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OSWEGO — Port City officials moved forward with a plan to oust the Oswego Yacht Club from the International Pier this week as part of a wider strategy to revamp the underutilized parcel.

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OSWEGO — The Oswego City School District will conduct limited in-person instruction for elementary students with a total distance learning model for older Buccaneers, officials announced this week.

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The following is public information released by the Oswego Police Department, Oswego County Sheriff’s Office and New York State Police. All defendants are innocent until proven guilty.

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OSWEGO COUNTY — Officials at school districts across Oswego County unveiled their respective re-opening plans for the fall semester ahead of the state deadline.

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OSWEGO — With the sun peeking through the buildings on West First Street and the temperatures hovering in the mid-70s, Tim Fowler knew the weather wasn’t to blame.

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OSWEGO — Oswego County and the surrounding region got off to a slow start with the 2020 Census response due to the coronavirus pandemic, but are catching up, Census Bureau officials told The Palladium-Times Tuesday.

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OSWEGO — Building on the keywords of “Strength,” ”Hope,” “Collaboration” and “Perseverance,” and driven by the demonstration of community activities defined by those words over the past four months, Oswego County has announced the release of “Strength,” the first in a series of four locally-…

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ORWELL, N.Y. – A Camillus man was found dead in the water at Salmon River Falls in the town of Orwell Tuesday night, according to state police, who are investigating the incident.

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WEST MONROE — A week after the virus was first detected in an Oswego County mosquito population, county health officials reported more mosquitoes collected in the town of West Monroe have tested positive for Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE).

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – A yearlong review of the Lake Ontario water management strategy known as Plan 2014 criticized international regulators’ communications plan and called for a more formal process to assess and potentially adjust the water management protocols.

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OSWEGO — An heirloom, hand-made quilt has been misplaced by a local family who are now seeking the public’s assistance in locating it. Stitched by a family friend out of the t-shirts of Oswego County’s Currier family, the family believes it may have accidentally been discarded during recent …

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SCRIBA — The man who broke into a gas station last year and absconded with nearly $200 worth of cigarettes has been captured, according to the Oswego County Sheriff’s Office.

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Each year, the Harborquest team at The Palladium-Times crafts hints to guide readers to the Medallion. We receive many requests for an explainer on these hints after the contest is over, so below we happily oblige. NOTE: Your mileage may vary! Some clues are better than others.

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WEST MONROE — Eastern equine encephalitis — a potentially deadly virus carried by mosquitoes — was recently discovered in Oswego County for the fist time this year in West Monroe.

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GRANBY – State police in Fulton are investigating a two-vehicle crash in the town of Granby that sent one motorist to the hospital. 

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OSWEGO – The rise in COVID-19 cases across the country has shaken the tourism industry. With a little luck and a lot of guidance, Oswego County and its Central New York partners have been able to continue working through a phased re-opening of the region. It is a slow and steady process, but…

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OSWEGO — Port City officials have finalized a policy to deal with city-owned properties, most notably tax foreclosures, following a trial run of property sales under the program earlier this year.

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OSWEGO — Fort Ontario’s soft opening featured a few necessary changes in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic as the historic site allowed visitors on the grounds over the weekend for the first time since closing in March.

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FULTON — The more than 100-year-old Sharps Pond Dam, which was slated for demolition, could see its life extended after city officials called for a stop to the impending removal of the dam.

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OSWEGO — Longtime local lawyer Edward Izyk has been selected to serve as the next assistant city attorney in the Port City.