One of Liverpool’s most popular restaurants went dark temporarily the night of Oct. 30 as Heid’s shut down so that its staff could pay respects to owner John Parker. Parker, who has owned the hot dog hotspot since 1995, lost his battle with cancer Oct. 26.
The state Department of Environmental Conservation, in coordination with the state Department of Agriculture and Markets, has announced it is proposing new regulations to help control invasive species, including aquatic invasive species, and will accept public comments until Dec. 23.
Local 10-year-old continues to improve after falling down a well on Oct. 26
Approximately 200 members of the Cazenovia community attended a prayer service and candlelight vigil last week for Charlie Thompson, the 10-year-old boy who remains in stable but critical condition in Golisano Children’s Hospital after falling down a well on Oct. 26. Family, friends and supporters of Charlie of all ages — including many of his classmates and teachers from Cazenovia Middle School — turned out to the service, which was held at the First Presbyterian Church of Cazenovia and led by Thompson family friend Rev. Ethan Worthington, Cazenovia regional minister for Eastern Hills Bible Church in Manlius.
My first contact with the Cazenovia Public Library was in 1967. In junior high school, I often stopped in to gaze at the mummy. Now, 46 years later, I am having the pleasure of displaying artwork in the library’s art gallery. A show of my original still lifes and landscapes — including five originals and 16 prints — will be on display from Nov. 1, 2013, to Jan. 31, 2014. All work is for sale unless labeled otherwise.
Local resident Tom Hayes, a member of the Cazenovia Writer's Group, recently won 21st place out of 2,441 entries in the annual Writer's Digest Poetry contest sponsored by Writer's Digest. The contest was open to all who compose a 32-line poem, rhymed or not. Hayes won a gift certificate, a compendium of Writer's Markets and was published in the top 50 poems of the year in Writer's Digest.
Here are the finish times for the 2013 Pumpkin Run from Oct. 27
Q&A with beekeeper Emily Wormuth
Emily Wormuth is a part-time children’s librarian at the DeWitt Community Library and a beekeeper. This year, as part of a program series for homeschooled children, Emily will be talking about her beekeeping experiences and the wonderful honeybee. We thought we’d share a few of these fascinating details with Eagle Bulletin readers.
Local 10-year-old who fell down a well last week continues to improve
Family, friends and supporters of 10-year-old Charlie Thompson will hold a prayer service and candlelight vigil from 6 to 6:30 p.m. tonight, Wednesday, Oct. 30, at the First Presbyterian Church of Cazenovia, located at 27 Albany St.
A new business, Willow Health and Wellness Center, opened this October in Baldwinsville. Located at 8090 Belgium Road, (the old location of the Parisi Speed schoolground floor of where Physical Therapy Plus currently resides) owners Michelle and Michael Samoraj are excited to bring their love of fitness and of support for the local business community to their newest enterprise.
Marcellus retiree’s book a culmination of a career spent covering fishing
“Fishing the Finger Lakes” isn’t just the title of J. Michael Kelly’s new book, it’s also one of his life-long passions.
Four Skaneateles High School students were finalists in the 2013 Bousquet Holstein photography contest — and one of them took first prize.
The Cazenovia Lions Club will be holding its annual TV raffle now through Saturday, Nov. 16. The club will sell raffle tickets for a 3D TV at various locations throughout the village, including MacKinnon Liquers, Buyea's Hardware, Kinney Drugs and Common Grounds.
The first-ever Hallowrun for Hunger, organized by Cicero-North Syracuse High School sophomores Liz Westfall and Megan Cuculich, raised more than $5,000 for the Food Bank of Central New York and attracted more than 300 runners.
Every year, as a way to give back to the community, the Liverpool High School girls’ volleyball teams hold a craft fair at the high school. This year, they’re doing a little something more. The teams will be collecting fabric to make blankets for the children at Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital.
We lost two prominent players in the local entertainment scene recently. Liverpool musician, teacher and concert coordinator George Miller, who lived in Liverpool his entire life, died Oct. 6. He was 76 years old. And comedian Big Mike Goss died Oct. 3. He was 60 years old.