There are three candidates for three open seats on the Van Buren Town Board and one candidate for town supervisor. Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 3. To find out your polling place, visit ongov.net/elections.
The Baldwinsville Messenger is hosting a community forum for the candidates for Lysander Town Board and supervisor from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 29, at the Baldwinsville Public Library.
How time flies! What do you know about this gathering and the event that was taking place? It’s hard to believe that on Oct. 29, this photo will be 20 years old.
To the editor: I want to thank editor Sarah Hall, the Baldwinsville Messenger and Eagle Newspapers for supporting our shelter pets with the “CNYSPCA Pet of the Week” feature.
The change of season is the perfect time to try something new or revisit an activity you have enjoyed in the past. There are so many possibilities.
Here we are, halfway between Homecoming and Halloween. It’s time to visit your library to track down some scary treats, plan some cool party snacks and décor and tackle any other tasks you have in mind.
There are four candidates for two open seats on the Lysander Town Board and one candidate for town supervisor. Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 3. To find out your polling place, visit ongov.net/elections.
Walk for the Woods 2015 was a great success! The weather was picture perfect. All of the walk participants were in good spirits, including the four-legged ones! Thank you to everyone who contributed to the Walk for the Woods 2015.
The citizens of the Baldwinsville area owe a great deal to Miss Lesley Voorhees. She lived most of her 100 years in Baldwinsville.
The air is getting crisp, but we’re still here with entertainment and education for all. From trivia to technology we have the opportunities, information and tools to help you manage your world and reach for your dreams.
To the editor: In regards to the commemoration of the signing of the United States Constitution, one of the great documents ever written, on Sept. 17, 1787, I offer these thoughts.
To the editor: It looks like the green book collection box in Tops Plaza on Downer Street has become a dumping ground for trash, TVs, computers, etc.
To the editor: The North West Fire District (NWFD) Board of Commissioners would like to thank the residents of the district for coming out to vote on Sept. 22.
To the editor: When the editorial in this newspaper that appeared two weeks ago lambasted members of the Lysander Town Board for insulting and childish behavior towards one another, it also criticized me as equally guilty for not showing leadership in thwarting such behavior.
Pictured is a traumatic event taking place in the life of the Canino family, who resided on the corner of Potter and River Roads until 1941. What was taking place and why?