by Rob Tetro Syracuse Shock Lineback Justin Galletta took notice of the sport of football when he was in junior high school. It was at that time that he noticed his brother coming home with football equipment. At the time, Galletta didn’t know much about the game but soon felt that football could be something(…)
by Leon Archer Well, it’s happened. We’ve worked and played our way through another summer and fall is just over the horizon. New licenses are available and it’s time to get them and apply for our deer management permits. Goose season starts next week and don’t forget to get your new duck stamp. You can(…)
Mayor Thomas Gillen said the city’s “Alternate-Side Parking Restriction” will begin at 1 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 11. During this time, parking on city streets must be done on an odd-even schedule. This means on an odd numbered day, for example Dec. 15, parking must be done on the odd side of the street, such as(…)
Editor’s note: This is the third installment of stories about Fulton Families. The monthly series tells the stories of families that have either lived in Fulton for ages or perhaps only a short while — but the common bond will be they love the city and wouldn’t want to live anywhere else. If you know(…)
James Edward Daniels, 61, of Phoenix, died Thursday Nov. 1, 2012. He was born to his late parents, Bertha A. (Bittner) and C. Neil Daniels February 26, 1951 in Erie, Pa. He was a graduate of Ft. LeBoeuf High School, Waterford, Pa., where he had been president of National Honor Society; was the “King” at(…)
Norman “Tom” H. Lyons, 85, of Minetto, died suddenly Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012 at the V.A. Medical Center Hospital. He retired in 1989 after 43 years at Nestle Company in Fulton. Tom had served in the U.S. Navy from 1945-1946. He was predeceased by his parents, Kenneth and Lena Laws Lyons. and his siblings, Mason,(…)
by Rose Anthony of Fulton I am not a chairperson for any political party. My back yard is open to anyone who wants to put a sign in it. Mr. Sullivan asked to put his in my yard and I said it was okay. Mr. Holmes, you are a chairperson of the town Republican committee. You(…)
by Jim Farfaglia Observance I think it’s a blind sparrow, you say, drawing my attention. In silence we witness this curiosity: visionless, but aflight. She’s finding her way though, you decide. I nod, in communion.