G. Ray Bodley High School Principal Donna Parkhurst recently announced that nearly half of the school’s student population achieved either honor roll or high honor roll status for the first marking period of the 2018-19 school year. […]
Recognized in front of their peers, guests and teachers, more than 20 students received praise for being thankful and having shown appreciation and kindness toward others in their classroom, special areas and school hallways. […]
Oswego will host its 31st annual tree lighting event, “An Oswego Christmas,” at Civic Plaza on December 1 from 1 to 6:30 p.m.
Jennifer Losurdo, of the Oswego City-County Youth Bureau, has worked tirelessly for months organizing the event. She and a cadre of eleves have been preparing all the details while the city’s DPW was charged with ensuring Civic Plaza and the surrounding area was dressed in its holiday best. […]
The Lighthouse Lanes Squirt hockey team from the Oswego Minor Hockey Association has started its 2018-19 season strong with a record of 6-1-1 in its Snowbelt League Red Division and new Thruway Series games.
Thank you to those that have stopped by Save-a-Lot and donated to the food drive taking place. This food will be divided to go towards two programs. The first is Catholic Charities in order to have enough food on hand to get them through some of the rough points this winter. The second organization that will get items is the Meals on Wheels program. […]