This month Mayor Barlow talks about the Sidewalk repair project, the initiative to help the homeless in the city, and upgrades to Wright’s Landing Marina to improve tourism.
This month Mayor Woodward talks about the upcoming Airport Day at the Oswego County Airport on August 11th. He answers your questions about the remaining clean up of the Nestles Plant on South 7th Street, the lack of public pools in Fulton, the Heroin Epidemic and how Fulton is dealing with it, an old Elementary
Friday, August 17, is the first of three dates that Oswego Pop Warner Youth Football and Cheer will be collecting food donations to help support the Oswego Chapter of Blessings in a Backpack.
AmeriCorps member Emily Oldenburg recently delivered more than 500 diapers, along with baby wipes, diaper cream and powder to the nursing staff at the Oswego County Health Department.
Any residents of the Oswego area that would like to make their food dollars go farther may order September Food Sense packages until noon on September 14.
Ahmanee Simmons, Nyezee Goe and Ahmed (Rakim) Yousuf joined six other SUNY Oswego students this summer working in — and expressing their appreciation for — professional internships in the Synergy Leadership Training Program operated by the nonprofit Mercy Works.
This summer has been one of the hottest, most humid, I can remember. While the extreme heat is forcing all of us to take some extra precautions, it is important we do not forget our animals, pets and those responsible for producing the main ingredient for many of our farm fresh foods, milk. Unfortunately, as temperatures rise, so do the stress levels of dairy cows.
New York State has thousands of lakes, ponds, rivers, streams and millions of acres of forest. The geographic diversity of our state, and its great natural resources, not only makes New York a beautiful state to live in but a wonderful place to enjoy the outdoors.