State and local primary elections were held across New York State today (Sept 13.) The unofficial results for Oswego County voters are as follows:
UPDATE: The Oswego County Sheriff’s Office has identified the second victim of an assault/homicide case in West Monroe on September 10. The second victim of the assault is 59-year-old Michael Shane of 451 County Route 11, West Monroe. Oswego County Undersheriff Eugene Sullivan said Matthew R. LeBoeuf, 33, charged with mudering Robert Diffin, 42, and leaving a second victim in critical condition did know the victims. Deputies are investigating to determine the capacity of their relationship.
Republican Gene Sullivan has been unanimously endorsed for Oswego County Sheriff by the Central and Northern NY Building Trades Council.
The “Make It Happen 20k Race Series” combines the traditional 5k races of the Oswego County Autism Task Force, Oswego Little League, Oswego Health Foundation, and the Buc Boosters, into a new 20k series.
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Oswego County has seen rain and wind throughout the weekend and into Monday with Oswego County under a Flood Warning, High Wind Warning, and Lakeshore Flood Warning, each expiring at different times throughout the day. Oswego County 911 dispatch has been inundated with calls of fallen trees and limbs and downed power lines throughout the county. Stay informed on current weather alerts with National Weather Service and as always, be safe in dangerous weather conditions.
A Mayoral Proclamation has recognized October 2017 as Domestic Violence Awareness Month in the City of Fulton, recognizing the 30th anniversary of a nationwide effort born from victim service providers and survivors to raise awareness of the epidemic of domestic violence. Members of SAF, Oswego County’s domestic violence and rape crisis center were present at a recent meeting of the Fulton Common Council to accept the proclamation. Oswego County Opportunities (OCO) Services to Aid Families (SAF) has provided crisis, supportive, advocacy, and educational services throughout Oswego County for 30 years. SAF served nearly 550 survivors and answered more than 2,300 calls on its Crisis Hotline in 2016, however, crimes of domestic and sexual violence remain vastly underreported, the proclamation detailed.
Voters took to their respective polling places Tuesday (September 12) to cast their ballot for which candidates will appear as the primary runner for their party in November’s general election. Polls closed at 9 p.m. and the unofficial results have been tallied. Read the full article for all Oswego County results.
While National Prescription Take-Back Day (April 29) serves as a pressing reminder, the MedSafe medication disposal service in Phoenix operates daily to lessen the availability of unused prescription medications. It serves to allow Phoenix and neighboring community residents the opportunity to safely and anonymously deposit any unused prescription medication at any time for safe disposal.
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I – Pulaski) sat with a room full of constituents on Wednesday (April 19) to field any questions and address any concerns as part of the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce “Meet the Officials” roundtable series.
Two separate garage fires reported in Oswego County on Sunday (April 9) resulted in total losses after multiple departments responded to assist in battling the blazes.