The Fulton varsity boys lacrosse team opened it season last Thursday by hosting East Syracuse-Minoa at the Fulton Athletic Complex. Raiders Bryan Benton and Ross Maxam scored four and three goals, respectively, in the 10-9 loss. Maxam also finished with two assists. Tyler Lockwood and Joe Sutton also had goals. The Raiders will host Westhill(…)
by Rob Tetro For the Fulton girls varsity lacrosse team to achieve its goals, it will have to develop into a more cohesive unit at a steady pace this season, according to assistant coach Andrew Karpinko. If the lady Raiders can maintain a steady development, Fulton will aim to have a winning record and compete(…)
Hannibal Town officials are asking people to avoid driving on town roads for at least four hours until the lake effect snow band lets up and highway crews can plow the roads. The Hannibal Town Hall has been closed for the day. The lake effect band has been sitting over Hannibal for several hours this(…)
by Andrew Henderson Carol Thompson’s book, “To Catch a Firefly,” is slated to be released Feb. 14 The story takes place circa 1960 in the fictional town of Elm Grove, N.Y., which is modeled after Elm Grove, Wisc. The story takes readers through the journey of nine-year-old Genevive Pearce, an innocent child who accidentally becomes(…)
Esther A. Gravelle, 90, a former Fulton, Arizona, and Florida resident, died Sunday, Aug. 25, 2012 at St. Luke Health Services, Oswego. Born Aug. 25, 1922 to her late parents, Anna A. (Ellison) Alvord, she was a graduate of Minoa High School. She was a homemaker. She was predeceased by her husband, Francis C. Gravelle,(…)
Harvia Chaffee, resident of Hannibal Graveside services for Harvia Chaffee, 90, of Hannibal, who died Aug. 14, 2012, will be 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 25 at Fairdale Rural Cemetery, County Route 3, Hannibal. She is survived by children, James Chaffee, Carol Newvine, Muriel Barkley and Donna Blake; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; sisters; nieces and nephews.
by Jim Farfaglia The first green fingers poke through, testing conditions on this side of thawing ground, happy to report back: The coast is clear! Basketball team flags wave from porches. No one has seen the neighborhood this cheerful since Christmas. The track team takes their practice outside, first day in shorts & T-shirts, their(…)
by Karen Abbott I’m dealing with a lot of uncertainty this week. Or not dealing with it, as the case may be. I’m following several leads for additional employment, none of which is going fast enough to get me ahead in the cash flow game. I turn my attention frantically from one career path to(…)