Category Archives: Oswego News

Professional women’s club awards college scholarship

Oswego Association of Business and Professional Women Treasurer Pat Jackson hands scholarship winner Michaela Moran her check. Moran will attend SUNY Oswego in the fall to study medical technology. Pictured, from left, are committee member McGee Manniccia, Moran’s mother Sandy Moran, Moran, Pat Jackson, Kay Batchelor and Mary Jackson.
Oswego Association of Business and Professional Women Treasurer Pat Jackson hands scholarship winner Michaela Moran her check. Moran will attend SUNY Oswego in the fall to study medical technology. Pictured, from left, are committee member McGee Manniccia, Moran’s mother Sandy Moran, Moran, Pat Jackson, Kay Batchelor and Mary Jackson.

The Oswego Association of Business and Professional Women recently celebrated its 25th anniversary at Vona’s Restaurant in Oswego.

As part of the festivities, the group awarded a scholarship check to Michaela Moran, a graduating Oswego High School senior.  Moran plans to attend SUNY Oswego for medical technology. Continue reading

Free Fishing Weekend in Oswego County

Oswego County offers plenty of places for fishing, like the state State Boat Launch at Mexico Point, for New York’s free fishing weekend. You might even see some other wildlife go by.  Photo by Oswego County Tourism
Oswego County offers plenty of places for fishing, like the state State Boat Launch at Mexico Point, for New York’s free fishing weekend. You might even see some other wildlife go by.
Photo by Oswego County Tourism

By Spider Rybaak

Have you ever found yourself looking out over a lake or stream and suddenly feeling the urge to go fishing? 

Perhaps you’ve been held back by the thought of dishing out your hard-earned money on something you’re not sure of? 

Well, the authorities understand and the state Department of Environmental Conservation offers an annual Free Fishing Weekend to help you get started.  Continue reading

Flag Day commemorated at Fort Ontario

A detachment from Continental Arms Collectors Association’s Revolutionary War Interpretive Unit participated in the recent annual Flag Day program at Fort Ontario State Historic Site. The Unit interprets a company from the 1st New York Regiment, Continental Army in 1782. Following raising the American flag, the detachment assembled at the west guardhouse. From left: George Clark, captain; Tim Crisafulli, first sergeant; Neal Smith, corporal and Hank Pauly, private.
A detachment from Continental Arms Collectors Association’s Revolutionary War Interpretive Unit participated in the recent annual Flag Day program at Fort Ontario State Historic Site. The Unit interprets a company from the 1st New York Regiment, Continental Army in 1782. Following raising the American flag, the detachment assembled at the west guardhouse. From left: George Clark, captain; Tim Crisafulli, first sergeant; Neal Smith, corporal and Hank Pauly, private.