WASHINGTON, D.C. – Two local fire departments are among five central New York agencies recently awarded funding through a federal program designed to assist fire departments with operations support and improved firefighter safety.
OSWEGO — Dr. Helen Knowles, SUNY Oswego associate professor in the department of political science, was a graduate student at Boston University when the Sept. 11 terror attacks shook the nation 18 years ago.
OSWEGO — Amid state-wide controversy surrounding the implementation of swift voting reform policies instituted by state leaders earlier this year, Oswego County Board of Elections officials said they feel “confident” coming into the approaching election season.
OSWEGO — More than a dozen states and 2,000 local governments reached a tentative settlement this week with OxyContin manufacturer Purdue Pharma and the billionaire Sackler family that owns the company, but several states, including New York, object to the deal.
OSWEGO — Local veterans and advocates are lauding a federal bill introduced this week seeking to better facilitate access to medical services for women veterans amidst the increasing need to raise awareness of services provided by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Fulton, NY – More than 40 volunteers and several local businesses donated their time and talents and displayed the true spirit of the United Way’s “Day of Caring.” This event demonstrates that volunteerism generates positive relationships between businesses, human service agencies, and commu…
ITHACA —Autumn is quickly approaching and with it comes garden cleanup and spring preparation. At Cornell Botanic Gardens, we maintain healthy collections through effective fall cleanup, winter protection, and spring planning. In that spirit, we’re writing in today to provide readers of The …
OSWEGO — A committee of state officials, chief executives from municipalities around the counties of Oswego and Cayuga and engineering consultants gathered Tuesday at SUNY Oswego to unveil a list of recommended projects to be submitted to the state’s Lake Ontario Resiliency and Economic Deve…
OSWEGO — A multiyear push to designate Oswego County as a High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area came to fruition this week, opening the door for federal resources to be dispatched to the region to combat the opioid epidemic and disrupt drug distribution networks.
OSWEGO COUNTY – The Oswego County Municipal Historians recently awarded the winners of its 2019 photo contest. Twenty-two people submitted 97 photos to the contest. Finalists were displayed at the Oswego County Fair in Sandy Creek where the public was invited to vote for their favorite pictu…
FULTON — The CNY Arts Center has announced a lineup of classes and events for the fall at their new facility located at 121 Cayuga St., Fulton.
OSWEGO — City officials are seeking more than $7.5 million in state grant funds and plan to borrow nearly $25 million to complete upcoming water and wastewater improvements, much of which is part of the ongoing consent decree to separate the city’s sanitary and storm sewer systems.
From a simple church building constructed in 1827 on Oswego Street in the Village of Hannibal, to a vibrant Community Center serving the area surrounding the town and village of Hannibal, the original Hannibal Baptist Church has grown and changed and remained relevant to the community.
OSWEGO COUNTY - TheOswego City-County Youth Bureau is reaching out to high school students who are interested in becoming members of the Youth Advisory Council (YAC) for the 2019-20 academic year and for agencies who would like to partner with the council on future projects.
OSWEGO — The Oswego County Historical Society will host a history walking tour of the Montcalm Park Historic District in Oswego at 1:30 p.m. Sept. 15. The walking tour will be part of the yearly lecture series program.
OSWEGO COUNTY - The Oswego County Health Department has two remaining rabies vaccination clinics for pets this fall. Clinics will be held Wednesday, Sept. 11, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the County Highway Garage, 957 Centerville Road, Pulaski; and Wednesday, Nov. 6, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the County H…
OSWEGO — With a conference theme of “Decolonizing the Mind,” the annual ALANA Student Leadership Conference at SUNY Oswego, Sept. 18 to 23, will promote empowerment, self-awareness and embracing diversity.
More than 30 Oswego County high schoolers proved they already have the skills to join the workforce when they recently earned a national work-readiness credential.
OSWEGO -- Visitors to Oswego’s historic Fort Ontario will get to see past and present merge, thanks to an augmented reality project by a SUNY Oswego graduate student.
OSWEGO – Health officials have announced a second aerial spraying in Oswego County scheduled for tonight and tomorrow in an effort to subdue mosquito populations carrying the potentially deadly Eastern equine encephalitis virus.
OSWEGO — Visitors to downtown Oswego this week will be greeted by an annual tradition of spreading positive messages and inspiring hope in anticipation of one of the year’s largest mental health awareness events.
OSWEGO — The Oswego City Police Department say they’ve identified their suspect in the phoned-in gun threat Wednesday that disrupted the first day of city schools.
OSWEGO — The man accused of pointing a BB gun at a state trooper before being shot is now out of the hospital and facing multiple felony charges.
PHOENIX, N.Y. — With their popular orange liqueur Cuse Juice ending its production cycle by Oct. 1, following a back and forth trademark battle with Syracuse University, Phoenix’s Lock 1 Distillery owners say they’re looking to the future and ready to “turn the page.”
OSWEGO — Local faith-based organizations are hoping to take a lead role in confronting the ongoing crisis of substance abuse.
OSWEGO — City officials are moving forward with a wide-ranging portfolio of multi-year infrastructure plans that range from removing unwieldy sidewalk foliage and installing environmentally friendly lighting to long-awaited wastewater facility upgrades.
OSWEGO — The Inspire Center, the city of Oswego’s latest workforce development program, will open its doors today to residents looking to find employment that suits their needs and skill sets.
OSWEGO — U.S. Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer and U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand announced Wednesday nearly a half-million dollars for agencies that provide support services to victims of sexual assault and domestic abuse in Oswego County.
OSWEGO — Two city schools were placed on lockdown Wednesday after district officials say they were warned of a potential gun on campus.
OSWEGO — Gender parity advocates and LGBTQ community allies in the city of Oswego are set to hold the annual Oswego Pride Fest Sept. 14 and while they acknowledge change and improvement in equality through state legislation, safety concerns still linger.
OSWEGO — Local health officials are hustling to adjust their enforcement and monitoring techniques to measure lead in residential and public spaces after the state Health Department adopted new guidelines in May regarding lead contamination.
Fulton, NY – United Way of Greater Oswego County officially kicks off its 2020 Annual Campaign with a breakfast at the American Foundry on Wednesday, Sept. 18, from 8 to 9 a.m.
Fulton, NY - Karrie Damm, executive director of the Child Advocacy Center of Oswego County, (CAC) has announced that Tristen Johnson has been named outreach and prevention advocate and Safe Harbour coordinator at the CAC. “Tristen is an energized, intelligent and outgoing addition to the CAC…
Oswego, NY – Oswego County Opportunities (OCO) WIC program recently participated in The Big Latch On, a global event focused on protecting, promoting and supporting breastfeeding families. The Big Latch On originated in New Zealand in 2005 and was introduced to the United States in 2010 in P…
OSWEGO — This fall’s Living Writers Series at SUNY Oswego will feature speakers who craft poetry, novels, graphic novels, short stories, songs, plays and screenplays — and even exposed the water crisis in Flint, Michigan.
Award-winning fiddler and multi-instrumentalist Bill Gregg, of Trumansburg, NY, will give a free concert of old time fiddle music Sunday, September 15, 2-5 pm, at the North American Fiddlers’ Hall of Fame and Museum, 1121 Comins Rd., Redfield. This concert is funded in part by the New York S…
OSWEGO — Dedication to students, SUNY Oswego’s academic opportunities and his field as a whole has earned philosophy professor Craig DeLancey the college’s President’s Award for Excellence in Faculty Service.
OSWEGO — St. Mary of the Assumption parishioners are holding their annual bazaar at the Oswego Elks Club, breaking a 50-year tradition of holding the event at St. Mary’s Church.
OSWEGO — Today’s Labor Day celebration provides a good opportunity to review the life and career of one of Oswego County’s foremost residents: Henry Harrison “H. H.” Lyman.