Demolition remains ongoing at the former Nestles property in Fulton, specifically targeting the more than two-acre corner lot promised to global supermarket chain, ALDI. Fulton Mayor Ronald Woodward Sr. said that Aldi is still interested in the site and demolition remains ongoing through the winter to the best that weather conditions allow. An Aldi representative recently confirmed this information to Oswego County Today.
On January 29, State Police responded to State Route 264 in the town of Schroeppel for a report of a two-car property damage motor vehicle accident. While Troopers were responding to the scene, 911 reported one of the driver’s involved, Kellan J. Meade, fled the scene on foot.
Pathfinder Bancorp, Inc. (“Company”) (NASDAQ: PBHC), the holding company for Pathfinder Bank (“Bank”), announced fourth quarter 2016 net income available to common shareholders of $959,000, compared to $747,000 for the fourth quarter of 2015.
The study conducted by Student Loan Report, a publication moderated by journalist Drew Cloud that tracks the academic lending industry, ranked Oswego No. 5 statewide in total compensation — $3.3 million paid to 1,588 part-time student workers at the college in 2015-16. The study was based on college- and university-reported financial aid data licensed from Peterson’s, a higher education publishing and research organization.
This action is simply un-Christian and un-American. We cannot tolerate racial and religious injustice. We must stand with our refugees. Yes, screen vigilantly as we have, but never abandon our commitment to help others seek peace and freedom.
Many people have been asking how the Fulton Block Challenge Grants will work and what they can do to help. Since it is just over a month before the eligible blocks will be announced (March 1, 2017), there are things you can be doing today to get ready.
The 2017 New York State Maple Weekends brochure for Jefferson, Lewis, Oneida and Oswego counties is now available online at www.mapleweekend.com with information on individual participating sugarhouses, pancake breakfasts, Sap Run, Maple Trail app, recipes, coloring pages, and more.
On January 28, 2017, the Oswego County Fire Service lost a brother firefighter who exemplified the “Volunteer Firefighter.” Al Heath, better known as “Haz Mat Al,” passed away this past Saturday after a yearlong battle with cancer. Al’s career in the fire service started when he joined the US Navy in 1970 – 1976, serving as a Damage Control Specialist and later as a Damage Control Instructor.