Lauren Cowden turned 1 year old on March 10. She is the daughter of Christine and Jerry Cowden of Fulton. She is the granddaughter of Bruce and Connie Thorpe of Fulton and the late Marilyn and Gerald Cowden of Elbridge.
Haley Hunsinger will turn 16 on Friday, March 14. She is the daughter of Mary Ann Lopedito of Fulton and granddaughter of Betty Hayle of Fulton. Haley will celebrate with a big Sweet 16 party with family and friends.
The Arts in the heART Gallery has selected Sharon Vita to be March’s artist of the month. This talented artist has many different facets of her work. She is a well established artist out of Onondaga County who has sold many pieces of her work, and has explored and expanded her ability to work with(…)
Hahn Huyhn has joined Harmony Financial Services in Oswego as an intern. A senior at SUNY Oswego majoring in business administration, Huyhn discovered Harmony Financial Services while visiting the SUNY Oswego website, www.oswego.edu/laker_leads for internship opportunities. “I was looking for a chance to work with a business that would be a good match for my(…)
Rita M. Mentes passed away surrounded by her loving family at St. Luke Health Services on Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014. She was a Cohoes, NY, native, and the daughter of the late Henry Bouleris and Elizabeth (LaPlante) Bouleris. She spent most of her adult life in the Syracuse and Fair Haven area. Over the years,(…)
Marcia L. Ukleya, 39, died Wednesday Feb. 19 in Community Hospital, Syracuse. Marcia was born in Oswego, the daughter of Joseph and Loretta (Malone) Ukleya. She worked for the United States Department of Defense in Arlington, VA, as an auditor. Marcia was predeceased by her grandparents Louise Malone and Ed Ukleya. She is survived by(…)
Sean Simpson, a fresh face in the town of Hannibal, is a candidate for the town highway superintendent. Although he is a relatively new resident, he is confident he would have a positive impact as the new superintendent. Simpson said he is committed to meeting the roadway and travel needs of Hannibal’s residents. Simpson grew(…)
Rita Hooper 706-3564 Twohoops2@juno.com Ah the kids are back to school and life is back to normal … we can go back to work knowing our children are safe and sound, being educated in a safe school and getting lunch and maybe breakfast. We are once again free to clean out the closets and hang(…)
Hannibal historians Lowell and Carol Newvine will present the program when the Mexico Historical Society meets Sept. 12. The society will meet at 7 p.m. at the Wilcox Building at the Presbyterian Church. After a brief business meeting, the evenings program will be a presentation by the Newvines on “Anna Ella Carroll, the Forgotten Woman(…)