The Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce will continue its Tunes in June series Wednesday at the gazebo in downtown Fulton. Each week, a featured restaurant will be on site at the gazebo from noon to 2 p.m. Live music will be provided by Kimo & Friends. Tomorrow, the Blue Moon Grill will be the featured(…)
The Fulton Elks Lodge will be holding its annual Flag Day service Tuesday, June 12. The service will begin at 6 p.m. at the lodge, which is located at 57 Pierce Dr., Fulton.
The New York State Department of Transportation will hold an open house meeting Tuesday, June 12, regarding safety improvements to three intersections along New York State Route 481 in Oswego County. Two intersections are in the Town of Scriba: where Route 481 meets Churchill Road and where Route 481 meets County Route 57. The other(…)
Kami’s Kix Dance Studio will perform its 13th annual spring recital, “Leave It on The Dance Floor,” tomorrow, June 8 The recital will begin at 7 p.m. in the Hannibal High School’s auditorium. It is sponsored by the Key Club.
by Erika Johnson What a week this has been! Not to mention all that it has left to offer! Monday started with what people have been waiting for all year — yearbooks! This year’s is as good as ever; great job yearbook staff! As Monday continued on, students happily looked forward to the annual Bodley(…)
Caregivers who find themselves raising their relatives’ children are able to access a program that may prove to be a valuable resource. Through Catholic Charities of Oswego County’s Relatives Raising Relatives program, caregivers, who through a variety of circumstances have taken on the responsibility of raising their relative’s children, are able to receive support, advocacy,(…)
by Nicole Reitz The John Wells Pratt House in Fulton now has a new director. The Friends of History in Fulton hired Sue Lane, a Fulton resident who is originally from Oswego. Lane and her husband, Alan, moved back to the area seven years ago when her sister needed help caring for their mother. For(…)
City of Fulton water customers were notified Saturday, May 19, 2012 of a problem with one of the city wells and were advised to first boil their water before using it. The city is now reporting that it is no longer necessary to boil the water before using it.
by Erika Johnson It’s hard to believe how fast the days are winding down now! Now that it is Memorial Day weekend already, the end of the year will be here before we know it. Of course there are some fun end of the year activities going on. Last Tuesday, a week late due to(…)
by Andrew Henderson The City of Fulton issued a boil-water advisory over the weekend after a breakdown at the K-1 well. Discolored water entered the Fulton water system Saturday, causing turbidity, or cloudiness. The city tests for turbidity in order to see if it is effectively filtering the water supply. Because the west side is(…)
by Carol Thompson The Oswego County Legislature did not have good luck with memorializing resolutions during Thursday’s meeting. A resolution pertaining to the opposition in wind turbines in the Great Lakes had to be amended due to inaccurate information. A second resolution, to oppose a plan referred to as BV7, was tabled after the validity(…)
by Andrew Henderson The New York State Senate recently passed a bill to close a legal loophole in New York State that makes it legal to view online child porn, said Senator Patty Ritchie. The bill, which passed 56-4, is a response to a ruling by the Court of Appeals, the state’s highest court, that(…)