Oswego, NY – Unemployment in the U.S. stands at 9.6%. It's about that high in Oswego County, where Joyce Gramza lives. She's a writer and editor and a former manager but, as her new cover letter spells out, she's setting her sights lower these days.
Boston, MA – As fans in the U.S. welcome the college and pro football seasons, most citizens of Tanzania probably don't know the difference between a first down and fist full of facemask. But as commentator Bill Littlefield recently learned, that may be about to change.
Bill Littlefield is the host of NPR's Only a Game, heard Saturdays at 7:00am on WRVO.
Oswego, NY – Global to Local: Immigration and Diaspora. Featuring a rich cross section of artists and academics - you'll hear a discussion on the topics of immigration and diaspora, and how it has affected their life and work.
Oswego, NY – Featuring a rich cross section of artists and academics - you'll hear a discussion on the topics of immigration and diaspora, and how it has affected their life and work. In this second half, Dr. Jessica Hester speaks with economist Ranjit Dighe, journalist Maureen Sieh, choreographer Alex Escalante, and a round table discussion with immigrant professors from SUNY Oswego.
Cicero, NY – A case of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) has been found in a human in Onondaga County, and now health officials say they will spray swamp areas to try to slow the spread of the disease.
Four pools of mosquitoes in the town of Cicero tested positive for EEE last month. Two of the pools contained mosquitoes that bite humans.
Onondaga County Health Commissioner, Cynthia Morrow, says it's been 20 years since the last case of EEE was found in a human in the county.