SCRIBA — Scriba residents can weigh in tonight on the town’s 2021 spending and revenue plan, which will reduce town property taxes nearly 10 percent, at a call-in public hearing
HANNIBAL, N.Y. — Oswego County health officials announced possible COVID-19 exposure at the Tops Friendly Market in Hannibal following a confirmed case in a store employee.
JOHNSTOWN, Pa. — Three local icemen who have been playing together since their days as Oswego Minor Hockey Association standouts helped the Syracuse-based Grey Wolves Hockey Club win the 2020 Slap Shot Hockey Tournament held recently in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. Competing in the 50+ Division,…
FULTON — A former elementary school teacher in Fulton who later earned recognition as a leader of nursing home residents is now in need of help.
OSWEGO — The Garrett Dunsmoor Memorial Foundation announced this week their second and next round of grant funding for not-for-profit organizations “who share a mission of supporting local youth.”
OSWEGO — Two years after a midday shooting on East Utica Street left a man paralyzed, the alleged shooter remains behind bars in county jail awaiting trail, which was slated to start in April prior to the COVID-19 pandemic and is now tentatively scheduled for December.
CORRECTION: A previous version of this story conveyed the impression that Grace Evangelical Church is no longer operating — the church is still holding regular worship services every Sunday. We regret the error.
PULASKI — It's like 2018 all over again for voters in central New York, where two U.S. House members — one a Republican, the other a Democrat — are locked in close rematches against candidates they narrowly beat against the odds two years ago.
FULTON — All Saints’ Church, located at South First and Academy streets, Fulton, will hold a spaghetti dinner Saturday, Nov. 7, from 1 p.m. until gone.
PALERMO, N.Y. — A staff member in the Mexico Academy and Central School District has tested positive for COVID-19, the district announced Sunday, prompting Palermo Elementary to move to a fully virtual learning model for at least two weeks.
VOLNEY — One of the many trails at the Great Bear Recreational Area will be named after the late Dennis Lockwood, the longtime Volney supervisor who aided in the development and preservation of the myriad of trails along the Oswego River.
OSWEGO — Schroeppel Town Justice Karen Brandt is about to earn a big promotion — one she’s been training for nearly her whole life — to sit in judgment for the next decade over Oswego County biggest criminal cases.
OSWEGO — New York movie theaters are allowed to open for business Friday, but a local cinema official says screens will stay dark in downtown Oswego for another week.
OSWEGO — The race for Oswego County Clerk features the incumbent candidate alone and unopposed on the ballot, but in the past several weeks the election has turned into one of the most complicated and consequential in recent Oswego County history.
OSWEGO — County health officials are investigating a confirmed case of COVID-19 involving an employee of the Pit Stop Convenience Store on East First Street in the city of Oswego.
OSWEGO — City school officials are urging parents and guardians to make plans now for the possibility of closing school buildings for any and all in-person learning.
OSWEGO — The wall outside the Richardson-Bates Home and Museum has been restored, helping the property return to some of its original beauty.
OSWEGO — Five months after overhauling the city’s plumbing and electrical licensing procedures, Port City officials have further altered the plumbing licensing process by creating a residential license in addition to the standard master license.
OSWEGO — The COVID-19 pandemic can’t stop the spirit of Halloween as the good witches at the Zonta Club of Oswego say they’ve conjured up a way to continue the scary fun of their annual Witches Ball.
OSWEGO — Abuse accusations and records that suggest a lack of transparency with state officials have surfaced more than a year after the Ladies Home of Oswego decided to close its doors citing financial mismanagement.
WEST MONROE — An Oswego County woman is accused of stealing more than $35,000 from customer accounts while employed at two Community Bank N.A. locations.
CORRECTION: A previous version of this story incorrectly stated there are two open state Supreme Court seats to be contested on the Nov. 3, 2020 ballot. There are, in fact, two candidates each seeking the same one open position. The Palladium-Times regrets the error.
OSWEGO, N.Y. — COVID-19 cases in Oswego County continue to rise steadily, topping 700 in total on Tuesday as the number of statewide cases recorded in recent weeks have been higher than any point since early June.
OSWEGO — Oswego Health has notified an unspecified number of patients about a potential leak of personal information via an employee email account earlier this year.
OSWEGO, N.Y. — Transportation in Oswego County, along with other rural communities across the nation, can be a significant hurdle for employment, education and health care, and mobility experts are trying to clear those hurdles by re-imagining public transportation in the county.
OSWEGO — Mayor Billy Barlow is urging Port City businesses negatively affected by last week’s power outage to seek remediation, and the city is willing to help.
OSWEGO — After several years of watching their proportion of representation in local government decline sharply, Port City Democrats have a new leader and what they say is new energy.
OSWEGO — The city of Oswego has a new mural to coincide with its recent additions near the Schilling Building at 168 W. 1st St., featuring work by artist Marcus Osmun of Fulton.
OSWEGO, N.Y. – The planned transformation of the International Pier is underway, with Port City workers starting preliminary demolition efforts this week to prepare for the stabilization and reinforcement of the water damaged peninsula.
ALBANY — State environmental regulators recently said enforcement would start later this month of a plastic bag ban enacted earlier this year after delays related to a legal challenge.
MINETTO — Voters in Minetto will pick a new town supervisor from a crowded field on Nov. 3, a full year earlier than expected after a surprise resignation left a temporary vacancy in the office.
OSWEGO — Local officials are urging residents to participate in the once-in-a-decade U.S. Census and be a part of the count as an end of the month deadline approaches.
SCRIBA, N.Y. – More than $15 million in federal funding is heading to the town of Scriba to pay for the installation of a sewer system to the town’s nuclear power plants and hundreds of properties adjacent to the proposed route.
OSWEGO — Port City leadership is rolling out a new advocacy program to curb what they say is an increase in motor vehicle vs. pedestrian accidents.
October is national Domestic Violence Awareness Month and local efforts are again spearheaded by Oswego County Opportunities’ Service to Aid Families (SAF) to stand in solidarity with victims of domestic violence. Seen above, the staff of Oswego County OBGYN on Montcalm Street stand outside …
Editor’s note: an earlier version of this story contained an incorrect reference to Brindisi as a Republican. He is, and always has been, a Democrat. We regret the error.