- Liverpool, C-NS field hockey tie | 39 minutes ago
- Golfers advance at sectional tournament | 1 hour, 16 minutes ago
- Monaco advances at golf sectionals | 1 hour, 25 minutes ago
- Christopher advances at golf sectionals | 1 hour, 40 minutes ago
- J-D girls volleyball improves to 10-1 | 2 hours, 10 minutes ago
- Volleyball Lakers fall to Westhill | 2 hours, 11 minutes ago
- Area police blotters: Weeks of Sept. 13 to 30 | 4 hours, 30 minutes ago
Liverpool, C-NS field hockey tie 39 minutes ago
Area police blotters: Weeks of Sept. 13 to 30 4 hours, 30 minutes ago
Fourth time not a charm — Burglar caught red-handed in Caz Sports Bowl 21 hours, 30 minutes ago
Cocli Collection brings unique French fashions to Fayetteville 22 hours, 30 minutes ago
Historic DeWitt cemetery on the road to repair 22 hours, 30 minutes ago
Column: October Volunteer of the Month 1 day, 4 hours ago
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- Liverpool, C-NS field hockey tie
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- Christopher advances at golf sectionals
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- Cocli Collection brings unique French fashions to Fayetteville
- Historic DeWitt cemetery on the road to repair
- Manlius Art Cinema to present National Theatre of London’s production of ‘The Beaux’ Strategem’
- Upstate University Hospital physicians bring back the ‘house call’
- Manlius Library celebrating centennial on Oct. 17
Letters to the Editor
- From the mailbag: Cicero VFD thanks first responders for help in fatal crash
- From the mailbag: Cicero needs a responsible budget, not what’s been proposed
- From the mailbag: Common sense lacking in Lysander
- From the mailbag: Book collection turning into an eyesore
- From the mailbag: NWFD thanks the voters
- Area police blotters: Weeks of Sept. 13 to 30
- Caz College student arrested for threatening females with knife
- Fourth time not a charm — Burglar caught red-handed in Caz Sports Bowl
- Area police blotters: Week of Sept. 18 to 25
- Area police blotters: Weeks of Sept. 15 to 23
- Cocli Collection brings unique French fashions to Fayetteville
- Fayetteville Dunkin' Donuts set to open in mid-November
- Fayetteville Village Apartments developer responds to F-M School District’s concerns
- Livin' in Liverpool: The trouble with the truth
- CAP to host annual fundraising gala and silent auction
- Column: October Volunteer of the Month
- The spirit of the ‘Cazenovia Curmudgeon’ lives
- Canton Woods Senior Center: Walk for the Woods a success
- Baldwinsville History Mystery: Do you know anything about this picture?
- Remembering Clay: Immanuel Lutheran Church celebrates centennial anniversary of groundbreaking
Warriors recover from 5-0 defeat to Cazenovia
Neither of the two regular-season games between the Liverpool and Cicero-North Syracuse field hockey team this fall ended in regulation. And in fact, there wasn’t even a resolution to Wednesday night’s clash at LHS Stadium, where the Warriors again surrendered a second-half lead and, on this occasion, were unable to reclaim the advantage, settling for a 1-1 tie with the Northstars.
Weeks of Sept. 10 to 30
Cazenovia police have arrested an 18-year-old Cazenovia College student on menacing, weapons and drug charges after he allegedly threatened two female students with a knife, and allegedly held a knife to one girl’s throat.
Police encircle building, find suspect hiding in bowling alley ceiling
Cazenovia Sports Bowl was burglarized for the third time in three weeks this past Wednesday, Oct. 7, and then, only 24 hours later, the alleged burglar returned for a fourth robbery. And this time, Cazenovia police caught him in the act.
Ever since she was young, Claire Chardon has been sewing her own trousers and knitting different articles of clothing. “It’s something I’ve been interested in for a long time and one of my dreams has always been to have my own line of clothing,” she said.
It’s been more than 110 years since the last burial occurred at Messina Springs Cemetery on James Street in DeWitt – and for decades the cemetery looked like what it was: abandoned. During the past few years, however, members of the community and DeWitt town officials have been working to rehabilitate this historic spot and have made great strides this year.
The Manlius Art Cinema has announced its next production as host for Central New York’s screenings of the Royal National Theatre of London will be “The Beaux’ Strategem” at 11 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 11, with two encore performances to be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 15, and at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 24.
While this column has mostly featured people in the midst of their careers and retired people, there have been a few precious times when the volunteer of the month is still in the process of getting an education. I use the word ‘precious’ selectively, as I have no doubt that these younger people will grow and be an asset to their communities and to the country. Josh Rodriguez is one of these people, and he is the Eagle Bulletin October Volunteer of the Month.
Wildcats edge Auburn by single shot, 404-405
West Genesee's five-year quest to add a second Section III Class AA championship to the one it earned in 2010 finally ended - by the narrowest margin possible. The Wildcats held off Auburn by a single shot to earn the sectional title Wednesday at Arrowhead Golf Club in East Syracuse, also fending off Cicero-North Syracuse Blue by two shots.
Woman identified as Ragina Garrison of Perryville Road
Police personnel from three counties and the state parks are currently searching for a missing 49-year-old woman on a stretch of Perryville Road in Fenner just before the Canastota town line.
On July 25, the family of George Pfeiffer went through a tragic ordeal when Pfeiffer, owner of G.P. Bodyworks on 8640 Genesee Turnpike in Fayetteville, was killed in an accident while working on a car at his business.
Upstate at Home will send a doctor to your residence as an option for individuals who may want medical care in the comfort of their home.
The Manlius Library is celebrating a century of service and community support with an all-day event on Saturday, Oct. 17. Between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m., the public is invited to enjoy the festivities. The library’s new teen room will be officially unveiled, as well as a new gallery of beautiful Audubon prints, donated by Manlius residents Harold and Barbara Jones.
Proceeds from ‘The Art of a Life’ to benefit the art park
At five-years-old, Dorothy Riester declared, “I’m going to be an artist!” Ninety-three years later, Riester is not only an artist, she’s considered an inspiration by artists from all over — pioneer and trailblazer for the arts. The lively and sometimes provocative life of Dorothy is now documented in her new book, “The Art of a Life, Dorothy Riester: A Memoir,” as told to Victoria Kennedy.