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OSWEGO – The Recollection Project is excited to announce a collaboration with the city of Oswego offering four summer storytelling sessions for adults on Aug. 12 and Sept. 8 at the new Oswego Welcome Center in downtown Oswego. Recollection is a grant-funded project with older adults in mind …

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FULTON – CNY Arts Center is back onstage with the first live production of the 2021 season. September Bears is based on the true story of a teacher whose efforts to provide teddy bears for New York City children impacted by the terror attacks on the World Trade Center sparked a nationwide mo…

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ALBANY — An investigation found that Gov. Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed multiple women in and out of state government and worked to retaliate against one of his accusers, New York's attorney general announced Tuesday in a finding that quickly renewed calls for the Democrat's resignation or …

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OSWEGO — The resurgence of COVID-19 cases across the globe has reached Oswego County, with the number of lab-confirmed active cases of the coronavirus doubling in the past week from 25 to 56, according to county Health Department data. 

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 Tenants and landlords throughout New York state have been among some of the most negatively impacted due to the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic. The need to provide financial relief has been obvious for quite some time, which is why our Conference has continued to call for the allocation o…

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Discovery marks the first positive EEE samples in Oswego County this year

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Members of the Stone Creek Golf Club Tuesday Night Women’s League recently presented Carolyn Handvill, coordinator of Oswego County Opportunities’ (OCO) Cancer Services Program of the North Country, with a check for $1,656 in support of the program’s fight against cancer in Oswego, Jefferson…

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OSWEGO — Another piece of Port City history is getting a breath of fresh air as a recent wave boosting the city’s curb appeal is felt throughout the area.

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OSWEGO — The first of three COVID-19 vaccine incentive drawings that United Way of Greater Oswego County is offering will be held on Friday, July 30. Local young people ages 12 – 25 who are vaccinated at Oswego County Health Department COVID-19 vaccination clinics, a ConnextCare location or …

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OSWEGO — One of the main revenue sources for state and local governments increased substantially in the second quarter across New York, including a more than 20 percent jump in Oswego County and the city of Oswego, according to the state comptroller’s office.

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OSWEGO — Military officials and a crowd of smiling family and friends converged under sunny skies Saturday at Fort Ontario in support of Port City native Jason Wallace, the newest brigadier general in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

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OSWEGO — A Lake Ontario National Marine Sanctuary is inching closer to fruition and could be designated as soon as next year according to those involved, but a pair of public comment periods and the mammoth task of finalizing the rules, regulations and management of the sanctuary are require…

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ROCHESTER — A 2018 Fulton City School District graduate has been selected for one of the University of Rochester’s (UR) highest acclaimed scholarships known as the Astronaut Scholarship.

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GRANBY — A Phoenix woman was pronounced dead at the scene of a one-vehicle crash in the town of Granby early Sunday morning, according to the Oswego County Sheriff’s Office.

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SYRACUSE — Honor Flight Syracuse, co-founded by President John Paddock and Vice-President Randy Flath, conducted its inaugural mission in October 2012 for 27 veterans and since then, over 900 veterans have traveled from central and northern New York and the Mohawk Valley.    

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OSWEGO — The Oswego Yacht Club is asking for $210,000 in compensation for the city’s acquisition of the club’s former headquarters via eminent domain but the city plans to reject the counteroffer, which exceeded the city’s initial valuation by nearly 50 percent. 



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OSWEGO — The sweet summer sounds of Symphoria, central New York’s musician-led, professional symphonic orchestra, will return to Fort Ontario this Friday evening to kick off its 2021-2022 season.

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OSWEGO — COVID-19 cases are on the rise in Oswego County for the first time in over a month, mirroring the national and global trend of rising cases in recent weeks blamed largely on the fast-spreading Delta variant and slowing vaccinations.

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SYRACUSE— A swelling numbers of ticks reported in central New York this season along with a rise in Lyme disease cases is spurring local leaders to organize a response.

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HANNIBAL — As the community eases itself back into outdoor summer activities, the Hannibal Fire Company is looking to give residents a fun outing through its annual field days.

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OSWEGO — Heavy rainfall over the past month caused Lake Ontario water levels to rise more than five inches and international regulators say outflow deviations are set to expire.

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FULTON — One of Oswego County’s largest hemp farms is introducing a new service later this year — an opportunity to pick their own hemp.