With winter weather approaching and the snowy and slippery road conditions that go with it, the Fulton Police Department wants to remind motorists to follow the rules of the road. Some of the following reminders should be common sense, others may be confusing or unknown to some motorists. The most obvious of those rules in bad road conditions is to make sure motorists leave enough space between vehicles when driving.
In keeping with October’s theme of Breast Cancer Awareness, Recognizing Oswego County has selected two Community Champions who are active in the fight against cancer in Oswego County. The Community Champions for October are Carl Emmons and Liz Lucas.
While progressive rock may stand as a bad word in some sectors of the sonic world, the Dutch have always harbored a special affinity for this extended and cerebral brand of music. So it comes as no surprise that the stars aligned themselves perfectly on May 10, 2013, when Montreal based prog-rock band Mystery took to the stage of the Boerderij Cultuurpodium in Zoetermeer, Netherlands. The end result is the group’s first-ever live release, Tales from the Netherlands, an astounding ride through the band’s recent catalogue that could also serve as the perfect jumping on point for the uninitiated.
Dreary fall weather couldn’t keep the Phoenix community indoors on Saturday, as hundreds ventured into the cold for the Safety Expo. For the better part of a decade, the Phoenix Central School District Transportation Department has organized the event, which unites students, community members and local agencies for a day of safety and fun.
Novelis is introducing these manufacturing robots into its hot mill manufacturing process. The robotic arms will perform various machine functions, such as marking rolls of aluminum accordingly.
Forty employees from Novelis will attend a training provided by an ABB Robotics employee to learn how the machines work.