Take a good look at this photo. What is the group of bystanders looking at? See if you know where the photo was taken; it’s a place many of us pass daily. Can you give two uses for the taller building in the center of the picture?
This holiday season, join in the events at Canton Woods and in the Baldwinsville Community. You will enjoy and fun and festive month.
To the editor: Dear Lysander residents, Thank you for supporting my candidacy for Lysander Town Supervisor. I would also like to congratulate Peter Moore and Bob Ellis, who were honored with the opportunity to serve on the board for the next four years.
To the editor: I want to thank the voters of the town of Lysander for your overwhelming show of support in the Nov. 3 election for Lysander town councilor.
To the editor: I would like to thank the residents of the town of Lysander for going to the polls on Election Day and showing their support for myself and my running mates.
What did you play with when you were young — balls, games, dolls … firetrucks? Or were you one of the gamers dedicating your time to joysticks and keyboards? Whatever you chose, the toys of your childhood helped shape the person you are today.
Babe Ruth. Jesse Jackson. Steve Jobs. Faith Hill. Nelson Mandela. These people might not seem like they have much in common, but there is one thing they share: all were adopted.
One of the most spectacular 19th century buildings in the village —the columned cobblestone edifice erected by Liverpool businessman Jonathan Hicks in 1854 — is now for sale.
About three and a half years ago, I received an email from Terry Patterson of Australia asking me if I had any information on a Hiram Sharp. Sharp was born in Clay, fought in the Patriot’s War in 1838, was captured by the British, eventually sent to the penal colony in Australia and never came back to America. Hiram was Patterson’s wife Margaret’s great great-grandfather.
To the editor: I want to sincerely thank everyone in the town of Cicero who supported me in my campaign for town supervisor.
Besides the thousands of books, DVDs, video games, magazines, and other typical library items you’d expect to find at the Northern Onondaga Public Libraries (NOPL), there are also lots of “unusual items” you can borrow. It is NOPL’s mission to “connect our members to information, ideas and imagination,” and this goes beyond providing a great selection of things to read.
James Bond has grown up. Actually that can be said of all four of the installments starring Daniel Craig, but the statement most definitely applies here. This is NOT your father’s James Bond. This is a Bond more in tune with the discerning action adventure fans of the 2000s.
These just in. Here’s a selection of books released by well-known and popular authors that you’ll want to read. From mysteries to satire and a trip to Wonderland, these stories will no doubt hit the bestseller lists.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
To the editor: This year’s Fall Festival was a huge undertaking to expand on the past three year’s events. It could not have been accomplished without the support of the community, businesses and individuals that donated both money and a time commitment to this event. Thank you to all of them and also to all of you who came out on a cold windy day to make all our work worthwhile.
In the springtime, our thoughts may turn to love but in autumn, they turn to pie — at least mine do. Sweet or savory, pie is an ancient dish, known at least as far back as the Romans, Greeks and Egyptians Even the most authoritative references are vague as to the origin of the word “pie,” so I feel competent to leap into the gap with my own associations.
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