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Ned Campbell

Editor: The Eagle, Eagle Bulletin, Eagle Observer
315-434-8889 Ext: 339

Ned Campbell can be reached at ncampbell@eaglenewsonline.com.

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From the editor: Thanks for all the stories

I’ve had so many experiences over the past two-and-a-half years that I never imagined having — all without venturing too far from my hometown of Cazenovia.

Fayetteville picks up ownership of Brooklea Drive

You may not have known that up until just recently, the village of Fayetteville did not own Brooklea Drive.

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Fayetteville Village Board says goodbye to Judge Tom Miller

The Fayetteville Village Board gave Tom Miller, the village justice for the past 12 years, a proper send off on Dec. 17

Fayetteville trustees discuss proposal to lower speed limit in village

The Fayetteville Village Board is entertaining a proposal to lower the speed limit in a good portion of the village from 30 mph to 25 mph.

DeWitt massage therapist charged with forcible touching

A massage therapist who lives and works in DeWitt has been charged with three counts of forcible touching and one count of sexual abuse in the third degree.

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‘Survival: Adventure to Apocalypse’ opens in Fayetteville Square

Calypso Ford says her new store, “Survival Adventure to Apocalypse,” is not just for the coming end of the Mayan calendar on Dec. 21 which some are calling the end of days.

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Sno Top owner Vince Giordano given Forrest Mock Person of the Year Award

Vince Giordano, owner of Sno Top in Manlius, was presented with the 2012 Forrest Mock Person of the Year Award on Nov. 10.

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[GALLERY] Christmas trees lit across eastern suburbs

Local towns and villages jump-started the holiday season with Christmas tree lighting events.

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Jewish Community Center of Syracuse lights menorah

The Jewish Community Center of Syracuse held the first of five public lighting events on Monday.

DeWitt Town Board votes 5-2 to spend $99,000 on park building roof repairs

The DeWitt Town Board voted 5-2 last night to pay Josall Syracuse Inc. $99,242 to fix the roof and shore up the structure of the parks maintenance facility located at 5889 Butternut Drive.

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