Landlady, by Jim Farfaglia Just a hair under five feet tall, her mug of coffee ever present, she’d show up each day to wash the dirty dishes nine college boys had stacked high. When I’d stop by with my rent she’d invite me in to listen as she played piano; toe tapping the(…)
Thanksgiving is over and Christmas is less than a month away. Our Gingerbread House contest kicks off the holiday season for us. Gingerbread creations made by teams or individuals are now on display at the Arts in the HeARTS gallery, 47 S. First St., Fulton. Stop in from now until Dec. 14 to vote for(…)
By Debra J. Groom CNY Arts Center has an opportunity to put all of its locations under one roof and expand its space to provide more arts events to the city. But, it needs money. Executive Director Nancy Fox said a building has been donated to the center, but directors need about $35,000 to gain(…)
Check this out. Oswego Town’s own Dr. Mary Walker makes the New York Times. Go to http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/12/02/i-wear-my-own-clothes/?smid=fb-share&_r=0 to see the blog entry.
Submitted by Oswego County BOCES Take a break from the holiday hustle and bustle to enjoy the beautiful sounds of the season at one of the following Fulton City School District holiday concerts: Dec. 3: Volney concert – 6:30 p.m. at the GRB Auditorium Dec. 3: Lanigan concert – 6:30 p.m. at the Lanigan Cafeteria(…)
By Rob Tetro The Fulton boys’ varsity basketball team this season wants to focus on one game at a time. And by doing so, it hopes to win eight games. Fulton coach Matt Kimpland says the Red Raiders can reassess their goals if they earn those eight wins. But, Kimpland mentions his team has goals(…)
By Debra J. Groom The Fulton school district hired a new principal for Volney Elementary School at its meeting Tuesday night. Lisa Garofalo, who has worked for many years in the Syracuse City School District, will begin as the new Volney principal on Jan. 6. She will earn $91,500 a year. Superintendent William Lynch said(…)
The Fulton Pee Wees hockey team, sponsored by Cargill, Inc., Foster Funeral Home and Pathfinder Bank, competed in two games this past weekend — beating Ithaca 4-1 but dropping a hard-fought contest to Camillus 4-3. The action started when the Pee Wees traveled to Ithaca Saturday. The Pee Wees began the first period strong with(…)