If you saw my picture and information on page 4, you may have noticed that I am indeed, not Ned Campbell. My name is Allie Wenner and I am ecstatic to take on the responsibility as the new editor of the Eagle Bulletin! You may recognize my name as I have been writing some freelance stories in the paper for the past few months.
You can’t throw a rock in a pond and not expect there to be a ripple effect. In a swan pond, you might even ruffle some feathers.
This election cycle, more women ran for Congressional office than ever before, with 18 running for the Senate and 141 for the House. In New York, both candidates for the Senate race were women; two of the three candidates for the 24th Congressional District race, one of the nation’s most hotly contested seats, were women.
Fayetteville Mayor Mark Olson says he doesn’t want to punish responsible pet owners. But the village board’s recent amendment to the animal law says otherwise.
The East Syracuse Village Board is moving forward with plans to put the fate of the police department in the hands of the voting community.
We do our best to make sure the news we bring you is not “for the birds.” But lately there’s been an influx — a migration even — of stories on the subject.
On a warm, sunny day, we’re told being on a motorcycle is practically perfect. It’s the ultimate freedom. If only bikers were able to ride in peace.
In Manlius, Earth Day 2012 will forever be remembered as the day we learned of a most heinous crime against nature — the destruction of seven out of eight eggs laid by Faye, the Swan Pond’s prized female swan.
There aren’t words we can put together that would sum up fire service any better than what former Camillus Volunteer Fire Department Fire Chief and current Assistant Chief Scott Binns told us last week. “It’s a noble calling and that’s what I think it should be,” he said. “Something that still stands for some good in the world.”
“Sunshine is said to be the best of disinfectants.” United States Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis wrote those words in a 1913 Harper’s Weekly article entitled “What Publicity Can Do” to emphasize the importance of government openness and transparency. Nearly a century later, how far have we come?
When Fayetteville-Manlius High School students announced their ambitious fundraising goal for this year’s Dance Marathon at a pep rally back in January, we were, at first, skeptical.
Last week, we told you what we thought were the good points of the executive budget presented by Gov. Andrew Cuomo as presented in Syracuse Feb. 8, including SUNY reform, a focus on infrastructure and Medicaid relief. But we have one major bone to pick with the governor.
The state budget process has long been marred by an overwhelming amount of politicking and grandstanding. An on-time budget was rarely heard of until 2011, the first budget season of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s tenure at the helm of the state.
When the DeWitt Community Library turns 50 on April 8, in no way will it be “over the hill.”
The East Suburbs gave back in a big way this week.