Oswego Daily News

2018 In Review: December – Oswegonian Sings At President’s Memorial, Cousins Donate To Port City’s History, Boxing Club Gets A Boost

Two pieces of Oswego’s history were donated to link the city’s catalog of historic documents. Cousins Ron and Mark Tesoriero worked together to preserve the Port City’s history. The city has dozens of books that document laws, events and pivotal moments dating back 170 years.
But, its collection wasn’t complete […]

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Should old acquaintance be forgot…

In a couple more hours, we will greet 2019 with champagne, kisses and singing at midnight. One song in particular is a standard on New Year’s Eve. But, if you’re like most people, you probably don’t know for sure just what you’re singing about when you join the crowd at the stroke of midnight and sing “Auld Lang Syne.” […]

Oswego Daily News

2018 In Review: October – Ground Broken For New Housing Development, Deputy Police Chief Named, Social Host Law Passed

Nine months from today, people will start to move into Champlain Commons, Diane Cooper-Currier, executive director, Oswego County Opportunities, said October 17. “OCO is thrilled to be a partner with Rochester’s Cornerstone Group and our state funding partners to bring new, safe, affordable and quality housing to Oswego County,” she said. […]