Erin Wisneski

Editor, Baldwinsville Messenger
315-434-8889 Ext: 332

Erin can be reached at editor@baldwinsvillemessenger.com.

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Memorial Day Parade, Service to be held May 30 in village

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.

QuintEssence takes stage May 29

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.

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Farmers market returns to village

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.

COLUMN: Coffee with the Mayor – the village eyesore

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.

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Resurrecting history in Van Buren

Brandon Hart has spearheaded a project at the once-forgotten Hardscrabble Cemetery.

District budget hearing set for today

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.

COLUMN: A trip down memory lane and a bittersweet goodbye

The Big Chill … Timber Banks … The Northwest YMCA. These are just a few of the many stories I have had the pleasure to write about here in Baldwinsville. It was nearly eight years ago when I took the position as Messenger editor. Little did I realize how much this “job” would change my life.

GBCC names Dengler biz person of the year

For more than 40 years, the Greater Baldwinsville Chamber of Commerce has recognized a member of the local business community and honored them as the Business Person of the Year. This year’s honoree is Mark Dengler, president of Research & Marketing Strategies, Inc.

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What’s in Your River?

It seems that an Auburn plant is considering processing fracking waste, a liquid byproduct produced by the natural gas industry.

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Village celebrates Arbor Day

Baldwinsville is A Tree City USA, a distinction the village has carried for 26 consecutive years.

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