- J-D lacrosse victimized by West Genny comeback | 1 day, 10 hours ago
- Taking the ‘geek’ out of ‘science geek’ | 2 days, 12 hours ago
- ESM lacrosse clings to unbeaten mark | 2 days, 13 hours ago
- J-D softball claims thriller over ESM | 2 days, 17 hours ago
- F-M track gains crucial sweep over Liverpool | 2 days, 18 hours ago
- Schepp Family Funeral Homes welcomes new directors | 3 days, 21 hours ago
- East Syracuse voters elect to abolish police department | 4 days, 4 hours ago
Taking the ‘geek’ out of ‘science geek’ 2 days, 12 hours ago
Schepp Family Funeral Homes welcomes new directors 3 days, 21 hours ago
East Syracuse voters elect to abolish police department 4 days, 4 hours ago
The joy of the season 5 days, 18 hours ago
Volunteer of the Month: April 2014 1 week, 3 days ago
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- 'Contact the Editor' Link
- Fire departments risk burning bridges with online photos
- Tweet me: The power of social media
- Syracuse media, community can learn from Lonsberry
- Syracuse needs app for parking
- J-D lacrosse victimized by West Genny comeback
- ESM lacrosse clings to unbeaten mark
- J-D softball claims thriller over ESM
- F-M track gains crucial sweep over Liverpool
- J-D softball opens, shuts out CBA 13-0
Lifestyle and Entertainment
- Taking the ‘geek’ out of ‘science geek’
- The joy of the season
- Volunteers needed for CommuniTree Steward Program
- No good movies playing? No way! Check out your local arts cinema
- Volunteer of the Month: April 2014
Letters to the Editor
- LETTER: Minoa trustees thank residents
- LETTER: Camp Good Days thanks F-M for successful Dance Marathon
- LETTER: Holmquist endorses Brazill and Champagne
- LETTER: Elect Brazill and Champagne
- LETTER: Why it’s important to vote on March 18
- Manlius Police Department receives reaccreditation status
- DeWitt, Manlius Police to join forces for combined accident investigation team
- Q & A with the chief
- DeWitt Police arrest suspects involved with Genesee Hills-area burglaries
- Conway announces candidacy for sheriff
- Schepp Family Funeral Homes welcomes new directors
- Village of Fayetteville’s first State Farm agent celebrates 40 years in business
- Do you CrossFit?
- Is a CNY film hub a good idea?
- 40 years and counting
Two MPH juniors are regional science fair winners
For many people, the mention of a science fair grand prize winner may be associated with the glasses-wearing, pimple-faced protagonists from “Revenge of the Nerds” or “The Big Bang Theory.” But Manlius Pebble Hill students Olivia Sheppard, 16, of Skaneateles, and 17-year-old Emerson Czerwinski Burkard, of Jamesville, are breaking the stereotype.
Schepp Family Funeral Homes is proud to announce the welcome of two new directors. Katherine Velasco and Kurt Benedict have joined the funeral homes as licensed funeral directors. Velasco and Benedict both graduated from Simmons Institute of Mortuary Science in Syracuse where they both received a bachelor’s degree in funeral service. Both served their residency locally and were issued their New York State licenses in March of 2014.
Village will enter into a shared services agreement with DeWitt Jan. 1
After a year of heated board meetings and high tax rates, East Syracuse residents voted 333 to 199 in favor of abolishing the East Syracuse Police Department on April 16.
The town of Manlius Police Department received reaccreditation status from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA) at an awards ceremony in Garden Grove, Calif., on March 22.
St. Matthew’s to celebrate Holy Week with a mix of tradition and faith
More than one billion Catholics across the world are in the midst of observing Holy Week, which began with a Palm Sunday service and will conclude with a final mass on Easter. Holy Week, the last week of Lent, is an deeply spiritual time of year for the Catholic Church – it begins with a celebration on Palm Sunday, then turns into a solemn observance of Jesus Christ’s death and ends with an elaborate, joyful celebration of Christ’s resurrection on Easter.
Community members looking for a hands-on education and technical experience in urban tree management are invited to sign-up for the CommuniTree Steward program. This volunteer service-based program from Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) offers FREE training in tree biology, tree identification, and planting and maintenance for young trees. Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) training, including in-depth ash tree identification, EAB detection and monitoring, are included in the course curriculum.
The spring and summer months after the Oscars come out can be a difficult time for American movie goers. It seems like all of the well-crafted, interesting movies have gone into hiding and in their place have arrived jarring blockbusters and action flicks designed solely to overstimulate the senses. While those movies can sometimes be fun (Thor, I'm thinking of you here), overall they don't offer much satisfaction to people who see cinema as an art form on par with great literature or painting.
Paul Goetchius: On Point for College
April’s Volunteer of the Month is Paul Goetchius, a volunteer mentor in the On Point for College program. On Point for College is a nonprofit tax-exempt college access program founded in 1999 whose stated mission is to open the door to higher education for inner city youth.
Since moving to Syracuse from the Boston area in 2012, I have been captivated by the impassioned public push back here in Central New York on state-mandated accountability testing – high stakes testing that is lately driven by an approach to elementary and secondary education known as the Common Core Standards.
On his first visit to the United States, in the midst of an East Coast tour, international gospel sensation and social activist Tembalami is spending some of his time in Cazenovia and performing three concerts in the village this week. Tembalami Tagwirei— who is typically known simply as “Tembalami” — is a gospel musician from Zimbabwe with a passion for inspiring, motivating and educating the current as well as the next generation.
At the request of the Dewitt Republican Committee, I met with John Katko to discuss his views on a number of issues related to the 24th Congressional race. The committee, and even our non-political neighbors, have been concerned that candidates are too often being defined by the negative ads and sound-bites provided by their opponents. This is an effort to have Katko define who he is and how he will represent the people.
Residents will pay $8.95 per $1,000 of assessed value
The Minoa Village Board held a public hearing before its regular meeting on April 7 for residents to ask questions about the 2014-15 tentative budget, which calls for no tax increase for residents.
Be our guest! Christian Brother Academy will present Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 4 and Saturday, April 5 at Nottingham High School.
To the editor: John Champagne and I would like to express our sincere gratitude to the residents of the village of Minoa for re-electing us to the office of trustee.