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September 19, 2018

Oswego Daily News

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.

The Fort Ontario National Landmark Committee will sponsor a rally Nov. 12 to generate support for elevating Fort Ontario and the Safe Haven Holocaust Refugee Shelter Museum to National Monument status.

Katko Applauds Senate Passage Of Fort Ontario Legislation, Urges President To Sign Into Law

Following unanimous passage in the U.S. Senate this evening of The Fort Ontario Study Act, bipartisan, bicameral legislation introduced in the House by U.S. Rep. John Katko, the Congressman released the following statement: “Fort Ontario and Safe Haven National Refugee Shelter are treasures in our community, and testament to the important role of Central New York in our nation’s history. The Fort Ontario Study Act has been among my top priorities since coming to Congress in 2015,” said Katko.

Car-House Crash, Fire Still Under Investigation; Names Released

The occupants of the 2001 Buick were Ronald C. Canfield Jr, Amanda R. Long, William J. Crowe and Katie A. Grant. The occupants of the 2016 Ford Focus were Charles Alton II and Charles Alton III. The occupants of residence damaged by the fire were identified as Barbara and Mark Dennison.

A sign announcing the city's overnight parking ban in previous years

Oswego Councilors Seek Input On Winter Parking Policy

It’s a problem nearly as old as Oswego itself. Where can someone park during the Port City’s winters? At Monday night’s Planning and Development Committee meeting, councilors discussed ways to “enhance winter parking permit process and associated fees,” according to committee chair Ron Tesoriero.

Fire Strikes Oswego Home

Oswego firefighters made quick work of a fire in a single-family home on Lyon Street, on the city’s east side, just after 11 p.m. on Sunday. Two adults and three children were able to escape the flames thanks to working smoke detectors. No injuries were reported.

A ‘BEST SMALL TOWN TO VISIT’ – Many Americans look for relaxation by taking weekend getaways to quaint and quiet destinations. According to 800 travelers surveyed by the AARP Travel Center powered by Expedia, Oswego is one such destination, featuring fascinating heritage sites, great events, and spectacular sunsets. To see the full article, “The Best Small Towns to Visit,” go to https://www.expedia-aarp.com/blog/best-small-towns-visit-according-travelers-45/.

Oswego is One of ‘The Best Small Towns to Visit’

Oswego has been named one of seven “Best Small Towns to Visit” in the U.S. according to the AARP Travel Center powered by Expedia. The listing was released earlier this month using data from 800 American travelers, aged 45 and older, to uncover lesser-known places that offer a worthwhile travel experience.

More WNV Found in Constantia and West Monroe

The Oswego County Health Department reported test results received this week (September 14) indicate viral activity remains in the area. West Nile Virus (WNV) was confirmed in two mosquito pools, one in the town of Constantia and the other in the town of West Monroe.

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