The Oswego Public Library used grant funding to purchase new video conferencing equipment for its Public Computing Center. Adding video conferencing equipment to the center for training and education will help to stimulate employment and job opportunities, according to the facility’s director.
For Lauren Daniels it truly was a beautiful day. She had just premiered her very first video project to a room full of people who were moved at what they saw.
We’ve got the entire video of Tuesday’s news conference by State Police and the Oswego County District Attorney’s office, announcing the arrest of Alan Jones for killing 11 year old Erin Maxwell in their home in Palermo.Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â Erin’s father and stepmother were also arrested, accused of endangering the welfare of a minor.
Fulton police say 40-year-old Michael Engel of Fulton installed a surveillance camera inside a bathroom exhaust vent to record several young women, primarily in their teens, in various stages of undress without their knowledge or consent. Engel has been charged with nine separate crimes, which include endangering the welfare of a child and forcible touching. Police say more charges are expected as the investigation continues with the help of the Oswego County SheriffÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s Office and the FBI.
The Family Video Store has received a green light on a zone change request from the city of Fulton that clears one hurdle for its business plans for the corners of West First and Broadway. The decision on a second hurdle needed for the plan is up in the air.
With the first serious buyer on the line, Jan Mileskey said he is hopeful that business plans for the former First Congregational United Church of Christ property will more forward. Even if the sale to Family Video Store falls through, Mileskey stressed that there are no guarantees that the church will be maintained as part of the Fulton community once the property is turned over to the state UCC conference.