We came out very hard vs. hosting Auburn on Thursday. We played them a few days before and for the first 20 minutes of the game we were not far behind them. We were matching them in shots and defensively keeping pace with them. The second half we did not take care of the ball offensively as much as we needed to.
To all our readers: We have tried unsuccessfully to obtain Fulton Police Depts. arrest activity logs. We have reached out to the Fulton Chief of Police, Orlo Green, and so far he has not responded. […]
Oswego County Head Start/Pre-K program is pleased to announce a second opportunity to complete an application to determine eligibility for the school year 2018-19. Families may apply for enrollment by attending “Application Days” being held in May.
The Pulaski Historical Society continues with this year’s series of Brown Bag Lunches on May 9, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. You are invited to bring your lunch (or pick up some take-out at a local eatery) and come join us in the Carriage House.
New York Sea Grant partnered with Dr. Scott Steinschneider and Dr. Richard Stedman at Cornell University to develop and implement the 2017 high water level impact survey to document the parcel-level impacts of the event on waterfront properties, identify areas most vulnerable to future flooding and verify existing flood-risk modeling.
During a public meeting, acting-president Mary Kay Stone will present a brief annual report of the projects, events and accomplishments of the year.
Immediately following will be a special keynote presentation by local author Ann Callaghan Allen titled “The Extraordinary Life and Tragic Death of Madame Malvina Guimaraes.”
The Oswego County Office for the Aging will present “Medicare 101,” a free informational seminar about Medicare benefits, at the Nick Sterio Public Health Training Room, 70 Bunner St., Oswego, from 10 a.m. to noon May 10. The seminar is an overview of Medicare for current and new Medicare recipients.