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Loved Ones Plan Benefit to Celebrate Life of Fulton Victim of October Stabbing Incident

Friends, family and loved ones of 23-year-old Sean Leonard encourage the community to join them at Lakeview Lanes of Fulton for a fundraiser benefit in memory of his life this Saturday. Leonard unexpectedly lost his life due to a stabbing incident in Hannibal on October 24. This Saturday, just over a month since his passing, Lakeview Lanes will host a fundraiser benefit from noon to 9 p.m. in remembrance of Leonard.

Question Of The Week: Results: ISIS and the Presidential Election

In wake of the tragic ISIS terrorist attacks in Paris claiming 130 innocent lives, the United States has felt the pressure to respond. Each of the 2016 presidential election candidates have voiced their opinion on the matter and what they would do if they had current control. The results are: Donald Trump (50%, 12 Votes)


Fulbright Scholars Visit GRB

Today’s News: Bucky Raiders qualify for the state competition in robotics and our favorite part of Thanksgiving dinner are in today’s edition of RaiderNet Daily.


Zonta Club of Oswego Says No to Violence Against Women

As part of Zonta International’s 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence, a campaign that aims to inspire action and end violence against women and girls around the world, the Zonta Club of Oswego will be collecting donations for Oswego County Opportunities’ Services to Aid Families program.

Oswego Council Dissolves Historic Review Committee

The Planning Board will now take on the responsibility of implementing the Downtown Design Guidelines. The consolidation will streamline the process and make things easier for applicants, councilors said. Prior to the meeting, Charlie Young, chair of the Historical Review Committee, urged the councilors to reconsider the proposal.

Local Colleges Kicking Butt

local institutions of higher education and 30 percent of colleges across New York State are getting top marks in a new report from the American Cancer Society and the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network.


Laker Men’s Basketball Remains Undefeated

The Oswego State men’s basketball team remained unbeaten with a 73-58 victory over host Clarkson University at SUNY Potsdam’s Maxcy Hall on Tuesday night. Oswego, who led by as many as 20 during the contest, is 4-0 on the year.

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Membership Monday

Membership Monday ************************************************************************************* The Chamber will be closed on  Thursday November 26h and Friday November 27th for the holiday Everyone have a happy and safe holiday ** Thank you as well to the Plumbers and Steamfitters Local #73 for their recent sponsorship to the Holiday Social **  Music provided by The Cortini Brothers RSVP here today and enjoy a


Fishing Reports for November 25, 2015

This report courtesy of the Oswego County Department of Community Development, Tourism and Planning. Our staff would like to extend our best wishes for a safe and Happy Thanksgiving to you and your families! Oswego River report: The water flow has been running between 7,000 and 9,000cfs. This morning it is flowing at 7,880cfs. Temperatures


Honoring The Leaders Among Us

Whether they are entrepreneurs who are running successful businesses, volunteers who contribute countless hours to nonprofit organizations, women in medicine who devote their lives to keeping us healthy or young girls who are reaching new heights in athletics or personal achievements, we can all learn something from the people who are paving the way for others who will follow in their footsteps.

Support Sought for Library Mini Golf Program

The Friends of the Oswego Public Library is an organization of patrons committed to expanding and enriching the programs of the Oswego Public Library. We can only achieve our goals with the assistance of generous donations from the business members in our community.

Thanks For Making Howliday A Howling Success

Oswego County SPCA-OCAWL had the most successful annual Howliday event yet on Nov. 15! We would like to thank The American Foundry for hosting us, and all the local businesses that donated to our silent auction. Also, thanks to the community for coming out to our fundraising event.