Kristin Wise Leading the Fight to Find a Cure in central New York

It was a rainy Friday morning in Oswego when I went to meet Kristin Wise for the first time. She was sitting there smiling sipping her tea at the Oswego Tea Company. Kristin has put her caring, generous and thoughtful personality into her passion, her job. She is currently the development director for the Cystic…

Oswego Animal Shelter and Paws Across Oswego County Working Together

The Oswego Animal Shelter will be using nearly $500,000 state grant to improve its facility in addition to its partnership with Paws Across Oswego County. Linda DeMassi, R-2nd Ward has seen the condition of the shelter and is happy that this improvement is happening. She said, “This has been a long time coming and I…

What’s Next For Greek Life?

College universities across the country have been cracking down on fraternities and sororities, which has raised the issue of what’s next for SUNY Oswego’s Greek Life. In the past year there has been four deaths related to Greek Life and hazing incidents. When these issues are related to Greek Life on a college campus’s states…

Mayors New Initiative to Pursue Employees to Live Where They Work

The mayor of Oswego, Billy Barlow, announced last week the Resident Recruitment Initiative for the Oswego Area. This is a new partnership between the City of Oswego and four major employers in and near the Oswego community. SUNY Oswego, Oswego Health, Novelis and Exelon are participating in this initiative to encourage employees to live local…

Tyler Hall Take Two

WTOP Webstory 31 Oct 2016 OSWEGO, NY- Thursday October 27, 2016 kicked off a week of celebration for the newly renovated Tyler Hall beginning with the 12th Annual Lewis B O’Donnell Media Summit. The first phase of the renovations took two-years and cost $22.2 million. Some of the renovations include state-of-the-art performance, rehearsal, recording and gallery…