More than 50 Cazenovia Central School District residents came out to the high school Wednesday night to meet and hear the issue positions of the four candidates seeking seats on the school board in the upcoming May 19 election. The four candidates — Jennifer Bradstreet, David Mehlbaum, Louis Orbach and Jennifer Parmalee — all participated in the forum, which was sponsored by the Cazenovia League of Women Voters and moderated by Anne Redfern.
The May 19 Cazenovia Board of Education election will feature four candidates running for three open seats. The candidates are David Mehlbaum, Louis Orbach, Jennifer Parmalee and Jennifer Bradstreet. The three highest vote-getters will be elected to the board. Each will serve a three-year term, beginning July 1. The Cazenovia Republican sent each candidate a questionnaire in order to publish a profile to inform potential voters of who they are and what they stand for, although not all candidates followed the template we provided.
The Fayetteville-Manlius School District track and turf field will be closed to the public from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 17.
There are three candidates for three open seats on the Baldwinsville Central School District Board of Education. Voters can go to the polls from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Baker High School in the auditorium.
Liverpool High School senior athletes, along with six new inductees to the LHS Athletic Hall of Fame, will be honored during a banquet at the school on Sunday, June 7.
On May 7 and 8, two local OCM-BOCES students headed to Morrisville to test their car repair skills. Tyler Farley of Liverpool and Izack Alvarado of Mattydale were among 20 students statewide to participate in the state finals of the Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills Competition at Morrisville State College. Working in teams of two, the students competed in a timed-contest against nine other teams from around the state to correctly identify and fix intentionally installed “bugs” on identical 2015 Ford Fiestas.
This week’s Liverpool High School Senior of the Week is Olivia Cretaro.
Letters to the editor that ran in the May 13, 2015 edition of the Eagle Bulletin.
Along with the school’s 2015-16 budget, the voters of the East Syracuse Minoa School District will have the opportunity to vote from four candidates to fill two seats on the school’s board of education.
On Tuesday, May 19, residents in the Jamesville-DeWitt school district will vote on several matters pertaining to the district from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the high school.
Professor Emerita Margery A. Pinet and the Christakos family to be honored
Cazenovia College will host its 190th Commencement ceremony at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, May 16. Alumni, faculty, staff, trustees, parents, friends and neighbors of the college community will join together to celebrate the accomplishments of the Class of 2015. Alumnus Shane O’Dell ’02, will be commencement speaker. This year’s candidate for the doctor of humane letters, honoris causa, will be presented to Margery A. Pinet, and the Christakos family of Cazenovia will receive the college’s Distinguished Service Award.
More than 30 students from Jamesville-DeWitt high school gathered after school on Thursday, May 7, to listen to and speak with Investigator Randy Andrews from the DeWitt Police Department about how to properly handle interactions with police officers.
On May 19, voters in the Fayetteville-Manlius School District will decide on the purchase of four new 70-passenger school buses and two Chevrolet Suburbans to be used for student transportation at a total cost not to exceed $553,318.
Cazenovia Middle School has announced its recent citizens of the quarter.
This question of value is at the forefront of our thoughts as we gear up for an exciting season of events at Stone Quarry Hill Art Park. For many non-profits and arts and cultural organizations, value is intangible and unique. Perhaps you value the outdoors and enjoy having a place to hike. Perhaps you value coming to the gallery, enjoying the sculptures or challenging your imagination. In order to be of value to a wide range of people, the Art Park must offer a variety of experiences and opportunities. This year, we’re doing just that.