Two Fulton Police Department veterans are retiring from the department and will embark on new journeys, one of which has begun a new position serving the community as the city’s new animal control officer.
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Fulton Board of Education Vice President Dan Pawlewicz was presented the Board Mastery Award at Tuesday’s (May 22) regular meeting. The award recognizes school board members across New York State that earned at least 250 points as recorded by the New York State School Board Association. Board members receive points by participating in any NYSSBA development activities.
The city of Fulton will host its annual Memorial Day Parade on Saturday, May 26, at about 10 a.m. The parade will begin at the intersection of Division and South Fourth streets and will travel north on South Fourth Street, west on East Broadway and continue west on West Broadway to the Fulton War Memorial located at 609 W. Broadway.
Today’s News: Orchestra trip a success, despite rain; Lalik takes Class A title for Raider tennis; The yearbooks are coming: June 4; and more in today’s edition of The Raider – written by students in the GR Bodley Journalism Club and Journalism class.
A truckload of flags pulled into Mount Adnah Cemetery as dozens of volunteers braved the rain to place flags on the graves of veterans and fallen fire and police department members.
The Friends of History In Fulton, Inc. would like to cordially invite you to an open house at the John Wells Pratt House Museum on Sunday (May 20) from 1:30 p.m. until 4:00 p.m.
Several hundred eager special education student athletes traveled to Phoenix Central School District to participate in the 2018 Oswego County Olympiad. As the bleachers filled with fans roaring in support, students of all ages, developmental and physical abilities from ten school districts in Oswego County joined together to compete in several track and field events.
Today’s News: It was a “Majestic” night for GRB juniors; Raiders roll as Coulon joins 300 point club; GRB Orchestra heading for nation’s capital; and more in today’s edition of The Raider – written by students in the GR Bodley Journalism Club and Journalism class.
Fulton City School District qualified voters showed up to vote on the district’s proposed 2018-2019 budget, three open seats on the board of education, and a proposition to approve the purchase of two passenger vans. Unofficial results show the $71,992,850 budget was approved by voters with 340 votes in favor and 142 against, several hundred fewer voters than the previous year. Two newcomers and one incumbent have secured three available seats on the district’s board of education.
The city of Fulton Police Department will join local and national law enforcement officers and highway safety advocates all across the country for the 2018 national Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement mobilization, May 21 through June 3. During the mobilization, officers will be cracking down on motorists who fail to wear their seat belts, both during the day and night.