- Algae blooms close Cazenovia Lake beaches again | 4 hours, 21 minutes ago
- Cazenovia CSD announces Bus numbers and driver assignments for 2015-16 school year | 8 hours, 12 minutes ago
- Flags of Our Heroes program seeking veterans’ photos | 8 hours, 49 minutes ago
- Stone Quarry Hill Art Park receives major bequest for artist-in-residence program | 8 hours, 54 minutes ago
- Cazenovia High School homeroom assignments 2015-16 announced | 9 hours, 2 minutes ago
- Column: Aftermath of a high school reunion | 14 hours, 31 minutes ago
- Area Police Blotters: Weeks of Aug. 7 to 21 | 14 hours, 31 minutes ago
Algae blooms close Cazenovia Lake beaches again 4 hours, 21 minutes ago
Cazenovia CSD announces Bus numbers and driver assignments for 2015-16 school year 8 hours, 12 minutes ago
Flags of Our Heroes program seeking veterans’ photos 8 hours, 49 minutes ago
Stone Quarry Hill Art Park receives major bequest for artist-in-residence program 8 hours, 54 minutes ago
Area Police Blotters: Weeks of Aug. 7 to 21 14 hours, 31 minutes ago
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- Stone Quarry Hill Art Park receives major bequest for artist-in-residence program
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- Manlius Family Barbershop moves to Limestone Commons
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- Area Police Blotters: Weeks of Aug. 7 to 21
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The Madison County Department of Health has confirmed the presence of potentially harmful blue-green algae blooms within the bathing beach areas of both Lakeland Park and Willow Bank Yacht Club, and the beaches have been closed for wading, swimming and any water contact activities until further notice.
All buses leave the transportation department between 6:40 and 7 a.m. Below is listed the route of travel in the morning. Afternoon routes leave the high school complex at approximately 2:55 p.m. Pick up and return times are approximately the same as last year. Please feel free to call the transportation department at 655-1326 with questions.
The next mission of Honor Flight Syracuse to bring veterans of World War II and the Korean War to visit the memorials in their honor in Washington, D.C., is scheduled for Oct. 3 — and officials with the Flags of Our Heroes program are currently seeking photographs of deceased veterans of these two wars to bring with them to Washington and be honored through the Flags of Our Heroes program.
Anonymous contribution of $10,000 to fund artist stipends and studio improvements
Stone Quarry Hill Art Park has received an anonymous bequest of $10,000 to support its Artists-in-Residence program, announced Executive Director Emily Zaengle. The bequest joins other recent gifts in support of the AIR program, allowing the art park to create a program-specific fund for future artist stipends and improvements to the studio and lodging space.
Cazenovia High School administrators have announced the homeroom assignments for the 2015-16 school year
Quick research gives no clues as to when the whole idea of class reunions began. The only historical reference found is that they may have begun (in the U.S., at least), sometime after the Civil War, and that is for Princeton University.
Area Police Blotters: Weeks of Aug. 7 to 21
On Saturday, Oct. 24, Bishop Grimes will host its annual dinner/auction, “A Night under the Stars,” featuring an evening of fun for the general public.
Maximilian Du earned perfect score at CNY science fair
Maximilian Du, a Fayetteville Manlius middle school student who participated in the Central New York Science and Engineering Fair, was named on Aug. 19 as a semifinalist by the Broadcom MASTERS competition. The fair is run annually by the Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology.
Long Branch Elementary has had to postpone its Community Playground Build. The volunteer event, originally scheduled for Friday, Aug. 28, and Saturday, Aug. 29, has been postponed because the site contractor is in the hospital.
Manlius Family Barbershop, a locally-owned business that provides walk-in haircuts and stylings for all ages, recently relocated to the Limestone Commons in Manlius between Murphy’s Specialized Pastry and the Dollar Tree.
If you or someone you know has entered a competition, any competition, at the state fair, send us the result — and a photo if you have one — and we will print it in the Cazenovia Republican.
If you or someone you know has entered a competition at the state fair, send us the result — and a photo if you have one — and we will print it in the Eagle Bulletin.
The Town of DeWitt and DeWitt Rotary have partnered with the American Red Cross and the national program 09/11 Day to encourage people across our community to give blood in remembrance and tribute to the Sept. 11 victims and those who rose in service in response to the attacks.