- C-NS girls beat Seton Catholic, Horseheads | 2 hours, 40 minutes ago
- Wrestling Warriors make run at sectional Dual meet | 17 hours, 24 minutes ago
- North Syracuse discusses excessive vehicles | 1 day, 20 hours ago
- Girls Warriors lose 3-OT epic to Central Square | 2 days, 2 hours ago
- Liverpool indoor sides second at Kirschenheiter meet | 2 days, 5 hours ago
- Swimming Warriors claim duel with J-D/CBA | 2 days, 16 hours ago
- LIVIN' IN LIVERPOOL: Heroin rears its ugly head right here in the village | 4 days, 9 hours ago
- C-NS girls beat Seton Catholic, Horseheads
- Wrestling Warriors make run at sectional Dual meet
- Girls Warriors lose 3-OT epic to Central Square
- Liverpool indoor sides second at Kirschenheiter meet
- Swimming Warriors claim duel with J-D/CBA
Lifestyle and Entertainment
- NOPL news: Are you pondering a puppy?
- Nancy harmonizes with Hammond B-3
- Ralph Lalama, Nancy Kelly headline January Jazzfest
- On my honor, I will try…
- Pajamarama party
Letters to the Editor
- LETTER: Bob Smith - A leader when it comes to long term planning for our community
- LETTER: Town of Cicero should choose new planning board chair
- LETTERS: Presented budget a workable one
- LETTERS: Thanks for support of food drive
- LETTERS: Becallo addresses budget issues 1 comment
- LIVIN' IN LIVERPOOL: Heroin rears its ugly head right here in the village
- LIVIN' IN LIVERPOOL: Major meltdown lands Syracuse cop in village court
- LIVIN' IN LIVERPOOL: Bud Bennett’s charmed life darkened by scandal
- Q&A with Onondaga County Sheriff Gene Conway
- Morris cited for bravery
- Ralph Lalama, Nancy Kelly headline January Jazzfest
- Residents have mixed feelings on ‘Ash for Trash’
- Café at 407 celebrates five years serving community
- Dream Factory to host Small Business Saturday event at The Red Mill Inn
- Green Planet Grocery finds its groove in Cicero
How many vehicles parked on your property is too many? That was the question before the North Syracuse Village Board at its Jan. 22 meeting. It turns out the village can’t limit homeowners to a certain number of cars, trailers and the like, but the village may be able to restrict where they are parked.
Are we trying to close the barn door after the horse has bolted? Liverpool Police Officer Jerry Unger thinks so. Heroin abuse, he said, has hit the village with a vengeance.
If you’re thinking about getting a puppy, or if there’s been a recent addition to your family in the form of a fuzzy, four-legged, tail-wagging, energetic little rascal, then you’ll want to plan on attending the event “So Now You’ve Got a Puppy!”
Mario Cuomo was an excellent speaker and an exemplary public servant. The impact of his service for our great state will be evident for years to come. His contributions and accomplishments, as an orator and as governor, will be remembered fondly. However, for me, it’s his kind demeanor that set him apart as a leader and especially as an elected official.
AAGS raises enough to start construction on low-cost clinic
The Animal Alliance of Greater Syracuse has met its fundraising goal and can now proceed with the construction of a high-volume, low-cost spay/neuter clinic.
2014 data prompts cancellation of meeting, possible tweaks to plan
Liverpool Central School District officials have cancelled a meeting to advise district residents on its redistricting proposal, pending possible tweaks to the plan. The meeting, which was scheduled to have taken place Thursday, Jan. 22, will be rescheduled, but a date has not yet been set.
Cicero deputy supervisor will take over for Corl
Cicero Deputy Supervisor Tim Burtis has been selected to replace Jim Corl as the Onondaga County Third District legislator.
Thirty years ago, Syracuse Area Music Awards Hall of Famer Nancy Kelly honed her vocals accompanied by a variety of Hammond organists at Jewel’s, a salt-and-mostly-pepper nightclub on Philadelphia’s Broad Street. When she returned to CNY, she worked more often with pianists. One of them was Dino Losito.
The CNY Jazz Arts Foundation is warming away the midwinter blues with some jazz. January Jazzfest is filling four levels of Mohegan Manor in Baldwinsville with a sampler of jazz artists Sunday, Jan. 25, including vocalist Nancy Kelly, saxophonist Ralph Lalama and trombonist Melissa Gardiner.
Girl Scouts gear up for sales pitches, service projects
Between earning awards and serving their communities, area Girl Scouts had a busy 2014. This year will be just as busy as the girls set their goals for the annual cookie sale — which is available online for the first time ever — and continue pursuing service projects within their communities.
More than a month after the Cicero Board of Ethics came to a conclusion about the conflict of interest created by Supervisor Jessica Zambrano’s relationship with former town engineer Doug Wickman, the town board has taken action on the ethics board’s opinion.
Northstars hold off F-M, West Genny in CNYCL meet
Plenty of goals, short-term and long-term, are in front of the Cicero-North Syracuse cheerleading squad in this new era where there is full recognition of the sport by the New York State Public High School Athletic Association.
Paige’s Butterfly Run asks schools, businesses to wear PJs to help kids with cancer
One of the perks of being sick as a child is getting to curl up on the couch in your pajamas for a day of rest and bad television. But when all you ever get to wear is pajamas and you live under a cloud of doubt about your future and your prognosis — like if you’re facing pediatric cancer — the idea of the simple wardrobe loses a lot of its luster. To support those kids at Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital’s Dr. William J. Waters Center for Children’s Cancers and Blood Disorders, Paige’s Butterfly Run is asking community members to wear their pajamas in honor of the kids that have to do so.
The LibraryFarm at Northern Onondaga Public Library (NOPL) at Cicero is hosting the event “Make at the LibraryFarm: Hypertufa!” at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 17, a DIY program for adults.