According to the National Weather Service, as of 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday (March 15) Fulton had recorded 24 inches of snowfall. Here we feature a photo gallery of your submitted photos showing the aftermath of Winter Storm Stella.
The deadline to submit an intent to propose for the countywide grant opportunity under the Municipal Consolidation and Efficiency Competition has come and gone without a submission from Oswego County.
The Fulton Common Council heard of a grant opportunity for Oswego County that could potentially involve a feasibility study focused on the option to dissolve the city of Fulton.
By now you’re all aware, Donald Trump has won the historic 2016 presidential race to become the United States’ new president-elect. While the 45th President of the United States was a very publicized and some would say “entertaining” race, there were many other seats in United States government up for grabs including federal, state and local races. So, what happened in New York State and even more specifically, Oswego County?
Recently, Catholic Charities of Oswego County held its annual board meeting and an appreciation reception for its employees.
Oswego attorney Scott DelConte has announced his candidacy for the open Oswego County seat on the New York State Supreme Court, Fifth Judicial District, which includes Onondaga, Oswego, Herkimer, Oneida, Jefferson and Lewis counties. “I believe my professional and life experiences, proven independence and personal values make me well qualified to serve as a State Supreme Court Justice,” DelConte said.
Quirk’s Players, the drama club from Fulton’s G. Ray Bodley High School, will perform selected works of William Shakespeare at 5:30 p.m., at the June 30 Oswego Farmers’ Market, courtesy of the Literacy Coalition of Oswego County.
Dr. Christopher DeLaney has joined Trust Pediatrics, 63 S. First St., it was announced by Dr. Stuart Trust.
Catholic Charities of Oswego County’s “Great Tastings,” has added Man in the Moon Candies and Kathy’s Cakes and Specialty Treats as food vendors for the event, 2 – 5 p.m. May 1 at the Lake Ontario Conference Center, Oswego.
Following the discovery of seven rabid skunks in the city of Watertown and recent cases of potential human exposure in St. Lawrence and Oswego counties, State Senator Patty Ritchie announced the addition of $875,000 in new funding in the Senate’s budget plan to fight and prevent the deadly disease. “We did see rabies activities earlier this year than in past years and attributed it to unusually warm winter that kept many wild animal active,” said Jiancheng Huang, Oswego County Public Health Director.