The Common Council voted unanimously Monday night to approve the city’s new “Social Host” law. It makes it unlawful for any person older than the age of 18 who owns, rents, or otherwise controls a private residence, to knowingly allow the consumption of alcohol, alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs by any minor (younger than the age of 21) on such premises or to fail to take reasonable corrective action upon learning of the consumption of alcohol, alcoholic beverages or use of illegal drugs by any minor on such premises.
Oswego Firefighters made quick work of a kitchen fire on East Seneca Street in Oswego this afternoon (October 22). The fire was confined to the kitchen with smoke and water damage to the first floor and basement. No injuries were reported.
Oswego City School District Superintendent Dr. Dean Goewey is pleased to announce the sale of the district’s former Education Center to Pathfinder Bank. The building, purchased by the district in 1993, was placed back on the market by Dr. Goewey and the district in 2016 so the district could enter an era of restructuring and consolidation.
On Thursday, October 18, at approximately 10:30 a.m., investigators with the Oswego County Drug Task Force arrested Edward B. Merriam, 54, of 280 Maple St., on an arrest warrant issued out of Oswego County Court.
There are funds available through awarded Community Development Block Grant program activities, the Community Development Director said. The funds could be used to provide a comprehensive evaluation for the water treatment plant. If the money isn’t used, it would have to be returned to the state next spring.
The SUNY Oswego theatre department next month will present playwright Neil LaBute’s romantic drama “The Shape of Things,” a “shocking” production that exposes four college students entangled in relationships to harsh life lessons about moral conflicts. The college’s fall production will take the stage at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday to Friday, Nov. 7 to 9, as well as at 2 p.m. matinees on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 10 and 11.
When the leaves start to turn red and yellow, my mind begins to think of winter getaways and it always conjures up beautiful Ngapali Beach in Myanmar – my happy place. When we first stayed at Ngapali’s Amazing Resorts in 2008 there were virtually no tourists and Amazing Hotel Ngapali was the only hotel on this stretch of beach.
Fulton’s Mayor Woodward answers your questions and talks about whats happening in October
Mayor Barlow answers your questions and talks about what has been done in September and coming up for October.
The Coterie Club will once again sponsor the Village of Lacona’s Memory Wreath. Each year, the club chooses an organization to receive all the funds. This year’s choice is the Young Guns Travel Softball teams for girls 14U, 12U and 10U.
The Fulton City School District administrators and staff members recently sent heartfelt appreciation to their Board of Education representatives in honor of School Board Recognition Week.
The New Haven Seniors is changing its winter hours and will meet Monday, October 29, at noon. The seniors will enjoy a pot luck lunch and will be followed by the meeting.
Oswego County STOP-DWI Coordinator Robert Lighthall announced Oswego County police agencies will participate in a special enforcement effort to crackdown on impaired driving. Halloween is meant to be scary, but not when it comes to driving.
New York State’s 48th Senate District is home to five state prisons. Standing guard inside of these facilities are some of the most dedicated, hardworking and brave people in New York State.
We the people choose our State Supreme Court justices by voting for the person or persons we feel best represent the values we feel a Supreme Court justice should have. On November 6, you will find the name of Scott DelConte on three party lines, Conservative, Independence and Democratic.
The Oswego State men’s ice hockey team came out hot, punishing Nazareth College for three goals in the first seven minutes en route to an exhibition victory at home on Saturday.
We served well and played some great defense, but visiting Fulton kept us on our heels all night. I am very proud of how hard our girls fought and stayed in the match throughout all 3 sets.
This report courtesy of the Oswego County Department of Community Development, Tourism and Planning. Oswego River report: The river experienced a real drop in flow on Saturday afternoon to about 700cfs and down to 450cfs yesterday. This afternoon it is running at 661cfs. Driftboat anglers reported great fishing Friday and early Saturday but a definite