Upstate Medical University student Nicole Cifra’s passion for adolescent medicine has earned her a 2015 United States Public Health Service Excellence in Public Health Award (USPHS). Cifra is the daughter of Nicholas and Carolyn Cifra of Fayetteville.
Cobras stop Herkimer, Cato, will face Sandy Creek for title
When the Bishop Grimes softball team started out on its Section III Class C playoff journey, the notion that it could win the whole thing was absurd with so many strong squads in the bracket.
Schug, SanGiacomo, Ferguson among big winners
Mainly due to a sweep of the sprints by Anna Schug, Kiana Ferguson and company, the Christian Brothers Academy girls track and field team recorded a fourth-place finish in Thursday’s Section III Class B-1 championships at Westhill High School.
Red Rams rout defending champion New Hartford in semis
In order to get a shot at the Section III Class A championship, the Jamesville-DeWitt softball team would need to climb past the reigning champions – a task that it handled with, arguably, its best performance of the season.
On Sunday, May 17 Owera Vineyards in Cazenovia and the Fayetteville Carrabba’s Italian Grill sponsored the David’s Refuge Volunteer Celebration Party.
Jeffry Comanici, of Fayetteville, has joined the staff of the Crouse Health Foundation as director of philanthropy.
Millar, Barber, Ezidiegwu both double winners at C-NS
Though its foundation is familiar, it’s the variety of skill that allowed the Fayetteville-Manlius track and field teams to shine above all others during last Wednesday’s Section III Class AA championship meet at Cicero-North Syracuse’s Bragman Stadium.
Payne wins three events: ESM's Marra sweeps 1,500, 3,000
Not once in the 2015 season did the Jamesville-DeWitt girls track and field team get beat, all the way to its last and most important test. The Red Rams roared to victory in Wednesday’s Section III Class A-2 championships at Camden High School, picking up 168 points, well clear of runner-up Carthage (100 points). East Syracuse Minoa, with wins from Natalie Marra and Mia Montgomery, took third with 68 points.
Letters to the editor for the May 27, 2015 edition of the Eagle Bulletin.
The Diocese of Syracuse will ordain its newest deacons on May 30. Kenneth Kirkman, of East Syracuse, and Peter Tassini, of Syracuse, will be ordained at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Syracuse at 10 a.m. A transitional deacon is an individual who will eventually be ordained as a priest.
Big second quarter pushes J-D past Carthage
One quarter of action may have alarmed fans of the Jamesville-DeWitt boys lacrosse team during Wednesday's Section III Class B final at the Carrier Dome - but by the time the second quarter was done, all concerns were addressed, and a seventh consecutive sectional championship was in sight.
The Manlius Library Board of Trustees is proud to name Celine Chen the winner of the 2015 Patricia Infantine Scholarship.
Tense final at Dome decided in final seconds
One more successful attack, and one more goal, would give the Christian Brothers Academy girls lacrosse team the Section III Class A championship it had aimed for ever since moving up from the Class B ranks this spring.
Fayetteville-Manlius High School students have been nominated for four awards in the first-ever Syracuse High School Theatre Awards, which will be presented May 30 at the Landmark Theatre.
On April 25, 2015, members of the Fayetteville–Owahgena Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution met at Syracuse Hancock International Airport to attend the “Welcome Home” event for Honor Flight Syracuse Mission 5.
Red Rams stopped one win short of first sectional title in 22 years
More than two decades removed from its last Section III championship, the Jamesville-DeWitt girls lacrosse team tried to climb back to the top, but fell one step short. Top seed Watertown proved too much for the no. 3 seed Red Rams, prevailing 13-7 in Tuesday night's sectional final at the Carrier Dome by building an 11-goal lead and withstanding J-D's attempt at an historic late comeback.
I believe that one way that we can move our county forward is by improving our infrastructure. At our May legislative session we authorized funding to improve our highways and bridges, we accepted grant funding to continue the development of the Skä·noñh – Great Law of Peace Center, and we refinanced some outstanding bonds at a lower interest rate.
Here in Onondaga County, agriculture is a vital part of our community and a cornerstone of our economy. I’ve been working hard to support our state’s dedicated farmers and ensure they have the resources they need to thrive, but there’s more that can be done. By shopping at our local farmers markets this season, you can do your part to strengthen our economy and bring home fresh, healthy products for you and your family.
Each room will include a different specialty shop
Danielle Marnell, owner of Neenee’s Boutique at 204 W. Genesee St. in Fayetteville, said she wants people to know that her business is still going strong — it is just being revamped and expanded with two other specialty shops joining the location at the newly titled ‘The Shoppes at Limestone.’
The Fayetteville-Manlius School District will be inducting two new members into the F-M Hall of Distinction.