By Ashley M. Casey Employees of the Novelis plant in Scriba voted last week not to join the United Steelworkers Union (USW). Of 560 employees polled over Feb. 20 and 21, 273 voted yes to joining USW and 287 voted no. Jim Ridgeway, a local representative for USW, said USW has already filed charges against(…)
The Scotsman Media Group has appointed Courtney Rae Kasper as associate publisher of editorial as well as editor-in-chief of Today’s CNY Woman, effective Feb. 12. An award-winning writer and editor, Kasper brings more than eight years of professional print media experience to the company. Most recently, she served as senior editor for Today’s CNY Woman(…)
All after-school and evening activities at Mexico Academy and Central Schools are canceled for Tuesday, Feb. 25 due to inclement weather.
All after-school activities are canceled for this evening in the Oswego City School District. However, the Board of Education will conduct its scheduled meeting at the Oswego High School Anthony J. Murabito Media Center with the public session convening at 6 p.m.
The Alzheimer’s Association, Central New York Chapter has announced that today’s Alzheimer caregiver support group at St. Michael’s Divine Mercy Parish Center Manor in Central Square has been postponed due to the weather. The group will meet on March 3 at 7 p.m.
Joseph A. Stefanovich, 43, of Liverpool, on Friday was sentenced to 20 years in state prison, along with 5 years post-release supervision, based upon his conviction for rape in the first degree. District Attorney Gregory Oakes said Stefanovich was convicted of rape 1st Nov. 22, 2013, after a week long jury trial in which Stefanovich(…)
A book launch party is scheduled for 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday Feb. 22 at the Salmon River Fine Arts Center. The Visionary Book Launch Party and book signing will celebrate the launch for Alyshia Hull’s latest novel: The Visionary, a mystery for young adults. Hull will have copies available for purchase, she will provide autographs and(…)
Grandma’s House Our house was one block from my grandparents’ house when I was growing up, so it seems like I split my time almost evenly between home and Grandma’s. I knew every inch of Grandma’s house frontwards and backwards. When my brother and sister were with me at Grandma’s, we played “hide and seek”(…)