- J-D boys lax beats ESM in sectional semis | 21 hours, 36 minutes ago
- Boys lacrosse Brothers reach sectional semifinals | 21 hours, 44 minutes ago
- CBA’s Bellardini reaches state boys golf finals | 21 hours, 57 minutes ago
- F-M baseball battles way to sectional berth | 22 hours, 2 minutes ago
- Manlius native serves with Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron 71 | 1 day, 13 hours ago
- Tennis stars qualify for state tournament | 1 day, 23 hours ago
- New York state to offer internet-based safe boating education course | 2 days, 7 hours ago
Manlius native serves with Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron 71 1 day, 13 hours ago
Art sale to benefit Manlius Senior Centre 2 days, 13 hours ago
Area Police Blotters: Week of April 29 to May 12 3 days, 1 hour ago
McKenney returns as Bishop Grimes coach 3 days, 6 hours ago
Onondaga County Bar Association honors CBA mock trial team 3 days, 8 hours ago
DeWitt teen wins New York state video challenge 3 days, 13 hours ago
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- J-D boys lax beats ESM in sectional semis
- Boys lacrosse Brothers reach sectional semifinals
- CBA’s Bellardini reaches state boys golf finals
- F-M baseball battles way to sectional berth
- Tennis stars qualify for state tournament
Lifestyle and Entertainment
- New York state to offer internet-based safe boating education course
- Art sale to benefit Manlius Senior Centre
- DeWitt teen wins New York state video challenge
- F-M again named among the 'Best Communities for Music Education in America'
- MPH students recognized for achievement in visual arts
Letters to the Editor
- Letters to the editor: May 13 edition
- LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Week of May 6
- LETTER: Helping pets find a home
- An open letter to the residents of the village of Fayetteville
- Conway thanks supporters for election
- Area Police Blotters: Week of April 29 to May 12
- Area police blotters: Week of April 26 to May 5
- DeWitt officer discusses police interaction with J-D High School students
- Area Police Blotters: Weeks of April 14 to 29
- EDITORIAL: People need to think about future consequences
- New PACE CNY site to open in East Syracuse
- Centro will not eliminate midday line to Manlius
- Local golf range brings soccer-golf to the area
- CBA Hosts 26th Annual Lasallian Dinner and Auction
- Menorah Park Shining Stars celebration set for May 21
A 2014 Fayetteville-Manlius graduate and Manlius native is serving with a U.S. Navy helicopter squadron that flies the Navy’s newest and most technologically-advanced helicopter, the MH-60R Sea Hawk. Airman Collin Martinez is an aviation electronics technician with the “Raptors” of Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron 71, based out of San Diego.
Online course makes it more convenient to satisfy boating education requirements
The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (State Parks) today announced that boaters and personal watercraft operators can now obtain a boating safety certificate by successfully completing an approved online course. Until now, the only option for the 20,000 people seeking a boating safety certificate in New York each year was to complete an eight-hour classroom-based course.
PACE CNY, a program of all-inclusive care for the elderly, is building a new care center on 115 Creek Circle Drive in East Syracuse. It will be known as the Catherine McAuliffe PACE Center.
Looking for a new piece of art to add style to your home? Want to know that money you spend buying the piece goes toward a good cause? From June 1 to July 3, residents can stop by the Manlius Village Centre to view and purchase works of art donated by local artists to help raise funds for the Manlius Senior Centre.
Five-time state champ hired two months after abrupt J-D departure
Bob McKenney’s abrupt departure from the Jamesville-DeWitt boys basketball program that he steered to five state championships in 19 seasons did not mark the end of his coaching career. Instead, McKenney is now in charge a few miles down the road, at Bishop Grimes, where his hiring was announced at a press conference Thursday inside the school’s gymnasium in front of family members, friends and approximately 100 students.
The Onondaga County Bar Association honored the Christian Brothers Academy Mock Trial team at their annual Law Day luncheon, held at Sky Armory on May 1.
The DeWitt Community Library and DeWitt teens are featured in the winning video for New York state’s Teen Video Challenge contest.
The National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) has once again named the Fayetteville-Manlius School District one of the nation’s “Best Communities for Music Education in America.”
Manlius Pebble Hill eighth grader Loren (Ren) Brown was awarded First Place in the Congressional Art Competition.
Town awarded Tree City USA status for 11th consecutive year
Representatives from the village and town of Manlius joined together last week to celebrate Arbor Day, recognize the 11th year the town of Manlius has been named a Tree City USA and show the importance of making the area a tree-friendly place to live by planting a serviceberry tree that was donated by the Manlius Lions Club.
This year’s F-M Relay for Life is quickly approaching, and the student group helping to organize the fundraiser is looking for cancer survivors to participate in the annual Survivor’s Lap.
Mims, Izant and Cucinotta elected to the board of education
In a year with a contentious board of education race, voters in the Fayetteville-Manlius school district have chosen to elect from six total candidates incumbent Marissa Joy Mims, incumbent Lisa Izant and John Cucinotta to the F-M Board of Education for three-year terms. The school budget of $78.9 million was also approved with 1,720 votes yes and 565 votes no,
Award given as result of abolishment of police department
The decision to abolish the East Syracuse Police Department was not an easy one to make, but the outcome has been positive overall. Recently, the village of East Syracuse was awarded with a Local Government Achievement Award from the New York State Conference of Mayors (NYCOM) for making that decision.