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Art Association, Players Fighting To Keep Facility Open

The entranceway concrete is cracked so badly, you can see the  ground several feet below.

There is plenty going on at Building 30 in Fort Ontario Park. The Art Association of Oswego and their co-tenants, the Oswego Players, have some upcoming shows and other events. Both groups would like to see more activity outside as well. The building is in need of much repair.

Second Warders Express Frustration

Dozens of Second Ward residents share their opinions with  representatives of the police department as well as their alderman at a  neighborhood meeting.

People living in Oswego’s Second Ward are fed up with the noise, vandalism, foul language and overall bad behavior of some of the youth in the area. Residents held a meeting with their alderman and representatives of the police department to let their feelings be known. Another meeting will be held to address the issues and what can be done to solve the problems.

Myers Granted Conditional Discharge

<p>Kenneth Myers</p>

Charges against the former Fulton lawmaker who was arrested in January for intentionally trying to deceive police will be dismissed after a year if he stays out of trouble, according to court officials.

Former Council President Pleads Guilty To Misdemeanor

Ken Myers 1Standing in the same room where he once served as president of the Fulton Common Council, Kenneth Myers stood quietly Tuesday morning as he listened to the details of a plea agreement that was worked out to satisfy charges that were brought against him in January. Myers pleaded guilty to attempted obstruction of governmental administration. His sentencing is slated for Aug. 4.