Check out these stories and find out what was happening in Oswego County and the surrounding area during the week of April 21 – April 25.
1. Troy Martin, a former Oswego city police officer was sentenced to four years in prison for his connection to a cocaine ring. (The Palladium-Times note: The Palladium-Times requires a subscription to read full stories)
2. Members of Fulton’s police and fire departments were recognized for their professionalism while on the job. (Oswego County Today)
3. WRVO, a member of NPR housed in SUNY Oswego’s Penfield Library, won a 2014 regional Edward R. Murrow award for their documentary titled “New York in the World.” (Oswego County Today)
4. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand proposed a bill that would provide $109 million in federal funding against sexual assault on college campus nationwide. (The Oswegonian)
5. A new interactive map will now help those wishing to explore Rice Creek from their mobile devices. (Oswego County Today)
6. A number of events will be happening this summer at the H. Lee White Marine Museum, including a 70th Anniversary of D-Day on June 7. (Explore Oswego County)
8. Jamie Enwright of SUNY Oswego’s University Police was awarded the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Classified Service. (Oswego County Today)