By Rob Tetro After losing to Cortland and Cazenovia to begin the season, the Fulton modified football team went 3-1 to close out the seaon. Coach Jeff Waldron said Fulton showed steady improvement throughout the season. After Cazenovia rolled past the Red Raiders, Fulton made a lot of adjustments. Defensive coordinator Joe Meeks installed a(…)
By Ashley M. Casey Heroin accounts for the majority of Oswego County’s drug cases, according to the county district attorney’s office. “It has skyrocketed. It is out of control,” said Jeff Kinney, an investigator for the DA. Kinney retired as a lieutenant from the Fulton City Police Department. “It’s a complete switch from last year,”(…)
The state is providing nearly $700,000 in grants so local law enforcement agencies can either purchase equipment for the first time or upgrade existing systems that allow them to video record interrogations, a practice widely recognized as enhancing the fairness and effectiveness of the criminal justice system. In Oswego County, $11,708 will go to the(…)
A group of 9-year-old to 12-year-old youths from New York City will travel to Central New York later this month, around Aug. 20, for a one-week to 10-day visit. Families and individuals are being sought as hosts. Call 1-800-367-0003 for information.
By Tracy Kinne There are a lot of bugs in the Fulton area, but the people, especially Kathy Froio, are very nice. That’s according to Adara Johnson, 14, of Brooklyn, who has been spending part of every summer with Froio, whom she calls “Mimi,” for the past five years. Johnson is among 30 New York(…)
One of Oswego County Opportunities’ most vital health programs, the Cancer Services Program Partnership received some good news recently when it was notified that the program has secured funding for the next five years. The program provides uninsured men and women aged 40 to 64 with a range of cancer screenings including clinical breast exams,(…)