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Stephanie Bouvia

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Market matters: Q&A with Kim Ramsden, Byrne Black Angus

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.

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Annual Jazz in the City concert series to begin Aug. 2

The annual Jazz in the City Neighborhood Outreach Concert Series will return to the city of Syracuse next month.

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Marcellus grads launch app web site Applits.com

What if you could own a billion-dollar company? That is exactly what Keith Shields, a 2010 graduate of Marcellus High School and junior at Ohio State University, thought when he first came up with the idea for Applits.com, a web site that allows users to submit their ideas for smartphone apps, in hopes of having that app developed.

St. Joseph’s named one of nation’s ‘most wired’ hospitals

For the third year in a row, St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center has been recognized as one of the nation’s “Most Wired,” according o the results of the 2012 Most Wired Survey released in the July issue of Hospitals & Health Networks magazine.

Syracuse resident appointed financial representative by Northwestern Mutual

Patrick Smeeding, of Syracuse, has been appointed financial representative by Northwestern Mutual in East Syracuse. He will be associated with Northwestern Mutual, the Greater New York Group.

East Syracuse residents arrested in exploitation case

DeWitt police arrested Christina Searles, 27, and Andrew Firnstein, 29, both of 131 Washburn Drive, East Syracuse, on Monday, July 16, for exploiting and stealing from an elderly man.

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Market matters: Q&A with Kathleen Barry, Syracuse

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.

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Market matters: Q&A with Travis North, Anna’s Flowers and Vegetables

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. Introducing: Travis North, of Anna’s Flowers and Vegetables in Marcellus.

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Manlius hosts annual Fourth of July parade

People from all over Central New York lined East Fayette Street in anticipation of the annual Fourth of July parade in Manlius.

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Market matters: Q&A with Karen Pardee, Serendipity Saori Studio

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.

Congresswoman Buerkle addresses health care concerns at town hall meeting

Congresswoman Ann Marie Buerkle fielded questions at a town hall meeting on Monday, July 2. Although Buerkle addressed several topics, one thing was clear: Democrat or Republican, Central New Yorkers are concerned about healthcare.

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Onondaga Fire Training Center unveils new burn tower, updated technology

Town of Onondaga officials, firefighters and police say the new burn tower was a long time coming.

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Fayetteville Free Library unveils creation lab as part of larger renovation

Fayetteville Free Library members will now be able to use up and coming technology, such as 3-D printers, green screens and editing software, in the library’s new “creation lab.”

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Swan Pond patrol members breathe sigh of relief as four eggs hatch

After the first set of eggs were destroyed back in April, Manlius residents were unsure if they’d ever get the chance to see a set of baby swans—called cygnets – at the revered Swan Pond.

West Genesee teacher blogs from space academy

West Genesee Middle School technology teacher, Dan Howard has been keeping a blog of his experiences at the Honeywell Educators at Space Academy program at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Ala., this summer.

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DeWitt Fire Department donates 3 AEDs to JDYAA, DeWitt Police Department

When Jamesville-DeWitt student Dan Cochran was hit in the chest with a lacrosse ball that sent him into cardiac arrest, timing was everything.

Police chief addresses permit law at DeWitt town board meeting

DeWitt Police Chief Eugene Conway appeared before the DeWitt Town Board to clarify a misunderstanding that happened back in April: the town, he said, did not authorize Onondaga County Sheriff’s officers to arrest 33 protesters at the New York Air National Guard’s base at Hancock Field.

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F-M’s Nick Ziobro to perform across country after winning national singing competition

Not many people can say they’ve performed in the presence of legendary American singers. But at only age 15, Nick Ziobro can say he’s done just that.

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Market matters: Q&A with Mary Carlic, the Wren’s Den

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.

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Onondaga Community College receives 2012 Engineering Excellence award

Mac MacMurray, chairman of the C&S Companies, presented Debbie Sydow, president of Onondaga Community College, with a 2012 American Council of Engineering Companies Engineering Excellence award on Thursday, June 14.

YMCA set to open July 16 in Manlius

Members of the East Area YMCA will see a dramatic increase in programs this fall. That’s because the organization will be purchasing and expanding the Eastside Racquet Club, located at 140 W. Seneca Turnpike in Manlius, for $2.2 million on June 27.

West Genesee BOE approves redistricting plan, full-day kindergarten program

Students and parents in the West Genesee School District will face many changes in the next few years.

Camillus man to be featured on HGTV’s ‘House Hunters’

Central New York will get its 30 minutes of fame Tuesday, June 26, during an episode of HGTV’s popular television show, “House Hunters.”

Manlius, East Syracuse, DeWitt police reports ending June 14

Manlius, East Syracuse, DeWitt police reports ending June 14

Residents voice their concerns about Onondaga Lake cleanup project

Officials from the Department of Environmental Conservation, Honeywell, the New York State Department of Health and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency fielded public questions and comments at a public information session regarding the Onondaga Lake dredging and capping project.

DeWitt Town Board approves East Genesee Street construction

Those traveling on East Genesee Street will soon see an increase in construction as the town of DeWitt moves in to repair about 1,800 feet of water main in the area.

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Delta awards $20,000 to local YMCA

Delta Air Lines New York senior vice president Gail Grimmett presented a sizable check for $20,000 to YMCA officials Tuesday afternoon at the East Area Y on Towne Drive in Fayetteville.

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OHA returns sacred wampum belt to Onondaga Nation

The Onondaga Historical Association completed a series of repatriations to the Onondaga Nation Tuesday, June 12, by voluntarily handing the Native American group a wampum belt that had been in its possession since 1919.

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DeWitt Police carry Special Olympics torch

Members of the DeWitt Police Department braved 90-degree temperatures on Monday, June 11, to run in support of an organization they believe in: Special Olympics New York.

Camillus police report ending 6/1

Camillus police report ending 6/1

Syracuse Symphony Association announces change in name, mission

Volunteer fundraising organization Syracuse Symphony Association, Inc. is changing both its name and its mission.

Four area students to receive JazzIgnition scholarships

New York State Sen. John DeFrancisco and Cultural Resources Council executive director Steve Butler will award four scholarships to area students on Tuesday, June 26.

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Marcellus Open Air Market debuts with local, homemade goods

Seventeen vendors set up shop Thursday, June 7, for the debut of the Marcellus Open Air Market in Marcellus Park.

Jody Manning appointed as new OCM BOCES superintendent

Solvay Union Free School District Superintendent Jody Manning will serve as the new district superintendent for the Onondaga-Cortland-Madison Board of Cooperative Educational Services, effective Aug. 1.

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Fayetteville native learns ins, outs of filmmaking in Los Angeles

For Lauren Ludwig, it’s a dream come true. The 30-year-old Fayetteville native is one of only eight women who were selected to participate in the American Film Institute’s Directing Workshop for Women.

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Alec Baldwin shows support at West Genesee modified sports fundraiser

More than 800 people came out to show their support for West Genesee modified sports, including the star of NBC’s “30 Rock,” actor Alec Baldwin.

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Manlius residents keep watch over Swan Pond

Melanie Uhlig views herself as a protector of sorts. The 52-year-old Fayetteville woman is one of 30 residents who are volunteering their time to patrol the Manlius Swan Pond 24 hours a day in order to protect the swans, Manny and Faye, and their eggs.

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Missionaries help rebuild Memphis First Baptist Church

Thanks to the 13 members of a northern Ohio-based organization, the cost of rebuilding the First Baptist Church of Memphis will be almost cut in half.

East Syracuse, DeWitt police reports ending May 30

East Syracuse, DeWitt police reports ending May 30

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F-M schools hosting 'Dunk your kicks' program to support families battling cancer

From May 31 until the end of the academic school year, five Fayetteville-Manlius schools — Fayetteville, Mott Road and Enders Road elementary schools, as well as Eagle Hill and Wellwood middle schools – will be collecting used sneakers to recycle.

DeWitt man elected to Clarkson University board of trustees

Robert Goldman, of DeWitt, was elected to Clarkson University’s board of trustees to serve on the finance and budget committee.

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Say Yes to Education, Syracuse officials report on program’s success in city schools

Say Yes to Education officials held the press conference to update residents on the progress of its program, which was implemented in Syracuse in 2009. Officials also presented four children’s books which were written by SCSD students through Say Yes’ Young Authors Series, supported by the National Grid Foundation.

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Marcellus to celebrate unique tradition at Olde Home Days

Village of Marcellus Mayor John Curtin describes the Olde Home Days as a kind of “family affair.”

Funky Flea market to host more than 50 vendors

Local vendors are preparing their vintage wares, antiques, artwork and records for the summer 2012 Syracuse Funky Flea Market.

Elbridge Town Board holds two public hearings; resolutions passed

Elbridge Town Supervisor Ken Bush described the Town Board meeting as a “very short, quiet” one.

East Syracuse, Manlius police reports ending May 19

East Syracuse, Manlius police reports ending May 19

Sen. Valesky announces $250K grant to support Fayetteville Free Library 'Fab Lab'

The Fayetteville Free Library will receive a $250,000 grant to put toward building a Fab Lab and business center, announced New York State Senator Dave Valesky today at the library.

Dunkin’ Donuts, AAA to partner with Make-A-Wish Central New York

Make-A-Wish Central New York is partnering with Dunkin’ Donuts and AAA Western and Central New York to promote the foundation’s Wishes in Flight program, the organization announced Tuesday, May 22.

DeWitt Police honor residents, officers at annual awards ceremony

In a crowded courtroom, residents from all over Central New York gathered to celebrate outstanding citizens and officers at the 2012 DeWitt Police Department Awards Ceremony.

Camillus village board debates hiring company to clean firehouse

Members of the Camillus volunteer fire department would like to hire professionals to come into the firehouse on a biweekly basis and do routine cleaning, a job that would cost at least $6,000.

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