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Oswego resident Jerri Lynn Baker’s fish soup recipe won Sons of Norway Polar Star Lodge 5-472′s 2024 Souper Bowl contest.
Oswegoland Park District officials are working to secure space for the park district’s employees and equipment as plans to raze the aging Prairie Point administration and operations center at 313 E. Washington St. continue to move forward.
An Oswego man has been charged with allegedly firing a gun while intoxicated on Feb. 17 at The Reserve at Hudson Crossing parking garage in downtown Oswego.
The village of Oswego's Wine on the Fox will return to Hudson Crossing Park along the scenic Fox River in May.
A Yorkville man has been charged with numerous offenses – including burglary and endangering the life of a child – following a disturbance last month at a house in Oswego.
Oswego village staff will be studying how the development of Wolfs Crossing corridor is faring compared to what is envisioned there as part of the village’s 2015 Comprehensive Plan.
Oswego Community Unit School District 308 was a recipient of a Kohl’s Corporate Grant. District 308 used the funds to assist with purchasing clothing for students in need.
Classrooms across Oswego Community Unit School District 308 celebrated being “100 Days Smarter” after completing the first 100 days of the school year.
Plans are moving forward to build more than 200 single-family houses and townhouse units as part of the second phase of the Hudson Pointe development.
An Oswego-based construction contractor has once again been fined for ignoring federal safety regulations.
Early voting begins this week across the state for the general primary election set for March 19.
The village of Oswego will donate a parcel of land on Wolfs Crossing to the Oswego Fire Protection District to build its fifth fire station.
The Oswego Village Board has approved new rules to limit the number of establishments that can offer video gaming in order to control its proliferation.
Students from both Oswego East High School and Oswego High School recently earned awards at this year’s Regional Scholastic Art Competition.
Oswego’s public works department is looking to keep up with the village’s needs as it continues to grow.