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Voting Results 11/06/2018

As the polls close at 9 p.m., we’re certain that Don Hilton will be the next Oswego County Sheriff; Paul House will continue to serve as the County Legislator representing District 8; and Patty Ritchie is still State Senator for the 48th District. […]

Firefighters battled a blaze at 9 Porter St. on Saturday night. (Joe Falcetti Photo)
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Vacant Oswego House Burns

Oswego Firefighters were alerted of a structure fire at 9 Porter St. on the city’s west side a little after 10 p.m. Saturday (November 3). Police reported the building fully involved and heavy winds pushing flames toward a neighboring home. […]

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Mayor Barlow Proposes Free Public Ice Skating for City Residents

Mayor Billy Barlow announced his proposal to waive all fees associated with public ice skating at the city of Oswego public ice rinks. Previously, fees for open ice skating ranged from $1.50 per visit to $3 per visit depending on age. “Oswego families pay for these facilities already through their property taxes and should not have to pay a fee again,” the mayor said.. […]

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Mayor Barlow Announces $25,000 Funding to Good Guys Barbershop Expansion Project

Mayor Billy Barlow announces $25,000 in funding to assist the Good Guys Barbershop in Oswego with its expansion and re-location project in downtown Oswego resulting in the addition of four jobs and storefront location on West First Street in the core of downtown. The funding comes from the commitment of program income through the NYS Community Development Block Grant program. […]

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Fall Back Into Safety

The end of daylight savings (2 a.m. on Nov. 4) is rapidly approaching and the Firemen’s Association of the State of New York is urging New Yorkers to inspect their smoke alarms when they change their clocks. Working smoke alarms are critical in preventing fire deaths, fire officials said. According to the National Fire Protection Association, three of every five home fire deaths occur in homes without smoke alarms or working smoke alarms. FASNY specifically encourages New Yorkers to install smoke alarms equipped with sealed-in, non-removable batteries that last for 10 years. […]