Submitted by Jim Feeney
The ISMA Supermodifieds were back at the infamous “Steel Palace” of Oswego Speedway for the sixth edition of the Shea Concrete King of Wings Saturday night and Dave Shulick topped the stout 31-car field from practice through the checkered flag. Continue reading
The “About Boating Safely” class returns to Harborfest for its second year.
Sponsored by the Brookfield Renewable Energy Group, the one-day class is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., with a lunch break at noon, on Saturday, July 26, in the McCrobie Building at 41 Lake St. in Oswego. Continue reading
The Oswego Valley Railroad Museum, located on the corner of West First and Lake streets near the harbor, is open to the public from noon to 5 p.m. every weekend until Labor Day. Continue reading
Dear Porky and Buddy,
I can’t go through my woods without gallons of Roundup because they are so infested with poison ivy and I am highly allergic.
If I even look at it I seem to get it, but my dogs run around in the woods all the time. It doesn’t seem to bother them at all.
Should I be worried?
P.S. I’m just kidding about the gallons of Roundup. It’s only a few quarts.
By state Sen. Patricia Ritchie
Did you know that Lyme disease can be caused by an insect as small as a poppy seed?
Lyme disease, an infection caused by a bacteria spread by the bite on an infected tick, is particularly prevalent in our area of the state — and that’s why we need to take extra caution to protect ourselves from this serious risk. Continue reading
By state Assemblyman Will Barclay
The implementation of the Common Core Learning Standards was easily the most talked about issue in K-12 education this year.
The Common Core is an initiative adopted by most states, including New York, that, in theory, is supposed to set new educational standards that will ensure all students are on track for college and career readiness. Continue reading