Oswego’s bookmobile operates differently from traditional bookmobiles. It delivers free books that don’t have to be returned. The bookmobile also delivers encouragement, modeled reading and activities to complement reading. Vandalism nearly thwarted the Bookmobile’s 2013 before it started.
Assemblyman Will Barclay presented Dr. Ronald Uva of Oswego Health with an Assembly Resolution April 19 at Oswego Hospital. Dr. Uva recently received the Distinguished Service Award from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. The Assembly Resolution commemorates that award as well as his 30 plus years as an obstetrician and gynecologist.
This past weekend marked the first of two Maple Weekends in Upstate New York. These are the two weekends when sap is running strongest and sugarhouses all over Oswego, Oneida, Jefferson, and Lewis counties will open their doors to the public.
Inside, visit Maple Hill Farms in Hannibal and see a gallery of photos.
And from our archives, visit the county’s two other maple farms: Maple Hollow Farm in Hannibal, which we visited in 2010, and Red Schoolhouse Maple in Palermo, which we visited last year.
Fire tore through a Fulton machine shop Saturday night, destroying the business.
The fire at Pathfinder Industries, at 117 N. Third St., was reported to 911 just before 10:00 p.m.
INSIDE: A full gallery of photos from the fire, by contributing photographer Rick Grosvent.
Six elementary school students, five from Kingsford Park and one from the Oswego Community Christian School, were transported by Oswego City and Menter ambulances as the result of a school bus-pick up truck accident early Monday morning.
Pedro Lugo stopped along Route 3 to do a good deed. A car was disabled along the side of the road and Lugo stopped to help. He completed one task, then decided to circle his car around to take care of the rest.
Seconds later, his SUV was smashed broadside by a tractor-trailer.
The full story, more photos and a map, inside.