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
Morningstar Residential Care Center, 17 Sunrise Drive in Oswego, has been recognized as a 2014 recipient of the Bronze–Commitment to Quality Award for its dedication to improving the lives of residents through quality care.
The schedule for weekly pick up of bagged and contained yard waste and debris conducted by the Department of Public Works is as follows:
One of the cars shown at the first Mugs and Motors car show in Oswego. The event is from 1 to 4 p.m. each Sunday.
The first weekly Mugs and Motors antique, classic and muscle car show was held in Oswego June 15.
Local business woman Anne Backer, owner of “Taste the World” in Canal Commons, plans to run the shows every Sunday during the summer from 1 to 4 p.m. on West First Street.
Planning committee members meet in preparation for Oswego County Habitat for Humanity’s new initiative, A Brush With Kindness. An exterior home preservation program, A Brush With Kindness offers painting, landscaping, weather stripping, and minor repairs for homeowners in need. From left are Oswego County Habitat for Humanity board members Alan Williams, Bob Smith, John Zanewych, Rich Hughes, and Bruce Holman. Absent from photo is committee and board member Allen Ness.
Oswego County Habitat for Humanity has begun a new initiative to help low-income homeowners with necessary home repairs and increase the curb appeal of their property. Continue reading
Oswego County residents continued to “fight the bite” June 14 by disposing of nearly 4,000 waste tires at a tire disposal event.
State Sen. Patty Ritchie, R-Oswegatchie, said the recent event was the second of two made possible through $275,000 in the new state budget that she helped secure.