Memorial Day is an important holiday with a nearly 150 year history here in New York State. It is a time to pause and reflect on the ultimate sacrifice made by so many brave men and women in defense of our way of life. This loss of life should never be forgotten and our thoughts and prayers for our Soldiers should not be limited to just one day. […]
The non-profit group dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the county’s historic, architectural and environmental resources recently recognized the efforts of county residents on a dozen projects. They ranged from restoring homes to historic pipe organs. […]
State and local police officers, particularly in the northern portions of Oswego County, are urging motorists to be aware of horse-drawn buggies. In recent years, more Amish families have moved to our region and are on the roadways. […]
Fulton’s annual parade to salute its veterans went off under sunny skies and without a hitch on Saturday.
The hour-long parade provided the usual red, white and blue feast for the eyes along with plenty of marching band music for the ears.
Click inside to enjoy a photo gallery of more than 100 photos from the parade. […]