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C-NS girls lacrosse falls in Class A semis

CBA takes out Northstars after shutout of Liverpool

What unfolded Thursday night at Chittenango High School during the Section III Class A girls lacrosse semifinals was guaranteed to be cruel for someone. Cicero-North Syracuse, no. 4 in the state rankings, was facing Christian Brothers Academy, no. 3 in that same state poll, and one of them would see their season end.

Liverpool, C-NS tennis stars battle at sectionals

Vogue reached second singles final to lead Warriors

Boys tennis teams from Liverpool and Cicero-North Syracuse would both try to make deep runs in the three singles and two doubles divisions during this week’s Section III Class A tournament at Syracuse University’s Skytop Courts.

Voters in North Syracuse okay budget

Residents in the North Syracuse Central School District voted in favor of the 2015-16 budget on May 19 by a margin of 2,037 to 726.

Liverpool voters approve budget

Voters in the Liverpool Central School District overwhelmingly approved the 2015-16 budget May 19, with 1,230 voting in favor and 449 against.

C-NS’s McKie wins playoff, reaches state tournament

Northstars standout beats F-M's Bonomo for final spot

Nessa McKie felt the nerves when she stepped up to the first tee at Kanon Valley Country Club Tuesday afternoon, and she promptly mishit her drive, the ball barely traveling 50 yards. Yet when the playoff for the last Section III berth in next month’s state tournament at SUNY-Delhi was complete, it was McKie smiling as she overcame her rough start to defeat Fayetteville-Manlius’ Maggie Bonomo.

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

Thanks to a generous resident, the Star-Review will be printing historic photos of the village of North Syracuse for the next several weeks.

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LETTER: Join American Legion Auxiliary Unit 188 on Memorial Day

To the editor: Memorial Day is the day Americans set aside to honor those brave men and women who met tragic ends during times of war. We must use this day to honor their sacrifices, to pray for their families, and to bow our heads in recognition of their service. We must never forget.

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LETTER: Becallo responds on issue of deputy supervisor

To the editor: A few of Cicero Town Supervisor Jessica Zambrano’s friends have asked about my questioning whether a recent Cicero Town Board meeting led by Bill Meyer, who is not a Cicero Town Board member and is not an elected official, may have been an illegal meeting, and I am happy to respond.

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FROM THE LEGISLATURE: Friends group makes zoo improvements possible

Over the years, the costs to operate our zoo have escalated and therefore have required support from a group called Friends of the Zoo.

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REMEMBERING CLAY: Influence of brewing on early America and Clay, part II

From the first part of this story, Peter Stuyvesant had just been named director general of the Dutch West India Company. His leadership lasted almost two decades. Leadership of the neighboring patroonship continued even though Kiliaen van Rensselaer died in 1643 and was replaced by his son Johan living in Amsterdam, Holland. The relationship between the two entities was convivial. However, tensions grew within the community’s expanding population. Illegal structures were being built outside the walls of the fort. Instead of destroying these buildings, Stuyvesant decided to establish a permanent village called Beverwijck, which became the center of the North American brewing world for well over 200 years. This civil settlement outside the fort and beyond the control of the patroonship was a success. Two more breweries were built and many home-based, unnamed breweries were established.

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NOPL news: NOPL @ North Syracuse to host acoustic music concert

At 1 p.m. Saturday, May 30, NOPL @ North Syracuse welcomes John and Cathy Cadley, one of Central New York’s most entertaining and popular acoustic duos.

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FROM THE ASSEMBLY: Honor our heroes in uniform this Memorial Day

Each year, we look forward to Memorial Day as a sign of summer and warmer weather. But as we prepare for barbecues and backyard parties, it’s also important for us to remember the true reason for the holiday: to honor and pay tribute to those who have lost their lives defending our nation’s freedom and to recognize the sacrifices of the brave men and women still abroad.

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LIVIN' IN LIVERPOOL: ‘Adult’ ice cream a delicious, slightly decadent dessert

Looking for a cool confection with a little kick? You’ll find one at the Kandied Kernel shops on Old Liverpool Road in Liverpool and Route 11 in Cicero. Famous for its multi-colored gourmet popcorn products, the Kandied Kernel started selling homemade ice cream earlier this month.

C-NS, Liverpool earn big baseball wins

Northstars sweep West Genny; Warriors top B'ville again

Though the Cicero-North Syracuse baseball team was on the road and their Liverpool counterparts were on the road, each of them would emerge with important victories early in the final week of the regular season.

Liverpool mayor, trustee candidates to run unopposed

Nobody filed petitions to get on the ballot as an independent candidate in this year’s village elections, according to Deputy Village Clerk Sandy Callahan. The deadline was May 12. As a result, three Republicans will run unopposed, as usual.

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Comptroller’s audit: Cicero in the black for 2014, but trouble ahead

The town of Cicero ended 2014 on a positive financial note, but it’s still a long way from developing a plan to sustain itself past 2019, Supervisor Jessica Zambrano said in her presentation of the comptroller’s annual audit of the town’s actual spending at the May 13 town board meeting.

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‘The power of prayer’

Sacred Heart priest to retire after 46 years in the Diocese

What does a day in the life of a priest entail? For the Rev. James E. Gehl of Cicero’s Sacred Heart Catholic Church, the answer to that question has never been the same twice.

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Golf tournament to raise money for scholarship in memory of beloved teacher

Jennifer Miles had a lot of memorable qualities, but the one that stands out the most to her fellow teachers at McNamara Elementary is her smile. “It was contagious,” recalled fifth-grade teacher Luke Smith. “I’ll always remember it.”

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CNY SPCA Pet of the Week: Pretty Boy John is looking for a home

John is looking for a home! This handsome boy is an adult, medium-energy pit bull mix. He is a Canine Ambassador and has honorably represented the shelter at many events. He’s a fantastic dog — he loves everyone, is good on a leash, great in the car and very gentle with children. He’s a shelter favorite, but he’s ready to have a home. Once you meet this brindle beauty, you’ll see what a special dog he is. Call the CNYSPCA at 454-4479 and ask about John.

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More than just baby blues

As many as 20 percent of pregnant women women are affected by perinatal depression

In an attempt to raise awareness about PPD, Crouse’s Spirit of Women program, which is led by Kowaleski, is hosting the Climb with Crouse from 9 a.m. to noon Sunday, May 24, on the 2K Serengeti Trail at Green Lakes State Park in Fayetteville.

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