From corn-on the cob to just-picked berries; one of my favorite parts of the summer and fall is being able to shop for fresh food at my local farmers market.
And, as it turns out, it’s one of your favorite things too! Recently, I asked people in the Central and Northern New York regions to cast their vote for their favorite farmers market in my 2012 Online Farmers Market Survey. The response was overwhelming—and there definitely were some close calls.
Experts Answer Questions, Get Information Out to Public on Dangerous Synthetic Drugs
Nearly 5,000 people joined State Senator Patty Ritchie Tuesday night, for a live telephone town hall on the dangers of “bath salts,” synthetic drug compounds that are at the center of a series of increasingly bizarre and deadly incidents across the region.
State Senator Patty Ritchie has announced her “Women of Distinction” display has moved to the Williamstown Library, located at 2877 County Route 17N in Williamstown. The display is available for viewing during regular business hours.
The traveling display, which will be featured at Oswego County libraries through October 8th, provides an opportunity for people to learn about New York’s female leaders, both past and present.
Display Encourages People to Learn About Notable Female New Yorkers
State Senator Patty Ritchie has announced her “Women of Distinction” display has moved to the Hannibal Free Library, located at 162 Oswego St. in Hannibal. The display is available for viewing during regular business hours.
Recruiting 2,736 CNY and NNY Citizens in the Fight Against Deadly EEE Virus
State Senators Patty Ritchie, David Valesky, John DeFrancisco and Joseph Griffo, and Assemblyman Will Barclay today joined with county and local health officials to announce the availability to homeowners of free mosquito treatments to help stop the spread of the deadly EEE virus.
Half-dozen Oswego Horses Join Over 200 Protected Through Ritchie-sponsored Clinics
A half-dozen Oswego County horses can be added to the list of equines now protected from the deadly EEE virus, following last night’s no-cost vaccination clinic sponsored in New Haven by State Senator Patty Ritchie.