Even if we haven’t exchanged snow for snowdrops spring break looms on the horizon. Save your money and your sanity with the help of your library. We have lots of programs and resources to help you get through those inconvenient days when school’s out and the playgrounds aren’t open.
Willow Health and Wellness Center hosts Earth Day Half Marathon and 5K April 19
What better way to celebrate Earth Day than by dashing through the dusty paths of local farmland, enjoying the view and the breeze? The Willow Health and Wellness Center is teaming up with CNY Solar Inc., Emmi and Sons and Reeves Farms for the Earth Day Half Marathon and 5K. The race takes place April 19 at Emmi and Sons on West Genesee Road in B’ville.
Students at Burton Street Elementary School last week spent a day learning and even teaching about physical and mental health at the school’s first Health and Wellness Fair.
The Enders Road Elementary School gymnasium was recently transformed into a gymnastics center, outfitted with thick, cushy mats covering much of the hardwood floors and climbing ropes dangling from the ceiling.
March is for mud and making new friends, new commitments and new opportunities and today we are glad to announce a new opportunity for all our users.
Superintendent says project is about $82,000 under budget so far
The Jamesville-DeWitt school district has approved the bids for the general construction and electrical phases of the $3.1 million capital project that will add a turf field and replace stadium lights to the main athletic facility at the high school.
Onondaga County Parks is offering an American Red Cross lifeguard training and certification course beginning with a pre-screening skills evaluation on Saturday April 4, with classes to start on Monday April 6 at Jamesville-DeWitt Middle School.
Madison County Health Department announced on March 19 its first positive rabies results this year in three animals. In the town of Lebanon a cow and cat tested positive for rabies and in the town of Hamilton a cat also tested positive for rabies.
Workouts B’ville picks up where Riverside Fitness left off
The former Riverside Fitness Center is now under new ownership, but customers are staying the course at the village gym, according to Workouts B’ville manager Jamie Miccuci.
Welcome to mud season, when the ice curtains fall from the roof and the snow recedes enough to reveal the things lost and abandoned in the winter season. It’s time to open the curtains, dust the far recesses of our rooms and get ready for the challenges and delights of the next season. In the meantime, don’t forget the library is here to help you plan your projects and calm the fevered nerves of impatient gardeners and sportsmen.
The village of North Syracuse Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a new community yoga session this spring for area residents, ages 15 and older.
The Fayetteville-Manlius Newcomers Club would like to welcome new members of the area as well as neighbors who are already here.
USRowing Masters Regional Championships set to race June 28 on Onondaga Lake’s new seven-lane course
The second annual USRowing Northeast/Mid-Atlantic Masters Regional Championships hosted by the Syracuse Chargers Rowing Club Sunday, June 28, is unlikely to attract the same kind of crowd that flocked to the IRA races all those years ago.
6th Annual Irish Road Bowling Tournament set for March 15
Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, the Irish Road Bowling Tournament returns for its sixth round March 15 at Onondaga Lake Park.
Many people are under the assumption that if they sign the back of their driver’s license, then they are a registered organ donor. Signing the back of your license is a good first step, as this indicates your personal wishes, but in order to be listed as an organ donor in the state registry, residents must fill out either an online form through the Department of Motor Vehicles or print and mail a form to the Department of Health. Being registered allows health care officials to better assist those who are on the waiting list for an organ.