OSWEGO COUNTY – Oswego County Today features top stories from the past week.
Fulton Town News:
- Fulton Common Council met on Tuesday, June 21, when it passed resolutions regarding improvements to the waterfront canal at Davis Standard. Full story here.
- Oswego Industries Inc., a Fulton-based nonprofit agency that supports adults with developmental disabilities, has hired a new team member and welcomed two former team members to the agency. Full story here.
- Penny Halstead is a 2022 Fulton Block Builder (FBB) Block Leader and was moved when she heard about the work the Fulton American Legion was looking to do. Full story here.
News from the City of Oswego:
- Fitzhugh Park Elementary School will have a new principal for the 2022-23 school year; Oswego City School District Superintendent Dr. Mathis Calvin III welcomes new principal Amy Molloy to last week’s school board meeting, Tuesday, June 21. Full article here.
- The past two years have offered a variety of challenges for schoolchildren, so it’s more important than ever to help children avoid the “summer slide” – while enjoying this break – said faculty member Michelle Storie. counseling and psychology services from SUNY Oswego. Full story here.
- Summer readers are sure to enjoy a good book when the Oswego Bookmobile visits their neighborhood this summer. The Bibliobus program begins on July 5, 2022 and ends on August 19, 2022. Full article here.
Oswego County News:
- The Oswego County Legislature passed a resolution to donate 20 body armor to Ukrainian aid workers at a special meeting in April. Full story here.
- The Winona Forest Recreation Association, widely known for running races in the forest on the western shoulder of Tug Hill, shared the fun of cycling the myriad trails with a diverse group of outdoor enthusiasts on Saturday June 18th. Full story here.
- On Wednesday, June 22, Hastings State Police arrested a woman in Central Square following an investigation into a fatal car crash in April. Full story here.
- The Village of Pulaski, New York, celebrated a newly created tradition on the evening of Thursday, June 23, gathering on the streets of the small town to celebrate the class of 2022 from Pulaski Academy and Central School. Full article here.
- Summer is here and the Oswego City-County Youth Office still has a few spots available for the 2022 season at Camp Hollis. Residential campers, ages 8-14, will enjoy a fun week-long, overnight camping experience on the shores of beautiful Lake Ontario. Full story here.
- Acting Oswego County STOP-DWI Coordinator Robert Lighthall announced that Oswego County Police Departments will participate in a special statewide effort to raise awareness of the dangers of impaired driving . The STOP-DWI high-visibility engagement campaign will begin Friday, July 1 and run through Tuesday, July 5. Full article here.
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