The Move Along Flyers Wheelchair Basketball Team will face off against teachers from the Fulton City School District at 6 p.m. Friday, Jan. 24 . A winter dance will be held following the game for all participants and audience members. The event will be held at the Fulton Junior High School on Curtis Street. The(…)
The Alzheimer’s Association, Central New York Chapter has announced that today’s Alzheimer caregiver support group at The Manor at Seneca Hill in Oswego has been canceled due to the weather. The meeting will not be rescheduled.
Submitted by Anna Clarke The Fulton Bantam hockey team, sponsored by Comfort Windows & Doors and Fulton Savings Bank fell, to Lysander 5-1 in a recent road game. The Raiders fought an uphill battle as they faced #2 ranked Lysander with their bench shortened to nine skaters. After a scoreless first period, Fulton goalie Adam(…)
The Oswego County Legislature adopted the 2014 county budget Thursday night by a vote of 17 to 8. Three Republican legislators joined the five Democrats in voting against the spending plan. Those voting ‘no’ were Michael Kunzwiler, Amy Tresidder and Jacob Mulcahey, Democrats from Oswego; Douglas Malone, D-Oswego Town; Daniel Farfaglia, D-Fulton; Margaret Kastler, R-Lacona;(…)
The Oswego City Police Department reports it is currently investigating a possible meth lab at 98 E. Cayuga St. Oswego. The police and fire departments are currently on scene investigating. East Cayuga Street between East Eighth Street and East Ninth Street will be closed until further notice. Further information will be released as it develops.
By Debra J. Groom A public hearing on the 2014 Oswego County budget is scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday in Oswego. The proposed 2014 spending plan $196.8 million. The tax levy — the amount to be raised by taxes — is $42.6 million, the same as in 2013. This means most people in the county(…)
by Rita Hooper Once again I write this column from Puerto Rico — this time from the airport where I’m waiting for my flight to Hartford, Conn. later this afternoon. I should be home by the time you read this. This past Saturday was St. Patrick’s Day. You might be interested in knowing that there(…)
by Andrew Henderson The Hannibal Central School District will soon have a new leader. During Wednesday night’s meeting, the board of education selected Donna J. Fountain as the district’s new superintendent of schools. The district underwent a yearlong search process for a new superintendent. Twenty-six candidates applied for the position. William Silky and Lucy Martin,(…)
by Rita Hooper I write this week’s column from the island of Puerto Rico in the Caribbean, two hours by air from Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. I’m sure like I did, you have a picture of PR as a sun-drenched island full of swaying palm trees, tourists and lots of poverty – some might even call(…)