- Give local: Help a local charity this holiday season | 18 hours, 55 minutes ago
- B’ville wrestlers smash Oswego, 63-12 | 2 days, 17 hours ago
- Boys basketball Bees produces pair of wins | 2 days, 18 hours ago
- B’ville hockey battles through 2-2 opening week | 2 days, 18 hours ago
- B’ville girls basketball improves to 4-0 | 3 days, 16 hours ago
- Cookie Walk this weekend | 4 days, 17 hours ago
- Mandela, man and hero | 4 days, 19 hours ago
Give local: Help a local charity this holiday season 18 hours, 55 minutes ago
Cookie Walk this weekend 4 days, 17 hours ago
Baldwinsville Turkey Day Race returns 2 weeks, 1 day ago
- B’ville wrestlers smash Oswego, 63-12
- Boys basketball Bees produces pair of wins
- B’ville hockey battles through 2-2 opening week
- B’ville girls basketball improves to 4-0
- Girls basketball Bees win Middleton Tournament
Lifestyle and Entertainment
- Baldwinsville author to launch children’s book Dec. 7
- Baldwinsville Turkey Day Race returns
- Fleet Feet opens Clay store
- New Baldwinsville wellness center offers unique model for healthier lifestyle
- Baldwinsville father, son hike the NP Trail in record time
Letters to the Editor
- LETTER: Grateful to birth mother for courage
- LETTER: Diamond thanks supporters for electing him Lysander town councilor
- LETTER: Appreciates vote of confidence
- LETTER: Thank you for your votes
- LETTER: No response from our BCSD board?
- Burtch sentenced to one year in prison
- Group calls for harsher penalties for those who hurt animals
- Saving 81: Local officials, business leaders launch campaign to keep elevated highway
- Annual golf tourney to memorialize Jenni-Lyn Watson
- B'ville Police Blotter
- Fleet Feet opens Clay store
- HOPE for Bereaved to celebrate 35 candles
- New apartment community available in Radisson
- New affordable apartment community available in Radisson
- Bliss celebrates first birthday in village
’Tis the season of giving, and you needn’t look too far to find a worthy recipient for your time and financial donations. Central New York has a wealth of deserving organizations doing good, and they’re all in need of your support. To get you started, here’s an A-to-Z primer (minus X), complete with a description of each along with websites, contact information and basic needs. Remember, these are just a few of the many deserving nonprofits in Central New York, and the introductions offered barely scratch the surface of the services they offer. Check out the websites of these organizations for more information. Got your own favorites? Feel free to share at Facebook.com/eaglestarreview.
The Eighth Annual Cookie Walk will be held at Grace Episcopal Church from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (or until cookies are sold out!) on Saturday, Dec. 7 in the church undercroft, located at 110 Oswego Road (Route 48) in Baldwinsville. The event is open to the public.
The holidays are upon us once again and we’re here to help. Whether you’re looking to celebrate or escape the madness, we have the resources you need.
Agency dispels myths for both biological, adoptive parents
One of the most selfless and loving acts a woman can do is place her newborn baby in the arms of another family. Unfortunately, not all people see it that way due to long-held stereotypes that claim just the opposite and consequently, result in the occurrence of fewer adoptions.
First-time published author Janine Werchinski-Yates will launch her children’s book, “The Secret Sock Club” at a local event from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, at the Baldwinsville Public Library. Editor Tami Scott caught up with Werchinski-Yates to discuss how her writing hobby and dream to write a book came to fruition.
A childhood friend of the woman killed Sunday afternoon on Route 57 has launched a fundraiser to help her family pay their medical expenses and funeral costs.
The Baldwinsville Pop Warner Jr. Midget Cheer team will be holding a pancake breakfast from 8 to 10 a.m. on Dec. 1 at Zebbs Mattydale: 2803 Brewerton Road, Mattydale.
Kiwanis event in its 45th year
The 45th Annual Turkey Day Race returns on Thanksgiving, Nov. 28. The 5k race starts at 9:15 a.m. and 10k race starts at 10 a.m. at C.W. Baker High School, 29 E. Oneida St, Baldwinsville. There is also a half-mile kids fun run that kicks off at 8:30 a.m.
On the evening of Monday, Nov. 18, several parents and educators from around Central New York gathered at C.W. Baker High School for a forum with state Assemblymen to discuss the Common Core Curriculum and its current implementation.
On Friday, Nov. 8, the students of Van Buren Elementary School held an assembly to honor those who had served, or are currently serving our country as members of the United States Armed Forces.
James Durkin, past state commander (2012-2013) of New York State VFW, came to the Silver Fox Senior Social Club on Monday, Nov. 11, to commemorate Veterans Day with the members of day center.
At the village of Baldwinsville meeting Thursday, Nov. 7, it was reported that the Greater Baldwinsville Benefit Fund, the parent fund of the Baldwinsville October Fest, donated a total of $3800 to area groups.
Potential designs have been developed for the sculptural markers for the B’ville Voices project. The public is welcome to give feedback on the renderings at tomorrow’s reception at 6pm at the Baldwinsville Public Library.
Bees beat Mercy in four sets, avenge 2012 finals loss
So here stood the Baldwinsville girls volleyball team on the floor at Glens Falls Civic Center, exactly 12 months after seeing its shot at the state Class AA championship thwarted by Rochester Mercy. Again, the Bees had reached the state finals. Again, Mercy was the opponent. Only this time, it was B’ville emerging with the big prize, taking four sets to defeat the Saints Sunday afternoon and earn its second state title in four years.