- B'ville voters pass school budget | 7 hours, 48 minutes ago
- Walsh advances to state girls golf tournament | 14 hours, 38 minutes ago
- Lysander Parks and Recreation spring programs | 16 hours, 16 minutes ago
- Memorial Day Parade, Service to be held May 30 in village | 18 hours, 16 minutes ago
- COLUMN: Codes Corner - Outdoor recreation should include responsibility | 22 hours, 16 minutes ago
- QuintEssence takes stage May 29 | 1 day, 16 hours ago
- Farmers market returns to village | 1 day, 18 hours ago
Memorial Day Parade, Service to be held May 30 in village 18 hours, 16 minutes ago
Farmers market returns to village 1 day, 18 hours ago
B’ville Girls Crew Booster Club sponsors electronics collection fundraiser 4 days, 16 hours ago
One woman band - Laura Thurston to perform in Memphis 4 days, 18 hours ago
B’ville Theatre Guild stages comedy ‘First Things First’ May 17 to June 1 5 days, 14 hours ago
Resurrecting history in Van Buren 5 days, 14 hours ago
Persons from past come alive for Memorial Day Parade 5 days, 18 hours ago
- Walsh advances to state girls golf tournament
- Lysander Parks and Recreation spring programs
- Crunch sweeps Springfield, reaches conference final
- B’ville Girls Crew Booster Club sponsors electronics collection fundraiser
- B’ville track sides finish third at league meet
Lifestyle and Entertainment
- Lysander Parks and Recreation spring programs
- Memorial Day Parade, Service to be held May 30 in village
- QuintEssence takes stage May 29
- Farmers market returns to village
- BVC to host Taste of Vegas Casino Night
Letters to the Editor
- LETTERS: Vote Joan Reeves for Board of Ed
- LETTERS: Rummage sale a success
- LETTERS: Thank you for canal clean-up efforts
- LETTERS: Consider golf outing for local school
- LETTERS: A Baldwinsville Community Scholarship Foundation thank you
- B'ville Police Blotter
- Personal safety in public places
- Protect your valuables
- Police Blotter: Criminal mischief, harassment charged
- Sheriff’s Department announces promotions
- Asana Wellness Spa holds spring opening
- B’ville practice earns national distinction
- Canal Park clean up in 10th year
- GBCC names Dengler biz person of the year
- B’ville agent receives Hands in the Community award
- COLUMN: Codes Corner - Outdoor recreation should include responsibility
- COLUMN: Coffee with the Mayor – the village eyesore
- COLUMN: Volunteer opportunities at McHarrie Life - You're never too old to volunteer
- COLUMN: Changes to Election Day unnecessary and costly
- COLUMN: Greater Baldwinsville Ice Arena is in good shape
Patriotism, sacrifice and love of one’s country. These three qualities define the two men chosen to lead this year’s Baldwinsville Memorial Day Parade – 2nd Lt. Nolan Miles who was selected to be the President of the Day and the late Cpl. Kyle Schneider who was selected as Grand Marshall.
Weekly event will take place Wednesdays beginning in June
It has been years since residents could purchase produce direct from local farmers within the village of Baldwinsville. But, thanks to the efforts of Mike Samoraj and willing participants, a farmers market will take place every Wednesday this harvest season in Village Square.
The Baldwinsville Girls Crew Booster Club will host a Recycling for Rowers electronics collections event from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 19, in Kimbrook Plaza parking lot (behind Tim Horton’s) at the corner of routes 31 and 57.
Laura Thurston is no stranger to music and poetry.
Sgt. First Class John White, of Baldwinsville, reenlisted to continue service with the 27th Infantry Brigade Combat Team.
Pete and George have been best friends forever.
Brandon Hart has spearheaded a project at the once-forgotten Hardscrabble Cemetery.
Four prominent persons from the past – John and Lydia McHarrie and Jonas and Betsy Baldwin – will come to life atop the McHarrie's Legacy float on May 30. The entry will celebrate the contributions made to this community by the first permanent settlers and by the family who most influenced development of the region.
Bees hurt by Mallaro's bat, Apps' relief pitching
For the Baldwinsville baseball team, it all might come down to whether it can beat Cicero-North Syracuse in order to repeat as Section III Class AA champions. In two tries during the regular season, the Bees have been unable to topple the Northstars, including Wednesday night’s 3-2 defeat at Gillette Field, where the CNY Counties League National division regular-season title and the top playoff seed was on the line.
In two school cafeterias, students are helping the Baldwinsville Central School District to reduce its carbon footprint with one simple act – recycling milk cartons.
B’ville Post Office officially renamed Corporal Kyle Schneider Post Office Building
Cpl. Kyle R. Schneider was born on Jan. 8, 1988, and grew up like most kids in upstate New York. He was a 2006 graduate of Baker High School, where he played baseball, football and ran track. He loved the outdoors and was an avid hunter and fisherman. After high school, he attended Onondaga Community College’s criminal justice program. With the drive to help others, in March 2008 he joined the United States Marine Corps and graduated from Marine Corp Recruit Training at Parris Island, SC, in June 2008.
Riverview Cemetery Superintendent Tom Beck recently installed a number of new section signs in the 40-plus acre cemetery on Tappan Street.
The Board of Education has presented a $94,992,417 proposed budget to residents of the Baldwinsville Central School District and, once again, payroll and benefits had the biggest impact.
Fifth-grade student council members acted as tour guides for McNamara Elementary School’s open house.