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Weekly event will take place Wednesdays beginning in June
It has been years since residents could purchase produce direct from local farmers within the village of Baldwinsville. But, thanks to the efforts of Mike Samoraj and willing participants, a farmers market will take place every Wednesday this harvest season in Village Square.
Passes resolution opposing a boulevard redesign of the interstate
Though it doesn’t pass through Skaneateles a redesign of Interstate 81’s passage through Syracuse could potentially affect the community negatively. The Skaneateles Town Board passed a resolution at its May 16 meeting providing its official position on the future of Interstate 81 in the city of Syracuse.
Mustangs rout Chittenango 18-4 to clinch first place
Long before any of its current players were born, the Marcellus softball team celebrated a league championship season in 1981. Three-plus decades later, the Mustangs reigned again, climbing to the top of the Onondaga High School League’s Liberty American division on the strength of a double-digit win streak.
The Baldwinsville Girls Crew Booster Club will host a Recycling for Rowers electronics collections event from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 19, in Kimbrook Plaza parking lot (behind Tim Horton’s) at the corner of routes 31 and 57.
Laura Thurston is no stranger to music and poetry.
Sgt. First Class John White, of Baldwinsville, reenlisted to continue service with the 27th Infantry Brigade Combat Team.
Center will hold grand opening celebration May 25 and 26
For the majority of the last 25 years, Tony Riposo has been a one-man travelling yoga instructor, teaching classes in church basements and recreation centers across Central New York. And his wife, Mary Riposo, has been practicing and teaching reiki out of her home and renting space in churches for the last nine. Over the duration of their careers, the Riposos have become somewhat of an underground wellness power couple, and with class sizes and clients increasing each year, it became apparent that they would need a permanent space of their own. So, in April, they opened the Infinite Light Center for Yoga and Wellness in Jamesville to finally give their students and clients a concrete destination for their wellness experiences.
Pete and George have been best friends forever.
Brandon Hart has spearheaded a project at the once-forgotten Hardscrabble Cemetery.
Four prominent persons from the past – John and Lydia McHarrie and Jonas and Betsy Baldwin – will come to life atop the McHarrie's Legacy float on May 30. The entry will celebrate the contributions made to this community by the first permanent settlers and by the family who most influenced development of the region.
Cazenovia Central School District students will have no school Friday, May 24, because the district used fewer than the maximum permitted snow days this year.
On four Mondays beginning May 20, OASIS will conduct a class, “The Civil War: War is Hell – the Destructive Road to Reunion” from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Cazenovia Library. Tom Henry, retired social studies teacher and adjunct professor of history at SUNY Cortland, will present the class.
Bees hurt by Mallaro's bat, Apps' relief pitching
For the Baldwinsville baseball team, it all might come down to whether it can beat Cicero-North Syracuse in order to repeat as Section III Class AA champions. In two tries during the regular season, the Bees have been unable to topple the Northstars, including Wednesday night’s 3-2 defeat at Gillette Field, where the CNY Counties League National division regular-season title and the top playoff seed was on the line.
Lauren Germain stands in the center of a room filled with members of American Association of University Women who gathered at Skaneateles Country Club on May 4 to hear her discuss a serious problem that is plaguing American universities: gender violence on campus.