 3.
FULTON — The Writing Arts Program at the CNY Arts Center will get a boost in April with the return of a popular writing group and launch of two new groups presented by young-adult fiction novelist GB MacRae
OSWEGO — Three-term Oswego County legislator and Port City Democrat Tom Drumm announced in a social media post Thursday he would not seek re-election, and will leave office once his current term expires at the end of the year.
OSWEGO — When Oswego Fire Department Chief Randy Griffin heard Sunday morning that the historic U.S. Army tugboat LT-5 was stuck on a sandbar in Oswego Harbor, he mobilized not only his personnel but also a piece of cutting-edge technology.