- Attend dinner and support veterans | 20 hours, 45 minutes ago
- Cazenovia Public Library survey results are in | 20 hours, 45 minutes ago
- Top-seeded Lakers roar to Class B final | 23 hours, 51 minutes ago
- Caz field hockey sectional streak hits nine | 1 day, 8 hours ago
- Cazenovia refuge: Local residents give former laboratory test dog foster home | 1 day, 21 hours ago
- Years ago in history: Week of Oct. 29 | 1 day, 21 hours ago
- Girls soccer Lakers ousted in Class B semis | 1 day, 23 hours ago
Caz field hockey sectional streak hits nine 1 day, 8 hours ago
Cazenovia refuge: Local residents give former laboratory test dog foster home 1 day, 21 hours ago
Years ago in history: Week of Oct. 29 1 day, 21 hours ago
- Top-seeded Lakers roar to Class B final
- Caz field hockey sectional streak hits nine
- Girls soccer Lakers ousted in Class B semis
- School board approves ice hockey, wrestling combination teams with other districts
- Field hockey Lakers return to sectional final
Lifestyle and Entertainment
- Cazenovia Public Library survey results are in
- Cazenovia refuge: Local residents give former laboratory test dog foster home
- Madison County holds Ebola preparedness meeting
- Project Cafe to host election night dinner
- 13th Annual Wheler Family Conference to focus on justice
Letters to the Editor
- Attend dinner and support veterans
- CAP thanks community for success of recent gala
- Vote for Tom Driscoll for town board
- Cazenovia Fire Department thanks community
- We need dedicated leaders like Tom Driscoll in Cazenovia
- Cazenovia police make four narcotics arrests in four days
- Caz College bomb threat investigation closed without arrest
- Fischer trial for death of Maegan Spindler concludes
- Police investigating attempted burglary, room break-in at Lincklaen House
- Maegan Spindler homicide trial starts tomorrow in South Dakota
- Federal disaster loans available for small businesses
- High school students work with local organizations to develop Cazenovia video
- Matthews Salon Spa announces new Dewitt location
- Cazenovia receives nearly $10K in farmland protection grant funding
- Town planning board reviews latest Owera building proposal
In June, members of the Cazenovia community were asked to assist the Cazenovia Public Library by responding to “Your Thoughts, Our Future,” a survey intended to elicit public opinion to help the Library plan for the future needs of the community. Now the results are in, and as in the past, the Cazenovia community continues its unflinching support of the library by responding to the survey in great numbers and with great consideration.
Lakers smash Holland Patent in one-sided Class C final
It's getting to a point for the Cazenovia field hockey team where it's not a question of whether or not it ends a season with a Section III championship - just what are the details that lead to the title.
A four-legged friend in need of a home has found refuge in a Cazenovia household. On Oct. 11, Cazenovia resident Claire Hayes took in “Stevie Nicks,” a 4-year-old female beagle that served as a laboratory test dog for most of her life. Stevie had been rescued by a member of the Beagle Freedom Project only days before.
150 Years Ago November 2, 1864 — Union Meeting at New Woodstock. On Wednesday evening last a large and enthusiastic meeting was held in the Baptist church at New Woodstock. A fair delegation from Cazenovia reciprocated the good feeling displayed by the Union men of New Woodstock in their attendance upon our meeting the evening before … Excellent singing was furnished by the New Woodstock and Cazenovia Glee Clubs.
Last week in Wampsville, the Madison County Health Department met with hospitals in the county, Madison County Emergency Management, first responder agencies, colleges and universities, and other partners to discuss local plans for coordinating an Ebola response.
Sets groundwork to make cheerleading a sport next year
The Cazenovia school district Board of Education last week approved two combination sports teams with other school districts, added a new combination team and set the groundwork for making cheerleading a school sport in 2015-16.
From 5 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 4, Project C.A.F.E. is hosting an Election Night Dinner Fundraiser, all members of the family are welcome. Place your vote them come to Dave's Diner to enjoy an affordable dinner of your choice with proceeds supporting Project C.A.F.E. community activities.
In the hopes of both improving graduation rates, the New York State Board of Regents last week approved a plan to add flexibility to its graduation requirements. On Monday, Oct. 20, the Board of Regents agreed to create a 4+1 pathway option, which would allow students to opt out of one of the social studies exams currently required for graduation. Instead, they could take a "comparatively rigorous" assessment in career/technical education (CTE), science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), the humanities, foreign languages or the arts.
For too long, New York’s system for drawing electoral maps has been broken. Under current legislation, members of the New York State Legislature draw the lines for legislative and congressional districts. Those lines are redrawn every 10 years by a committee made up of sitting legislators. That means that the people responsible for drawing the lines are the very people who benefit from how the lines are drawn.
Ridings fourth in boys race; Rowles also fourth on girls side
One more big race remained before Cazenovia’s cross country teams could turn their collective attention to next Saturday’s Section III Class C championships at Vernon-Verona-Sherrill.
Despite the cold, wet weather in Cazenovia Tuesday night, nearly 100 people showed up at the Cazenovia Public Library to attend a debate between Democrat Bill Magee and Republican John Salka, the two candidates running for election to the 121st district in the state assembly. The debate, sponsored by the Cazenovia League of Women Voters, covered issues ranging from raising the minimum wage, to state electoral redistricting, public funding of political campaigns, state school funding, casinos in New York state, alleged corruption in the state legislature, gas drilling in New York, marriage equality and how to keep residents and businesses from leaving the state due to high taxes.
More than 200 community residents — mostly high school and college students — turned out on a cold, windy Sunday last weekend to participate in the annual Cazenovia Crop Walk for hunger. And they raised more than $2,500 for local and world hunger programs.
Business First, a Buffalo-based magazine that conducts annual evaluations of the 100 top school districts throughout Upstate New York, last week released its 2014 results — and named Cazenovia Central School District no. 5 Upstate, no. 3 in the Syracuse region and no. 1 in Madison County.
The Nelson Town Board is moving forward with its work on the town’s 2015 finances, and last week adopted the tentative budget and approved a local law to override the state tax levy cap. The tentative budget is only the first stage in the budgeting process, so the current working numbers and potential tax rate for 2015 have not been released to the public.