LAKE PLACID, N.Y. – The Oswego State men’s ice hockey team (25-5-0) nearly overcame a two-goal deficit in the third period, but came up short in the end as the Lakers lost to UW-Eau Claire (24-5-2), 5-3, in the NCAA Division III Men’s Ice Hockey National Championship Saturday night at Herb Brooks Arena. Bobby Gertsakis
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The woman murdered in what State Police call an apparently random attack worked for 14 years as a librarian in the Oswego City School District. District Clerk Bill Foley said Lori Bresnahan was beloved. “She loved being a librarian, she loved the kids,” he said.
Her alleged killer also has ties to Oswego.
Unemployment in Oswego County touched a 23 year high in January as joblessness staged its seasonal surge across Upstate New York.
Keeping everything in place in the Fulton City School District for next year will cost about $3.1 million more than this year. The trick is in filling that gap. Fulton’s Board of Education reviewed the first draft of the budget that will be voted on by taxpayers May 21. The goal, said Superintendent Bill Lynch,
Fulton’s Valley News suffered layoffs but will remain open as the company that owns the newspaper shut down all of its other weekly publications Monday. Scotsman Media Group of Syracuse announced that the final editions of all of its Pennysavers were published last week. The company had published more than a dozen Pennysavers, which featured
Fire tore through a Fulton machine shop Saturday night, destroying the business.
The fire at Pathfinder Industries, at 117 N. Third St., was reported to 911 just before 10:00 p.m.
INSIDE: A full gallery of photos from the fire, by contributing photographer Rick Grosvent.
Quirk’s Players of G. Ray Bodley High School will present the classic Broadway musical Hello, Dolly!. Performances are scheduled for March 7, 8 and 9 in the Bodley H.S. Auditorium.
Curtain time is set for 7:30 each evening.
Click inside for a photo gallery of tonight’s performers.
Math teachers at G. Ray Bodley High School want to create a new course, one that they hope will entice more students to take a fourth year of math. Teacher Penny Downing outlined for the Board of Education this week a request to create a course on statistics. The course would become an option for
More than 60 people filled the room at the village hall for the public hearing on the March vote to keep or shut down the department. They heard Mayor Karl Hax say that the department needs a second full-time officer in order to be effective and to raise the hourly rate of part-time deputies in order to attract and keep them.
Three Oswego County residents are among 9 people who have admitted taking part in a ring that cashed stolen and altered checks. The United States Attorney’s Office announced the guilty pleas of: Wallik Ryer, 37, of Oswego; Diana Sacco, 29, of Fulton, and; Charles Koflan, 55, of Pennelville. The ring stole more than $140,000 in