OSWEGO – Despite a few “bumps” here and there everything went rather well for the 29th edition of Harborfest, according to Pete Myles, executive director. “We had some real good crowds and there were no […]
We featured Merle back in April, but he is still stuck being just an “office” cat. He is very good at that. He is totally in charge of all business operations, goes from lap to lap and computer to computer making sure that his directions are followed and that he gets the respect and attention (and kisses) he deserves.
On Saturday night (July 30), members of the Oswego County Sheriff’s Office were sent to the Oswego hospital emergency room where a man was reporting that he was the victim of a robbery involving a firearm and that he had been possibly shot in the head.
The Oswego Fire Department was dispatched to a reported structure fire with trapped occupants at 8:16 a.m. today (July 31). Upon arrival, OFD command reported heavy fire conditions in the front of the two-story multiple-occupancy and confirmed victims in a second story window. Two young children, an adult and two dogs were rescued.
A great weather night and a pit full of cars made for a exciting racing Saturday at the Fulton Speedway. The big winners on Ehrlich Pest Control night were, Tom Sears Jr. (Big Block Modified) Ron Davis III (Sportsman) Chris Fleming (Late Models) Joey Buonagurio & Brandon Carvey (Novice Sportsman) Quinn Wallis (4-Cyl) Joe Isabell (Mod Lites).
Lt. General Robert E. Lee issued what is known today as General Order No. 9, sometimes referred to as his farewell address to the Army of Northern Virginia, on April 10, 1865. Lee declared that, “After four years of arduous service marked by unsurpassed courage and fortitude, the Army of Northern Virginia has been compelled to yield to overwhelming numbers and resources.”