The Cayuga Community College Fulton Campus will close at 11 a.m. today (January 22) due to poor weather conditions. At this point only daytime classes, activities, and events are cancelled.
Road conditions throughout Oswego County are extremely hazardous due to heavy snow and wind conditions. The Oswego County Sheriff’s Office and Oswego County Highway Superintendent urge people to avoid traveling in the northeast portion of the county. Visibility conditions are very poor and highway crews are having a difficult time keeping up with the amount(…)
by Carol Thompson There has been an upswing of the number of women committing crimes in Oswego County and some of those crimes are of a more serious nature. Oswego County Sheriff Reuel “Moe” Todd said Wednesday that the Public Safety Center jail is currently housing 15 female inmates and that six to eight have(…)
by Carol Thompson The Oswego County Legislature’s standing committee seats have been named for 2013. The structure of some committees has been changed. The newly created Government, Courts and Consumer Affairs Committee has jurisdiction over the Board of Elections, Legislature Clerk, County Attorney, County Clerk, County Legislature, Real Property and Weights and Measures. The chairman(…)
by Andrew Henderson The late Jack Walsh, Fulton’s beloved Irish singer and a long time city clerk, will be remembered and honored next week with a plaque at city hall. Walsh, who was city clerk from 1958 to 1985, died in June of last year at the age of 85. Walsh, who is known for(…)
by Nicole Reitz There may be hope for the former Birds Eye plant in Fulton after all. A company temporarily named 607 Philip Street Acquisition LLC, closed last Thursday on the former Birds Eye plant. According to Fulton Mayor Ron Woodward, the selling price of the 287,000 square foot facility and surrounding 20 acres of(…)
by Carol Thompson “What is it?” Oswego County Sheriff Reuel “Moe” Todd asked when how he felt about the new gun control legislation signed by Governor Andrew Cuomo just after 5 p.m. Tuesday. Todd, as with other sheriffs around the state, are baffled by the vagueness of the law and what it will mean for(…)
by Andrew Henderson Local state representatives blasted the gun-control legislation that was adopted by the state legislature and signed by Governor Andrew Cuomo this week. The legislation, which was hastily approved by both houses without any input from the public, infringes on residents’ Constitutional right to bear arms, Oswego County’s state representatives said. The New(…)