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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.

Charlie Young, chair of the Historic Review Committee, urges the councilors to reconsider the proposed consolidation.

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.

Cancer Society

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.

From left are: Legislator James Karasek; Mark Sledziona, manager of store 508: Tops in Fulton; and Mary Margaret Pezella-Pekow, executive director of Catholic Charities.

Legislator Issues Challenge In Veggie Campaign Drive

Legislator James Karasek is challenging Oswego County residents to ensure everyone has a happy holiday season. Tops has started a can drive for Catholic Charities for the Christmas Baskets. The legislator and his wife have purchased 25 cases and challenged others to match that; and Tops will donate 25 more cases.

Santa greets a youngster during a Toys for Tots a Day of Sharing.

Light Up Oswego and Oswego Tree lighting set November 28

Light Up Oswego and the annual tree lighting will take place this year on November 28. This is a free family event meant to encourage everyone to get out and enjoy the holiday season together as a community. The celebration will kick off the holiday season in Oswego with activities beginning as early as 10 a.m. that day.

Dean Heagerty.

Oswego Police Continue Search For Missing Oswego Man

Thursday (November 19), marks the 39th anniversary of the reported disappearance of Oswego resident Dean Heagerty.
Dean was 19 years old at the time he was reported missing.
He was 6’1” tall with blue eyes and shoulder length blond hair. He was believed to be hitchhiking shortly before being reported missing to authorities.

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