This year, 51 counties complied with the State-imposed property tax cap, according to a new report issued by State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli. However, that compliance comes with a high price that cannot be sustained moving forward.
The rich history of the City of Oswego’s oldest commercial building and its many past uses will be the focus of discussion on July 11 from 10 a.m. to noon at the J. Richard Pfund Boating Center at 11 Lake St. in Oswego. Mark J. Slosek, Oswego city historian, will present a lecture on the history of the Cahill’s Fish Market/Walton & Willett Stone Store and the development of the west side pier.
Driving Books Home, Oswego’s Bookmobile, is following the NY State Library’s summer reading theme of Every Hero Has a Story for its summer programs. The bookmobile rolls into Oswego neighborhoods beginning on July 6. Each week during the months of July and August, at every stop, the bookmobile gives a free book and a snack to each child under the age of 18 in the Oswego community.
The Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office reports that sheriff’s detectives have charged an inmate at Oswego County Jail in connection with last month’s robbery of the Subway restaurant and Kwik Fill gas station.
On Thursday, an Oswego County jury convicted Emmanuel A. Frederick, of Scriba, of three separate counts of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Third Degree, a Class B Felony, for possessing more than a half an ounce of cocaine and for possessing cocaine and heroin with the intent to sell. Due to his prior felony conviction, Frederick faces a minimum sentence of 2 years and a maximum sentence of 12 years in state prison on each count.
The crash resulted in the arrest of James D Meeker Jr., 19, of 1556 CR 8, Fulton. He was charged with DWI, Reckless Endangerment 2nd degree, Reckless Driving, Imprudent Speed, Crossing Road Hazard Markings and Failure to Keep Right.
The 16th Annual Hospice Cup Regatta, held on June 20, raised $23,000. That will be used to support Oswego County Hospice patients and their families. Our success is directly tied to the support we receive from this community, both businesses and individuals.
When you’re looking for a job or trying to make a career change, connections matter. In fact, according to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, 70 percent of all jobs are found through networking. Helping people make connections with businesses and organizations looking to hire is main goal of my job fairs, held annually in St. Lawrence and Oswego counties.
The Oswego County Legislature recently presented members of the 2015 Sandy Creek softball team with a certificate of recognition for its spectacular performance this season with a record of 20 wins and 4 losses.
The bazaar features plenty of food, fun and games for the entire family including: a cake booth, plant booth, Kiddie Land, a 50 / 50 drawings, St. Mary’s famous chicken barbecue, live entertainment nightly and a chance to win $5,000 with St. Mary’s Annual Big Money Drawing.
The field once known as home economics is alive, well and informing many other branches of knowledge, according to a new book co-edited by SUNY Oswego history professor and Honors Program Director Gwen Kay.
Immaculate mobile home on 3 acres in Mexico, NY
(Tracey Road Equipment Modifieds 35 Laps) – TOM SEARS Jr., Billy Decker, Tim Sears Jr., Tim Schneider Jr., Pat Ward.
Novelis Supermodified Grand Prix (75-laps): 1. 47 – Bob Bond, 2. 50 – Dave Gruel, 3. 68 – Michael Barnes, 4. 0 – Tim Snyder, 5. 01 – Dan Connors
After taking the checkered flag in the season opener for Oswego Speedway’s Pathfinder Bank Small Block Super division back in May, Dalton Doyle is once again the championship leader heading into Saturday night’s Grand Prix 35 at the ‘Steel Palace.’
The Manor at Seneca Hill hosted a very special party on May 29 – the 103rd birthday of resident Anna Kielb. Kielb is a Fulton native, who at one time worked at the Woolen Mill located on West First Street in the city.
Mary Jo Gadwau and Neil Patrick Cliff exchanged marriage vows in a double-ring ceremony at St. Paul’s church on May 2, 2015. The Rev. Guy Buccaro officiated at the ceremony.
When John and I were in Cooperstown, we visited the Ommergang Brewery, which is part of the Cooperstown Beverage Trail. It is New York State’s first official cuisine trail. Ommergang Brewery is located in a large building that is reminiscent of the breweries in Belgium. The tour of the Brew House points out the attention to detail in the production of Ommergang beers. The water comes from aquifers located on their property.
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Happy Monday! Last week we had our Chamber Annual Golf Social at the Oswego Country Club. We are happy to report that it was a complete success. We could not have asked for better weather and everyone had a great … Continue reading
Here is some information on what is happening at the Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce. Oswego Farmers’ Market Thank you to Master Pryor’s TaeKwondo America and Creation Studio for taking time to perform in last week’s Oswego Farmers’ Market. This Week: … Continue reading
This report courtesy of the Oswego County Department of Community Development, Tourism and Planning. Oswego River/Lake Ontario report: According to Larry Muroski of Larry’s Oswego Salmon Shop: The recent rainfall is affecting the water flow with the river running at … Continue reading
Becoming mostly sunny and cool today. High 75.