For the remainder of the 2011-2012 year, the Fulton City School District will participate in the Ronald McDonald House Charities of CNY’s Pick Up the Tab Campaign. This campaign collects aluminum pop-tabs year-round. Pop-tabs are found on soda and soup cans, some animal food containers, and other food and beverage items. There is a serious(…)
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Lillian M. Woodward, 88, of Fulton, died Sunday, March 4, 2012 at home. She had enjoyed crocheting and knitting for her family. She was predeceased by her husband, Gordon D. Woodward Sr., who died in 1990.
Stephen Darby, 45, of Fulton, died March 3, 2012 at home after a long illness. He was born in Syracuse. He previously lived in Cato and Oswego before moving to Fulton 12 years ago. He graduated from Morrisville College with an associate degree in Wood-Product Technology. He was a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
by Rob Tetro It was a successful season for the Phoenix boys varsity indoor track and field team. In league competition, Phoenix earned a second-place finish behind Jamesville-Dewitt. This season, Firebird runners set six shool records while several runners earned All-League Awards and took part in both league championship and sectional meets. Jeff Wells, Will(…)
by Rob Tetro When the Hannibal girls varsity basketball team exited Jim Boeheim Court at the Carrier Dome March 2 following its season-ending loss to South Jefferson, it did so while having everyone who had just watched them play paraphrasing the same opinion. The Lady Warriors earned respect tonight. Hannibal began the season with one(…)
by Paul Mckinney There was an old apple tree that stood in the empty field at the corner of Porter and North Seventh streets. It grew silently there guarding the pathway that led to the abandoned playground at the end of Manhattan Avenue. Someone told us it was a crab apple tree. It made everyone(…)
by Peter Hunn It was likely on some rainy 1960s weekend afternoon when, hearing the pronouncement that I was bored, my mother presented me with a dog-earred copy of Reader’s Digest and then declared, “Somewhere in there, you’ll find a cure to that horrible boredom problem.” Over-dramatically at first, I perused the publication with all(…)