A couple of photographs were found this week in the Valley News archives and we would like to return them to their rightful owners. We’re hoping there are folks still here in town that either know who the people are in the photos or know who the photographs belong to. If you have any information,(…)
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The 18th annual Awards and Commendations Ceremony for the Fulton Police Department is set for April 23. The event will be at 7 p.m. in the Fulton Municipal Building, 141 S. First St., Fulton.
By Ashley M. Casey Voters in the Fulton City School District will have two decisions to make concerning the fate of the Fulton Public Library in the May 20 election: how it’s funded and who runs it. The library is putting forth two propositions for next month’s elections. One would make the library a school(…)
As of April 30, 2014, The Valley News will only accept classified advertisements for the Wednesday and Saturday print editions. We will no longer publish classifieds online. To submit a classified ad, call us at 598-6397 or visit our office at 67 S. Second St., Fulton.
Editor’s note: This is the seventh installment of stories about Fulton Families. The monthly series will tell the stories of families that have either lived in Fulton for ages or perhaps only a short while — but the common bond will be they love the city and wouldn’t want to live anywhere else. If you(…)
By Ashley M. Casey The supermarket chain Aldi Inc. has requested a special use permit from the city of Fulton to begin building a store on the former Nestlé site on the corner of Fay and South Fourth streets. The Common Council approved a resolution to set a public hearing April 15 for the special(…)
By Ashley M. Casey Ten-year-old Marc Barnhart of Granby finally has some weight off his shoulders — 11 inches of bright red hair, that is. Last weekend, Patti Mancino of Carla’s Hair Fashions in Fulton snipped two ponytails’ worth of hair from Marc’s head to send to Locks of Love, a Florida-based charity that provides(…)
By Ashley M. Casey Oswego native Elizabeth Marie Fortune will be signing copies of her first children’s book, “Shhh, Quiet, Listen: What Do You Hear When You Listen for God?” at the Connection Point in Oswego on April 5. The picture book follows a little girl named Faith and her journey to listen to God(…)