According to the resolution: “Hospitals, health agencies and poison control centers are experiencing increased emergency room cases, illnesses, deaths and reports linked to the use and abuse of these substances by children and adults.”
While most people know what the yellow ribbon and the pink ribbon represent, Karrie Damm, executive director of the Child Advocacy Center of Oswego County, wants the community to be just as familiar with the blue ribbon and what it represents.
When Christine Prevost of Oswego County Opportunities, Inc. wanted to reach out to her fellow employees and enlighten them regarding the many wellness related programs that are available to them she knew just where to turn.
An underutilized facility at the former Miller Brewery in Volney could help boost economic development in the region. “They have an asset right now that is an underutilized wastewater treatment plant that is actually large enough to serve a city with a population of 350,000 people. It’s a real shame to have an asset like that sit unused,” proponents of the project said.
ONEIDA NATION HOMELANDS—The economy leads the news most days–from high unemployment in this country to companies sending operations and jobs overseas to the ongoing debt crisis. Here in Central New York there are several employers […]