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Allstate Foundation donates $1000 to DeWitt Little League Baseball Inc.

Allstate Insurance agent John Spencer II, whose office is located at 6585 Kinne Road in Dewitt, has received the Agency Hands in the Community Award for his commitment to volunteering in the community. With this award came a $1000 grant from The Allstate Foundation for Little League Baseball Inc., where Spencer volunteers.

Creekside redevelopment plans moving forward

The Creekside area redevelopment project along Riverside Drive in the village is moving forward, with area plans and designs taking shape and discussions underway with a developer interested in potentially building a senior living center on the property, the village board announced at its Sept. 8 meeting.

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Same service, new face

Hudson family pleased to find someone to continue longstanding family business

After three generations, Baldwinsville auto repair shop and family business Hudson & Mowins will be in the hands of another family. Owners Greg and Cathy Hudson are selling the 69-year-old business to technician Rich Stonecypher and his wife Gwen.

Greater Liverpool Chamber of Commerce celebrates 40 years

What began in 1975 as a small coalition of businesses within the Liverpool Central School District has grown to 400 members. The Greater Liverpool Chamber of Commerce celebrates its 40th anniversary next week.

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FROM THE ASSEMBLY: Improvements to the state fair will boost our local economy

For over a century, the state fair has had tremendous success in attracting visitors from all over the country to Central New York. This year was no exception. Recently, I joined state leaders as we announced plans to build on the fair’s success and economic impact by making it a world-class destination for conventions and other events all year-round.

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LIVIN' IN LIVERPOOL: We were ‘Jive Talkin'’ back in ’75!

Forty years passed in a flash, but I can still remember the sounds of 1975.

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New tea lounge opens on Albany Street

For more than a year Cazenovians have been wondering what business would be going into the former Circa location at 76 Albany St., that downtown corner space wrapped in windows? On Friday, Aug. 28, the answer opened its doors for business: The Loka Leaf Tea Lounge.

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Empire Brewing Company to produce official beer of Madison County HopFest

The Madison County Hop Fest is celebrating its 20th anniversary next week, and Empire Brewing Company, whose owner lives in Cazenovia and who is currently constructing a new farmstead brewery in the village, is making the festival’s official beer.

Par’s Indoor Golf coming to DeWitt Town Center

The local golf season is now year round in the Syracuse area with a planned opening of Par’s Indoor Golf at the DeWitt Town Center at 3179 Erie Boulevard.

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King’s Kids Christian Child Care celebrates 30 years

Will hold community celebration Sept. 20

King’s Kids Christian Child Care, located at the First Baptist Church at 408 Pleasant St. in Manlius, has been serving the needs of families with a variety of child care programs for school-aged kids for the past 30 years.

Manlius, Fayetteville residents with Bond, Schoeneck & King named 2015 Upstate New York ‘Super Lawyers’

Bond, Schoeneck & King PLLC is pleased to announce that six Manlius and three Fayetteville residents in Bond's Syracuse office that have been recognized in the 2015 “Upstate New York Super Lawyers” list.

Public meeting coming to Caz for CNY Regional Recreation and Heritage Plan

The CNY Regional Planning and Development Board is developing a Regional Recreation and Heritage Plan to improve local quality of life and revive regional economic growth by guiding future improvements to the connectivity of existing regional recreational and heritage resources and by augmenting regional identity through recommendations for a wayfinding system to guide future visitors. They are holding a public meeting in Cazenovia soon.

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State supreme court decides against Owera

Judge upholds eight of 10 town conditions for winery to construct new events building

The Cazenovia Town Planning Board has the legal right to impose nearly all of the conditions it included in its site plan approval for Owera Vineyards’ proposed new event center on its East Lake Road property and, if the owners of Owera find these conditions too onerous, their best recourse may be to relocate their operations to a town parcel more appropriately zoned for the commercial activity in which the winery seeks to engage. This was the opinion of Acting State Supreme Court Justice Dennis K. McDermott in his Aug. 26 decision on Owera’s Article 78 lawsuit against the town of Cazenovia.

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Manlius Family Barbershop moves to Limestone Commons

Manlius Family Barbershop, a locally-owned business that provides walk-in haircuts and stylings for all ages, recently relocated to the Limestone Commons in Manlius between Murphy’s Specialized Pastry and the Dollar Tree.

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Fayetteville, DeWitt and Jamesville residents named to list of 2015 ‘Super Lawyers’

Bousquet Holstein PLLC has announced that eight of the firm’s attorneys have been named to the 2015 issue of “New York Super Lawyers – Upstate Edition.” They include: David A. Holstein, Steven A. Paquette, Christine Woodcock Dettor, Paul M. Predmore, and L. Micha Ordway. In addition, Emilee Lawson Hatch, Cecelia R.S. Cannon and Aaron D. Frishman have been designated as “Upstate New York Super Lawyers Rising Stars.”