On Sunday (May 1), at approximately 5:33 p.m., State Police in Fulton responded to a hit-and-run motor vehicle accident on County Route 8 in the town of Granby. Investigation at the scene revealed a tan minivan traveling northbound on County Route 8 crossed the center line, side-swiping a vehicle traveling southbound.
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The Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office released the name of the victim who was killed in Friday’s logging accident in the town of Lysander. Deputies identified the victim as 55-year-old Scott Freeman of Hannibal.
During the tour, participants will have the opportunity to experience the corridor from a unique perspective and gain a better understanding of existing challenges and future opportunities. The bus tour is scheduled for May 11 from 2:30 – 4 p.m. The tour will leave from the Lowe’s parking lot.
The Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office investigated a logging accident that occurred today (April 29) off Prine Road in the town of Lysander that claimed the life of a 55-year-old man. At approximately 3:10 p.m., sheriff’s deputies along with emergency medical personnel responded to 9171 Prine Road for a reported logging accident.
Mayor Billy Barlow announced today (April 29) that the new city of Oswego website went live and is up and running. The website focuses on providing a more business friendly destination, promoting Oswego’s natural resources and highlighting Oswego’s history in a friendly and easy to navigate page layout.
The city of Oswego Department of Planning and Zoning will host a public workshop to obtain input from city residents, business owners, and the greater community related to the preparation of the Route 104 Streetscape Revitalization Project.
Oswego Fire Department personnel responded to 158 W. Seneca St. at 10:39 a.m. today (April 29) to a reported vehicle
fire in close proximity to structures. According to witnesses on the scene, a neighbor noticed smoke coming from the garage, raised the door, and found the vehicle with smoke coming from under the hood.
Members of the Child Advocacy Center’s Multi-Disciplinary Team were recently recognized at the agency’s annual meeting for their extraordinary investigative efforts. Over the past year the CAC served 456 children, provided 3,111 therapy sessions, and forensically investigated more than 140 cases.
At its meeting Monday night, the Common Council authorized a public hearing regarding proposed Local Law No. 3 of the Year 2016 – A Local Law Amending Chapter 176, Pawnbrokers, of the Code of the City of Oswego. The public hearing will be held at 7:10 p.m. May 9 in the Council Chamber at City Hall, 13 W. Oneida St.