The 23rd annual Severe Hazards Awareness Week will be observed in Oswego County and throughout New York State May 1 through 7. As part of its educational campaign, Oswego County Emergency Management Director Patricia Egan reminds local residents of the precautions they should take when hazardous weather conditions are predicted.
Despite recent gains in infant immunization coverage, more than 20 percent of the country’s two-year-old children are not fully immunized against infectious diseases, many of which they are especially vulnerable to.
To increase awareness of childhood lead poisoning prevention, the Oswego County Health Department is participating in National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week Oct. 19 to 25, along with CDC, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
It was a memorable spirit week at the Oswego High School and for many students it was their best homecoming weekend.
Due to the combined efforts of the Oswego High School Junior Class, the Buc Boosters and Athletic Director Scott Sugar this yearÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s homecoming will be a week-long celebration that will kick off on Oct. 5 and winds down with the presentation of the court at the dance on Oct. 10.
In recognition of National Fire Prevention Week Oct. 5 through 11, Oswego County Fire Coordinator John Hinds reminds everyone to take common-sense precautions to minimize the risk in their homes.
Congress and the president of the United States have designated today as Peace Officers Memorial Day. In Fulton, Mayor Ronald Woodward has officially designated this week as Police Week in the city. A mayoral proclamation was read into the official minutes of the Fulton Common Council meeting this past week.