Deputies arrested Timothy R. Moss, 29, of 414 Oneida St., Fulton, at 6:20 p.m. on Wednesday (November 14). He was charged with three counts of Criminal Possession of Stolen Property (credit card), 4th degree, a class E felony; Forgery, 2nd degree, a class D felony and Grand Larceny, 4th degree, a class E felony. The arrest stems from the investigation into four separate incidents that occurred in the town of Scriba, city of Oswego and city of Fulton. […]
Eusebio Omar van Reenen — then the Student Association’s director of diversity and inclusion and now the SA president — asked last fall about reducing plastics in the dining halls, and President Stanley decided on the spot to form a group to study and make recommendations. […]
A public hearing allowed a change to city code to permit the expansion of a Fulton based taxi company. By amending the city code chapter entitled “Zoning,” city officials have opted to add taxi cab companies as permissible properties zoned commercial or manufacturing. […]
Mayor Billy Barlow announced a public information session on Thursday, November 15, 3 to 5 p.m. in the Council Chambers at Oswego City Hall to unveil details on the Downtown Design Standards. The public will learn how the design standards guide new development and redevelopment in downtown Oswego, and how it relates to the Oswego Code updates. […]
Mayor Billy Barlow announced today (November 13) the signing of a Fiscal Sponsorship Agreement with the Victor Orlando Woolson Foundation to provide funding assistance for the city-sponsored Drug Abuse Resistance Education Program. […]
It’s Southern politics, but with an Upstate New York flavor. A huge dose of Oswego common sense will take a seat in the North Carolina Senate on Jan. 1, 2019. Port City native Robert Steinburg is the senator-elect for the largest senate district in North Carolina. […]
On the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month in 1918, a single gunshot signified the closing shot of the war after Germany and World War I allies signed the armistice that ended World War I. Now, 100 years later, the city of Fulton came together to recognize all United States veterans.