On Sept. 1, the former Sanctuary Stables at 4000 Moseley Road in Cazenovia will change ownership and begin a new equine venture under the name of Skanda Equine LLC.
Dave Peek and his wife, Michelle, bought their home on Kastor Avenue in the village of Camillus with plans to fix it up. They couldn’t have planned for what happened next. “The second we had our daughter, Sarah, there were a lot of medical complications, and life just changed,” Dave Peek said. “All of our priorities changed.”
Many thanks to Susan Miller of the Yarn Cupboard and the wonderful group of women for holding their event as part of our Circles of Change campaign for Ophelia’s Place.
Each year, as the housing market fluctuates, so do equalization rates. Like many other towns, Spafford is no stranger to the highs and lows in the market, but now the town’s equalization rate is taking a hit having reached 114.55 percent.
Parking is about to get a little easier in the village of Cazenovia.
Add a little extra color and motion to your summer garden with containers designed to attract birds and butterflies.
Wells, Nevison restructure memorial garden behind library
When visitors of the Cazenovia Public Library walk from the back parking lot toward the entrance, they are able gaze upon a special garden containing various species of flowers and shrubs.
Local residents join forces to grow some of the season’s tallest cornstalks
The numerous cornstalks outside of Marlene Burrell’s shop, Flowers on Main Street, located at 85 Albany St. in Cazenovia, are now about as high as an elephant’s eye and expected to yield upward of 20 ears.
Vegetable stands and farmer’s markets are full of delicious fresh from the field foods — a sign the summer growing season is well under way. But when the bounty is bigger than a family’s appetite, what can be done to save your harvest from spoiling? Find your mother’s or grandmother’s old Ball canning jars and prepare yourself to be schooled during the area’s first-ever iCan event Saturday Aug. 11, at the Liverpool Community Church, which focuses on the art of home food preservation.
The Marcellus Open Air Market opened Thursday, June 7, in Marcellus Park. Throughout the summer, the Eagle Observer will interview farmers and other vendors at the local market to find out what’s in season and what’s in store for the coming months.
Anonymous benefactor, group of Welch Allyn volunteers help historic building remain viable
The Spafford Area Historical Society, which has been working for more than a decade to renovate and restore the historic Borodino Hall at the four corners in Borodino, has recently received some much needed — and somewhat unexpected — help from members of the local community. Employees of Welch Allyn volunteered their time to rebuild the deteriorated stage area of the hall while an anonymous benefactor recently paid for a complete exterior paint job on the building.
New Cazenovia business looks to enhance area residences
John David Hunter and Bob Winston, two of Cazenovia’s newest residents, are also the owners of one of Albany Street’s newest businesses, J.D Hunter Home.
The Cazenovia Town Board met Monday, July 9, to vote on a law regarding the town’s policy towards the installation of alternative septic systems.
Do you like having an endless supply of water? Well, if we want to keep it that way we need to start conserving. Conserving is easy, you just have to try.
Looking for a different kind of summer camp experience for your kids this summer? Look no further than REACH CNY’s Camp Green Teen, a day camp for 10- to 15-year-olds based at Liverpool Community Church. The camp is aimed at helping teens make healthy decisions for themselves and their surroundings and making them aware of the many unique facets of the Central New York environment, according to program coordinator Christina Mills. The camp’s activities are almost too numerous to mention. They range from a visit to the Onondaga Lake restoration site to fishing to an egg drop to a zipline and ropes course to discussions about healthy eating and local food. “We’re doing so much,” Mills said. “It’s all about having fun and learning, too. We’re going to be doing very active learning.”