- Lacrosse Lakers to meet Westhill in sectional final | 16 hours, 12 minutes ago
- Cazenovia lacrosse handles Marcellus | 3 days, 4 hours ago
- Jones, Panasci lead Lakers at tennis sectionals | 3 days, 6 hours ago
- Tennis Lakers get pair of sectional titles | 3 days, 6 hours ago
- Caz boys track finish second in league meet | 3 days, 14 hours ago
- Girls Lakers season ended by General Brown | 4 days, 2 hours ago
- The architectural design of Lorenzo and the Sacred Sites Program to be sponsored by the Friends of Lorenzo in support of Preservation Month in Cazenovia | 4 days, 3 hours ago
Mark Tierno, president of Cazenovia College, to depart on June 30 5 days, 2 hours ago
Town prepares to demolish New Woodstock highway garage 5 days, 3 hours ago
DEC: High volume of dead sunfish in Cazenovia Lake a natural event 5 days, 22 hours ago
- Lacrosse Lakers to meet Westhill in sectional final
- Cazenovia lacrosse handles Marcellus
- Jones, Panasci lead Lakers at tennis sectionals
- Tennis Lakers get pair of sectional titles
- Caz boys track finish second in league meet
Lifestyle and Entertainment
- The architectural design of Lorenzo and the Sacred Sites Program to be sponsored by the Friends of Lorenzo in support of Preservation Month in Cazenovia
- Madison County Fair set for July 9 through 12
- Middle school orchestra, band placed first and second at Darien Lake competition
- More than just baby blues
- New wine and liquor store opens on Albany Street
Letters to the Editor
- Let’s debate both sides of the Arab-Israeli conflict
- Thank you from Barclay Talbot’s parents
- Proposed religious release time revision ignored study group recommendations
- Rotary thanks community for supporting recent scrap metal and food drive
- Homeowners file suit to annul Western Gateway zone change
- Judge O’Sullivan announces candidacy for Madison County Court
- AAGS offers reward in case of neglected dog
- Fenner town office building, stop signs vandalized
- Cazenovia and NYS police blotters
- Three local teens arrested in February bomb incident at home of Cazenovia High School teacher
- Kinney holds more raffles for Children’s Hospital
- Ground broken for Hampton Inn and Suites on Route 20, scheduled for April 2016 opening
- New wine and liquor store opens on Albany Street
- Shovels in the dirt
- Albany Street shop Industrial Loft brings new life to old items
- Trout Unlimited is protecting your local stream
- Think it’s cold now? Dave Shephard can tell you a story about February 1934
- Reminiscences of Cazenovia: Life in the 50s and 60s – Part 1
- Will we sit back and watch as our schools are decimated by the GEA?
- From the state senate: Support Cell Phones for Soldiers
The architectural design of Lorenzo and the Sacred Sites Program to be sponsored by the Friends of Lorenzo in support of Preservation Month in Cazenovia
Each year since 2003, in celebration of “Preservation Month,” The Friends of Lorenzo sponsor a variety of programs and presentations that focus on noteworthy historic preservation topics in and around Cazenovia. These activities have included various walking tours throughout the village, site visits to exemplary restored buildings and presentations by experts on an array of subjects — from preservation policy, to significant restoration projects, to sources of funding for historic preservation.
In April, 17-year-old Michaela Boswell, of Chittenango, experienced a wish come true. Michaela, who has clear cell carcinoma, traveled to Australia with her family for an unforgettable adventure in “the land down under.”
Mehlbaum, Orbach, Parmalee to be next school board members
Cazenovia Central School District residents approved three ballot propositions, including the annual budget, by a 5-to-1 margin each and elected three new school board members during the annual budget vote on May 19.
Will become president of college in Illinois
Mark J. Tierno, who has served as president of Cazenovia College for the past 15 years, has been selected as the next president of MacMurray College in Jacksonville, Ill., a post he will assume on July 1.
Local hunters and anglers can now purchase their hunting and fishing licenses from the Cazenovia town clerk rather than traveling to other town offices or regional sporting goods stores. The town board last week unanimously approved (on a vote of 3-0 with two members absent) the resumption of the license sales by the town after a 16-month hiatus.
Will erect new state police barracks satellite office
The old town highway garage in New Woodstock — currently serving as a New York State Police satellite office — is about to be demolished, with a new building and garage, as well as extra public parking, to be constructed in its place. The project, announced by the town board in February, is expected to be completed by the end of summer.
Thanks to an outpouring of support from local businesses, Kinney Drugs in Cazenovia has arranged additional fundraising raffles that will directly ensure critical medical support services for our area youngsters. One hundred percent of all funds raised will remain local, supporting the Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital.
Cazenovians, especially those who live on Cazenovia Lake, have noticed an unusually high number of dead and dying sunfish in and around the shores of the lake, which has caused many to wonder why and what is the cause. According to experts, it’s stress.
Madison County Board of Elections Commissioners Laura P. Costello and Kelley S. Hood remind citizens interested in voting in the June 16 Cazenovia and Hamilton village elections that the deadline for voter registration is June 5.
The Cazenovia Middle School orchestra and band traveled to Darien Lake amusement park last Saturday, May 16, to compete in the annual Darien Lake Music Festival, where they placed first and second, respectively, in their competition groups.
John is looking for a home! This handsome boy is an adult, medium-energy pit bull mix. He is a Canine Ambassador and has honorably represented the shelter at many events. He’s a fantastic dog — he loves everyone, is good on a leash, great in the car and very gentle with children. He’s a shelter favorite, but he’s ready to have a home. Once you meet this brindle beauty, you’ll see what a special dog he is. Call the CNYSPCA at 454-4479 and ask about John.
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.
For the second time in two weeks, a major economic development project that will have a vast local and regional impact has broken ground in Cazenovia. This latest event, held Friday morning, May 15, in the Village Edge South area across from the Town and Country plaza on Route 20, was the official dedication ceremony for the new 80-room Hampton Inn and Suites hotel and conference center being built by Cazenovia Hospitality LLC.
More than 50 Cazenovia Central School District residents came out to the high school Wednesday night to meet and hear the issue positions of the four candidates seeking seats on the school board in the upcoming May 19 election. The four candidates — Jennifer Bradstreet, David Mehlbaum, Louis Orbach and Jennifer Parmalee — all participated in the forum, which was sponsored by the Cazenovia League of Women Voters and moderated by Anne Redfern.