Pulaski and Oswego high school marching bands are receiving state money obtained through the help of state Sen. Patty Ritchie. Continue reading
Kathleen Allen and Lynda Sereno were elected as the Oswego school district school board president and vice president during the annual reorganizational meeting Tuesday, July 1 at the Education Center.
Thomas DeCastro and Allen were both nominated for the president’s position and Allen will serve for the second consecutive year in that capacity as the result of a 4-3 vote. Continue reading
Submitted by Oswego County BOCES
Students enrolled in the Public Safety and Justice program at Oswego County BOCES received a hands-on lesson recently as they performed a vehicle extrication in the parking lot on campus. Continue reading
By Ashley M. Casey
A severe storm Tuesday evening caused power outages and damages throughout Oswego County, including the destruction of the projection screen at the Midway Drive-In Theatre in Minetto.
National Grid estimated nearly 10,000 people lost power in Oswego County Tuesday night. As of Wednesday morning, almost 7,000 people were still waiting for their electricity to come back on. Volney customers were hit the hardest with 1,568 still without power Wednesday.
Several innovative programs have helped Oswego Hospital lower the rate of its hospital-acquired conditions to one of the lowest in Central New York.
According to a report recently released by Kaiser Health News, Oswego Hospital has a hospital-acquired condition score of 1.7. Continue reading
Physician Assistant David Downey Jr., has joined the practice of Oswego Health Cardiologist Dr. Thomas Grady Jr.
Downey earned his physician assistant degree from Daemen College, located in Amherst, NY, and has been employed by the health system for most of his career.
“This new position offers new challenges and I like my interaction with patients and that I can focus on both patient care and education,” Downey said. Continue reading
Oswego Health will once again lead off Harborfest’s Children Parade and offer an afternoon of fun activities for children at Franklin Square Friday, July 25. Continue reading