Dear Readers, Well, #GivingTuesday has come and gone and we let it go by without a lot of Hoo! Ha!, because, quite frankly, we thought, why should we harangue all you good people about giving on one day of the year when you all do so much all year long. But . . . in(…)
We here at The Valley News love receiving news items and photographs sent to us to place in the newspaper. As devout readers know, we fill the paper twice a week with lots of school news, events and happenings from area nonprofit agencies, business news, city and county government news, church happenings, sports and senior(…)
Tickets are still available for the Syracuse Symphoria Holiday Pops Concert scheduled for 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 15. Oswego Health is sponsoring the concert, which will be held in the Oswego High School auditorium. Members of the community will be able to enjoy the sounds of the holiday with their family and friends at the(…)
Linda Daley is the new vice president for human resources at Oswego Health. Daley arrives at Oswego Health with more than 15 years of human resources experience, the last six in the healthcare field. She most recently served as the director of compensation and benefits at the Albany Medical Center, which has some 8,000 employees.(…)
David A. Smith, 61, of Oswego, died Saturday Dec. 7 at his home. David was born in Syracuse, the son of the late Merritt and Thelma (Corsette) Smith, and he was a resident of Fulton before moving to Oswego 30 years ago. He was a former employee of the Fulton school district where he worked(…)
Bishop’s Common enriched Living Residence is Oswego is having a holiday open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Dec. 15. The event is free and open to the public. “The Holiday Open House will welcome back everyone’s favorite entertainer, Phil Markert for another great musical performance,” said Karen Murray, executive director. “Phil’s energy and enthusiasm(…)
The Oswego County Legislature adopted the 2014 county budget Thursday night by a vote of 17 to 8. Three Republican legislators joined the five Democrats in voting against the spending plan. Those voting ‘no’ were Michael Kunzwiler, Amy Tresidder and Jacob Mulcahey, Democrats from Oswego; Douglas Malone, D-Oswego Town; Daniel Farfaglia, D-Fulton; Margaret Kastler, R-Lacona;(…)
The Oswego City Police Department reports it is currently investigating a possible meth lab at 98 E. Cayuga St. Oswego. The police and fire departments are currently on scene investigating. East Cayuga Street between East Eighth Street and East Ninth Street will be closed until further notice. Further information will be released as it develops.