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The Manlius United Methodist Church is once again bringing Loren Barrigar and Mark Mazengarb to the summer Concerts in the Park series. They will be performing at the Manlius Village Amphitheater at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 5.
John Sharon has decided to challenge Sam Roberts for the privilege of representing the citizens of the 128th NY Assembly District in this fall’s election. We need to know who John Sharon is and where he stands on the issues.
Paul Quinn is the first Farmers Insurance agent on the east side
Over the last 35 years, Paul Quinn has worked in almost every aspect of insurance. He’s worked for several insurance carriers and one large insurance agency. He has been responsible for managing underwriting, marketing and sales functions at various corporate levels.
It only figured that heavy rains fell just hours before they set off on Sunday for the third annual Fay-Man Day of Races, held at Fayetteville-Manlius High School.
The Manlius Police Department has been conducting an active field study of officer-worn video camera systems since June and plans a permanent implementation by the end of the year. The camera systems are be worn by the officers in a manner that will provide a first-person perspective of what the officer’s encounter on a daily basis.
Fayetteville teen awarded $36,000 for providing low-income families with everyday essentials
It all started when Adena Rochelson volunteered at a local food pantry. Rochelson, who was 9 years old at the time, noticed an empty shelf that was intended to hold personal care items, like toilet paper and soap.
At the Rotary District 7150 “Changing of the Guard,” held on June 26 at Traditions/Erie Village in East Syracuse, outgoing DeWitt Rotary President Holly Salop Wallace and the Rotary Club of Dewitt were presented with a 2013-14 Presidential Citation.
Howie Hawkins is hoping to change the political landscape of New York state. “If you do public polling, the majority is very progressive on economic issues, but they never get what they want,” Hawkins said. “A study just came out, the oligarchy study, looked at 1,799 federal issues. They went to the top 10 percent. Any time [the top 10 percent] wanted one thing and the 90 percent wanted the other, of course, they got their way on every issue there was conflict. This goes back to 1979. That tells you. They say, is this a democracy or a plutocracy or an oligarchy? And I think it is [an oligarchy] until we organize a party that can speak for the majority of the people. That’s been the thing that I think we need to do, what we’re trying to do.” That’s why Hawkins is running for governor, taking on the Democratic political establishment and Gov. Andrew Cuomo, as well as his Republican challenger, Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino.
Residents will decide the fate of the position with a referendum Sept. 23
On July 23, more than 50 concerned DeWitt residents packed town hall for a public hearing to discuss whether or not to change the town clerk from an elected to appointed position.
Dave Rice is co-owner of Critical Link, a prominent town of DeWitt electronics product development company on Brooklawn Parkway, but he’s also a talented saxophone player and bandleader. His group, Tradewind, which also features his daughter, Lauren, will be showcased at the 2014 Northeast Jazz & Wine Festival at 3 p.m. Saturday, July 26, in downtown Syracuse’s Clinton Square. Admission is free.
Runners and “mudders” of all ages will soon take part in the third annual Fay-Man Day of Races, scheduled for Sunday, July 27 at Fayetteville-Manlius High School. The event, which is a fundraiser for the F-M All Sports Booster Club, offers competitors three different races; the Muddy Hornet Challenge, the 5k Race of Champions and the Mud Puppy Dash Fun Run for kids.
To the editor and the Manlius community: To all who danced in the Fourth of July Manlius parade flash mob dance, we say, thank you! You helped us share the amazing story of a local nonprofit, David’s Refuge. Our mission is to love and serve moms and dads who have children with special needs or those struggling with a life threatening disease. By joining in the dance you reminded these amazing parents that they are not alone, that what they do every day in caring for their child is the most important thing in the world, and that they are loved by God.
"Les Misérables," a critically acclaimed musical and a story of turmoil, love and courage in the darkest of times, has moved audiences around the world. Now, the musical will be performed at the Fayetteville-Manlius High School for community members and visitors by the town of Manlius Recreation Department. This year, for the first time in 12 years, Shawn Hebert, the town of Manlius’ musical director for more than 10 years, will take the stage for the first time as lead character, Jean Valjean.
Republican, Conservative, and Independence candidate for U.S. Congress John Katko (NY-24) recently announced an addition to his growing listening session schedule with an event dedicated specifically to hearing the needs and concerns of area veterans: 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Monday, July 28 at St. Matthew’s Church Community Room, 214 Kinne Street East Syracuse.