The Fulton Project Bloom Committee is coordinating its annual Fulton Mayberry Day Saturday, May 3. Mayberry Day was started about four years ago as a way to organize local business owners and Fulton citizens to remove winter debris from the main highways and retail areas of Fulton or in public areas cleaning up trash and(…)
If you or someone in your family has memories of the 1944-1946 Fort Ontario Emergency Refugee Shelter located in Oswego, N.Y., then the Safe Haven Museum wants to hear from you. Museum board members and SUNY Oswego students have launched a project called “The Neighbors Project” to collect and catalogue these stories. SUNY Oswego student(…)
By Ashley M. Casey The 2014-15 Fulton City School District budget will have to wait another few weeks before board approval. Superintendent Bill Lynch and Director of Finance Kathy Nichols presented drafts three and four at the board’s April 8 meeting, and the board is expected to accept the fourth draft at the April 23(…)
Let’s all go to the Home Show today in Fulton.
Twenty stones looking like this one are hidden in Lincoln Park. Find one and begin your collection of stones from the various parks in Fulton. Each day a different park will be highlighted on this Valley News website — find out what the park of the day is and go there to find a stone.(…)
The Fulton Art Association has announced the winners of the eighth annual High School Invitational Art and Photography Show. Eighty-eight students from high schools in Fulton, Hannibal, Oswego and Phoenix school districts submitted 103 pieces of artwork in fourteen different categories. The show was created to help provide encouragement and guidance to high school artists(…)
The Oswego Public Library will hold a reading of favorite poems on Thursday, April 24. The event will begin with Mayor Tom Gillen reading at 1:30 p.m. Let the library know your favorite poem and we’ll print it out and post it to one of the pillars in the main reading room during National Library(…)