A light flurry of snow created the perfect winter wonderland while Fulton kicked off the holiday season at the 15th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Jubilee. Each year, the event features Santa’s arrival on a Fulton fire truck to lead an exuberant crowd in a countdown to light the city’s official Christmas tree. […]
All members of the Fulton Police Department participated in the month-long fundraiser event known as “No Shave November.” In total, FPD raised $2,960 to be split amongst three cancer support organizations that hit close to home. […]
The longstanding winning tradition that is Fulton Wrestling recently began what will become another yearly tradition. Former Fulton wrestlers of all ages gathered together to honor the first inductees into the Fulton Wrestling Hall of Fame at its inaugural ceremony. […]
A public hearing allowed a change to city code to permit the expansion of a Fulton based taxi company. By amending the city code chapter entitled “Zoning,” city officials have opted to add taxi cab companies as permissible properties zoned commercial or manufacturing. […]
On the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month in 1918, a single gunshot signified the closing shot of the war after Germany and World War I allies signed the armistice that ended World War I. Now, 100 years later, the city of Fulton came together to recognize all United States veterans.
The ongoing saga that is the demolition of the former Nestle factory in Fulton is nearing completion. Fulton Mayor Ronald Woodward Sr. said Rowlee Construction will continue work on the site with a legislative grant from Senator Patty Ritchie funneled through the DEC. […]
NYS Senator Patty Ritchie representing District 48 made a stop in Fulton to see the dredge that was purchased with partial funds secured through a grant from her office. “Eight years ago when I first got involved in Oswego County, this was one of the first projects I heard about,” Ritchie said. “It’s great to come here and see it happening, to see how far you’ve come in tackling the problem.” […]
City officials invited NYS Assemblyman Will Barclay to Fulton to thank him for his work in securing a $100,000 legislative grant to install a stairway at Veterans Park. The cement stairway will connect Veterans Park on South First Street across from City Hall to the Oswego River waterfront. Barclay was welcomed by city officials, local volunteer effort leaders, and veterans as they commended him for his help in securing funds. “It’s very important to us because for years we’ve been trying to develop our waterfront,” Fulton Mayor Ronald Woodward Sr. said. “I’m really excited, I think the people of Fulton should give a lot of thanks to Assemblyman Barclay. He’s been very good for Fulton.” […]