The Oswego County 4-H Program has an enormous stockpile of items, and like last year, everything is priced to sell, with many great deals to be found. All fabric is being sold by the piece at just $2 a yard. The sale’s proceeds benefit the local 4-H program.
The city plans to use the funding to improve its aging infrastructure, specifically its sewer system. The target areas would be on the west side of the Port City and include the city’s component of SUNY Oswego.
Judith A. Kessler Kay, 71, of Phoenix, passed away at St. Joseph’s Hospital Center, Syracuse, NY, on Saturday July 25, 2015.
Happy Monday!!! The Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce would like to congratulate the staff and all the hundreds of volunteers at Harborfest for working so hard in making this year’s festival a success!!! What a fantastic weekend and of course … Continue reading
The winning 50-50 Oswego Harborfest ticket has been drawn. The winning number is a yellow ticket 344655. The person with this ticket will receive $3,902.36.