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September 22, 2018

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The students cut the ribbon

Mayor Barlow Opens New Kingsford Park School Playground

In April 2016, dozens of Kingsford Park Elementary School students marched to City Hall to advocate for a new and safer playground at the park adjacent to their school. Today (September 21), they saw the results of their efforts. Mayor Billy Barlow officially opened the brand new Kingsford Park School playground with a ribbon cutting event with school administrators, staff, students and many others.

Mayor Barlow Announces Oswego’s First Electric Car Charging Station

Mayor Billy Barlow announced today (September 20) the implementation of an electric car charging station in the city of Oswego. The charging station, located near Oswego City Hall at the West Second and Oneida streets intersection in downtown, is the first electric car charging station placed in the city of Oswego and is part of Mayor Barlow’s pursuit of making Oswego a NYSERDA Clean Energy Community.

RaiderNet Is Back For The New School Year!

Today’s News: Do students sleep enough?; Spirit Week off to a great start; Sports updates from football, cheerleading, boys soccer and volleyball; and more in today’s edition of The Raider – written by students in the GR Bodley Journalism Club and Journalism class. And, don’t forget that you can submit pictures to the yearbook at #grbyb or by e-mailing them to [email protected]

Syracuse Man Charged With Violating An Order Of Protection

State Police arrested Chad Chapman, 33, from Syracuse, for Criminal Contempt 1st degree, a class “E” felony and Harassment 2nd degree, a violation, following a domestic incident that occurred Sunday in the Village Green Community parking lot. He is accused of violating an Oswego County Family Court Order of Protection during a altercation with the protected party.

Emotions Run High As Neighborhood Battles Against House ‘Unfit for Occupancy’

An entire first ward neighborhood took a stand at Tuesday’s (Sept 18) regular meeting of the Fulton Common Council. One by one, neighbors of West Second Street South in Fulton addressed their pressing concerns with one troublesome house in their area. They detailed the drastic loss of quality of life in their neighborhood, all alleged to stem from one property: an owner-occupied multi-family unit that has been without water and power for months.

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