Sarah Hall

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ATMs for Good benefit local nonprofits

Many people balk at the idea of paying a hefty surcharge at the ATM. But what if a portion of that surcharge went to a good cause? That’s the idea behind ATMs for Good, a project of Syracuse ATM. Kathryn Bolster, who owns Syracuse ATM, said she thought of the program as a way to bring more meaning to her work.

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Good things come to those who wait

The Patience Project seeks homes for longtime shelter dogs

No one had even looked at Duke for more than a year. The 3-year-old Rottweiler-shepherd mix had sat in the kennels at CNY Veterinary Services in Clay since he was 6 months old. His chances for adoption looked grim. Then Duke’s photo was featured on Facebook on a page dedicated to dogs like him who have spent months or even years in shelters. The Patience Project’s picture was shared on one page after another and ultimately made its way to Gerry Ioannone in Rochester.

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Marooned on Lock 24

Canal closure keeps boaters in B’ville

There are worse places to be stranded than the village of Baldwinsville. But to be stuck in the village without a car or a place to pump out your boat for a period bordering on two weeks is a bit much, according to a group of boaters who are biding their time until the New York State Canal System re-opens. “If we’re stranded, this is where I would pick to be stranded,” said Ralph Azersky, a Binghamton native who now calls New Bern, North Carolina, home.

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Kayakers presumed dead in Seneca River accident

The typical levity of Seneca River Day was marred Saturday by a kayak accident a quarter of a mile from the festivities. Two kayakers, who remained unidentified at press time, were fishing on the river on the west side of the bridge around 11 a.m. June 13 when one of the kayaks hit the dam. The hydraulic current caused the boat to capsize, and the man went under the water. The second kayaker paddled over to assist the first, but he, too, was caught in the river’s strong current and capsized.

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Honor and Remember Walk/Run to raise money for Cpl. Kyle Schneider Foundation

Kyle Schneider believed he had a duty to serve his country. “It’s my turn,” he told his mother, Lorie. So in 2008, the 2006 Baker High School graduate left Onondaga Community College to enlist in the United States Marine Corps. “[Kyle] wanted to serve something higher than himself,” said Lt. Col. John D. Harrill, Schneider’s battalion commander. “I remember talking to him in the barracks. He left community college because he didn’t feel like he was doing enough for the country he loved.”

Baldwinsville voters approve budget

Voters in the Baldwinsville Central School District overwhelmingly approved the 2015-16 budget May 19, with 873 voting in favor and 247 against.

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Golf tournament to raise money for scholarship in memory of beloved teacher

Jennifer Miles had a lot of memorable qualities, but the one that stands out the most to her fellow teachers at McNamara Elementary is her smile. “It was contagious,” recalled fifth-grade teacher Luke Smith. “I’ll always remember it.”

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More than just baby blues

As many as 20 percent of pregnant women women are affected by perinatal depression

In an attempt to raise awareness about PPD, Crouse’s Spirit of Women program, which is led by Kowaleski, is hosting the Climb with Crouse from 9 a.m. to noon Sunday, May 24, on the 2K Serengeti Trail at Green Lakes State Park in Fayetteville.

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Honoring Nora

About 150 people attended a vigil held Saturday, May 9, in honor of 2-year-old Nora Lamirande, who was killed in a fire that destroyed her home at 25 Naylor Circle in Van Buren on May 3.

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BPL voters approve budget

Voters in the Baldwinsville Central School District overwhelmingly approved the Baldwinsville Public Library’s budget Thursday, April 23.

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