Cazenovia ends busy stretch of seven games in 15 days
If ever a week’s break in between games was welcome, this one for the Cazenovia field hockey team fit that profile. Over a course of two weeks, the Lakers had played seven games, six of them on the road, facing all kinds of quality opposition inside and outside the Section III ranks.
Two Cazenovia High School students scored perfect 100s on their New York State Regents examinations in United States History in June. Gabby Yates and Eli LaGorga were rewarded for their superb scholarship with a free dinner at the Brewster Inn. The students were both members of Kurt Wheeler’s history class during 11th grade. Fourteen of Wheeler’s other students just missed the dinner by scoring 99 percent on their exam.
On Sunday Sept. 21, the Cazenovia Lakers B Team was put to the test as they faced a tough VVS team.
Cazenovia police officers are investigating an attempted burglary and room break-in that occurred at The Lincklaen House on Sept. 22.
Applications are currently being sought for the pilot year of an annual grant program in Cazenovia. The Common Grounds Challenge Grant will be awarded to one or more organizations that develop and justify a proposal to improve the quality of life in Cazenovia.
The Ledyard Avenue neighborhood opposition and anger against the village’s recently passed Western Gateway rezoning law is about to turn into a lawsuit against the village of Cazenovia. At least two Ledyard Avenue residents this week received letters from local attorney Barry Schreibman stating that he was about to initiate legal proceedings against the village to overturn the Western Gateway law and warning them against seeking to apply for any special permits under the new law to undertake any site work as allowed by the law because such permits would be overturned if his clients’ litigation was successful.
Richard Hubbard, owner of The Brewster Inn restaurant and inn, has decided not to expand his business by purchasing two neighboring houses on Ledyard Avenue. The decision was based on the expiration of the existing purchase agreement and a failure to reach agreement on a new contract — but was also heavily influenced by the potential threat of litigation from other neighborhood residents.
Judge rules case can move forward in death of Cazenovia woman
The double homicide trial of Ronald Ray Fischer Jr., the man accused of killing of Cazenovia native Maegan Spindler in July 2013, was scheduled to start this week in Lake Andes, S.D., after a lengthy legal battle over the admissibility of the defendant’s blood samples was recently resolved.
Caz battles for points, but still moves to 4-0
Through decades of success, the Cazenovia football team may put up gaudy offensive numbers, but it always comes back to keeping the other team from getting on the board. That was what the Lakers counted on, again, in Saturday's Homecoming game against Holland Patent, getting its first points on a defensive play and working from there to a 26-0 shutout of the Golden Knights.
October has been designated as Madison County's “open enrollment” period during which properties can be added to an existing agricultural district.
Madison County Commissioners of Elections Lynne M. Jones and Laura P. Costello have issued a reminder to county residents that anyone wishing to vote in the Nov. 4 general election must be registered by Oct. 10.
Join the Cazenovia Public Library at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 1, for the first event celebrating American Archives Month. To assist the public in creating and caring for their own personal archives, events will be held weekly throughout the month, starting with “History’s Mysteries 101: Where can I find what I’m looking for?”
Graduates of Cazenovia's Business and Management programs will now have formal path to earning MBA at Le Moyne's Madden School of Business
Le Moyne College President Linda LeMura and Cazenovia College President Mark Tierno formally signed a “4+1 partnership agreement” on Wednesday, Sept. 17, at a ceremony held at the Madden School of Business, located in Mitchell Hall at Le Moyne College. The agreement, a first between the two local colleges, provides Cazenovia students and graduates with a formal path to admission into the Master of Business Administration (MBA) Program at Le Moyne upon satisfactory completion of their baccalaureate programs at Cazenovia.
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Madison County and partners, including the NYS Center for Equine Business Development, are pleased to announce registration is now open for its first ever October Equine Series.
From 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 28, the Friends of Lorenzo will once again host Community Day, a day celebrating the beginning of Autumn, a bountiful harvest and the relocation of Rippleton Schoolhouse to Lorenzo. This fun-filled tradition has become a staple in Cazenovia’s fall calendar since 2002.
The 2014-15 school year started two weeks ago not only with great excitement and enthusiasm from students and parents, but also with new initiatives and equipment in all three school buildings within the Cazenovia Central School District, the building principals told the board of education at its Sept. 15 meeting.
The “Buy Madison Program” is announcing a new event called “First Wednesday.” Every first Wednesday of the month a different local business will be in the spotlight. Demonstrations, samples, expanded hours, specials and more will be offered.
Lakers fall, 2-1, despite Johnson's 18 saves
At heights it has rarely felt in its entire program history, the Cazenovia girls soccer team knew that it had to keep playing at a top level when it wanted to stay there.
Marc Brackett is “trying to build an emotionally intelligent New York.” Brackett, director of the Yale Center of Emotional Intelligence, is teaming up with OCM BOCES to host interactive workshops for parents and teachers to learn how to raise emotionally intelligent children — that is, children who can manage their emotions effectively throughout life’s ups and downs. Brackett will be holding three “Emotional Intelligence: Why It Matters” workshops next week: one for parents Sept. 30 at Fayetteville-Manlius High School, and two for educators Oct. 1 on the OCM BOCES campus in Liverpool.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
To the editor: On behalf of the Cazenovia Children’s House Board of Directors, staff, families and, most importantly, the children, I would like to thank this year’s Taste of Cazenovia sponsors, food and beverage and media sponsors, donors, committee members, musicians, guests and Willow Bank Yacht Club.