The Fayetteville Village Board is looking into drafting a local law that would help decrease the white tail deer population within the village — and they're looking for interested citizens to help out.
New bill puts a moratorium on the DEC’s ruling that mute swans are an invasive species
Good news for Manny and Faye — the beloved mute swan pair in the village of Manlius Swan Pond — might come in the form of a bill that was passed in the New York State Senate on April 22. And this bill comes just in time because Faye recently laid two eggs at the swan pond — with more expected to be laid in the upcoming week.
Ten Fayetteville-Manlius middle school students are gearing up for the ultimate history test.
With the season of spring finally showing itself in Central New York, this winter’s snow has melted and exposed the litter and debris that was previously kept hidden by the harsh weather. And now that people in the community are looking forward to enjoying the outdoors this season, many are noticing the large amount of accumulated litter and are choosing to take action.
The annual Spring Migration Nature Art Festival at the Great Swamp Conservancy in Canastota happens this Saturday and Sunday, May 2 and 3.
In the spirit of Earth Day, about 100 residents in the town of DeWitt got together last weekend to participate in a spring litter cleanup. The Saturday, April 25, event was made possible by the DeWitt Advisory Conservation Commission (DACC), who holds annual spring and fall cleanups in the town.
Christian Brothers Academy senior Jack Bellardini, the son of John and Beth Bellardini of Jamesville, will be attending Siena next fall and has signed a letter of intent to be a member of their golf team.
Series continues each Wednesday through June 17
The village of Manlius Senior Centre offers many opportunities for the aging population, including lunches, exercise programs, craft and activity groups. But one of the more unique events offered by the organization for the entire community is the “Informed and Shared Conversations” speaker series.
Summer driver’s education at Bishop Grimes and Bishop Ludden will begin on Tuesday, July 7 and registration is now open. The course will have a fee of $435.
The conflict in Ukraine will be the focus of the next Cazenovia Forum lecture and discussion, as one of America's leading experts on the region presents an in-depth look at the Ukrainian government's struggle with pro-Russian separatists and their backers in Moscow. The presentation by Adrian Karatnycky, senior fellow at the Atlantic Council of the U.S., will take place at 7 p.m. Friday, May 1, in the Morgan Room of Hubbard Hall at Cazenovia College.
Spring is here, and many people are looking for new ways to keep healthy and stay in shape. For some people, a way to do this may mean signing up for a Pilates class at Fairway Physical Therapy in Manlius with instructor Connie Palleria.
Anyone is able to participate
Looking for an opportunity to clean up the litter in your local area? This coming Saturday, April 25, from 9 a.m. to noon, the town of DeWitt is hosting three Earth Day Litter Cleanups.
On Saturday, April 25, Bishop Grimes Jr./Sr. High School will host its annual invitational Academic Games. The event is offered to students in grades K-6 who attend Catholic elementary schools in the area.
During a ceremony held April 2, seven Fayetteville-Manlius High School seniors signed National Letters of Intent to continue their athletic careers in the fall at the collegiate level.
Twelve Fayetteville-Manlius School District student writers were recently recognized for excellence in writing in the 2015 Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards.
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