Oswego County Habitat for Humanity is currently renovating both the interior and exterior of a home in the city of Oswego, and is receiving assistance from students at the Center for Instruction, Technology and Innovation.
Since the beginning of the school year, the Auto Body Repair and Auto Technology programs at CiTi have been diligently working to bring life back into a rundown car, with the intent of transforming the vehicle into a replica police car.
Leighon Home & School Association hosts the event each fall “to promote literacy and a love of reading in our students as reading is an integral part of educational success. The more our children read or are read to – the more success they will have in school!”
Kynlee Paige Wood, age five, Mexico, won the first group and received a huge Halloween bear and a wagon of toys. Nevaeh McRae, age nine, Oswego, had the winning entry in the second age group and she received a $25 VISA gift card.
Scott DelConte is a partner of law firm Bond, Schoeneck & King with nearly twenty years experience in the Supreme Court. Scott DelConte is fiercely independent. He demands that partisan politics has no place in our courts. Scott DelConte demands that court decisions be based on facts and law not political party.
Central New York residents are encouraged to pay their respects to a deceased Korean War veteran whose remains are being returned to Fulton on Tuesday, Nov. 1. Cpl. Joseph Trepasso of Fulton is being re-patriated back home after being identified as a casualty of the Korean War.
Oswego County will partner with the American Red Cross to host a community blood drive in honor of former Legislator Douglas Malone. The event runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Monday, November 7, at the Oswego County Legislature Office Building, fourth floor, 46 E. Bridge St.