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.
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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.
The Oswego County Real Property Tax Service will sell up to 120 parcels of tax delinquent properties at the annual tax property auction Saturday, Aug. 2, at the Oswego High School, Buccaneer Boulevard.
Bidder registration begins at 8 a.m. and the auction will start at 10:30 a.m.
In an effort to help local businesses and attractions reach potential visitors in the Finger Lakes region, the Oswego County Department of Community Development, Tourism and Planning has offered to underwrite a portion of the cost of listings in the Finger Lakes “Go and Do” app.
The county tourism office is partnering with Cayuga Media, publishers of the Auburn Citizen, Skaneateles Journal and www.auburnpub.com, to offer a discounted listing on the app for one year.