News for Friday, August 12, 2011



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Three injured in Van Buren accident

Incident raises question of speed reduction in area

Michele Walters was driving this 2006 Chrysler 300 east along Route 31 with her 12-year-old son, Mark, as a passenger before Keith Conger, 52, of Baldwinsville drove through a stop sign at the 690 south exit along Route 31/Downer Street, which caused Walters to t-bone Conger’s minivan, totaling both vehicles.

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‘Annie’ affirms Baldwinsville Theatre Guild future

Stage-savvy kids assure BTG success for years to come

Having first staged “Tish” in 1943, the Baldwinsville Theatre Guild is the longest-running community theater group in Central New York, and it keeps that torch burning by passing it on to young entertainers.

B'ville FACS teachers prepare for state changes

The New York State Association of Family and Consumer Science (FACS) Educators held a professional development conference July 26 and 27 in Owego, which proved energizing for approximately 50 teachers from around New York State.

Mom’s Morning Out begins fall session

Community Wesleyan Church will begin a new session of Mom’s Morning Out from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 27.

Vote for Shepard in county primary

As a public servant for 37 years, in various capacities, I believe I have a good idea of the attributes that the public is seeking in their county legislator. We are very fortunate to have a candidate of the caliber of Derek Shepard.

Onondaga falls short in World Series title quest

16-18 baseball all-stars reach quarterfinals, lose to Cape Cod

Onondaga Babe Ruth Baseball’s 16-18 All-Stars tried to accomplish what nine previous Syracuse-based teams could not - namely, win the biggest event of all, the Babe Ruth World Series.