- CBA releases winter sports schedule | 13 hours, 12 minutes ago
- Grimes boys win Oneida Tournament | 1 day, 9 hours ago
- F-M runners advance to Nike Nationals | 1 day, 23 hours ago
- Volunteer of the Month: Dennis Cleary — Willis Carrier Recreation Center | 3 days, 7 hours ago
- Area Police Blotters: Weeks of Nov. 6 to 15 | 3 days, 13 hours ago
- Editorial: CNY residents have to be open to the idea of an inland port | 4 days, 7 hours ago
- Movie Review: Satiated – ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2’ | 4 days, 13 hours ago
Volunteer of the Month: Dennis Cleary — Willis Carrier Recreation Center 3 days, 7 hours ago
Area Police Blotters: Weeks of Nov. 6 to 15 3 days, 13 hours ago
Editorial: CNY residents have to be open to the idea of an inland port 4 days, 7 hours ago
Two projects vie to fill inland port need in Central New York 5 days, 7 hours ago
Don’t be fooled by non-approved Career & Technical Education programming 6 days, 2 hours ago
Transforming health care 6 days, 4 hours ago
FROM THE ASSEMBLY: Helping those in need this holiday season 6 days, 4 hours ago
White-tailed deer management program gains approval by village board 6 days, 5 hours ago
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- CBA releases winter sports schedule
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Lifestyle and Entertainment
- Volunteer of the Month: Dennis Cleary — Willis Carrier Recreation Center
- Movie Review: Satiated – ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2’
- White-tailed deer management program gains approval by village board
- O’Keefe addresses DeWitt Rotary
- Local residents among 60 selected as ‘On My Own Time’ artists
Letters to the Editor
- LETTER: Dell thanks voters
- LETTER: Killing deer is not the solution
- LETTER: Concerns about Fayetteville Apartments project are legitimate
- LETTER: Resident responds to Morgan Management
- Letters to the editor: Aug. 5 edition
- Area Police Blotters: Weeks of Nov. 6 to 15
- Police warn of increase in counterfeit credit card cases
- Area Police Blotters: Weeks of Oct. 31 to Nov. 11
- Area police blotters: Weeks of Oct. 27 to Nov. 4
- Area police blotters: Weeks of Oct. 14 to 28
- Two projects vie to fill inland port need in Central New York
- Hunger does not have a season
- Shop Small Saturday campaign begins on Nov. 28
- First ever Manlius Chamber of Commerce Pizza Cook-off was a success
- Stickley CEO inducted into the American Home Furnishings Hall of Fame
When I began writing this monthly column one of my concerns was “Would there be enough people that could be honored as being a volunteer of the month to sustain the column for a period of time?” The fact that is it my 40th column answers that question, and is an indication that there is a plethora of volunteers in the area, and that should make us proud to call ourselves Central New Yorkers. One of these volunteers is Dennis Cleary, the Eagle Bulletin Volunteer of the Month for November 2015.
Weeks of Nov. 6 to 15
The Panama Canal in Central America is currently finishing up an expansion project that would allow for larger cargo ships to pass through, which will greatly affect the global trade industry.
Many local officials, manufacturers and businesses believe that there is a need for an inland port to handle international cargo in the Central New York area. To fill that need, there are two competing projects vying for the approval of local officials to come to fruition.
In recent years, many Central New York school districts and BOCES have answered the call and created CTE opportunities for their students.
CNY doctors learn about treating transgender youth
Many people experience anxiety before a visit to the doctor, but for transgender youth, that anxiety is amplified. There are few providers in Central New York who cater specifically to transgender populations, and some trans people have reported being harassed or turned away from seeking care.
The holiday season is a time for family and friends to come together, celebrate and give thanks. But as we attend parties and prepare to exchange gifts, it’s important to remember those among us who may be less fortunate and could use a helping hand.
Finalized plan must be approved before any action is taken
The Fayetteville Village Board voted to approve the proposed bait-and-cull white-tailed deer management program at their Nov. 23 meeting, which will allow the program to move forward for the expected Dec. 23 start date.
Manlius residents will see a 0.88 percent decrease in the town tax rate next year, according to the 2016 town budget, which the town board adopted last week.
Christian Brothers Academy has announced that 10 student-athletes, all girls’ lacrosse players, have signed letters of intent to continue their intercollegiate athletic careers at Division I institutions next year.
To the editor: I would like to extend my heartfelt appreciation to the residents of Onondaga County who exercised their right to vote on Election Day and a special thank you to those of you who voted for me for county clerk.
Recently, Rotarian Mel Rubenstein introduced University Professor Sean O’Keefe at a Monday luncheon of the DeWitt Rotary. O’Keefe spoke about the concept of a new medical school in Syracuse.
DeWitt Chief of Police James C. Hildmann reports that Dewitt and other police agencies within Onondaga County have encountered numerous cloned credit card uses in the last few weeks.
Weeks of Oct. 31 to Nov. 11