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Historic North Syracuse: Do you know anything about this picture?

Pictured here, a World War II truck convoy passes through the intersection of Church Street and South Bay Road. Do you know anything about this photo? Can you identify any of the people or provide an exact date? If you can, email the editor at editor@eaglestarreview.com.

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NOPL news: A soundtrack for your summer

No matter how people enjoy summer — heading to the beach, working in the yard, hosting picnics and family gatherings, going camping, taking day trips or lounging by the pool — you can almost always find music playing. We turn on the music to help us socialize, relax, or even energize us. When it comes to selecting music, more people than ever before are turning to streaming services, while others download their music or purchase CDs. But do you know about your music options available through NOPL?

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FROM THE LEGISLATURE: Addressing constituent concerns

I wanted to take a moment and provide the district with an update on some of the constituent concerns I have received in the past few weeks. I received several calls about the potholes on Second Street in the village of Liverpool and the overgrowth of the brush on Onondaga Lake Parkway. I am pleased to report both issues will be remedied in the very near future.

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LETTER: Cut the weeds along Onondaga Lake’s eastern shore

To the editor: Help, oh, please help. Please take a field trip to the eastern shore of Onondaga Lake and see what Bill Lansley’s authorized tactics of “letting the weeds grow” has done to this shoreline.

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FROM THE ASSEMBLY: Celebrating 30 years of Parks and Recreation Month

With summer now in full swing, it’s the perfect time to explore the beautiful landscapes and endless outdoor activities available to you right here in Central New York. And with this July marking 30 years of Parks and Recreation Month, there’s no better way to celebrate then by getting outside, enjoying fresh air and making memories with family and friends.

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LIVIN' IN LIVERPOOL: Salina Judge Andy Piraino cares for his clerks

Salina Town Justice Andy Piraino cares for his clerks, Jackie, DeBrenda, Sherri and Nancy. The longtime judge doesn’t want anyone messing with their minds or pressuring them for advice or information that they’re in no position to offer.

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Golden leaves LPL

On Sept. 3 last year, Dan Golden was appointed executive director of Liverpool Public Library. On Thursday, July 2, he resigned after less than 10 months on the job.

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Teachers in space

LMS math teacher participates in NASA space camp

Sara Pieklik has always been interested in space. “I was in elementary school when the Challenger disaster happened,” said Pieklik, a math teacher at Liverpool Elementary School. “I know teachers can go to space. I’ve been following on Twitter the astronauts in the international space station for the last year or so. So I’ve been interested in the space process.” So when Pieklik, a New York State Master Teacher, heard about the Honeywell-sponsored Space Camp opportunity from two other Master Teachers who had done the camp previously, she decided to apply.

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Kickin’ it

Dream Factory of Syracuse to host annual kickball tournament fundraiser

To help make a dream come true for a chronically ill child, all you have to do is play a game of kickball. The Dream Factory of Syracuse is hosting its fourth annual Kicks for Kids Kickball Tournament Saturday, Aug. 1, at the Syracuse Kickball Park on Oswego Road in Liverpool. The co-ed tournament, which begins at 10 a.m., lasts all day and features food, games and live entertainment (donated by RMD Premier DJ Ryno), as well as raffles, a silent auction, a dunk tank and a bounce house for kids.

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CNYSPCA Pet of the Week: Shrimp is in the house

Shrimp the 22-pound terrier is in the house, and he wants to be in yours!

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EDITORIAL: Keep your kids safe online

Now that the kids are home from school, they may be spending more time online. That means it’s up to you as parents to make sure they’re surfing safely. Here are some tips to keep your kids safe online:

ATMs for Good benefit local nonprofits

Many people balk at the idea of paying a hefty surcharge at the ATM. But what if a portion of that surcharge went to a good cause? That’s the idea behind ATMs for Good, a project of Syracuse ATM. Kathryn Bolster, who owns Syracuse ATM, said she thought of the program as a way to bring more meaning to her work.

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Historic North Syracuse: Do you know anything about this picture?

Do you know anything about this photo? Can you identify any of the people or provide an exact date? If you can, email the editor at editor@eaglestarreview.com.

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CNY SPCA Pet of the Week: Rufus is one cool guy

Rufus means “cool” and “awesome,” and that’s the perfect name for our dog of the week. Rufus is a 3-year-old neutered male pit bull mix. He is happy, silly and goofy. He loves to run, and he walks very nicely on a leash. He would do best as the only pet with older children. He’s very trainable — he already knows sit, and he’s eager to learn more. If you’d like to be his teacher, call the CNYSPCA at 454-4479 and meet the wonderful Rufus!