Students from the Oswego Taekwondo America martial art school on 133 E. Bridge St., traveled to Monroe Community College in Rochester March 22 to participate in the 19th annual Rochester Super Cup Tournament. More than 500 students from eight central New York Taekwondo schools, all under Grand Master Kim’s direction, attended the annual event to(…)
By Rob Tetro The Phoenix boys’ varsity track and field team is ready to participate in what is expected to be another competitive year in the OHSL Liberty League. The Firebirds main goal is to have another competitive season in league play. Coach Keith Walberger said the OSHL Liberty League could be wide open this(…)
The fourth annual SOS FEST (Save Our Students) three-day Christian music festival is planned for Rochester Street, Hannibal July 18, 19 and 20. There will more than 15 bands sure to please all musical tastes. There will also be mission displays, food booths, crafts, art work, merchandise displays, workshops, free waterslides and on site camping.(…)
With a record-setting run of Willy Wonka, Jr, CNY Arts Center announces open call auditions for You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown. Auditions are from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Thursday, April 17 and 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, April 19 at CNY Arts Center, 357 State St. Methodist Church, Fulton (Park Street entrance). People from(…)
The New York State Supreme Court today upheld the SAFE Act, the controversial gun safety law in New York state.
The Valley News has been notified that the medallion for the Treasure Fulton Parks 2014 Medallion Hunt was found today. The medallion hunt is now over, so no more clues will be running in The Valley News. We’ll have more news later.
Cheryl Sheats was hired recently as a personal lines account manager and Carol Burns was hired as a commercial lines account manager at Eastern Shore Associates Insurance. Sheats will be based in ESA’s North Syracuse office and Burns will be in the Camden office. “We are so pleased to welcome Carol and Cheryl to ESA,”(…)
Adam C. Gagas has been elected to the board of directors of Pathfinder Bank, said Chris R. Burritt, chairman of the board. The election was effective as of the March 17 Pathfinder Bank board meeting. Gagas is founder and chief executive officer of Breakwall Asset Management, LLC, a New York State registered investment advisor located(…)
Stuart W. Turner, 82, life resident of Phoenix, N.Y., passed away on Tuesday April 8, 2014. He was born July 27, 1931 to his late parents, Grace E. (Winne) and William H. Turner. He was a graduate of Phoenix High School, class of 1949. Stuart served in the U. S. Army, Korea. Stuart was a(…)
Catherine J. D’Amore Tesoriero, 97, of Oswego, died Sunday April 13, 2014, at St. Luke Health Services, Oswego. Mrs. Tesoriero was born in Oswego, the daughter of the late Sam and Adeline (D’Amico) D’Amore. She was a graduate of the Oswego High School class of 1934, and she received a Professional Secretarial Standard Cerificate from(…)
Muck Farm Moment, by Jim Farfaglia I love to drive by them in spring, black soil waking my winter eyes weary from landscapes of white. Oh, how their richness stretches far, how they open with such promise and foretell a bountiful season. Soon, farmers will draw their tractors back and forth, back and(…)
By state Sen. Patricia Ritchie It’s often said that opportunity breeds success. With the passage of the new state budget comes a wide variety of changes aimed at creating new opportunities that will enable all New Yorkers to continue moving forward. Two weeks ago, I brought you news that my Young Farmers NY plan —(…)