Monday, October 31
Lysander residents will have four candidates to choose from when selecting two individuals for councilor representation on the town board. Norman Ashbarry and Robert Ellis are running on the Republican and Independence lines, Andrew Reeves is running on the Democratic and Independence lines and Melinda Shimer is running on the Democratic line.
The taxpayers of the Town of Lysander have been well served by the leadership and common sense approach of Supervisor Barry Bullis. I wholeheartedly urge the residents of Lysander to re-elect him as Supervisor.
I am writing in support of Derek Shepard for the office of County Legislator in the 13th District (Van Buren, Elbridge, Camillus).
The Syracuse Home Auxiliary would like to thank the businesses that donated to our raffles and contributed in countless ways to the success of the 2011 Arts & Crafts Festival.
Karen Cannata-LaRocca, third from left, cuts the ribbon for the launch of her business Send Out Cards. She shared her new business in the Chamber of Commerce office for a before business hours open house and ribbon cutting on Oct. 11.
B’ville Girls Crew fundraiser accepts computers, small appliances, TVs
The Baldwinsville Girls Crew Booster Club will host a “Recycling for Rowers” electronics collections event from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, in Kimbrook Plaza parking lot at the corner of routes 31 and 57.
Sunday, October 30
A sobriety checkpoint in the town of Salina led to charges against four central New York residents.
Saturday, October 29
B'ville to encounter CBA in Class AA semifinals
In hot pursuit of a third Section III Class AA championship in four years, Baldwinsville’s girls soccer team had no trouble with its opening playoff assignment. Given the top seed, the Bees met Rome Free Academy in last Thursday’s AA quarterfinal at Fulton, quickly taking over in the first half and putting away the Black Knights in a 5-0 shutout.
Friday, October 28
B'ville soccer seeks fifth straight sectional title
On a turf it knows quite well, the Baldwinsville boys soccer team took a tough first step toward what it hopes is a fifth consecutive Section III Class AA title. The no. 2 seed Bees struck quickly against no. 10 seed Nottingham in Friday's AA quarterfinal at Liverpool and, for the most part, relied on its defense during a 2-0 victory over the Bulldogs.
If you are one of the 350 residences and businesses involved in the quest for public water in the town of Lysander for the past 11 years, you may want to consider casting your vote this November for a change in leadership.
When our family chose to move to Lysander, and ultimately serve our community in a variety of ways, there was no indication that we'd ever witness the recent slew of unwarranted attacks directed at elected officials by a small group of residents.
Baldwinsville’s girls gymnastics team put together a second-place finish in the large-school division during Thursday’s Section III championships.
Joanie Mahoney, Onondaga County Executive, has been named one of the top state and local government officials in the nation.
Research & Marketing Strategies welcomes Danielle Stafford to the firm as its new healthcare administrative assistant within its healthcare division.
First-graders Ellie Adsit, left, and Jonah Dombroski read stories written by two of their classmates.
Lysander officials have approved a local law designed to attract business development in the town.
Company B, Baker High School’s vocal jazz ensemble, will host their annual craft fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday Nov. 12, at Baker High School in Baldwinsville.
Thursday, October 27
On Oct. 17, the Baldwinsville Central School District honored its 10 Board of Education members for their service and dedication to the district’s students and to public education with a presentation of gifts during the Board’s meeting.
Trevor Hill, Maxwell Anderson excel in BTG’s ‘Othello’
Shakespeare meets Santana in Baldwinsville Theatre Guild’s current production of “Othello,” set in the 1960s against the backdrop of war, pacifism, civil rights and free love.
NOTICE: The Plainville Board of Commissioners is hereby accepting applications to fill three Commissioner Position vacancies. The terms to be filled are for two years, three years and five years, respectively.
Baldwinsville Little League President Bill Rabe, left, and Baldwinsville Kiwanis President Mike Samoraj pose before a portable scoreboard that the Kiwanis Club recently purchased for the Baldwinsville Little League.
Time For Change Antiques is the newest retail establishment in Baldwinsville.
I am very glad to have received Meals on Wheels of Baldwinsville. It fills my daily needs. It fits my budget every day, as well as my stomach.
On Election Day, vote for the best County Legislator candidate to represent us, Derek Shepard.
I am writing this letter to thank everyone that has believed in me and supported me in my campaign to become Lysander Town Supervisor.
Wednesday, October 26
As high as the Baldwinsville girls swim team rose this fall, it could not quite take the final step toward the top of the CNY Counties League. In front of a loud, energetic home crowd at the Baker High school pool Tuesday night, the 6-0 Bees clashed with 7-0 West Genesee, and it was the Wildcats maintaining its league crown, prevailing by a score of 53-39.
There are five incumbents and two newcomers running for positions in the town of Van Buren. While there are no contested races in the Van Buren town government, the Baldwinsville Messenger has compiled brief profiles of the candidates seeking office.
The Y is an association dedicated to youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.
(From left) Sarah Dorsey, Zoie Carlisle, Gillian Gipe and Amanda Ingerson are Palmer Elementary School's announcing team for the 2011-12 school year.
I would like to again remind voters of the 13th Legislative District about the accomplishments of Derek Shepard, the endorsed Republican Candidate, and winner of the Republican Primary for county legislator.
Election Day is Nov. 8. Please mark your calendars and join me in voting for positive change on our county legislator position.
Last Thursday I was fortunate enough to attend a “Meet the Candidate” function.
I am voting for Derek Shepard for County Legislator because Derek has the energy, ambition, knowledge and enthusiasm to be an excellent legislator. His main goal is to serve the people he will be representing.
Tuesday, October 25
YMCA officials are not giving up on the 22-acre site in Radisson. Earlier today, officials announced receipt of a $500,000 pledge to build the Northwest Family Y at the corner of Drakes Landing and Route 31 in Lysander.
How many can say they burn more calories than they consume on Thanksgiving Day? While the answer probably amounts to few, those who participate in the annual Kiwanis Turkey Day Race may qualify.
Sixteen students from Durgee Junior High School have been selected to perform in the NYSSMA Junior High Area All-State Music Festival, to be held Nov. 4 and 5 in Ithaca.
I am supporting Derek Shepard for Republican County Legislator for the 13th District.
I have had the honor and the privilege to serve as Lysander Town Justice for the past 32 years. Oh, where has the time gone?
Leaders are at their best when people get behind them. Let’s get behind:
To all the organizations, businesses, friends and helpers that supported the Michael Wood Benefit held Sept. 24 at the Baldwinsville VFW…our sincere thanks! It was a rousing success and a good time, too.
Monday, October 24
Michael Halka, esteemed leading knight, awards Brian Bulingame, left, with the student of the month honor. Burlingame, a senior at Baker High School, was chosen for the honor by the Liverpool Elks Club.
Night is falling faster, the temperature is beginning to dip and your 401 k still hasn’t recovered from the recession. In other words, it’s getting a little scary out there, but don’t be afraid. We have a large, well-lighted building and lots of ways to help you through the scares (real and imagined) that lie ahead in this season of changes.
I’m going to hang clothes on the line today. It’s a gorgeous day, sunny and clear and perfect for drying. I love the smell of sheets dried on the line. It reminds me fondly of visiting my aunt in the summer.
Tony Thompson, a 2003 graduate of Baker High School, has been at University Hospital for more than a month after experiencing a brain hemorrhage, which has resulted in mounting medical bills.
Seniors Corso, Woods honored
In the final week of its season, the Baldwinsville field hockey team continued to have offensive struggles against the top CNY Counties League foes.
Sunday, October 23
Liverpool loss to CNS moved Bees into no. 1 slot
Another regular season has ended for the Baldwinsville girls soccer team, with the biggest tests still ahead as it defends the Section III Class AA title it won a year ago. And due to an unexpected turn of events on the weekend, the Bees (14-1-1) again will operate as the top seed.
Skaneateles football controversy overshadows players' accomplishments
So they played a football playoff game Friday night in Skaneateles. This in itself was rather extraordinary, given the dim history of the Lakers program for nearly two decades before Tim Green took over as head coach in 2010.
Saturday, October 22
Ramin nets game-winner as Bees, Rams head into playoffs
Ben Ramin’s superb strike late in overtime gave the Baldwinsville boys soccer team a 1-0 win against host Jamesville-Dewitt on Saturday afternoon in the regular-season finale for both defending Section III champions.
Friday, October 21
Double-digit lead gets away as two-year title reign ends
A devastating second-half performance by Utica Proctor put an end to the Baldwinsville football team's quest for a third consecutive Section III Class AA championship. The Raiders rallied past the Bees, 39-21, Friday night in the AA quarterfinal, played at Liverpool High School because poor field conditions at Pelcher-Arcaro Stadium forced B'ville to move the contest.
I usually do not compliment civic elected officials. However, I must compliment the Van Buren Town Board on their actions to stop 48- and 53-foot tractor trailers from taking a short cut from Jones Road to Farrell Road via Stiles Road.
I am writing to you on behalf of the JAM team, namely John Salisbury, Andrew Reeves and Melinda Shimer. We purchased political signs with donations from a number of people in Lysander.
As a candidate running for town council, I am deeply offended and discouraged by the childish behavior and illegal activity involved in the current campaign here in Lysander.
Lysander Town Hall will open from 9 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. Monday, Oct. 31, for “office” trick or treating and to judge the door/window decorating contest, which is open to children from 3 to 10 years old.
Community service organization would like to thank participants, volunteers
The Rotary Club of Baldwinsville’s Rotary Run was held Oct. 16 at Baker High School.
Thursday, October 20
At least for the Baldwinsville boys cross country team, the second meeting with Cicero-North Syracuse proved the charm – no third time required. The Bees, who lost a narrow decision to the Northstars 27-30 a week earlier at Oneida Shores, got payback on its home course in Wednesday’s CNY Counties League National division championship meet.
B'ville handles CNS, improves mark to 6-0
All is in place for the Baldwinsville girls swim team, who hosts West Genesee next Tuesday night with the CNY Counties League regular-season championship on the line. To get to this point, the Bees still needed to clear one more big hurdle, which it did by going to LeMoyne College’s pool Wednesday night and beating Cicero-North Syracuse 100-81 to improve its mark to 6-0.
King + King Architects has announced the promotion of Nadine Hachmann to project manager in their higher education studio.
Maggie McClain, a third-grader at Van Buren Elementary School, was recently honored by the American Heart Association for her fund raising efforts.
Fall is in the air, and so are the leaves and debris that come with it each year.
The Baldwinsville Varsity Hockey Booster Club will host a very cool hypnosis show to raise money for the hockey team.
The Onondaga County Legislature held their annual budget session Oct. 11. The budget session is the final step in considering the proposed budget and the Ways and Means recommendations.
The 2012 budget for Onondaga County has been adopted. While I am not satisfied with everything in this budget, the progress made by the Ways and Means committee reduces the taxes in the majority of the municipalities I represent notably more than the proposed budget.
Wednesday, October 19
Bees top Liverpool, but fall to F-M in title match
Propelled by strong singles play, the Baldwinsville girls tennis team made its way back to the Section III Class A championship round, only to get stopped by an all-too-familiar dynasty. The Bees got there by surpassing Liverpool 5-2 in Monday’s Class A semifinal, played after two different rain-enforced postponements.
Service club hopes attendance keeps up to raise more money for local causes
More than 150 diners attended the first spaghetti dinner of the season, hosted by the Rotary Club of Baldwinsville.
I would like the voters to know this election year offers a unique opportunity to the citizens of Lysander.
As a long-time registered republican in the town of Lysander, I would like to express my opinions regarding the upcoming election of the Lysander Town Board members.
Zachary Roseberry, a seventh-grader at Ray Middle School, is a published poet. His poem, “Rainbows,” will be included in “Acclaim,” a book of student poetry to be published by the American Library of Poetry later this fall.
Tuesday, October 18
Despite early lead, Bees fall in four sets
True, the Baldwinsville boys volleyball team has closed some of the gap with Class AA championship front-runner Oswego - but not all of it. The Bees dropped Monday's encounter with the Buccaneers in four sets, marking a slight improvement from their first meeting on Sept. 21, where Oswego prevailed in straight sets.
A tale of peace, love, jealousy and murder
Jealousy fuels the downward spiral that is Othello's demise in one of Shakespeare's greatest tragedies.
More than 50 students from Baldwinsville Christian Academy took the opportunity to join more than 3 million other students throughout the world for "See You at the Pole" at 7:30 a.m. Sept. 28.
Mr. Salisbury's letter in last week's newspaper contains some very fuzzy math.
As someone who has lived in the community for almost my entire life, I truly believe we need drastic change in our town government. Our former town government has skewed assessments, amassed $4 million dollars in debt and stalled the building of the Northwest Y.
The First United Methodist Church of Baldwinsville would like to thank the community for making this year's fall rummage sale a success.
Barry Bullis has served as Lysander Town Supervisor for the past 15 years.
Norm Ashbarry is running for Lysander Town Council. Norm and his wife have lived in Lysander for 27 years and their children graduated from C.W. Baker High School. Norm recently retired from the New York State Police after 32 years of exemplary service, previous to which he had private business experience.
Congratulations to the string students at Elden and McNamara elementary schools who donated more than $200 to the CNYSPCA, which they collected a quarter at a time last school year with a special fundraiser.
Monday, October 17
Hillview Community Church has reason to celebrate. Not only will the congregation commemorate its 50th anniversary at the end of this month, but it has found strength after devastation earlier this year. In the early hours of Feb. 7, the fellowship building at Hillview collapsed under the weight of accumulated snow.
Do you have a gently used band or orchestra instrument collecting dust in your attic?
Every year, Baldwinsville baseball players are limited in their training due to weather constraints.
Sunday, October 16
Death of Phoenix football player shakes local sports scene
For all the wrong reasons, high school football in Central New York seemed to find its way into headlines beyond the sports page in this otherworldly autumn.
B'ville rebounds from CNS defeats; girls take second
Three days after a disappointing defeat to Cicero-North Syracuse in a first-place CNY Counties League National division showdown, the Baldwinsville boys cross country team would recover with a victory at Saturday's Chittenango Invitational.
Bees improve to 12-1; Firenze sisters reclaiming top form
As the post-season defense of its Section III Class AA title looms, the Baldwinsville girls soccer team is not having anything close to a scare.
Bees to meet Liverpool in Class A semis
With the regular season behind them, the Baldwinsville girls tennis team took its 9-1 record into the Section III Class A team tournament, carrying the intent to win it all. At least the first part went smoothly, as the Bees took apart Oswego 7-0 in last Wednesday’s quarterfinal round at the B’ville school campus.
Saturday, October 15
Second-half surge secures top AA seed for Hornets
At least for the moment, the Fayetteville-Manlius boys soccer team has upended Baldwinsville from the favorite's role in the latest pursuit of Section III Class AA championship glory. A trio of second-half scoring plays pushed the state no. 3-ranked Hornets past the no. 4-ranked Bees 3-0 on a cold, windy and wet Saturday at Pelcher-Arcaro Stadium.
Rouse tops 300 yards; Bees to get Proctor in playoffs
True, it rained again on the Baldwinsville football team's regular-season finale at Pelcher-Arcaro Stadium. But everything else was different.
Friday, October 14
Durgee seventh-graders create original music compositions
In September, seventh-graders at Ray Middle School created original music compositions in their classes with music teacher Tammy Williams.
Family swim will be held from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays through May 17 at Baker High School pool. Youth 16 and younger must have a parent accompany them; children younger than 8 must have a parent in the water.
The Town of Lysander has begun construction of the Whispering Oaks Sewer Improvement project.
Thursday, October 13
Martin's pair of race wins, plus relay, keeps B'ville in first
Many different contributors were needed for the Baldwinsville girls swim team to make it five wins in as many meets in 2011. The Bees met Fayetteville-Manlius Wednesday night at Nottingham, where the Hornets have home meets and where the Section III championships take place in early November. Kaitlyn Martin’s pair of titles paced B’ville in a 98-77 victory.
Peinkofer is individual champ in 27-30 defeat
All the good work done by the Baldwinsville boys cross country team this fall was in preparation to try and knock Cicero-North Syracuse off its CNY Counties League National division throne. And in Wednesday’s showdown at Oneida Shores Park, the Bees were within inches of pulling it off, only to have the Northstars snatch it from them in a 27-30 defeat.
A group of students from Van Buren Elementary School participated in the MVP Health Care 3K Fun and Fitness Run as part of the 19th Annual Syracuse Festival of Races on Oct. 2.
The Onondaga County Legislature met in regular session Oct. 4. There were two main items for action on the agenda, along with the usual items for this time of year. The legislature approved bonding for $2.2 million to install a Voiceover Internet Protocol System.
The Baldwinsville Girls Swim Team made a splash Sept. 24 with a village car wash, successfully collecting funds for the Swim Booster Club.
Wednesday, October 12
Congregating, disrespect leads to problems under Route 48 bridge
With the beginning of the school year, more youth are in the village reconnecting with school friends. Some gather at the library, on the sporting fields, in the village parks or at the B’ville Diner. Others hang out at the tunnel under the Route 48 bridge.
Research & Marketing Strategies (RMS) has added Karen Joncas to the firm as its new Healthcare Transformation Coordinator within its healthcare division.
The inaugural Empire State Marathon will come through Baldwinsville this Sunday, Oct. 16.
Are you better off now than you were four years ago? My thought is that we are definitely not. As the declared Democratic and Conservative candidate for Lysander Supervisor, you will have a clear choice this year on Nov. 8.
Emma Wolf, a first-grader at Reynolds Elementary School, is ready to give Syracuse University basketball players Michael Carter-Williams, center, and Baye Keita high fives after a school assembly.
County legislators representing greater Baldwinsville voted with the 13-6 majority Tuesday, Oct. 11, approving the $1.2 billion budget for Onondaga County.
Tuesday, October 11
B'ville outlasts 15 opponents in latest conquest
Though it certainly didn't need any further validation of its strength, the Baldwinsville girls volleyball team was determined to claim the top prize at its own Fall Swing Tournament on Saturday. And the Bees did just that, beating 15 other school that gathered for the mid-season classic at Baker High School.
The Syracuse Convention and Visitors Bureau recently selected Van Buren Justice Ed Van Der Water as its September SCVB Superstar.
Baker High School seniors Sean Honsinger, back left, Nathan Porceng, back right, Nicole Felty, front left, Emily Payne, front center, and Nicholas Welch have been named Commended Students in the 2012 National Merit Scholarship Program by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation.
My name is Kevin Rode, and I am running for Lysander Town Supervisor.
Regarding your editorial on the new Livestock law approved in Van Buren, perhaps you should have listened to the “other side” of this particular family targeted by the town of Van Buren. They used the sympathy of the crowd to pass their law.
Monday, October 10
Candlelight Quilt Guild of Baldwinsville will present their biennial quilt show in October with an added display celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War and the role of quilts in that conflict.
Eric Mower and Associates, one of the top U.S. independent marketing communications firms, has hired Caitlin Rounds as project manager. Rounds will be responsible for managing the execution of multi-channel marketing campaigns that span both digital and traditional mediums for a number of EMA clients.
CNY Cat Coalition volunteers will seek donations of pet food for families in need on Saturday, Oct. 15 at the Tractor Supply Company, Route 31 in Baldwinsville.
Zumba fuses hypnotic musical rhythms and tantalizing moves to create a dynamic workout system designed to be fun and easy to do. The goal is simple: Get people to want to work out, to love working out, to get hooked.
New NHL season offers hope for most of teams
You might find this hard to believe, given the Red Sox fallout (get over it already), but in Boston last week they actually had a happy sports-related moment. For the first time in 39 years, the Bruins franchise got to raise a Stanley Cup banner.
Bees' showdown with F-M looms on Saturday
As the season has worn on, the Baldwinsville boys soccer team had to know that one regular-season contest loomed over all the others – its meeting with Fayetteville-Manlius. The two undefeated sides, both ranked in the state Class AA top five, will finally meet each other Saturday afternoon at Pelcher-Arcaro Stadium, with the winner (if there is one) likely to snare the top seed for the Section III Class AA playoffs later this month.
An intense week of practice followed the Baldwinsville girls soccer team seeing a two-goal lead vanish in a 3-2 loss to Liverpool on the first day of October.
Saturday, October 8
Rouse, with 289 yards, zooms past 1,000 for season
Controversies behind them, the Baldwinsville football team had two more chances to work on its strengths and weaknesses before the post-season pursuit of a third straight Section III Class AA title. In the first of these outings, the Bees went east on Friday night and added to the troubles of a one-time power, setting a season mark for points in a 61-20 victory over Rome Free Academy.
Friday, October 7
It runs in the family. Baldwinsville residents Harlow Kissselstein and daughter, Kate, will appear in the musical “Man of La Mancha” opening at Salt City Center for the Performing Arts Oct. 14 at the New Times Theatre in the State Fair Grounds. Harlow’s other daughter, Lisa, also a singer and actress, was the original Belle in Pat Lotito's first production of “A Dickens of a Christmas.”
Baldwinsville officials have pledged support of the Northwest YMCA.
Many volunteers are needed for Enchanted Beaver Lake, a Halloween family-fun event held from 5 to 8:30 p.m. Oct. 27 to 30 at Beaver Lake Nature Center.
The Baldwinsville Central School District Board of Education and administrators are beginning the development of next year’s budget several months earlier than usual in order to thoroughly analyze every aspect of the budget including expenditures, programs and anticipated revenues.
Martin wins 200 freestyle, 500 freestyle over Warriors
With each week, each meet and each strong effort, the Baldwinsville girls swim team reinforces its status as a championship contender in the CNY Counties League. Now the Bees are 4-0 after hosting Liverpool Thursday night and, led by Kaitlyn Martin, put together a 53-41 victory over the Warriors.
Thursday, October 6
Fleming, Miller take individual races
Both of Baldwinsville’s cross country teams handled the challenge at Utica Proctor in Wednesday’s meet, the boys winning 22-43 over the Raiders and the girls Bees prevailing by a margin of 15-50.
By the margin of a single shot, Baldwinsville boys golfer Brendan Polsin missed grabbing a share of the Section III Class AA championship Wednesday afternoon at Green Lakes State Park.
A 19-year member of the Baldwinsville Police Department, Officer Knaul has served five of those years as the school resource officer at Baker High School, a position he sought out and obtained after receiving detailed training.
Two schools in the Baldwinsville Central School District devoted the morning of Sept. 23 to health education and wellness activities to promote a healthy lifestyle.
The 10th annual Raise the Green Golf Tournament raised $11,000 for Ophelia's Place in Liverpool. The tournament took place Thursday afternoon, Sept. 22, at the Foxfire Golf Course.
Each school in the Baldwinsville Central School District now has at least 15 iPads available for teachers to use for instruction. The district’s teaching staff is infusing 21st century technology into their instruction to enrich their students’ learning experiences.
Everyone survived – and no one went hungry – at the last Keep the Ball Rolling, which is Baker High School PTSA’s annual all night alcohol/drug-free celebration immediately following the senior ball.
Wednesday, October 5
Reisinger, Pollard win pair of singles matches
So there was another close contest between teams from Baldwinsville and West Genesee, and this time it was the Bees finishing on top.
B'ville still with perfect mark, having not lost a set
Just as in most recent campaigns, the lone suspense around the Baldwinsville girls volleyball team is whether any opponent can even notch a set against them.
First-graders in teacher Shana Bach’s class at Reynolds Elementary School invited their grandparents to lunch on Sept. 27.
The traditional, tricky treatment continues for Baldwinsville windows.
Baldwinsville Grange 1251 will celebrate its 100th anniversary this month.
A month of school is already in the rear view mirror and Halloween is dead ahead. Time is fleeting folks and we’re here to help you make the most of your time and money with free books, eBooks, audio books, music, movies and programs for all ages.
Anheuser-Busch has announced plans to invest more than $1 billion in its breweries and other facilities nationwide to support the growth of its brands and reinforce its commitment to local U.S. communities where it operates.
Tuesday, October 4
The Northwest YMCA wants to be your friend. Using a grassroots campaign, the volunteers working to bring a YMCA to Baldwinsville are asking the public to pledge their moral support for the proposed facility on Facebook.
Pete Ferstler, left, Avis Neupert and Pete's dogs, Lady and Jake, support Canton Woods during its Walk for the Woods event held Saturday, Sept. 24.
(Back, from left) Colleen Chiesa, Cheyanne Long and Kyleigh Anderson listen as Lucia Cataldo, a retired school library media specialist, brings a character from a novel to life for fifth-graders at Palmer Elementary School in Baldwinsville. Cataldo presented character book talks to all of the school’s fifth-graders to generate excitement for reading.
Oct. 15 event benefits Syracuse Home activities committee
This year’s edition of the Syracuse Home Auxiliary Arts and Crafts Festival is packed with some exciting changes.
Monday, October 3
Deanne Bell, host of ESPN’s “Rise Up,” speaks with technology students at Ray Middle School on Sept. 19.
Jeanne Dangle, superintendent of the Baldwinsville Central School District, has scheduled two public meetings this fall to receive community input regarding the budget for the 2012-13 school year.
We still see in your papers from time to time letters in support of or opposition to the proposed North West YMCA.
Sunday, October 2
Bees squander 2-0 lead in first loss of season
Situated at the no. 3 spot in the state Class AA rankings, the Baldwinsville girls soccer team primed itself for, arguably, its biggest test of the regular season. The Bees paid a visit to Liverpool Saturday night, a rematch of the Sept. 13 game where the two sides played to a 0-0 draw in warm, sunny conditions on the grass at Pelcher-Arcaro Stadium.
While waiting until Oct. 17 for another shot at Oswego, the Baldwinsville boys volleyball team proceeded to dismiss other CNY Counties League rivals.
Bees also drop close match to Liverpool, 206-209
Just a handful of shots separated the Baldwinsville boys golf team from a sweep of all three CNY Counties League matches in the closing days of September.