- Football Lakers are state Class B champs | 15 hours, 22 minutes ago
- Basketball Bears off to 2-0 start | 22 hours, 2 minutes ago
- Project CAFÉ accepting donations for Toy Shop | 5 days, 18 hours ago
- Rogers installed as eighth president of Morrisville State College | 5 days, 18 hours ago
- Four from Cazenovia High School selected for all-state music ensembles | 5 days, 19 hours ago
- Cazenovia announces winter sports schedule | 5 days, 22 hours ago
- Chittenango releases winter sports schedule | 5 days, 22 hours ago
Football Lakers are state Class B champs 15 hours, 22 minutes ago
Project CAFÉ accepting donations for Toy Shop 5 days, 18 hours ago
Rogers installed as eighth president of Morrisville State College 5 days, 18 hours ago
Four from Cazenovia High School selected for all-state music ensembles 5 days, 19 hours ago
Ready for the holidays 6 days, 18 hours ago
Cross country girls celebrate championship season 6 days, 18 hours ago
Middle school Citizens of the Quarter announced 6 days, 19 hours ago
Saint Peter’s Episcopal Church to undertake renovations, awarded sacred sites grant 6 days, 19 hours ago
- Football Lakers are state Class B champs
- Basketball Bears off to 2-0 start
- Cazenovia announces winter sports schedule
- Chittenango releases winter sports schedule
- Cross country girls celebrate championship season
Lifestyle and Entertainment
- Four from Cazenovia High School selected for all-state music ensembles
- Ready for the holidays
- Saint Peter’s Episcopal Church to undertake renovations, awarded sacred sites grant
- Artwork of Barbara Bickford showcased at the Cazenovia Public Library
- Local authors book release party coming to library
Letters to the Editor
- GCACC thanks community for successful Fall Festival
- Driscoll thanks supporters for election
- CPF thanks all for successful Walk Among the Spirits
- Dogs don’t belong at school sporting events
- Fifth successful year for Sparks Memorial Golf Tournament
- Area police blotters, Week of Nov. 13 to 20
- Police blotters for Cazenovia, New York State and Madison County, for the week of Oct. 30 to Nov. 6
- Area police blotters: Week of Oct. 16 to 30
- Area police blotters: Week of Oct. 9 to 16
- Celebrity bartending night at Owera Vineyards to benefit Food Bank of Central New York
- CNY Flooring to hold grand opening
- Critz Farms celebrating 30 years in business, announces plans to open farm brewery, make beer
- CAP to host annual fundraising gala and silent auction
- Upstate University Hospital physicians bring back the ‘house call’
Cazenovia beats Schuylerville, 22-19, for title at Carrier Dome
Though the Cazenovia football program has known plenty of moments of greatness in years and decades past, what it got on Sunday afternoon at the Carrier Dome tops them all. At last, the Lakers are state champions.
Project CAFÉ is now accepting donations of gently used toys for its annual Toy Shop. Student volunteers prepare the toys and make them available for sale at bargain prices to help families in need and raise funds for worthy causes. This year’s Toy Shop, which will be held from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Dec. 12, at Burton Street Elementary School, will be the ninth one conducted.
Dr. David E. Rogers was formally installed as the eighth president of Morrisville State College during a ceremony on Nov. 20.
Three Cazenovia High School students have been selected for New York State Conference All-State Choral Ensembles, while a fourth has been selected as an all-state orchestra alternate.
Garden Club, DPW crews, decorate village for the season
The holiday season has arrived in Cazenovia and, and with it, the annual holiday decorating of the buildings and lampposts on Albany Street. Village Department of Public Works crews, members of the Cazenovia Garden Club and students from Cazenovia College spent hours last week hanging wreaths and garlands along the village’s main street.
The Cazenovia girls cross country team had a lot to celebrate at their recent end of season banquet. The Lady Lakers added a fifth place finish at the New York State Championship Meet on Nov. 14 to cap an already successful season.
The Middle School has named its first quarter Citizens of the Quarter. This is an honor awarded to a student who displays good manners, a positive attitude, a consideration for others, cooperative behavior and a responsibility toward self and school in an exemplary manner.
The New York Landmarks Conservancy has awarded a grant of $25,000 to St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, under the Sacred Sites grant program, to be used for a portion of the cost of replacing the wood shingle roof over the St. Peter’s sanctuary on Mill Street in the village.
Cazenovia and New York State police blotters for the week of Nov. 13 to 20
A visitor to the Cazenovia Public Library Art Gallery once commented, “It’s so nice to be able to enjoy good art without driving to a museum and spending an entire day in the process.” And good art is what visitors to the Cazenovia Public Library Art Gallery will enjoy with a remarkable exhibition of abstract paintings by award-winning artist Barbara Bickford currently on display.
Alan and Ann Rothschild to discuss and sign copies of their new book, ‘Make: Inventing a Better Mousetrap’
On Friday, Dec. 11, the Cazenovia Public Library will host a release party and book singing event for local authors Alan and Ann Rothschild to celebrate their new book, “Make: Inventing a Better Mousetrap.” All proceeds from book sales at the event will be donated to the library.
Cazenovia College has announced two upcoming holiday events for the community. A Cazenovia College Chorale concert is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 2, in the Catherine Cummings Theatre, and then on Friday, Dec. 4, in conjunction with the Village of Cazenovia’s 38th Annual Tree Lighting and Holiday Walk, the Cazenovia College Art Gallery will be the site of the Sixth Annual Arts and Crafts Fair.
Town of Fenner residents will see their town taxes increase 7 cents per every $1,000 of assessed value in 2016 according to the budget approved by the town board during its Nov. 12 meeting. This will be the first time town taxes have increased in approximately seven years, said Supervisor Dave Jones.
CPF Willow Basket vandalized
The giant willow basket in the willow patch off Mill Street was vandalized Sunday, Nov. 15, torn up off its foundation and tossed aside into the patch, as was a nearby wooden bench, likewise torn out of the ground and tossed aside. Cazenovia police have arrested a local 23-year-old Cazenovia man for the crime, but have no further details on the arrest at this time, said Cazenovia Police Chief Michael Hayes.