Oswego County Habitat for Humanity has begun a new initiative to help low-income homeowners with necessary home repairs and increase the curb appeal of their property. Continue reading
Oswego County residents continued to “fight the bite” June 14 by disposing of nearly 4,000 waste tires at a tire disposal event.
State Sen. Patty Ritchie, R-Oswegatchie, said the recent event was the second of two made possible through $275,000 in the new state budget that she helped secure. Continue reading
We know that sometimes this seems like the “party pooper” column.
We are always carrying on about human holidays and the potential dangers for pets — Christmas, Halloween, Easter — you name it. We grouse about it.
Well, here we go again. Continue reading
In today’s Valley Viewpoints, a family thanks fellow diners for their help and Len Spano defends BOCES for “at risk” students. Continue reading
By state Sen. Patricia Ritchie
For college seniors across the country, the month of June means pomp and circumstance, caps in the air and lots of celebrating.
However, as graduates experience the excitement surrounding the next chapter of their lives, for many, the high cost of higher education looms large in the distance. Continue reading
By state Assemblyman Will Barclay
Unfortunately, our office often hears firsthand accounts from local residents who have been scammed.
I wanted to let people know of common scams local residents have experienced recently and how to avoid scams and identity theft. Continue reading
Dyshon L. Bryant, 24, of Onondaga Ave., Syracuse, was charged with four county of criminal possession of stolen property, a felony, and false personation, a misdemeanor, after he was found to possess firearms that had been taken from a Hannibal residence and providing a fake name when identifying himself to police. Continue reading