Path Through History is an attempt by Governor Andrew Cuomo to promote New York State’s history and culture through tourism and bring tourist dollars to all parts of the state. There is a website, paththroughhistory.ny.gov, so people can plan day trips and/or weekend getaways that explore the history and culture of New York State. By exploring the Paths visitors can experience a Revolutionary War battle, discover some of the state’s and nation’s greatest natural wonders or relive some of sports greatest moments.
The students at Trinity Catholic School were recipients of a grant from Dynegy. The award is part of an employee directed grant program. Employee and Trinity parent, James Bevacqua, initiated the application process.
The dune fest educated students about the area including the dunes, animals and ecosystems and was put on through a combined effort through the New York Sea Grant, the State Department of Environmental Conservation, and New York’s State Park System.
Students at G. Ray Bodley High School in Fulton have reason to celebrate. For the fifth time in the history of the Oswego County Academic Youth (OCAY) League, the school clinched the title of overall champion. OCAY League was organized in 1997 with the idea that academics merit a standing comparable to athletics.
On Sunday, May 5, at approximately 4:09 a.m. the city of Oswego Police Department investigated a reported sexual assault. Police said today (May 31) that a subsequent investigation led to the arrest of Frank J. Braatsch, 22, of Building 685 Lewis Avenue apartment 308 Fort Drum.
Trovato led the team in virtually every offensive category during the 2013 season.
The Fulton native batted .415, which ranked fourth among all SUNYAC players, in 118 plate appearances over 36 games.
Eastern Shore Associates Insurance is a 2013 Project Bloom sponsor. Project Bloom is a joint program of the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce and the city of Fulton to beautify the city’s entrances and business areas with fresh flowers during the spring and summer months.
In addition to hosting the event, Oswego County Club has donated a golf package of four rounds of golf with carts and club golf professional Jon Fowler has donated a one-hour golf lesson for the United Way’s silent auction and assistant golf professional Will Weimer will host a “Beat the Pro” challenge.
The Fulton Memorial Day Salute Parade Committee announces the judges’ awards for Saturday’s parade. The theme for the 32nd Annual Memorial Day Parade was “America, United We Stand.” Based upon this theme, the judges chose several groups in the parade that best represented this year’s theme.