The residents of Pulaski Academy will go to the polls on Tuesday, March 11, from 8 a.m.-8 p.m. in the Lura Sharp Elementary School band room to vote on the proposed $12 million capital improvement project. The project will provide new boilers in the district’s schools, improved ventilation systems, enhanced security for each building along with many other upgrades, both inside and outside at each building. Upgrades will improve the fire alarm, public address
A Pulaski Academy and Central School board member announced a board of education meeting location change. The meeting on March 11 will be held in the district office, at 2 Hinman Road, Pulaski.
On Saturday, April 26, Providence Christian School (PCS) in Pulaski will hold its first 5K walk/run fundraiser. The fundraiser titled "Finish the Course" will help to bring awareness to the need for Christian education.
"Finish the Course" has many meanings. It could simply mean to finish the 5K course. It could also mean to finish a course in school work. Lastly it could mean
There will be a free fresh food distribution on Monday, April 7 at the Sandy Creek United Methodist Church at 2031 Harwood Drive, Sandy Creek. Doors will open at 3:30 p.m. Random numbers will be drawn by everyone at 3:15 p.m.
Do not come early and try to get inside the building... for safety purposes no one is allowed inside or in line near the door until the delivery truck has left th
by Jennifer Mooney
The town of Sandy Creek highway department like many other highway department's in northern New York, have a full schedule to deal with each winter. Nothing is as unpredictable as Mother Nature and each winter she gives the local highway departments a run for their money, literally.
Mike Kastler, the town of Sandy Creek highway superintendent starts the winter season by adding four par