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Paul Quinn is the first Farmers Insurance agent on the east side
Over the last 35 years, Paul Quinn has worked in almost every aspect of insurance. He’s worked for several insurance carriers and one large insurance agency. He has been responsible for managing underwriting, marketing and sales functions at various corporate levels.
Fayetteville teen awarded $36,000 for providing low-income families with everyday essentials
It all started when Adena Rochelson volunteered at a local food pantry. Rochelson, who was 9 years old at the time, noticed an empty shelf that was intended to hold personal care items, like toilet paper and soap.
Residents will decide the fate of the position with a referendum Sept. 23
On July 23, more than 50 concerned DeWitt residents packed town hall for a public hearing to discuss whether or not to change the town clerk from an elected to appointed position.
Manlius author publishes book promoting awareness of changing family dynamics
During his more than 20 years of teaching in elementary schools in Brooklyn, Atlanta and Washington DC, Jason Galvez taught many different classes, several subjects and hundreds of students. And during his time working in Washington, DC, only one of his students came from a home with a mother and a father.
For the last 17 years, Barbara Klim has served as the DeWitt town clerk. But on June 25, Klim announced that she plans to retire effective July 22, leaving a vacancy which needs to be filled immediately.
When the Underwood siblings were growing up in the DeWitt area, one of their favorite things to do as a family was to visit the local TCBY frozen yogurt shop, located in the plaza across from Tops.
The proposed Chapel Street Apartments in the village of Fayetteville are a step closer to becoming a reality.
Proceeds will pay for renovations to the museum
Since 1976, the Manlius Historical Society has documented history happening in within the town of Manlius and villages of Fayetteville, Manlius and Minoa.
Thousands left without power
Neighbors picking up brush. Parents keeping a watchful eye over wandering children. Power lines laying on the streets. Trees on top of houses and cars. All of these were common sights during the evening hours of July 8 and the majority of the next day in the village of East Syracuse following a storm that tore through the village around 6 p.m. on Tuesday, July 8.
Village hopes to hold a referendum Aug. 26
After almost seven years of research and planning, the Village of Manlius is ready to take the next step towards building a new fire station.