After more than a decade on the Oswego County Legislature, current chairman Russ Johnson was defeated Tuesday by a first-time challenger. Political newcomer Louella LeClair defeated Johnson at the polls Tuesday almost 2 to 1, securing 500 votes to JohnsonÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s 253 in the race for the 25th Legislative District. […]
With the election results in hand, Republicans in the city of Fulton had much to celebrate Tuesday evening. With an overwhelming margin of voter support, Ron Woodward will return to the helm of city hall in 2008, accompanied by five Republican aldermen. Longtime incumbent Robert Weston returns, too, becoming the Fulton Common CouncilÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s lone Democrat once again. […]
By a 4-3 vote the board approves a five-year deal with the Oswego Classroom Teachers’ Association, which includes a 4% raise each year. The three opponents say they voted no because they didn’t have all their questions regarding the pact answered. […]
According to Tuesday’s unofficial vote, only one Democrat has survived on the Oswego Common Council. And, even if absentee votes save another incumbent Democrat, theRepublicans would still have a 5-2 majority. AS of right now – only the First Ward remains Democrat. […]
NOTE: Refresh the page every 15 minutes or so to get the latest. Ed Williamson’s your new town supervisor in Granby. He beat incumbent Kathy Duncan. Looking for other surprises? There aren’t many. “The Republican […]
New York State Police in North Syracuse have arrested a Pennellville contractor for allegedly failing to complete a job he was hired to do at a Manlius residence or returning the money for the job. David E. Bourlier, 53, from the company Arrowhead Garage Builders, 751 county Route 10, Pennellville, now faces a third-degree grand larceny charge. […]
Polls are open this morning for the 2007 General Election. By 9 p.m., voting results will start to show who will hold positions in top seats at city hall. At the close of polls this evening, Fulton Daily News will begin updating election results as they become available. […]
The Fulton mayor says he is angry about the state Department of HealthÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s decision to close inpatient beds and the emergency department at A.L. Lee Memorial Hospital. His fingers are pointing straight to the top of the state’s chain of command.
- To read Lee Memorial’s announcement, click HERE.
- To read about what the hospital is doing now, click HERE.