The arrest stems from the investigation into an incident that occurred between May – June 2018. He allegedly engaged in sexual contact with the victim being less than 11 years of age at a town of Granby residence.
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The public hearing will garner community input regarding city official’s proposal to enforce a temporary moratorium on used car sale lots. If passed, the moratorium would prevent any new businesses entering the city for the purpose of opening a used car lot for a period of one year.
The Fulton Family YMCA announces the hiring of Oswego County native Shonna Sargent, regional program director of the YMCA of Greater Louisville’s Northeast Family YMCA branch, as its new chief executive officer. Board of Directors President Kelly Niccoli made the announcement today (June 26). Sargent was chosen after a nationwide search to lead the agency.
The arrest stems from the investigation into an incident that occurred during the summer months of 2017. She allegedly engaged in sexual contact with the victim being less than 17 years of age while at a town of Hastings residence.
Along with G. Ray Bodley High School seniors, a 93-year-old war veteran and a senior staying at Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital while undergoing chemotherapy treatment are among Fulton’s class of 2018 graduates. Fulton City School District administration first presented World War II veteran Norman Smith with an honorary high school diploma at a ceremony at St. Luke’s Nursing Home. Administration then brought a surprise ceremony to Alicia Carroll, a G. Ray Bodley honor student graduating with a Regents Diploma with advanced designation who was unable to walk at graduation due to chemotherapy treatment at Golisano Children’s Hospital in Syracuse.
“After high school, chemo was a piece of cake.” That message that was found atop of Alicia Carroll’s graduation cap also served as a reminder for her to never give up when things are tough. Her battle with Hodgkin’s lymphoma may have stopped her from walking across the stage this weekend with her fellow G. Ray Bodley High School Class of 2018 graduates, but it has never held her back in becoming successful.
Former Fulton City School District student Norman Smith has waited his entire 93.5 years of life to fulfill a dream: graduating high school. FCSD Superintendent Brian Pulvino and G. Ray Bodley High School Principal Donna Parkhurst were proud to present Smith with an honorary diploma the day before GRB’s very own graduation.
Members of Lanigan Elementary School’s Student Congress each brought a friend and gathered at Fulton’s Patrick Park to clean and beautify the playground. Students in grades third through sixth worked together to remove trash and debris, rake leaves and grass, pull weeds, and plant flowers just as they had previously at Recreation Park.
Today’s News: A fond farewell to GRB and RaiderNet; Bodley’s Class of 2018 announces plans; Student Driven Lounge coming to GRB; Quirk’s Players visit New York City, Broadway; and more in today’s edition of The Raider – written by students in the GR Bodley Journalism Club and Journalism class.
The Fulton Police Department held its annual Bike Rodeo to give away free helmets and promote bike safety. Each year, roughly 100 or more children participate in the free event, said Lieutenant Ralph McCann. The event allowed children to complete a bicycle safety obstacle course alongside a Fulton PD Bike Patrol Officer to learn the rules of the road and safe practices while bicycling.