- Petrella, Liverpool win at NY/NE Regional | 4 hours, 33 minutes ago
- F-M runners advance to Nike Nationals | 6 hours, 5 minutes ago
- Volunteer of the Month: Dennis Cleary — Willis Carrier Recreation Center | 1 day, 14 hours ago
- Area Police Blotters: Weeks of Nov. 6 to 15 | 1 day, 20 hours ago
- Editorial: CNY residents have to be open to the idea of an inland port | 2 days, 14 hours ago
- Movie Review: Satiated – ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2’ | 2 days, 20 hours ago
- Two projects vie to fill inland port need in Central New York | 3 days, 14 hours ago
Volunteer of the Month: Dennis Cleary — Willis Carrier Recreation Center 1 day, 14 hours ago
Area Police Blotters: Weeks of Nov. 6 to 15 1 day, 20 hours ago
Editorial: CNY residents have to be open to the idea of an inland port 2 days, 14 hours ago
Two projects vie to fill inland port need in Central New York 3 days, 14 hours ago
Grimes girls open, rally past Skaneateles 4 days, 4 hours ago
What's on PAC-B? Nov. 28 to Dec. 4 4 days, 9 hours ago
Baldwinsville Christmas Bureau helps provide happy holidays for families in need 4 days, 9 hours ago
Church to close 4 days, 9 hours ago
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- F-M runners advance to Nike Nationals
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Lifestyle and Entertainment
- Volunteer of the Month: Dennis Cleary — Willis Carrier Recreation Center
- Movie Review: Satiated – ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2’
- What's on PAC-B? Nov. 28 to Dec. 4
- Church to close
- NOPL news: Channel your inner artist at the library
Letters to the Editor
- LETTER: Keep an eye out for vandalism at park
- LETTER: Dell thanks voters
- LETTER: Saraceni thankful to Lysander voters
- LETTER: Thanks from Ellis
- LETTER: Moore thanks voters
- Area Police Blotters: Weeks of Nov. 6 to 15
- LETTER: Keep an eye out for vandalism at park
- Area police blotters, Week of Nov. 13 to 20
- Police warn of increase in counterfeit credit card cases
- Area Police Blotters: Weeks of Oct. 31 to Nov. 11
- Two projects vie to fill inland port need in Central New York
- Liverpool: Tulip Street neighbors worried about proposed Meyer Manor Apartments
- LIVIN' IN LIVERPOOL: LaMont’s death marks end of an era
- Hunger does not have a season
- Shop Small Saturday campaign begins on Nov. 28
When I began writing this monthly column one of my concerns was “Would there be enough people that could be honored as being a volunteer of the month to sustain the column for a period of time?” The fact that is it my 40th column answers that question, and is an indication that there is a plethora of volunteers in the area, and that should make us proud to call ourselves Central New Yorkers. One of these volunteers is Dennis Cleary, the Eagle Bulletin Volunteer of the Month for November 2015.
Weeks of Nov. 6 to 15
The Panama Canal in Central America is currently finishing up an expansion project that would allow for larger cargo ships to pass through, which will greatly affect the global trade industry.
Many local officials, manufacturers and businesses believe that there is a need for an inland port to handle international cargo in the Central New York area. To fill that need, there are two competing projects vying for the approval of local officials to come to fruition.
Cobras turn game around with Wade's big third quarter
Two days before Thanksgiving, the Bishop Grimes girls basketball team's latest championship quest got underway. Expected to vie for both OHSL Liberty division and Section III Class B honors, the Cobras faced immediate adversity in Tuesday night's season opener against visiting Skaneateles, but combined inside and outside play in the second half to come back and beat the Lakers 49-38.
Baldwinsville PAC-B, the public access cable channel 98 for Time Warner and channel 30 for Verizon FIOS, is available 24 hours a day to provide video and information of local interest. For the convenience of the public, the schedule of the next ten programs is aired on PAC-B TV at 9 a.m., noon, 3, 6 and 9 p.m. daily. The Baldwinsville Bulletin Board will air from midnight to 9 a.m. daily. For anyone that missed a program on TV, many of the programs are available on the internet. To access the previous videos online, a link is available at pacbtv.org.
For the past seven years, the Christmas Bureau has helped Elizabeth share the holiday spirit with her family. Her children were overjoyed to receive wrestling toys one year. “Because they appreciate the little things, everything they get, they appreciate it,” Elizabeth said of her kids.
Despite Hillview Community’s closure, mission project lives on
The last year at Hillview Community Church has been a rough one. With its membership and finances dwindling, the church will close after its final service on Sunday, Nov. 29. But there’s a silver lining to that “dark cloud”: despite the church’s closing, the “outhouse” charity project — started by Pastor Joe to provide area food pantries with toilet paper and other personal hygiene items — will live on.
In recent years, many Central New York school districts and BOCES have answered the call and created CTE opportunities for their students.
Two dozen residents of the Tulip Street area north of the Thruway attended the Nov. 16 meeting of the Liverpool Village Board of Trustees to express their concerns about a 130-unit apartment complex proposed for their neighborhood.
Residents in the town of Clay will pay about 3.4 percent more in taxes in 2016, according to the budget passed Nov. 16 by the town board.
Taxpayers in the town of Salina will pay less than a dollar a month more in town taxes next year.
While the Cicero Town Board won’t receive a raise next year, spending is up more than 9 percent in the 2016 budget, which the town board approved Nov. 18 in a 4-1 vote.
CNY doctors learn about treating transgender youth
Many people experience anxiety before a visit to the doctor, but for transgender youth, that anxiety is amplified. There are few providers in Central New York who cater specifically to transgender populations, and some trans people have reported being harassed or turned away from seeking care.