William A. Bates-Congdon, 49, of 6519 Sadler Rd., Waxhaw, NC, was arrested at the Oswego County Correctional Facility and charged with two counts of first-degree sodomy, a felony, and first-degee course of sexual conduct against a child, a felony, stemming from the investigation into incidents that occurred at a Scriba residence from the spring of 1997 until March 24, 2000. Continue reading →
The Oswego County Salvation Army needs help from the community to continue helping people this year. MajorJames Purvis, executive director, said the local Salvation Army is facing a $25,000 shortfall in the budget. And this comes at a time when the Army is helping more and more people, Purvis said. Continue reading →
Graduating students, senior jazz. From left to right: Ashley McCann, Mackenzie Fanciulli and Jensen Paget.
"Let It Go" from Frozen
Ballet routine. Back row, from left to right: Kristen McCloure, Gianna Allen, Autumn Barrick, Josie Regensburger; front row, from left to right: Isabella Perkins, Avery Evans, Sophia Taylor, Addison Barrick and Ava Greeny.
Tap routine. Back row, from left to right: Mackenzie Fanciulli, Alexia Abelgore, Jensen Paget, Emma Harvey; front row, from left to right: Ashley McCann and Kennedie Coyne.
Ballet routine. From left to right: Emily Gerth, Michael Gerth and Brooke Halstead.
"What Does the Fox Say?"
Jazz routine. Back row, from left to right: Katie Gerth, Victoria Stoutenger, Quinn Halstead, Emily Mackey; front row, from left to right: Danielle Mackey, Gabby Manchester and Karina Rusaw.
Jazz routine. From left to right: Juliet Manchester, Caelyn Forbes and Marissa Allen.
The 31 dance students at Doreen’s Dance Studio in Fulton showed off what they learned during a recital May 22 at G. Ray Bodley High School.
Fort Ontario curator Jenny Emmons will present “Of Anthems and Attitudes,” a program of 1812 period music and commentary, at Fort Ontario Wednesday, May 28.
The program begins at 7 p.m. in the Enlisted Men’s Barracks.
Emmons was a featured performer at the New York State Path through History Showcase at Grand Central Station on May 14 and created “Of Anthems and Attitudes” for the New York state showcase event.
Through music, poetry and commentary, Emmons interprets the similar experiences of women and civilian populations on both sides of the War of 1812, despite their loyalty to their respective “anthems.”
The program includes Great Britain’s anthem, “God Save the King;” “Hail Columbia,” the de facto national anthem of the young United States; “The Star Spangled Banner,” and portions of the poem “The Adieu; To the Author’s Husband on His Joining the Army as a Volunteer,” which first appeared in The Ontario Messenger published in Canandaigua, NY sometime between 1812 and 1814.
Emmons has worked for the Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation at Fort Ontario State Historic Site for nearly a dozen years as office manager and curator.
A self-taught artist, seamstress and graphic designer, her work can be seen throughout the fort in the development and curation of exhibits, the care and creation of the fort’s multi-era collection of reproduction uniforms, and the design and production of all manner graphic ephemera.
She has a bachelor of arts degree in English with a Museum Studies Minor from SUNY Oswego.
The Oswego County District Attorney’s Office, along with the SUNY Oswego University Police, will be co-hosting a training session regarding animal abuse investigations tonight. The training will take place in the Hewitt-Union auditorium from 6 to 8 p.m.
The training is open to members of law enforcement and animal control officers who work in the county, as well as non-profit organizations such as the Humane Society and Paws Across Oswego County.
To RSVP, call Gregory Oakes, Oswego County DA, at 349-3239.