Pictured above, Tom Millar appears before the Oswego Common Council in November. Millar has ongoing litigation with the city over the former Cahill's Fish Market, which he tried to purchase two years ago before the city killed the deal on financing concerns. Millar, whose breach of contract suit was tossed by a judge in January, has an active appeal with the appellate division of the Supreme Court, and the city filed its response this week.
— Developer Tom Millar's legal battle with Oswego over his nixed contract to purchase the Cahill building continues, with court documents showing the city recently responded to Millar's appeal of a judge's decision to toss his lawsuit against Oswego.
— In ways both subtle and blunt, Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign is sending a message to Vice President Joe Biden about his potential presidential campaign: This won't be easy.
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— An Army chaplain has won a national prize for an original sermon that he will deliver on Sept. 11 at a chapel near ground zero that became a sanctuary of consolation after the terrorist attacks.
— The Oswego City Fire Department released the following call data for the month of July in 2015:
— Globalpower, the Electrical Solutions and Braden Auxiliary Products businesses, has named Mike Cutro as director of environmental health and safety.
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— Area residents aged 50 and older will have the opportunity to participate in September Camping at Camp Hollis in September.
— Officials in Granby are in disagreement on how to deal with the town's aging fleet of snowplows.
Each Saturday, maritime historian Richard Palmer will highlight the rich history of Lake Ontario, including shipwrecks and port and shipping history.