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Three arrested for vandalizing elk statue outside Oswego Elks Lodge
OSWEGO, N.Y. — Oswego authorities have arrested three individuals in connection to vandalism of the new elk statue outside the city's Elk's Lodge. According to Oswego Police, Michael V. DiNorcia, 20, of Massapequa, Samuel R. Bobbette, 20, of Piseco, and John A. Yonkers, 20, of Albany, were charged w
Cop Logs: Sheriff’s Office 12/17/2018
On 12/14/18 at 10:05 a.m., a 15-year-old girl residing in the town of Schroeppel was charged with Juvenile Delinquency for an act, if committed by an adult, would constitute the charge of Assault, 3rd degree, a class A misdemeanor.
Oswego County man crashes car, flees scene in Onondaga County
SALINA, New York — State police have arrested an Oswego County man for drunk driving following a Saturday night crash in Onondaga County. Police responded to the intersection of Court Street and Berwick Road North in the town of Salina following reports of a motor vehicle accident with injuries shor
Trinity’s Annual Trivia Night Set Jan. 19
OSWEGO – Who’s ready for the second year of Oswego’s most awesome trivia night?. Trinity Catholic School will again conduct an interactive trivia experience with guest DJ Nate Emmons, owner of Just Push Play Productions, who will read questions aloud as well as display questions and video clips on T
Oswego County Police Blotter - Early December
Deputies charged Robert H. Kimball III, 30, of Fulton, with second-degree Promoting Prison Contraband, a class A misdemeanor, following an incident in the Oswego County Correctional Facility on Dec. 12.
Taxpayers to decide on Oswego City School District 2018 Capital Improvement Project
OSWEGO, N.Y. — Taxpayers in the The Oswego City School District will vote Tuesday on the 2018 Capital Improvement Project. The $63 million project aims to offer a safe environment for students and staff.
Oswego Lowe’s Heroes Project Benefits OCO
FULTON, NY – Thanks to the generosity and dedication of Lowe’s Home Improvement and the employees of its Oswego location residents, in Oswego County Opportunities’ Behavioral Services transitional living apartments in Fulton can now enjoy a new backyard gazeebo and patio.
Lysander man who described killing wife in chilling detail found guilty of murder
Syracuse, NY -- A Lysander man, who spent hours on the witness stand Friday describing in chilling detail how he killed his wife, was found guilty of murder today by a jury. Pete Trifunovski, 69, testified in his own defense Friday that he beat his 62-year-old wife with a broken rail as she tried to
5th Grade Spell-A-Thon Raises Funds For Holiday Giving Project
OSWEGO – P-h-i-l-a-n-t-h-r-o-p-y That spelled the actions of several Kingsford Park Elementary School fifth graders who recently participated in a spell-a-thon to raise funds for the KPS Holiday Giving Project.
SUNY Oswego graduates winter class
OSWEGO — More than 500 students participated in SUNY Oswego’s December Commencement on Saturday, representing more than 40 fields of study as keynote speaker Howard Gordon impressed upon tomorrow’s leaders to “follow their dreams.” The State University of New York is the largest public education sys
Oswego County man charged with DWI after two-car crash in Salina
SYRACUSE, N.Y. - A 49-year-old Oswego County man was charged with DWI after a two-car crash Saturday night in Salina that sent one vehicle careening into a building, state police said.
Harbor Festivals Says Thank You
Oswego Harbor Festivals, Inc., would like to thank all those who participated in our blood drive for the American Red Cross along with the donations for Human Concerns. We considered it a success, so look for us again next year.
Pets of the Week – Gin and Tonic
OSWEGO – Gin and Tonic are two brothers, about 10 months old. He loves cuddles and attention, and is more the goof-ball of the pair. Tonic is a gentleman, polite and shy at first but he feels more comfortable when his brother is around.
Ceremony Remembers Those Buried At Fort Ontario
OSWEGO – “We shall remember.” Lt. Colonel Robert Ormsbee, US Army, made that pledge Saturday to Lt. Basil Dunbar (1759) to S. Sgt. Robert T. McEwen (1943) and all the others in between that have been laid to rest in Fort Ontario’s Post Cemetery.
Wreaths Across America brings hundreds to Fort Ontario
OSWEGO — It was a solemn, grey afternoon speckled with crisp flashes of red, white and blue at the grounds of Fort Ontario on Saturday as more than 100 people turned out to honor the 45 fallen American soldiers interred at the fort’s Post Cemetery.
Varsity Roundup: Oleyourryk leads Hannibal girls basketball win; Oswego swimmers fall
Nichole Oleyourryk scored 25 points as the Hannibal varsity girls basketball team defeated host Homer 68-54 on Friday. Oleyourryk drilled seven 3-pointers in the game. Kelsey Combes had 16 points, and Emily Weaver added 11 points for the Warriors.
Goewey: Thank you for capital project feedback
As we approach the Dec. 18 vote for the Oswego City School District’s proposed capital project, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your positive feedback and support of our proposed investments to our schools and community.
December’s Learn and Lunch Features Useful Information on Emergency Preparedness
OSWEGO – Bishop’s Commons at St. Luke hosts the next “Learn and Lunch” event on Thursday, December 27, from noon to 1:30 p.m. “Learn and Lunch” features a half hour educational program followed by a free lunch that includes soup, salad and dessert served in their Grand Dining Room.
Santa’s Helpers Hard at Work at St. Luke Health Services
OSWEGO – “Santa’s helpers” have been hard at work at St. Luke Health Services, making sure there will be plenty of carefully wrapped gifts for every resident under the Christmas tree this year.
Springside Knitting Club Donate Handmade Items to Oswego County Hospice
OSWEGO – Members of the knitting club at Springside at Seneca Hill have been busy knitting colorful afghans for the Friends of Oswego County Hospice organization. “We enjoy getting together to knit and we hope that those who receive one of our afghans enjoys our handiwork,” said one of the club’s me