Rippleton Center transitions to nonprofit structure
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by Kate Hill
1h ago
CAZENOVIA — In April, the Rippleton Center, a childcare facility in Cazenovia, announced its decision to transfer its business operations to a new nonprofit entity, Rippleton Inc. The nonprofit is run by a volunteer board of directors that will help oversee the management and strategic direction of the center, which will continue to offer infant through school-age and summer programs at 3360 Thompson Rd. According to Torrey Lansing, executive director and founder of the center, the change will not affect the availability of childcare, hours of operation, or general curriculum. Lansing founded ..read more
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Library announces spring/summer adult programs
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by Kate Hill
1h ago
CAZENOVIA — The Cazenovia Public Library (CPL) recently announced some highlights of its spring/summer 2024 adult program schedule. To kick off the upcoming season, CPL Adult Programming and Service Coordinator Renee Joseph has arranged a tour of the Stickley Museum in Fayetteville for Friday, June 7 at 11 a.m. The Stickley Museum is located on the second floor of the original L. & J.G. Stickley factory at 300 Orchard St. above the Fayetteville Free Library. Opened in 2007, the exhibit gallery contains furniture and accessories from the earliest days of Stickley up to the present, as well ..read more
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Village planning board, historic preservation committee consider redevelopment project
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by Kate Hill
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CAZENOVIA — On May 13, the planning board and historic preservation/architectural review committee (HPC) of the Village of Cazenovia held a joint public hearing to gather input on a proposal for a new four-story mixed-use commercial and residential building on the corner of Albany Street and Center Street. The project site includes the former NAPA store at 99 Albany St., the former gas station at 103 Albany St., and the blue house behind those buildings at 7 Center St. The public hearing was held to consider the application of Albany Street Holding, LLC for a special use and site plan approva ..read more
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Concert committee volunteers run their own shows
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by Russ Tarby
3h ago
VILLAGE OF LIVERPOOL – The 38th annual Liverpool Is The Place Summer Concert Series gets underway on Monday, May 27, and its chairwoman, Gwen McCarroll, wants to clear up a common misunderstanding. “It’s the best-kept secret in Liverpool,” she sighed. “Many concert-goers I speak with assume that we’re financially supported by the village of Liverpool,” McCarroll said. “But that’s not the case. We stage our concerts at Johnson Park, which is owned by the village, so we are pleased to have village support in that way, but we actually pay the bands by raising funds from local businesses whi ..read more
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Communities to host parades for Memorial Day
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by Jason Klaiber
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EASTERN SUBURBS – Local communities will be holding their annual Memorial Day parades to salute, celebrate and mourn those who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. On Saturday, May 25, the hamlet of Jamesville will be observing Memorial Day with a schedule of activities put on by the Jamesville Chamber of Commerce and the Jamesville Fire Department in conjunction with the Jamesville Community Museum. Running from the morning to the afternoon, Jamesville’s observance will start with a 9 a.m. memorial service at the fire station located at 6661 E. Seneca Turnpike. From 10 ..read more
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J-D, CBA girls lacrosse lead charge into sectional playoffs
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by Phil Blackwell
3h ago
CENTRAL NEW YORK – Late May is decision time in area high school girls lacrosse, with three different teams – Jamesville-DeWitt, Christian Brothers Academy and Fayetteville-Manlius – all carrying Section III championship ambitions. In Class C, J-D holds the no. 3 seed, and would need to get through a quarterfinal Tuesday with no. 6 seed New Hartford in order to advance to Thursday’s semifinal at Alibrandi Stadium against no. 2 seed Fulton. Up in Class B, it’s F-M as the no. 3 seed, hosting Central Square Tuesday for a spot in the semifinals against no. 2 seed Watertown, and CBA the no. 5 seed ..read more
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Jamesville-DeWitt baseball grabs sectional Class A top seed
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by Phil Blackwell
4h ago
CENTRAL NEW YORK – Having done most of what it needed to give itself a shot at another Section III Class A championship, the Jamesville-DeWitt baseball team now had to face the final playoff examination. At least the Red Rams would do so holding the top seed in the sectional bracket, with a bye straight into Thursday’s quarterfinals, where it will host the winner of Tuesday’s opening-round game between no. 8 seed South Jefferson and no. 9 seed Oneida. J-D entered last week with an 11-1 record, which it improved upon last Monday at Falcon Park when it overcame an early deficit and defeated Aub ..read more
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F-M, CBA, Bishop Grimes baseball earn high-profile victories
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by Phil Blackwell
4h ago
CENTRAL NEW YORK – Big wins early last week helped boost the confidence of the Fayetteville-Manlius and Christian Brothers Academy baseball teams with the Section III playoffs looming. F-M pulled out a 3-2 decision over Cicero-North Syracuse last Monday afternoon in a game shortened to six innings by rain. Up against Northstars ace Kaiden Kalfass, the Hornets were kept quiet until the fourth, when it put across a run and carried that momentum over to a two-run fifth inning that proved decisive. Tom Woodridge had two of F-M’s three hits, the other hit going to Gavin Nicholls, who joined Steve ..read more
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F-M, J-D, CBA boys lacrosse impress with late-season victories
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by Phil Blackwell
4h ago
CENTRAL NEW YORK – Though each of the area high school boys lacrosse teams have championship ambitions going into the Section III playoffs, Jamesville-DeWitt is best situated, both with the top seed in Class C and a no. 3 state ranking. Back in Class A this time around, Fayetteville-Manlius got a much-needed boost last Tuesday when it held off Cicero-North Syracuse 9-8, a result nearly identical to the 8-7 win it earned over the Northstars late in April. F-M broke out of a 3-3 tie in the second quarter, gaining a 7-5 edge by halftime. Then it extended the margin to 9-6, just enough to withsta ..read more
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F-M Green, CBA girls golf unbeaten going into sectional tournaments
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by Phil Blackwell
4h ago
CENTRAL NEW YORK – When the Section III Division I girls golf championships takes place Tuesday at Pompey Club, Fayetteville-Manlius looks to once again snare the team honors. To start the last week of the regular season, F-M Green crushed Liverpool 174-246 at Green Lakes, where Bella Fullmer and Gabby Dardis each shot 42 as part of a top-four sweep. Gabby Dardis had a 44, with Lindsay Chong adding a 46 as no Warriors player improved on the 58 from Maddie Turck. F-M’s White team moved to 8-4 on the season last Monday with a narrow 155-156 win over West Genesee. Emma Li’s 36 at West Hill Golf C ..read more
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