A public hearing on the proposed 2014 Oswego city budget is tonight at 7 in the Common Council chambers at city hall. Check back here a bit later for an updated story on the budget.
The Valley News ran a story Saturday about the two SUNY Oswego students who died in the bombing of Pan Am 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland 25 years ago. Here is a story by The Buffalo News about one of the two SUNY Oswego students. Go to Tragedy unresolved as Colleen is cherished 25 years after(…)
“A Festival of Lessons, Carols and Candlelight” will be hosted by the First United Church on Christmas Eve, Dec. 24. The service will feature the reading of familiar Christmas scripture, the singing of traditional Christmas carols, the music ministry of the Chancel Choir and the United Voices Quartet, and the lighting of candles at the(…)
By Ashley M. Casey Those who are interested in dabbling in different forms of art are in luck in January and February. CNY Arts Center is holding a class series called “The Art of Self-Expression,” featuring writing, cooking and studio art. Local author and CNY Arts Center Writing Coordinator Jim Farfaglia will be teaching the(…)
Submitted by Oswego County BOCES The New York State Public High School Athletic Association has recognized eight Fulton fall athletic teams through the Scholar/Athlete Team Award Program. To receive this award, the team average must be 90 percent or higher during the season. The 2013 fall teams and the individual athletes receiving the award are:(…)
By Rob Tetro The Fulton girls’ varsity basketball team went 1-2 in its first 3 games of the season. On Dec. 3, Fulton fell to perennial power Jamesville-DeWitt 58-30, lost to Cortland 59-42 on Dec. 6 but then beat Fowler 55-40 on Dec. 10. Perennial power J-D built an 11-point lead in the first quarter(…)
By Rob Tetro After three games, Hannibal’s boys’ varsity basketball team is still searching for its first win of the season. On Dec. 4, Hannibal came up short against Bishop Grimes 57-53. County foe Phoenix stormed past the Warriors 51-40 on Dec. 6. On Dec. 12, Syracuse-ITC rolled past Hannibal on December 12th. In the(…)
On any given week, tens of thousands of unsolicited checks end up in New York residents’ mailboxes — making these checks easy targets for criminals looking to capitalize on someone else’s line of credit. Last month, the governor signed a bill into law that will put the onus on those issuing checks if they are(…)