Unique to Fulton, Mayor Ronald Woodward Sr. has developed an innovative solution to tackling tax foreclosed properties throughout the city. Woodward uses a set of guidelines to decide whether a tax-foreclosed residence is able to be rehabbed and sold at full market value. […]
Earlier this year, the Granby Town Board unanimously agreed to pass a resolution to annex the campground into Fulton city limits. Shortly after, the Fulton Common Council unanimously passed a resolution to accept the campground along with 30 acres of marshland into the city. […]
The Fulton City School District began a new endeavor in the 2018-2019 school year by participating in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) offering free breakfast and lunch to all students districtwide. In five months worth of data in the 2018-2019 school year compared to the same months in the 2017-2018 school year, participation in school meals has increased by more than 50,000 lunches served and more than 42,000 breakfasts served districtwide.
Fulton Fire Chief David Eiffe led the first exclusive Fulton Fire Department ceremony honoring four of Fulton’s firefighters killed in the line of duty throughout department history and also awarded current members for their hard work and dedication. […]
Charter Communications was unanimously approved by the Fulton Common Council for the purchase of a lot on Fay Street between South Sixth and South Seventh streets at a purchase price of $110,000 on Tuesday (March 5.) […]
The third annual Fulton Hoops for Hope basketball game is set for April 5. This year, event creators Jessica Cretaro and Derek Lyons hope to raise $10,000 to give back to those affected by cancer. Business sponsorships are being accepted for the event through March 20. Any business that provides a sponsorship of $100 or more will have their business logo printed on the back of all event t-shirts. […]
The Fulton Fire Department honored five-year-old Brooklyn “Danger Girl” Hall as an honorary firefighter with a swearing-in ceremony held on Thursday. Danger Girl received a terminal prognosis late last year after battling brain cancer since September 2017. […]
The 123,042 square foot property was sold from K&N Foods USA to Martens Fresh LLC for $4,000,000. Martens Fresh will utilize the property as a storage and distribution center “iFreeze” for its fresh cut food service packaging and distributing frozen vegetables. […]