With launch of new store, Lisa and Nate Emmons expand their children recreation, service empire
OSWEGO — Stone’s Candies, Homemade Candy and Ice Cream will host a Hospice-tality event Tuesday, Nov. 19 to benefit the patients and families of Oswego County Hospice.
OSWEGO — An uptick in Oswego County sales tax collection shown by the state comptroller’s most recent tax report is a sign of an “improved local economy,” according to local officials.
ALBANY — Gov. Andrew Cuomo and state Attorney General Letiticia James filed an expanded lawsuit Friday against international water regulators, intensifying a legal battle that started earlier this year.
OSWEGO — With the holiday season nearly upon Oswego County, local Christmas tree farmers are ready to help residents find the perfect yuletide centerpiece to gather ‘round.
OSWEGO — A coalition of state leaders, municipal dignitaries and community members gathered at SUNY Oswego Thursday to discuss the future of shoreline-strengthening projects funded by the state.
OSWEGO — Research from Daniel Baldassarre, a current SUNY Oswego biological sciences faculty member, found only the third kind of bird with a particular and peculiar migration pattern — which captured widespread attention and opens the door to even more research on migratory behavior.
OSWEGO — Oswego Opera Theater, the venerable regional company that has delighted audiences in CNY since 1979, will present Mozart’s “Don Giovanni” at 7:30 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. Performances will take place in Waterman Theater, Tyler Hall on the campus of the State University of N…
AMBOY — The Amboy 4-H Environmental Education Center will present a public program, Jack Frost Hike, at 2 p.m. Nov. 24. The musicians of spring, summer, and early autumn have completed their concerts; some retreating into the forest soil and pond substrate, others departed for southern engagements.
OSWEGO — Property values in Oswego County are up by more than 10 percent in the last two years, putting it among the top counties in the state by that metric.
OSWEGO — State officials are opening up potential aid dollars for residents whose secondary property was affected by this year’s historic flooding along the Lake Ontario shore.
OSWEGO — As forecasters call for central New York to wake up this morning with anywhere from a dusting in some areas to double-digit inches of snow in others, Port City leaders say a “well-oiled machine” is ready for another winter season.
OSWEGO COUNTY — Monday’s snow flurries and sub-freezing temperatures didn’t stop Oswego County communities from honoring locals who served in the U.S. military.
WASHINGTON D.C. — A bipartisan coalition of members of Congress from around New York, representing communities along the Lake Ontario shoreline, are the latest group of elected officials to call for international water regulators to provide coastal property owners with resiliency resources.
OSWEGO — Port City officials are moving forward with the roughly $2.2 million restoration and renovation of Oswego City Hall and expect work to start next summer that includes the installation of new gutters, a partial rebuild of a deteriorating wall and repairs to the roof and elevator tower.
A schoolwide effort at Mexico Elementary raised hundreds of dollars for the Mexico Food Bank through a project that combined creativity with literature.
OSWEGO – Jenilee Ward, who earned her master’s degree in graphic design and b achelor of fine arts from SUNY Oswego and now is the digital technician for college’s art department, will showcase her nature photography in the next exhibition in Oswego State Downtown.
OSWEGO — An absurdist adventure featuring a woman trying to solve the mystery of a recently deceased man unfolds in the SUNY Oswego honors theater production “Dead Man’s Cell Phone,” opening Nov. 21 in the Tyler Hall lab theater.
Canale’s Restaurant will be providing the next Salvation Army Guest Chef dinner on Tuesday, November 12, 4:30 to 6:00. They will be serving ziti and meatballs, tossed salad with their house Italian dressing, and Italian bread and butter. Desserts and beverages will be provided by members of …
Oswego Alliance Church will offer a free Thanksgiving Dinner on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 28 from 11 AM to 2 PM. Meals will be served at two locations: at their Community Center located at 370 Thompson Road in Oswego and the Hamilton Homes Community Center. Takeout meals will also…
Syracuse Area Live Theater (SALT) Awards have been presented for 15 years as recognition to both professional and non-professional theater groups in the central New York area.
FULTON — With an incredible story of childhood trauma and victory over life challenges, Leroy Collin’s story of faith and triumph will be featured in CNY Arts Center’s Author Spotlight Sunday, Nov. 10 from 3-5 p.m.
VOLNEY — A previously forlorn warehouse in the town of Volney will be home to the newest fulfillment center of home decor giant MacKenzie-Childs, company officials have announced.
OSWEGO — Voters across Oswego County overwhelmingly rejected a Republican-backed effort to increase the length of county legislator terms, but Republicans added three more seats to their already overwhelming majority in the county’s legislative body and come January will outnumber Democrats …
FULTON — Republican Deana Michaels was elected Tuesday to a four-year term as mayor, receiving more than half of the ballots cast in the four-way race.
OSWEGO — Voters are casting ballots for dozens of local offices across Oswego County on Tuesday, including all 25 seats on the Oswego County Legislature, district attorney and family court judge.
Votes are being tabulated for Election Day 2019 including several hotly contested races from Fulton mayor to Oswego Common Council. Candidates have knocked on doors, shook hands and made their case to voters for months and it all now comes down to the counting.
OSWEGO – Residents of the Port City already know that it is home to some of the most spectacular sunsets anywhere in the world. It has now been revealed that Oswego is also one of the most affordable waterfront cities to live in the U.S.
OSWEGO COUNTY – The Oswego County Office for the Aging and NY Connects of Oswego County introduce a new program, Santa For Seniors, to bring a little cheer to older adults this holiday season.
Fulton, NY – Oswego County Opportunities (OCO) Nutrition Services has partnered with the National Meals on Wheels Association and Subaru for the 2019 Subaru Share the Love Event ®.
The final entry in the fall 2019 edition of Cayuga Community College’s Cultural Speaker Series will remember a legendary Central New York woman who survived spousal abuse and a shipwreck to make a fortune in business — only to see it all stolen away.
OSWEGO — Three-time Emmy Award-winning producer Cameron Jones, a member of SUNY Oswego’s Class of 2009, was honored by the Oswego Alumni Association on Oct. 5 with a Graduate Of the Last Decade (GOLD) Alumni Award.
CNY Community Arts Center invites the public to attend Kids Arts Market on Saturday, November 9th from 10am-2pm where kids will be boss for a day running their booth and selling handmade products and services. The public is invited to attend and ‘shop’ the items made by these young entrepreneurs.
OSWEGO — Democrat Maureen Wills, who earlier this year announced she would run for the Second Ward seat on the Oswego Common Council, said she wants better partisan representation in the city’s legislative body.
OSWEGO — Republican Andrew Hall is aiming to flip the First Ward, running a campaign he says banks on his availability and willingness to listen to constituents’ concerns.
OSWEGO —Voters tomorrow will select three New York State Supreme Court Justices from a field of five candidates. The state Supreme Court hears a wide variety of civil cases, and Oswego County is part of the Fifth Judicial District that includes Onondaga, Oneida, Herkimer, Lewis and Jefferson…
OSWEGO — Port City native Ron Tesoriero is seeking a second term on the Oswego Common Council, and says the city is heading in the right direction but there’s still work to be done and continuity in leadership is important to keep the city moving forward.
OSWEGO — Democrat and Port City arts advocate Matthew Fleming is vying for a spot on the Common Council, saying his campaign focuses on transparency, aiming to bring “residents into the fold.”
OSWEGO — Former city councilman Shawn Walker is running to reassume the post he held for a decade following a two-year absence, and says as Fourth Ward councilor he would continue his previous efforts aimed at improving neighborhoods and vows to always be accessible to constituents.
OSWEGO — SUNY Oswego English professor and Democrat Diane Zeller says she has “always been driven by social justice” and is running for the Oswego Common Council to solidify economic opportunities for Fourth Ward residents.
Oswego, NY - Director of Oswego County Opportunities Crisis & Development Services Cristy King has announced that the Services to Aid Families program has been awarded a three year $3 million grant from the NYS Office of Victim Services under the Victim and Witness Assistance Grant Progr…