Molly Malone, left, and Gibby Thompson, right, plan for the Oswego High School softball team’s upcoming chicken barbecue, set for Sunday March 30. A worried chicken looks on. The barbecue is from 11 a.m. to sold out at Gibby’s Pub, West Second and Lakes streets, Oswego.
By Rob Tetro Ten cyclists from Fulton and Oswego are in training for The Tour Of The Battenkill, considered “The Toughest Single Day Race In America”. Bryan Blake of Central Square, Jim Nicholson, Chris Caza and Jeff Ballard of Fulton, and Scott Somers, Ron Molinari, Josh Molinari, Teddy Volkomer, Greg Mills and Rick Bush of(…)
Submitted by SUNY Oswego SUNY Oswego’s Rice Creek Field Station has unveiled its spring lineup of free nature education programs on Saturdays, including naturalist-led walks, story hours and hands-on science activities. Rice Creek Rambles beckon the public to the field station’s 400 acres of mixed terrain for guided walks at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 5(…)
Play Ball! Despite rumors to the contrary, adult softball is alive and well in Oswego, and will be played this summer under the direction of the City of Oswego, at the Legends Complex. Registration packets for softball teams in men’s and women’s slow pitch divisions, and men’s fast pitch and modified fast pitch leagues will(…)
Derek Kohut, of Oswego, and Killian Rowlee, of Fulton and their Syracuse Nationals 2001 AAA PeeWee Major hockey team recently were crowned New York 12 and Under State Champions. The team won its division in the New York State Amateur Hockey Association Tier 1 state hockey championships in Amherst March 7-9. The Nationals started round-robin(…)
Submitted by SUNY Oswego Students in a SUNY Oswego illustration class will display their artwork beginning Saturday, March 29, at Oswego State Downtown. An opening reception will take place from 2 to 4 p.m. that day at the downtown branch of the College Store at West First and Bridge streets in Oswego. The exhibition will(…)
By Ashley M. Casey Although the March 1 deadline to grant a partial property tax exemption to wartime veterans has passed, local school boards are mulling the decision for 2015. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo approved a law in December 2013 giving school districts the same power as municipalities to authorize a property tax reduction(…)
The iHeart Oswego EBE (Experience Based Education at SUNY) interns are representing local Oswego businesses in the Campus Center for the months of March and April. They are working to bring additional exposure to local area businesses. Lauren Lasky and Kaitlyn Rajner are the two interns in charge of the project at iHeart Oswego. With(…)