Participants in the CYO Summer Drop-In Recreation program were introduced to some of the residents of the Rosamond Gifford Zoo when Zoo Educator Alicia Arcaro brought the Zoo To You program to Fulton. Arcaro provided CYO participants with an informative presentation that gave them a close-up look at some of the zoo’s many animals. While(…)
G. Ray Bodley High School seniors are reminded that retakes for their Fultonian yearbook senior portraits will be taking place Aug. 27 at the high school. School Pictures of Rochester will be at GRB from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the auditorium. Any students who missed their portrait opportunity in June are strongly encouraged(…)
By Tracy Kinne The Fulton city council Tuesday approved the privatization of the Fulton Housing Authority, a step that will allow the rehabilitation of Pathfinder Courts. Before approving the change, the council sought reassurance that rents, which will increase because of the improvements, will remain affordable for residents. The change will transfer management of the(…)
The Fulton city council will hold a public hearing at 7 p.m. Sept. 3 on a plan by William and Judith Patterson of Fulton to expand their existing warehouse at 100 Hubbard St., adjacent to the Oswego River.
Golfers in the Tuesday night Griffin’s Greens Ladies’ League raised $950 in a Rally for the Cure Golf Tournament to support Oswego County Opportunities’ Cancer Services Program Partnership. In recent years, the Cancer Services Program has provided hundreds of mammograms, breast exams and breast ultrasounds free of charge to uninsured and under-insured women in Oswego(…)
In the 63 years that Oswego Speedway has stood along the scenic shores of beautiful Lake Ontario, the five-eighths-mile “Steel Palace” oval has seen its share of big events, but nothing quite like what will rumble into town Aug. 23 to 26. The Oswego Bike Fest aims to bring two-wheel enthusiasts from across New York(…)
Charlotte’s Web is a great memory now. August Arty Camp is in full swing this week and we turn our attention to the wrap-up of summer classes and events. A very special author, Mary Slimmer, will share her newest book, “The Lighthouse in Grove Park School,” during Author Spotlight at 7 tonight, Aug. 21. Slimmer,(…)
By Jim Farfaglia College Bound The night air streams in, car windows wide open, feeling the fullness of summer and breathing in the beauty that Seals and Crofts are singing; treasuring it, for our tomorrows… Old enough to know this endless fun will end. Young enough to wonder how we’ll learn to(…)