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FULTON — Students ready to launch their higher education experience can explore opportunities at Cayuga Community College (CCC) from the comfort of their own home this month at the college’s virtual open house.

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Barbara J. Burnham, 92, a resident of Shady Lane in the town of Scriba,  passed away Thursday, May 21, 2020, at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Syracuse.

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FULTON — The Fulton City School District Board of Education last week unanimously approved a $73.77 million budget for 2020-2021, a $423,000 increase from 2019-2020.

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OSWEGO — The SUNY Oswego-based National Public Radio affiliate WRVO Public Media recently earned a variety of honors, including a prestigious Regional Edward R. Murrow Award.

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OSWEGO — Officials for the annual Make It Happen 20k Race Series announced Tuesday the third-annual celebration of local community, causes and fitness is moving forward with the first two events virtually as New York remains under COVID-19 restrictions including social distancing protocols. 

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OSWEGO — Annual Memorial Day ceremonies were largely canceled over the weekend due to social distancing recommendations, but some went on with protective measures in place while others used social media to disseminate their messages.

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OSWEGO — The Oswego Rotary annually sponsors the Top 100 Oswego High School Student Dinner but they had to honor the top students in a different way this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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OSWEGO — The upcoming Memorial Day weekend is a traditional time for Americans to gather and reflect on the sacrifices of those who gave their lives for our nation. While many Memorial Day observances have been canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic, local veterans and supporters say t…

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OSWEGO — Warmer weather and limited options for recreation due to coronavirus-related closures have more people spending time outdoors, and public health experts are warning individuals to be on the lookout for ticks, which can carry illnesses such as Lyme disease.

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SYRACUSE — St. Mary of the Assumption Church will operate as a “personal parish” within the consolidated Port City Catholic community, according to a Thursday statement from Diocese of Syracuse officials.

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OSWEGO — The Oswego City School District’s Board of Education Tuesday unanimously approved its 2020-21 budget, balanced partially by using surplus funds from 2019-20 as the district faces an “emergency period” due to the ongoing pandemic.

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OSWEGO — A fire ripped through a west side residence Wednesday evening, summoning firefighters to battle the blaze well after the sun went down.

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OSWEGO — GJP Italian Eatery is expecting to distribute more than 300 pizzas to graduating Oswego High School seniors this week.

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OSWEGO — The Oswego County Health Department has announced the locations of local COVID-19 testing sites, but cautioned that testing availability is based on available supplies and lab capacity.

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MEXICO — In response to numerous inquiries and the many erroneous postings by unassociated parties on social media, the Mexico Volunteer Fire Department would like to bring the public up to date on its annual field days plans. Currently, the department is still planning on having field days …

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FULTON — Cayuga Community College will offer its extensive summer 2020 courses remotely, with students enjoying increased course options and the full spectrum of Cayuga’s support services.

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OSWEGO — The Oswego County Legislature during a virtual meeting on Thursday unanimously approved a hiring and purchasing freeze in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation announces port winners of 2019 Pacesetter AwardWASHINGTON – The U.S. Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation (SLSDC) announced five U.S. ports in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway System have been awarded the Robert J. Lewis Pacesetter Aw…

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OSWEGO — Robert F. Moshier, sentenced to state prison in 2014 for killing his wife, will this week face a parole board expected to render judgment on if the former Oswego man is fit to rejoin society.

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OSWEGO — Oswego County residents are encouraged to participate in a research study to measure community awareness of Lyme and tick-borne diseases. The study is being conducted by the CNY Lyme and Tick-Borne Disease Alliance and Research & Marketing Strategies, a Syracuse-area market rese…

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PENNELLVILLE — A SUNY Oswego senior has taken matters into her own hands.  Alexis Bowering, a 2020 senior graduating with a bachelor’s degree in public relations concentrating in marketing, has started her own campaign to recognize and honor the SUNY Oswego senior class of 2020.

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OSWEGO — The escalating COVID-19 pandemic in March necessitated a delay until this month in the Richard S. Shineman Foundation’s focus on its usual first round of grant applications. The decision was made instead, to fund up to $150,000 in a newly established Oswego County COVID-19 Fund, in …