Today’s News: Check out our preview of Friday’s basketball playoff doubleheader and more in today’s edition.
Today’s News: The regular season ends for a pair of Raider teams, a pair of editorials and more are in today’s edition of RaiderNet Daily.
Today’s News: Chinese New Year, and a plea for some winter recognition are in today’s edition of RaiderNet Daily.
The Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce, together with the Office of Fulton Mayor Ron Woodward, today (Feb. 8) announced that it will host monthly economic development meetings with the Fulton business community. Mayor Woodward and members of the Common Council will join the group for the first meeting in Fulton on February 18.
A Huntley Hearing held Feb 2 has provided testimony in the case of a Fulton doctor accused of raping a patient in March of 2015. Dilip K. Roy, 51, was arrested on May 5, 2015 and eventually charged with two counts of rape in the third degree, a class E felony, after a patient reported in April that she was subjected to unwanted sexual intercourse during an office visit in March. The 25-year-old patient testified at the hearing in front of Oswego County Court Judge, Donald Todd as well as prosecutor Allison O’Neill and defense attorney Jack Conners.
Today’s News: The wrestling dynasty continues, a Division I signing and more are in today’s edition of RaiderNet Daily.
State Police in Hastings are investigating a larceny of a 1998 Jeep Wrangler from the Auto Plus business parking lot located at 11 Enterprise Avenue in the town of Hastings. The vehicle was reportedly taken on Saturday January 16, at approximately 10:30 p.m.
Today’s News: FBLA is headed to the district competition and lots of entertainment news are in today’s edition of RaiderNet Daily.
Today’s News: The start of a new semester, Super Bowl predictions and a report on the Iowa Caucus are in today’s edition of RaiderNet Daily.
Executive Director of Instruction and Assessment for Fulton City School District, Elizabeth Conners recently broke down the graduation rates for students in the district noting both areas of excellence as well as areas of concern. At the most recent regular board of education meeting held Jan. 26, Conners presented an overview of the graduation rates for the most three most recent graduation cohorts including students who entered high school as freshmen in 2009, 2010 and 2011 and subsequently graduated in four years in 2013, 2014 and 2015. During these years, the graduation rates have differed widely with the most recent graduating class of 2015 reaching a 69-70% graduation rate.