The Fulton Art Association held its 41st annual art show and competition in May at the Fulton Municipal Building. Continue reading
Mayor Thomas W. Gillen of Oswego has chosen Mark J. Slosek as new city historian.
Slosek is a retired school administrator and former American history teacher, whose career in public education spanned 39 years of service with the Fulton school district.
He received his bachelor’s in history and education from Niagara University and a master’s in history and a certificate of advanced study in school administration from SUNY Oswego. Continue reading
Here are local college students who have graduated, earned awards or been named to dean’s or president’s lists at their colleges: Continue reading
The grand opening for Yoberry Frozen Yogurt Bar in Oswego is Sunday June 15.
Hours are 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. The new store is at 250 W. Seneca St., Oswego and serves 160 different flavors of frozen yogurt and 60 different toppings.
The business also offers a reward program — for every dollar spent, a patron gets one point. For 40 points, the patron gets a free 8-ounce frozen yogurt. Continue reading
Oswego Speedway is considered by many to be the home of the Supermodifieds.
It’s also proving to be Mike Lichty’s personal playground. Continue reading
The Fulton Force, established to provide local players an opportunity to play elite travel baseball, will start its summer schedule with games against the CNY All-Stars at 9 a.m. Sunday June 22 at G. Ray Bodley High School. Continue reading
By Leon Archer
I suspect every sportsman who has ever owned a trailer – boat, camper, utility, or whatever – has experienced the occasional times when the lights simply refuse to cooperate.
Other things can go wrong with the various trailers, but light problems probably make up 90 percent of all the frustrations. I have had my share of run-ins with lights that were intent on spoiling my day. Continue reading
Oswego Health is once again offering free workshops for community members who want to better manage their chronic conditions.
The free, six-week program developed by Stanford University will be held from 9:30 a.m. to noon Tuesdays beginning July 15th in the conference room of the Fulton Medical Center. Continue reading