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Northstars rally, win in OT at Frozen Dome Classic

Donegan goal beats B'ville after Northstars tie late in regulation

Sutter Donegan had a proper description for the emotions he felt after putting in the game-winning goal in overtime to give the Cicero-North Syracuse ice hockey team a dramatic 3-2 victory over Baldwinsville in Friday night's Frozen Dome Classic at the Carrier Dome. "I feel like it's the NHL," said Donegan. "It's unreal."

Supporting our veterans

Last week, we saw many celebrations and ceremonies to honor our veterans and those currently serving in our military. I had the pleasure to participate in the Cicero American Legion’s open house on Veterans Day and was honored to speak with many local veterans. They have done so much for us and deserve our respect and support.

C-NS announces winter sports schedule

Girls basketball Northstars look for another state final four run

Cicero-North Syracuse High School’s 2014-15 varsity winter sports schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.

Liverpool announces winter sports schedule

Boys basketball Warriors open Dec. 2 at Corcoran

Liverpool High School’s 2014-15 winter sports schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.

Meteorologist Carrie Cheevers actually loves lake effect

Well, we’ve endured the first lake effect snowfall of the year. A few inches blanketed lawns and landscapes from Oswego to Ithaca after flakes began falling at noon Friday, Nov. 14, and continued on and off for a couple days. The unusual mid-day squall was offset by intermittent appearances of blue skies and sunshine, as though Mother Nature couldn’t quite make up her mind.

Cicero passes budget

Taxpayers in the town of Cicero will pay an additional $12.73 per $100,000 house in 2015, according to the budget passed by the town board by a vote of 4 to 1 Wednesday, Nov. 12. The $12,057,166 budget represents a $346,378 increase over 2014. It includes a 2.94 percent tax levy increase, which Supervisor Jessica Zambrano said is $107,000 above the tax cap. The board voted earlier this month to approve a local law to exceed the cap.

LETTER: Cicero budget a disappointment

To the editor: Yet again the Cicero Town Board and supervisor have disappointed the people of Cicero. The so-called budget they passed with a 4 to 1 vote is merely a way for them to kick the can further down the road and delay the inevitable.

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Farming innovator, entrepreneur Carmen Emmi dies

Carmen Emmi Sr., noted local farmer and real estate developer, died Oct. 31 at age 82. He was the co-founder of the family farm Emmi and Sons and co-owner of Syracuse Farm Supply. Along with his father, Antonio Emmi, and brother-in-law, Salvatore “Sam” Mangano, Carmen co-founded Emmi and Sons in the 1940s. Today, Emmi’s has farm stands in Baldwinsville and Liverpool. The family farm is also a mainstay at the Central New York Regional Market.

LETTER: Thank you to the 129th Assembly District

To the editor: I wish to thank each of the voters of the 129th Assembly District for allowing me to continue to represent you in the New York State Assembly. Please know that I will return to Albany committed to working in a bi-partisan fashion to represent all of my constituents. My office remains open to hearing from you on any concerns, problems or issues you have with state government. I truly believe that New York State is on the right path to restoring economic viability to upstate New York and I will do my best to continue bringing resources back to our district that enhance the quality of life for all our residents. Again, thank you for electing me your assembly member.

Village codes enforcement officer declares Lake Drive home ‘uninhabitable’

A home at 107 Lake Drive owned by longtime Liverpool resident Estelle Linehan was inspected on Friday, Oct. 31, by village Codes Enforcement Officer Bill Reagan who found the house uninhabitable.

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LHS hosts VEX competition

Liverpool High School welcomed 16 teams from 12 different school districts at its first VEX Robotics Competition, held Nov. 8 in the high school gym. Students — and their pre-built robots — competed in this year’s “Skyrise” edition of the VEX competition.

Petrella takes second at state cross country meet

Liverpool boys trio each posts top-20 finishes

Though the Liverpool boys cross country team, as a whole unit, could not make it to last Saturday’s New York State Public High School Athletic Association Class A championship meet at SUNY-Canton, Ben Petrella went there – and nearly brought home a state title of his own.

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Liverpool overwhelmed by Henninger in second half

Football Warriors fall in first sectional final since '98

In reality, the Section III Class AA football championship game, played between Liverpool and Henninger Sunday night at the Carrier Dome, was two games rolled into one outcome.

Girls soccer Warriors fall in regional final

Bethlehem rallies past Liverpool, 2-1, in OT

Having prevailed by 2-1 margins twice in order to claim the Section III Class AA championship, it only figured that the Liverpool girls soccer team's regional final Saturday against Section II champion Bethlehem at Fulton would also end with a 2-1 score. But this time, it was the other side finishing on top.

Murphy, Sovinsky, Rolf win at sectional swim meet

Liverpool, C-NS stars both prevail amid tough competition

Whether with lots of experience, like Liverpool’s Sydnie Sovinsky and Madeline Murphy, or full of youthful promise, like Cicero-North Syracuse’s Jamie Rolf, local girls swimmers found lots of success during Friday night's Section III Class A championship meet at West Genesee.

C-NS, Liverpool volleyball falls in sectional finals

Boys Northstars, girls Warriors swept by B'ville sides

From Cicero-North Syracuse on the boys side to Liverpool on the girls side, area volleyball teams had a chance to prevent Baldwinsville from pulling off a sweep of Wednesday night’s Section III championship matches at the C-NS gym – but neither would succeed.

C-NS field hockey falls in Class A regional

Saratoga Springs uses late goal to end Northstars' season

Having waited eight years to get back into the state tournament, Section III Class A field hockey champion Cicero-North Syracuse was eager to do something big. And there was some precedence from which to draw some inspiration. The last time the Northstars made it this far, in 2006, it advanced all the way to the state championship game at what is now NBT Bank Stadium before falling to Lakeland.

Lights on the Lake opens Nov. 14

Starting Friday, Nov. 14, Central New Yorkers can visit Onondaga Lake Park and take in one of the biggest light shows in the Northeast. Lights on the Lake kicks off its 25th anniversary season next week. The event draws somewhere around 35,000 cars each year.

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Antonacci falls in bid for state comptroller

Onondaga County Comptroller Robert Antonacci has failed in his attempt to become the state’s next comptroller. Antonacci, a Republican, earned 55,155 votes in Onondaga County to Democratic incumbent Tom DiNapoli’s 66,602. Statewide, Antonacci said he earned more than a million and a half votes, setting a record for an Onondaga County candidate.

Conway is the new sheriff in town

DeWitt Police Chief Gene Conway has beaten out Toby Shelley for the Onondaga County Sheriff’s seat. Conway, who earned 66,569 votes to Shelley’s 58,829, said he was honored to have been chosen by the people of Onondaga County.

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