OSWEGO – Investigators have secured an arrest warrant for the suspect in a shooting outside an Oswego bar that left a man in critical condition but have not been able to find him and believe he has left the state.
OSWEGO — More than 70 tax-delinquent Oswego County properties are set to go on the auction block beginning Friday.
OSWEGO — The Oswego County Legislature is expected to appoint a contractor and political newcomer to fill a vacant seat in its chambers and finalize the appointment of the county’s public defender when it meets Thursday.
OSWEGO — Parents will find plenty for their children to do while everyone enjoys the Lake Ontario Waterfront Festival May 20.
OSWEGO — A change in a federal reimbursement formula could bring in an additional $2 million annually for Oswego Health.
MINETTO — It would be easy to brag about 75 years in business. But the marquee sign in front of the Midway Drive-In, boasting its “diamond anniversary,” seems inadequate for an enterprise whose history some might consider the stuff of legends. It has survived — and thrived — in spite of a st…
OSWEGO — Harborfest has hired a former journalist who handled public relations for the New York State Fair to help the festival with its publicity and marketing.
OSWEGO — Marek Ptakowski rolls out of bed after 9 a.m. most days, but the SUNY Oswego student had to be up by 6:45 a.m. on Friday so he set four alarms just to be safe.
OSWEGO — The largest paving plan in the history of the city of Oswego has begun, Mayor Billy Barlow announced Wednesday.
OSWEGO COUNTY — The 10 Oswego County P-TECH students who faced expulsion for not being vaccinated have officially been allowed to remain in the program.
SANDY CREEK — The Oswego County Fair will be back again this year, earlier than in the past, running from June 30 through July 2, with a new look and a new, evolving concept.
OSWEGO — The sentencing of two men who were convicted in March of murder in a botched drug robbery has been delayed.
OSWEGO — A longtime Oswego lawyer will be sworn in Wednesday as Oswego City Court judge, replacing Judge James Metcalf who is retiring after 23 years.
OSWEGO — With its pool of pandemic stimulus money dwindling to about $2.5 million, Oswego County has set a May 5 deadline for applicants to submit funding requests.
OSWEGO — SUNY Oswego will host a Micron Technology executive on its campus for a community town hall event on Thursday.
It’s budget approval season for the 2023-2024 school year, which begins in September.
FULTON — State Sen. John Mannion last week honored a Volney teen who, along with his father, acted to save the life of a car crash victim.
HASTINGS — A woman told police that she went to her ex-boyfriend’s home to help him through a difficult emotional state but ended up being held at knifepoint and gunpoint and raped.
RICHLAND — Five people were injured, one fatally, when a vehicle they were in went off the road and hit a tree, the Oswego County Sheriff’s Office said.
OSWEGO — Oswego County is ranked one of the least healthy counties in New York, according to a report by County Health Rankings and Roadmaps (CHR&R), a program by the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute.
OSWEGO — Fulton’s crowded mayoral race became less crowded last week when the Oswego County Board of Elections invalidated David Phares’ petitions, keeping him off the ballot.
OSWEGO — A new printing press will arrive beginning today to replace the one that The Palladium-Times has used at its 140 W. First St. building in Oswego for nearly half a century.
OSWEGO COUNTY — The convoy of vehicles killed its lights, pulled onto the shoulder of the narrow road and a dozen men wearing helmets, bulletproof vests and military-style fatigues climbed out, taking care not to slam their doors.
Local educators say they are happy that the State University of New York (SUNY) will no longer require students to take the SAT or ACT exam to get accepted into a state public school.
OSWEGO — The Best Tasting Drinking Water in New York State contest involved a panel of judges who blind taste-tested and graded each competing utility’s water submission based on taste, odor, color, clarity, mouth feel and aftertaste.
NEW HAVEN — New Haven will put in a purchase offer for the town’s vacant American Legion building.
OSWEGO — In spite of the return to chillier weather, and some snow in the air Tuesday night, Oswego still remains on track for its least snowy winter since records started being kept for the city in 1925.
The New York State Education Department is ramping up pressure on schools that use Native American mascots and imagery to change them by the end of the school year in June.
HASTINGS — A man is accused of holding a knife to his ex-girlfriend’s neck, pointing a gun at her head and then raping her, the Oswego County Sheriff’s Office said.
OSWEGO — SUNY Oswego was awarded a $35,000 grant for a year-long project to help build a minor in environmental humanities and visual media.
OSWEGO — A fire in the basement of a multi-unit house in the city of Oswego damaged part of the structure, but firefighters put the fire out before it spread to the entire house.
OSWEGO — The county tourism department has been working for a long time to bring the state’s annual tourism conference to Oswego.
FULTON — For Brian Heffron, the expo held Monday night at the Fulton campus of Cayuga Community College was a golden opportunity.
OSWEGO — As the Oswego County Legislature plowed through a long list of resolutions last week, one legislator was notably absent from his desk.
WHEATLAND — An Oswego woman died and two children were injured in a crash on the New York State Thruway in western New York.
NEW HAVEN — Opportunity is knocking on New Haven’s door. Town Supervisor Dan Barney is looking to answer. And the public will have its say at a public hearing on it all at 6 p.m. today at the town hall, 4279 State Route 104.
PULASKI — A man clinging to a log as a raging river threatens to sweep him away, a helicopter flying overhead and a daring aerial rescue.
OSWEGO — The search for the next Oswego City School District (OCSD) superintendent has officially begun.
FULTON — Jessica Shepard, a lifelong Fulton-Volney resident, was appointed earlier this month to fill a vacancy on the Fulton Common Council.
OSWEGO — Officers recovered a loaded handgun Thursday after responding to a disturbance complaint that shut down a city block for several hours.
SYRACUSE — A Palermo woman facing murder charges in the death of her disabled son has admitted to stealing his disability checks after he died.
OSWEGO — County employees will receive stipends worth up to $2,500, an acknowledgement of the sacrifices they made during the COVID-19 pandemic and of the crushing impact inflation has had on the county’s lowest-paid workers.
HANNIBAL — A Hannibal man is accused of having sexual contact with a child, the New York State Police said.
OSWEGO — Oswego police officers responded just after 11:30 a.m. Thursday to a house at 157 E. Fourth St., across the street from Dowdle Funeral Home. Oswego County 911 said the initial call was reported as harassment in progress.
OSWEGO — SUNY Oswego is in the final stages of its presidential search process, with five candidates vying for the role.
HASTINGS — A shooting that hospitalized a man occurred after a woman asked friends for help with her boyfriend, who she said had become violent.
OSWEGO — The city of Oswego has a chance to set a record for the least amount of snow in a season.
HASTINGS — A West Monroe man is accused of shooting another man during an altercation early Tuesday in Hastings, the Oswego County Sheriff’s Office said.
Rachel Clark, an Oswego native and 2010 graduate of Oswego High School, recently fulfilled a lifelong dream of competing on the game show “Jeopardy!”
OSWEGO — When the two Democrats in the Oswego County Legislature vote in opposition to a resolution, they can count on being defeated by the chamber’s 23 Republicans.
OSWEGO — The Oswego County Legislature will vote today to appoint Tim Stahl, who resigned from the legislature last week, to serve as director of the county’s Department of Community Development, Tourism and Planning.
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