Submitted by Oswego County BOCES Months of dedicated efforts among the Hannibal Central School District’s technology department, administrators and staff have culminated with the successful launch of a new website. The site, which can still be found at www.hannibalcsd.org, experienced a significant overhaul and was unveiled recently. It addresses some of the flaws that users(…)
Submitted by Oswego County BOCES Students in the Hannibal Central School District are not the only ones who are subject to testing, as the Food Service Department recently passed its semiannual inspection. The department, under the leadership of manager Debbie Richardson, receives a full examination from the Oswego County Health Department twice a year. Each(…)
Submitted by Oswego County BOCES Fairley Elementary School transformed into a massive health fair on March 3 as dozens of local health care agencies, businesses and organizations set up shop in the gymnasium for the first-ever Healthy Family Night. The event was a huge collaborative effort and a significant undertaking, according to organizer and school(…)
Submitted by Oswego County BOCES At Hannibal’s Dennis M. Kenney Middle School, student achievement has soared this school year while disciplinary referrals have plummeted, creating a cause for celebration among faculty and pupils alike. During a recent school board meeting, DMK Principal Dee Froio, DMK counselor Meg Jaworski and school psychologist Meredith Furlong discussed the(…)
By Debra J. Groom April 3, 1994. It’s Easter Sunday. People in Oswego County are getting ready to celebrate this holiest of days on the Christian calendar. It’s about 7:30 a.m. In New Haven, Town Justice Russell Sturtz is getting ready for church. Ditto Historian Marie Strong. Over in Oswego, Undersheriff Reuel Todd is helping(…)
John Spotswood of Oswego recently celebrated his 50th birthday with the usual flurry of phone calls and cards from family and friends. He also got three scratch-off New York Lottery tickets from his sister. The first one won him $25, he said. The second — zilch. The third was the charm. It was worth $1 million.(…)
The New York Lottery’s Yolanda Vega will present an over-sized prize check to an Oswego man who won $1 million on a scratch-off ticket he received in a birthday card. The presentation will be at 2:30 p.m. March 25 at the KTM Mini Mart on County Route 1, Oswego.