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Cazenovia ‘exercise stalker’ arrested, arraigned in village court 1 day, 7 hours ago
Five new graffiti incidents occur in village over weekend 1 day, 13 hours ago
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- F-M boys second, J-D fourth at Jack Morse Relays
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- Defense, free throws help Grimes past Skaneateles
- CBA basketball manages sweep of ESM
- Skaneateles wrestlers rally, defeat Cazenovia
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- Cazenovia ‘exercise stalker’ arrested, arraigned in village court
- Five new graffiti incidents occur in village over weekend
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- COLUMN: A Cautionary Tale
Nearly 70 people turned out for the Fayetteville-Manlius Board of Education meeting on Dec. 9 with one question on their minds: will F-M switch to full-day kindergarten?
Bonnie Dunay knows exactly how many shutouts daughter Chelsea has as goalie for the Hobart and William Smith College soccer team (17 and counting). She didn’t miss a single one of her son Mitch’s Cicero-North Syracuse High School football games, even if she had to watch from the car because it was too cold. Bonnie Dunay is her kids’ number one fan. Now she needs the community to help cheer her on.
Onondaga County is one of the counties across 10 states that has committed to helping lower prescription drug costs for underinsured residents. Onondaga County’s relationship with the Pro-Act Prescription Discount card began in 2007. Since then, residents have saved more than $21 million on prescription drugs. The goal of the program is to ensure that Onondaga County residents with little or no prescription drug coverage can obtain their medications at a reasonable price.
To the editor: I want to express my thanks to the voters for their support of my campaign for Cicero town councilor.
To the editor: Four weeks after Election Day, the campaigning and vote-counting seem like a distant memory. What remains vivid, however, is meeting hundreds of Cicero residents over several months who expressed a myriad of comments and concerns about our town government. Most I met were happy with the direction of the town these past two years, and I have been proud to work under the leadership of Supervisor Jim Corl. Much has been accomplished in this administration, such as investments in the town’s infrastructure, fiscal accountability, and increased economic development, among many other accomplishments. There is much left to be done, however.
The referendum for the schools to spend $2.8 million on new roofs and other facilities work passed Tuesday.
Judge orders mental competency exam before next court appearance
The man police suspect to be the Cazenovia “exercise stalker” has been arrested, arraigned and is currently in Madison County Jail. Daryl T. Anthony, 45, of Oneida, was taken into custody by Madison County Sheriff’s Office investigators on Tuesday, Dec. 10, and charged with one count of criminal nuisance in the second degree, a class B misdemeanor. Anthony was arraigned in Cazenovia Village Court before Acting Justice Patrick J. O’Sullivan and ordered held in lieu of $2,500 cash or $5,000 bond bail.
After one arrest and months of no visible graffiti activity in the village of Cazenovia, someone has spray-painted five new graffiti pieces in the village last weekend: two large new pieces in the “Wall Street” alley between Kinney Drugs and the back of Café Latte Da, one on the glass of the old gas station next to the defunct Napa building on Albany Street and one on the side of the Lindenfeld Law Firm office at 11 Lincklaen St. (facing the Cazenovia United Methodist Church).
Benefit for performing arts students set for Dec. 8
Right here in Central New York, talent is being born and it’s growing. To further grow any natural ability, one must take added measures to enhance their extraordinary talents. However, more dance training, voice lessons, new instruments or any other tool to further knowledge of performing arts comes with a cost.
The Skaneateles School District will look into new academic offerings to give its students more options and further prepare them for college.
Groups urge shoppers to buy ‘cruelty free’ gifts
A group of about 12 animal rights activists stood on the sidewalk on Genesee Street outside of Skaneateles Furs last Saturday, Dec. 7, to encourage holiday shoppers to buy “cruelty free” gifts.
The Cazenovia Village Board of Trustees is moving toward holding a public referendum early next year in order to create a service award program for village firefighters which will, it is hoped, improve the fire department’s ability to recruit and retain new volunteers. While the program would be fully funded by the village — and village taxpayers — its cost of tens of thousands of dollars per year would be far less than the millions of dollars per year needed to fund a department staffed completely by professional firefighters, which could be necessitated by a lack of volunteers.
Got a garden gnome you would like to retire but just can't bear to throw away? The Liverpool Public Library is looking for a few good gnomes who would like to relocate to the library's new wildlife habitat garden.
’Tis the season of giving, and you needn’t look too far to find a worthy recipient for your time and financial donations. Central New York has a wealth of deserving organizations doing good, and they’re all in need of your support. To get you started, here’s an A-to-Z primer (minus X), complete with a description of each along with websites, contact information and basic needs. Remember, these are just a few of the many deserving nonprofits in Central New York, and the introductions offered barely scratch the surface of the services they offer. Check out the websites of these organizations for more information. Got your own favorites? Feel free to share at Facebook.com/eaglestarreview.