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Jennifer Wing

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Baldwinsville Turkey Day Race returns

Kiwanis event in its 45th year

The 45th Annual Turkey Day Race returns on Thanksgiving, Nov. 28. The 5k race starts at 9:15 a.m. and 10k race starts at 10 a.m. at C.W. Baker High School, 29 E. Oneida St, Baldwinsville. There is also a half-mile kids fun run that kicks off at 8:30 a.m.

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L & J.G. Stickley committed to CNY; projects continued growth

Edward J. Audi appointed president

Edward J. Audi was recently appointed president of L & J.G. Stickley Inc. of Manlius, manufacturer and marketer of premium-quality solid wood and upholstered furniture. Audi was formerly executive vice president of the 112-year-old privately-held company and president of its Stickley International division.

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My inspiration: The warrior with the beautiful smile

When I first met Eva Donahue, I didn’t realize what an impact she would have on my life. Knowing her has, in fact, lengthened my life.

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Crossfit in the 'Cuse

Teamwork, friendly competition all part of CNY’s newest fitness craze

Gym? Check! Equipment? Check! Weights? Check! Mats? Check! Sure, CrossFit Syracuse has the trappings of most exercise facilities to be found in Central New York. So, what gives? Why is CrossFit, according to Forbes contributor Patrick Rishe, “one of the fastest growing sports in America which only looks to build upon the financial and popular successes it has achieved in just one short year?” “The workouts are killer, the coaching is extremely important and the scalability makes CrossFit a universal opportunity,” said CrossFit Syracuse co-owner Ellen Spicer.

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Mud and motivation

Team Trifecta takes the course in memory of a lost teammate

Team Trifecta has run many races together. “We’ve competed together in many sprint triathlons, the Syracuse Half Ironman and the Marine Corp Marathon,” said Lisa Hoover, Skaneateles resident and Team Trifecta member. But this race was different. This race was in memory of a friend.

Three to vie for gavel

Danaher, Hughes, Palazzoli announce candidacy for Fayetteville justice

Three Fayetteville residents have thrown their hat in the ring to fill Tom Miller's remaining term as Fayetteville village justice. Tom Miller was elected to the Onondaga County Court last year, leaving three years of his four-year term to be filled by the winner of a special election to be held March 19. Fayetteville Village Clerk Lorie Corsette said Feb. 5 is the first day people can file an “independent nominating petition for office to be filled at the general village election.” “The last day to file is Tuesday, Feb 12,” Corsette said. Chris Danaher, Jim Hughes and Kristin Palazzoli announced their intentions to run for the position.

A message to the little ones lost on Dec. 14

Dear Charlotte, Daniel, Olivia, Josephine, Ana, Dylan, Madeline, Jesse, Catherine, Chase, James, Grace, Emilie, Jack, Noah, Caroline, Jessica, Avielle, Benjamin and Allison, You were taken too soon, that is true. It is also true that you have experienced an unimaginable, horrifying end to your promising lives. I am so truly sad that this world will not experience you as teenagers, young adults, mothers, fathers, aunts, uncles, grandfathers and grandmothers. You didn’t get your chance to fulfill the promise in your shining eyes and wide grins depicted in the photos lovingly treasured and shared by your families.

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Chill thrills

Five fun things to do in CNY this winter.

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Pave the Way Day Care opens in Minoa

A new business is now open in the village of Minoa.

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Scout to build benches in Perry Springs

Perry Springs in Manlius will be the site of two benches to be constructed as part of a local scout’s Eagle Scout project.

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Pisaneschi joins Cazenovia Republican staff

Central New York native Sandy Pisaneschi is the new advertising sales consultant for the Cazenovia Republican.

Eagle editors honored by Syracuse Press Club, New York Press Association

Eagle Newspapers writers were among journalists honored with awards for excellence in their field at recent award ceremonies.

‘Manlius Square’ project eyed: Village refers application to planning board

A developer’s plans for the vacant lot at the intersection of Fayette Street and Highbridge Road will be brought before the village of Manlius Planning Board after a presentation given at the village board of trustee’s regular meeting Tuesday, March 27.

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Village of Minoa Trustee Ronald L. Cronk retires

After a total of 24 years on the Minoa Village Board, Ronald L. Cronk sat in the front of the boardroom for the last time Monday, March 19.

Village of Manlius ups ambulance fees, collection procedures

The village of Manlius Board of Trustees raised its ambulance fees to match those of the village of Fayetteville at its regular meeting Tuesday, March 13.

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Village of Manlius Swan Pond plan gets makeover, of sorts

The village of Manlius’ planned makeover of the Swan Pond and park around it is in the midst of a makeover of its own.

Sidewalk talk: Manlius residents speak against Park Drive plan

Village of Manlius residents spoke against a plan to install sidewalks on Eureka and Park drives as part of a community development grant application during a public hearing Tuesday.

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Choices now can determine career marketability later

Help, resources available for CNY high school students

It’s a rite of passage – graduation from high school. A milestone. A first step on the road to becoming a successful part of the workforce. So, where to go from here? For many, the obvious answer is college, the military or a trade school.

Confessions of a consumer: Retail therapy or shopaholism?

I’m the first to admit that I love shopping. If there is a bargain to be had, I’m there. If there is a product in high demand, I will hunt it down.

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Car fans unite

Car Club Association of CNY gives back, keeps members informed on auto issues

The Car Club Association of Central New York was founded in the fall of 1988 by a group of dedicated car enthusiasts to provide communication among local clubs.

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Carter Upholstery all in the family

Nedrow business stresses customer service

In the 1950s Bernie Carter spent time “dabbling” with replacing automobile tops and seat covers for friends and family. Now, more than 60 years later, the upholstery business born from his early efforts is still thriving in Central New York.

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Wild Bird Center spreads its wings Seneca

Street Emporium to debut this spring

The Wild Bird Center is growing, and the Manlius area will be prettier because of it - and not only from the beautiful birds gracing feeders in residents’ yards.

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L. & J.G. Stickley: A company on the move

Legacy of family business’s success credited to loyal employees, customers, dealers and Stickley’s unparalleled quality

One couple with great aspirations certainly had their work cut out for them when they decided to purchase a struggling furniture company with a sterling reputation.

Internist Associates of CNY provides the highest quality patient care

For more than 40 years, the central mission of the Internist Associates of Central New York has been to provide quality internal medicine and related services to their patients in a courteous, professional and efficient manner.

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Do supersized practices mean super service?

Two CNY orthopedic groups discuss the changing face of care in their field

Upstate Orthopedics is affiliated with Upstate Medical University and University Hospital and is located at the Bone and Joint Center, a 100,000 square foot center at 6620 Fly Road in East Syracuse. According to its website, Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists, PC (SOS) “is a group of specialty trained and focused orthopedic surgeons and mid-level providers [of] customized care to patients at our seven conveniently located offices in and around the Syracuse area.” So, is bigger better? Yes, according to those associated with both practices.

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She’s on ‘board’ in the village of Manlius

Martha Dygert discusses her new position as clerk-treasurer for the village of Manlius.

Manlius FD facility improvements a step closer

The village of Manlius is one step closer to renovating its Fire Station No. 2, located at 4500 Pompey Center Road.

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Passing the torch…kind of

Now that the kids are getting older they’re breaking new ground in a lot of ways – Cassidy is learning multiplication and division; Jacob is playing basketball and excelling in his own schoolwork. One first the kids had last month was their first ski (Cassidy) and snowboard (Jacob) lessons.