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Black bear illegally killed in Finger Lakes wildlife refuge

SENECA COUNTY, N.Y. (WETM) – One man has been ticketed for allegedly illegally killing a black bear on a national wildlife refuge in the Finger Lakes, according to the DEC. Two Environmental Conservation Officers received a report on Nov. 18 that a K9 tracked a bear that had been shot earlier that day in the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge in Seneca County. Refuge biologists reportedly told the DEC the bear is likely the first confirmed black bear sighting on the refuge property.
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Council might waive couch fee after enforcement mishap

OSWEGO — City councilors approved a bizarre request this week to waive a $401 code enforcement fee regarding an abandoned couch. City Attorney Kevin Caraccioli began addressing the Oswego Common Council’s Administrative Services Committee Monday by pointing out that the city has been aggressive in its code enforcement after years of complaints from residents about violations.

Varsity Roundup: Baker, Emmons lead Hannibal girls basketball victory

Hannibal 70, Syracuse West 36: Hannibal improved to 3-1 on the season with a dominating victory over Syracuse West on Tuesday. The Warriors had a huge 27-point second quarter leading to the big win. Tenley Baker (24) and Samantha Emmons (22) had over 20-point-plus nights, while Emmons also tacked on...

Recap: iM3NY Town Hall

ENDICOTT, NY (WIVT/WBGH) – A public comment session was held at the Huron campus to allow the community a chance to address questions and concerns regarding the new, lithium-ion cell manufacturer. Imperium 3 is the newest giga-factory dedicated to manufacturing cutting edge battery technology to lead the charge of...

State Police arrest a Seneca Falls resident for DWI.

On Tuesday, December 6, 2022, troopers from SP Waterloo observed a vehicle fail to stop at a red light on State Route 20 in the town of Tyre. The operator identified as Nathan M. Kennedy, age 26, of Seneca Falls, was subsequently arrested for Driving While Intoxicated, operating a motor vehicle with a BAC greater than .08%, Open Container, and a traffic violation.

Last match secures victory for Fulton boys wrestling over Central Square

FULTON — The Fulton varsity boys wrestling team never trailed against Central Square on Wednesday, but it took until the final match to secure the narrow victory. Fulton led just 32-30 heading into the 118-pound weight class battle between Fulton’s Brady Niver and Central Square’s Jaxon Perkins. Perkins led 2-1 after the first period.

New SUNY chancellor will replace former Oswego State president

ALBANY, N.Y. — Higher education leaders across the state, including the city of Oswego, praised the appointment of John B. King as SUNY’s new chancellor this week, citing his experience as a leader in public education at the federal level. King, appointed State University of New York’s 15h...

OCSD Board OF Education Discuss Budget Goals, School-Use Fees During Meeting

OSWEGO – The Oswego City School District Board of Education met on the evening of December 6, 2022, with Boardmember Pamela Dowd absent. Beginning with the Public Comment portion of the meeting, Jim Eckman addressed the Board, outlining his opinion that there is a lack of communication and accountability within the district regarding the decision making process that affects athletics.

Oswego Harborfest Expands Design Opportunity for New Poster

Oswego Harborfest planning for the 34th annual event is well underway and as always it is important for the community to be a part of the celebration. This year we are reaching out to see if the artistic community in general would like to be involved. Submissions will be accepted...

Clyde hosts annual Village Parade

On Saturday, November 26th the annual Holiday parade of lights and fireworks took place in front of the largest crowd ever (Estimated in the thousands). The parade saw 37 different participating Fire departments, businesses, community groups, and Santa Claus at the end. The highlights of the Parade were Downbeat percussion,...

Kids Onstage Presents Christmas Plays

CNY Arts Center Kids Onstage has been rehearsing for the annual Christmas production which will run December 16-18. Kids Onstage will present Jingle Bells Jury and other Christmas duets. The cast is composed of nearly 20 kids, ages 7 and up, and delivers a Christmas message for all ages. Jim...

Fire district elections are Dec. 13

BALDWINSVILLE — While the November general election tends to get the most fanfare, election season isn’t quite over yet in New York State. Residents of fire districts will select their representatives for their respective board of fire commissioners next Tuesday, Dec. 13. The greater Baldwinsville area includes several...