In regards to the recent endorsements for the two board seats that will be up for election in the Town of Lysander this November.
B'ville earns semifinal date Friday with West Genesee
So the Baldwinsville boys lacrosse team has earned a shot at upending long-time power West Genesee in Friday night's Section III Class A semifinal, though it took two days just to earn that date with the Wildcats.
Boys win 4x400 relay; Allen claims girls 400-meter dash
Both of Baldwinsville’s track and field teams ended up together for last week’s Section III Class AA championship meets, though that wasn’t the original plan. The girls Bees were supposed to go first with its AA meet at Fulton on Tuesday, but violent storms kept the event from even getting started. So it was moved on Wednesday to Cicero-North Syracuse’s Bragman Stadium, where the boys AA championships were already scheduled.
The Shacksboro Schoolhouse Museum's seventh annual Peony Fest will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 1, at 46 Canton St. in McHarrie Park, Baldwinsville.
There have been quite a few newsworthy items coming out of Albany in recent weeks. I want to share a few of them with you in this column pertaining to health services funding, insurance fraud and tourism.
Baker High School students who attend career and technical education programs at OCM BOCES were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society in a ceremony held at OCM BOCES on May 9.
Seneca River Day event to take place June 15
The Rotary Club of Baldwinsville’s 19th annual Seneca River Day will take place Saturday, June 15.
It is almost here. Keep the Ball Rolling (KBR), the all-night alcohol/drug-free celebration that takes place immediately following Baker High School’s Senior Ball, will take place on May 24. Fortunately, our community continues to demonstrate its support of our efforts to keep our senior class members safe.
Like this on again, off again weather, I am not ready for summer. Unfortunately, it’s coming anyway whether we’re ready or not. Stop in, online or in person, and we’ll help you get ready or maybe we’ll help you procrastinate more creatively. Either way, the library is here to help you.
Voters approved the 2013-14 proposed budget for the Baldwinsville Central School District.
B'ville star finishes fourth at sectional tournament
A season ago, Baldwinsville girls golfer Katie Walsh finished 10th at the Section III championship tournament - the most painful spot possible, because it was one spot out of automatic qualification for the state championships, and so she had to serve as an alternate. This time around, though, Walsh is going all the way.
For more information about programs, visit townoflysander.org or call 635-5999.
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.
It is the season when residents like to enjoy outdoor, recreational fires. Consider the following guidelines from the Village of Baldwinsville Code Enforcement office should you decide to engage in this activity:
Performance to benefit Kyle Schneider Memorial Scholarship
Sean Honsinger honored Cpl. Kyle Schneider with a musical rendition of “God Bless America” during the May 13 dedication ceremony for the Corporal Kyle Schneider Post Office Building.
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.
Syracuse 7-0 so far in pursuit of Calder Cup
Two rounds down, two rounds to go – that’s the Syracuse Crunch, in hot pursuit of the Calder Cup, as it’s reached the final four for just the second time in its 20-year history.
Erica Barnell and Stephanie Ball are first-place winners of the 2013 Big Idea competition sponsored by Cornell University’s Entrepreneurship@Cornell Council.
This Tuesday, May 21, is the annual Baldwinsville School District budget vote and school board election. With four candidates vying for three available seats, it is important that the electorate consider carefully the candidates who will best serve our school district.
Baldwinsville Mayor Joseph Saraceni met with Messenger Editor Erin Wisneski on Tuesday, May 14, at Canton Woods Senior Center to chat about what’s new in the village. Canton Woods seniors kept the conversation going with questions and concerns regarding village happenings.