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July 22, 2018

Oswego Daily News

Mary Gosek Day Set In Oswego

Peaceful Remedies founder Mary Gosek passed away in 2016, after a five-year battle with Ovarian Cancer. In recognition of Mary’s selflessness and the effort she put into helping others, Mayor William Barlow proclaimed July 30 to be Mary E. Gosek Day in Oswego.

Sharkey Announces Candidacy For Sheriff

James R. Sharkey announces his candidacy for the administrative position of Oswego County Sheriff in the upcoming election on November 6. As a local business owner and lifelong resident of Oswego County, his interests are, and always have been, with the working men and women of this county.

Fox Attacks Dog in Albion; Health Department Warns Residents of Rabid Fox

The Oswego County Health Department announced today (July 20), that a gray fox captured in the town of Albion along Albion Cross Road has tested positive for rabies. The animal approached a dog on a porch and attacked on Saturday, July 14. Two people were also involved and are currently being treated. The dog is up-to-date on his rabies vaccinations and received a booster shot.

NYS Fair Seeks Couple Who Wants to Get Married at The Fair…On Ice!

Here comes the bride…on skates! The Great New York State Fair is launching a contest to find a couple who would like to get married at the 2018 Fair. While there have been engagements and weddings on the Ferris Wheel and at various other places on the Fairgrounds, it’s certain there’s never been anything like this: A wedding on ice.

A banner over the county seal recognizes Oswego County's 200th anniversary.

Drones To Fly Over Oswego County

The Northeast USA Airspace Integration Research Alliance is in the process of building an air corridor to assist in testing unmanned aircraft. The Oswego County Airport is now part of that research corridor, which includes Hancock International Airport in Syracuse and Griffiss International Airport in Rome.

Committee OKs Mayor’s Homeless Proposal

At its meeting Monday night, the Administrative Services Committee approved the mayor’s request for a $25,000 budget amendment. The funds will be used to contract with Oswego County Opportunities to perform street canvassing throughout the city of Oswego from August 1 to December 31 in an effort to combat homelessness in the Oswego community. The full council will now consider the matter at its next meeting.


Syracuse Man Arrested On Sex Abuse Charges

On July 10, State Police arrested Mitchell Pallone, 33, of Syracuse, for Forcible Touching (A – misdemeanor), Sex Abuse 2nd degree (A – misdemeanor) and Endangering the Welfare of a Child (A -misdemeanor). Pallone is accused of having forcible sexual contact with a girl less than 14 years old on July 8 in the town of Richland.

Professor Juliet Giglio checks with SUNY Oswego senior Mic-Anthony Hay about the next scene. In the background are Riki Giglio and David Levi.

Documentary Preserves Cousins’ Memories Of Oswego’s Safe Haven

A SUNY Oswego faculty member, Juliet Aires Giglio wants to share a piece of her family’s history with the world. The story has international appeal. The subjects of the story are Rikica Giglio, 81 (formerly Rikica Levi) and David Levi, 81 (first cousin to Rikica and her sister, Ella Levi, 73, who was born at the Fort Ontario Safe Haven site March 12, 1945). The stories the Levis tell are personal for Giglio — Rikica Levi is her husband’s mother; David, his cousin once removed. “If Safe Haven had not been available for the Levis, my husband (Keith Giglio) would not be here,” Giglio told Oswego County Today.

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