EEE Found In Bird-Biting Mosquitoes
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Horse in Williamstown Dies of EEE

A horse which died Oct. 5 in the town of Williamstown has tested positive for Eastern equine encephalitis, the Oswego County Health Department learned Tuesday (October 16). It is the second horse to die of EEE this year in Oswego County. A horse died in the town of West Monroe in August. […]

Steven Haynes
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DSS Attacker Pleads Guilty, Sentenced To Prison

On Monday (October 15) Steven Haynes of Oswego appeared in Oswego County Court and pleaded guilty to Attempted Murder in the Second Degree. Haynes was sentenced immediately after he entered his plea. The Hon. Walter W. Hafner Jr. sentenced Haynes to 20 years in state prison, followed by 5 years of post-release supervision. […]

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Albion Pair Facing Felony Drug Charges

On Thursday, investigators with the Oswego County Drug Task Force, with the assistance of the Oswego County Sheriff’s Office and the New York State Police, executed a narcotics related search warrant at 13 Cemetery St. in Albion. As a result, materials used to manufacture methamphetamine as well as a small amount of methamphetamine were located and seized, according to police. […]

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Mayor Barlow Announces Winning Projects For $545,000 Downtown Improvement Fund 

Mayor Billy Barlow announced today (October 11) the winning projects selected for the city of Oswego Downtown Improvement Fund, part of Oswego’s $10 million Downtown Revitalization Initiative grant secured in 2016. The $545,000 Downtown Improvement Fund project combines individual renovation projects carried out by existing, small business owners in downtown Oswego. […]

Proceeds from the June 7 Fajita Grill fundraiser for Friends of Fort Ontario will support new exhibits and interpretive programming at Fort Ontario State Historic Site. This summer an AmeriCorps member, funded by Friends of Fort Ontario, will conduct youth programs featuring historic games and activities for children. (Photo by Kara Alheim, Oswego County Tourism Office.)
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Katko Legislation To Advance Fort Ontario Signed Into Law

Yesterday evening (October 9), bipartisan, bicameral legislation introduced in the House by U.S. Rep. John Katko, the Fort Ontario Study Act, was signed into law by President Donald Trump. “Since coming to Congress in 2015, putting Fort Ontario on the path to becoming a National Park has been among my top priorities. Fort Ontario and Safe Haven National Refugee Shelter are important sites both in our regional history as well as the history of our country,”said Katko. […]