Neil Benjamin Jr.

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Neil Benjamin Jr. served as an editor and reporter for the Eagle Observer, Eagle Bulletin and The Eagle.

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I-81’s future is in your hands

Syracusans offer input at public forum

At the public I-81 Challenge held May 9 at the Oncenter, the study to determine the future of the road that divides the city took another step in the rehabilitation process by displaying thoughts from the May 2011 meeting, while also gathering more information from the more than 450 people who attended the forum.

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Olan Mack is Westcott Community Center’s new director

The 44-year-old used to run a community center in Ithaca

Though Steve Susman has retired as executive director of the Westcott Community Center, the place has a new person in charge. And Susman believes he’s the perfect person for the job.

Marcellus voters pass budget, library proposition; three incumbents win BOE spots

David Kelly will remain Board of Education President.

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J-D budget passes with ease; incumbents win re-election

Community gives resounding yes to budget and propositions

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A SKEWED VIEW: Bonamassa brings hot licks back to CNY

Talented guitarist, born in New Hartford, is playing the Landmark on Thursday.

UPDATE: VersuS gallery to open Saturday night at new location

On Saturday from 7 p.m. to midnight, VersuS is holding its version of opening day, with an exhibit that features 30 artists.

Five vie for three spots on J-D BOE

With the Jamesville-DeWitt School Board election slated for 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. May 15 at the high school, the Eagle Bulletin has reached out to each candidate with a list of questions to help voters get to know them.

Tillie’s Touch drive happening Saturday

Tilie’s Touch, a sports equipment drive started by Dale Johnson back in 2009, is holding its annual charity event on May 12 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Manlius Rec Center on Stickley Drive.

Four vie for three spots on Marcellus BOE

Marcellus Board of Education members Jeffrey Crysler and David Kelly’s terms are expiring, but both will run again in the upcoming election.

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Workout class keeps seniors moving

This isn’t Planet Fitness, rather a workout class for seniors taught by Miri Ely, a certified personal trainer, at the Camillus Senior Center.

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