The Oswego County Historical Society proudly presents a Classic Movie Night event to support the iconic landmark Richardson-Bates House Museum in Oswego. The popular Alfred Hitchcock classic film noir “Strangers on a Train” will be featured on October 11 at 7 p.m. in the historic landmark Oswego Theatre at 138 W. Second St.
The event will host local businesses and organizations like Novelis, Huhtamaki, Sunoco, Davis-Standard, Fulton Companies, Universal Metal Works, Kenwell, Ralph W. Earl, Swage-Lok, IBEW, Women in Engineering, Majestik Mold and the Department of Labor.
The troop spent a week in Washington, D.C. spending the week visiting the Vietnam Memorial, World War II Memorial, Korean War Memorial, the Smithsonian, Holocaust Museum, Lincoln Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, Martin Luther King Memorial, the Museum of the American Indian, Air and Space Museum, the Pentagon and 9/11 Memorial, the Capital, White House and other sites.
In an effort to keep the community aware of changes happening at the new Community Arts Center, CNY Arts Center is excited to announce there’s a hole in the floor at 121-125 Cayuga St.
Leaders and educators throughout Oswego County are digging into reading practices as part of the new Oswego County Literacy Initiative, a collaboration between all nine Oswego County school districts, the CNYOC Teacher Center, CiTi BOCES and the highly acclaimed Reading League.
As more local students express interest in applying, the deadline for applications to the exciting new Young Entrepreneurs Academy at Cayuga Community College has been extended to Oct. 12.
The office is undergoing a complete remodel. The phone line will be checked daily and emergency calls will be returned.
September is National Preparedness Month and staff at St. Luke Health Services, St. Francis Commons and Bishop’s Commons recently completed emergency and safety training exercises across their healthcare campus. Russell Phillips and Associates, a Rochester-based consulting firm with expertise in fire and disaster preparation and response provided the training.
After a successful 2017 debut, SUNY Oswego’s Launch It student startup competition will reward outstanding ideas and plans in a competition spanning September to early November. The competition awards $1,000 to the winning team. The second-place team will earn $600, while the third-place squad will take home $400.
The Oswego City Tree Stewards will complete its ninth year of volunteer service to prune and maintain city trees on Saturdays at 10 a.m. The next session will be on the West Riverwalk at the junction of West Oneida Street behind the Pontiac Apartments on September 15.