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Woman pleads guilty to burglary, promoting prostitution in Cayuga County
Shannon Terwilliger entered dwellings on two Venice dairy farms in 2017 — at one, she offered another woman for prostitution services, at the other, she stole a wallet. Terwilliger, 38, who lived at 10827 Duck Lake Road when she was arrested by the Cayuga County Sheriff's Office in April, was schedu
At least two hurt in Mexico crash involving two vehicles, farm tractor
MEXICO, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) - At least two people were sent to area hospitals Monday evening following a crash in the Oswego County Town of Mexico. Oswego County 911 dispatchers tell NewsChannel 9 the call went out around 6:30pm along Route 3 by Cornell Road. Route 3 was closed between Munger Hill Road a
Federal Aid Flowing Into Sterling
U.S. Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer and U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand announced $401,000 in federal funding for the town of Sterling in Cayuga County. The funding was provided through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Development Grant Program.
Cop Logs: Sheriff’s Office 12/10/2018
On 11/29/18 at 8:56 a.m., Joshua D. Bouck, 23, of 60 Wayne St., Mexico, was operating a 2002 Mercury south on Parkhurst Road in the town of Scriba reportedly attempting to make a left-hand turn onto Miner Road when the vehicle collided with a 2012 Chrysler traveling west and being operated by Shanno
County ranks first in drunk driving death risk
OSWEGO — The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration shows Oswego County as the only county in New York to appear in the top ten for number of fatal DUIs, percentage of fatal DUI accidents and number of fatal DUI accidents per 10,000 residents — making Oswego the county with the highest risk
White Christmas Continues In Fulton
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Lynsander man comes 'so close' to admitting wife's murder as jury waits
Syracuse, NY -- A Lysander man, who has for months resisted pleading guilty in his wife's murder, came "so close" this morning as his trial was set to begin, his lawyer said. Pete Trifunovski, 69, appeared ready to plead guilty moments before prospective jurors were called into the courtroom. He ans
City, firefighters agree to terms
OSWEGO — Oswego Mayor Billy Barlow and city’s firefighter union have broken a two-year deadlock over a new contract, which was presented and approved at Monday’s Common Council meeting.
Three juveniles charged with stabbing, seriously injuring man in Ithaca
ITHACA, N.Y. -- Three juveniles have been charged in connection with a stabbing that left a man seriously injured in Ithaca. A man was repeatedly stabbed shortly after 6:30 p.m. Friday in the 100 block of North Cayuga Street near the Ithaca Commons. Officers found a 24-year-old man bleeding "profuse
Girls Rock in Fulton, with an assist from Shineman
FULTON — A grant for nearly $10,000 from the Richard S. Shineman Foundation has allowed the Fulton Family YMCA to expand the popular “Girls Rock” empowerment and leadership program into Fulton Junior High School, with program leaders hoping to bring it to G. Ray Bodley High School in 2019.
Auburn man killed in rollover crash in Wayne County
An Auburn was killed Friday in a one-car crash in Wayne County. State police on Saturday said that at about 6:58 p.m. Friday, troopers in Wolcott responded to an accident on Route 31 in the town of Savannah.
SU places three players on All-ACC First team, 11 total honored
SYRACUSE, NY - SEPTEMBER 08: Andre Cisco #19 of the Syracuse Orange celebrates an interception during the first quarter against the Wagner Seahawks at the Carrier Dome on September 8, 2018 in Syracuse, New York. (Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty Images)
Land bank nets $1.2m grant
OSWEGO — The Oswego County Land Bank is receiving more than $1 million to continue rehabilitating and demolishing properties into 2020. The Oswego County Land Bank Board of Directors accepted a $1.2 million grant award Friday from Enterprise Community Partners, a non-profit charged with administerin
Capital project not perfect but needed to ensure future
On Dec. 18th, 2018, a day that will hopefully not live in infamy in the annals of the Oswego City School District, the voters will go to the polls to approve or disapprove a major capital spending project that will affect the quality of our public school system for the next generation.
Oswego School Board Discusses Free Admission and Swearing
OSWEGO – Should admission to scholastic athletic contests be free?. Well, that discussion came up at the last Oswego City School District Board of Education meeting. During the session for the public to speak Jeff King asked why admission monies from sports events was placed in the general fund and
Fulton girls basketball team defeats Mexico
MEXICO — Gabriella Raponi poured in 14 points to propel the Fulton varsity girls basketball team to a 39-27 triumph over host Mexico on Friday. Alena Wright tossed in seven points for Fulton, and Madison Gilmore scored six points.
Reject capital project and try again
The Oswego City School District is voting Dec. 18 on a $63.1 million capital improvement project that I hope will be rejected like it was last March when it was $60.2 million. Yes, they are somewhat different. The new proposal is more expensive, mainly because it includes additional projects. It als
City grants funds to YMCA, boxing club
OSWEGO — The Oswego YMCA and the YMCA Boxing Club was awarded $75,000 Thursday as the city’s continues efforts to improve the downtown area and increase recreational activities for area residents.
Local reps slam proposed Albany pay bump
OSWEGO — A proposed pay raise for state lawmakers unveiled last week is drawing jeers from Oswego County and northern New York representatives who say the initiative is misguided.
Not too late for flu shots!
Flu cases peak here in Central New York between December and March, so the push is on to get more people vaccinated. It takes about 2 weeks for the vaccine to give the most protection.