We want your news! Send us: News release |Letter to the Editor | Share a picture | Newborn | Birthday | Engagement | Wedding | Other Milestone


Fulton Community Theatre Announces 25th Anniversary Season

Can love make a return engagement? Find out this February as Fulton Community Theatre proudly presents Steven Dietz's "Shooting Star." Sara Sheffield and Donald Crowe play former college sweehearts who meet up 25 years later in a snowed-in airport during the "blizzard of the century."

A combination of comedies, drama, and music, both new and old will come together on stage in Fulton in 2015 as part of Fulton Community Theatre’s 25th anniversary season. The 501(c)3 not-for-profit theatrical company, which produced its first offering in the summer of 1990, is celebrating is 25th year with a line-up of six mainstage shows, two special events, as well as helping to bring a second summer Shakespeare event to Fulton. “It’s a combination of some of our favorite productions, along with some new pieces that we believe our audiences will enjoy,” said FCT artistic director William Edward White.

Continue reading

Sandra Scott Travels: Enjoy The Great Flavor Of Haiti

the Hotel Nicole on the beach in Jacmel

I am always impressed with how hospitable people are – worldwide. This was the case when we were in Haiti. It is an interesting destination, but it is not on many travelers’ radar. In the 1700s, Haiti was the glory of the French colonies and one of the richest colonies in the world. In 1804, Haiti became the first black independent nation. Over the years, poor leadership and other issues caused economic troubles from which Haiti has never fully recovered. I had expected beaches and I was not disappointed.

Continue reading

Search Our Archives:

Strategic Planning Paves Road To Success In Hannibal Schools

In the Hannibal Central School District, progressive thinking, innovative strategies and a team mentality have taken hold since the implementation of the Strategic Plan last June. The plan outlines the mission, beliefs and goals for the district over the next five years, and has been fueled by the work of community members, teachers, students, staff and administrators.

Continue reading

Health Department Announces Clinic Schedule for Week of Feb. 2

The Oswego County Health Department is offering influenza immunization clinics for people age 19 and older weekdays at the Nick Sterio Public Health Clinic, 70 Bunner St., Oswego.

Continue reading

Pet Of The Week – Libby Looking For A Forever Home

Libby is a petite black and white cat about one and a half years old. She is small but has a big “purrsonality.” She loves to stand on her hind legs and welcome her people home. When her foster mom comes downstairs to play with her, she stands up and swipes her paw from the top of her head then out to her mom . . . almost like she’s saluting.

Continue reading

Fishing Reports for January 29, 2015

This report courtesy of the Oswego County Department of Community Development, Tourism and Planning. Oswego River report: According to Capt. Kevin Davis of Catch the Drift: Although we haven’t had much snow, the cold has stayed with us. Our clients … Continue reading

Cop Logs: Sheriff’s Office 01/30/2015

From the files of OCSD

Continue reading