From July 24 to July 27, the iHeart Oswego office, located at 29 W. Seneca St., Oswego, will become an official hub for Harborfest.
The office will extend its hours on July 25 and July 26 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. The iHeartOswego.com website will have its online click-desk mobile communication open until 9 p.m. for those same dates.
Trolleys will be stopping at the corner of West Second Street and West Seneca Street, directly across from the iHeart Oswego office building.
There will be a balloon animal artist and magicians outside the iHeart Oswego building for spectators to enjoy. Visitors are encouraged to enter our office and see the amazing scale model of the Oswego lighthouse, hand built by Oswego native Robert Schladebeck, in the foyer of iHeart.
Displayed on the two sides of the office’s windows will be 4 foot detailed schedules of events happening throughout Harborfest including concerts, family-friendly events and more.
Buttons to ride the official trolleys will be sold at the iHeart Oswego office, along with programs for Harborfest.
In addition, Copies in Time, Copies & Print Center, which is also located at the iHeart Oswego office, will be extending its hours on July 24 to July 26 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. for those in need of last minute posters, banners and flyers.
iHeart Oswego is a sponsor for the Veteran’s Stage, located at West Side Riverfront Park, and a proud community partner of Harborfest 2014!
Robert M. “Bobby” Sawyer, 52, passed away Saturday, July 19 at Oswego Hospital.
He was born in Oswego, the son of Beverly Guernsey and the late Harold L. Sawyer. He was a life resident of Volney.
Bobby was a member of Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church. He attended BOCES School for Exceptional Children and graduated in 1982. He then worked at Oswego Industries for about 23 years.
The past few years, Bobby had been a resident of Rowlee Group Home in Fulton, where he enjoyed life to the fullest with all of his friends and wonderful caretakers.
Bobby is survived by his mother; a brother, Brian Sawyer and sister-in-law Ann (Grela) Sawyer; his two beloved nieces, Cali and Paige Sawyer; his favorite cousins, Beverly and Walter Roach and Barbara and Don Myers.
Calling hours were Tuesday at Foster Funeral Home, 910 Fay St., Fulton. Funeral services and burial will be private.
Contributions in Bobby’s memory may be made to ARC of Oswego County, 7 Morrill Place, Fulton, 13069.
The Rose Izzo Writing Award was once again presented to a Fitzhugh Park Elementary School sixth-grader. Alexis Johnson was this year’s recipient, as she was joined by Izzo family member and teacher Holley Allen, Fitzhugh Park Principal Donna Simmons and Rose Izzo’s granddaughter and former Fitzhugh Park student Samantha Falcetti.
Triple "C" Award
Recipients of the State of New York Office of Attorney General Triple “C” Awards at the Fitzhugh Park Elementary School were Hannah Holland and Riley Randall who received their certificates from FPS Principal Donna Simmons.
Award winners at the Fitzhugh Park Elementary School sixth grade honors ceremony included four students who earned the New York State Comptrollers’ Award and included Alyssa Searor, Maddison Graham, Jakob Ball and Nicole Anthony.
Submitted by Oswego schools
The sixth-graders at Fitzhugh Park Elementary School celebrated their final days at the east side school with the annual recognition ceremony. Continue reading →
Members of the Oswego County Teachers Association, the Civil Service Employees Association and the Oswego City School District have announced that the annual Stuff-A-Bus Campaign in underway. Continue reading →
She was a master storyteller, turned classic literature into plays for the stage and enchanted generations. Her legacy lives on in her play “The Great Rope,” about a 12-year-old boy named Jonathan. Continue reading →
A legal case involving Oswego County, three sheriff’s deputies, four Granby residents and four donkeys may have reached a settlement.
The Oswego County Legislature recently authorized Legislature Chairman Kevin Gardner to execute a settlement in a case brought by Henry and Betty Suhr, Paul White and Darlene Franke against the county and three Oswego County sheriff’s deputies.