Quantcast

Stories for November 2011

Subscribe

Wednesday, November 30

Caz hockey drops opener to CBA/J-D

Defending state champs allow two short-handed goals

Already one thing is settled about the Cazenovia ice hockey team - it won't go undefeated. In fact, the Lakers are in for many more challenges in 2011-12, as indicated by Wednesday night's 4-1 defeat to CBA/J-D in the season opener at Onondaga Nation Arena in Nedrow.

Volunteers kick off ‘Wrapsody’ holiday gift wrapping at Carousel

Carousel Center’s annual holiday gift wrapping program begins today, Nov. 30.

Tuesday, November 29

Tease photo

Caz College Chorale to present ‘Amahl and the Night Visitors’

At 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 7, the Cazenovia College Chorale will present “Amahl and the Night Visitors,” and sing other seasonal selections, in the Cazenovia United Methodist Church, on corner of Lincklaen and Seminary streets. The concert is free and open to the public.

Tease photo

Light Up Fenner raises $8,500

Local group closing in on $125,000 goal

Seventy-five people attended Light Up Fenner’s silent auction Nov. 19, and helped bring the group $8,500 closer to its goal of $125,000, said organizer Susan Baldwin.

Tease photo

Cazenovians shop locally Black Friday

Area merchants experience increased sales after Thanksgiving

Last weekend officially began the holiday shopping season, and not only national corporations saw profits. In Cazenovia, local merchants saw increased sales due to “Black Friday,” as well as “Small Business Saturday.”

Monday, November 28

Bull reacts to the ‘power of the press’

Letter to the editor

A few weeks ago, the Cazenovia Republican printed my letter, which complained about a severe mosquito problem caused by high water on the north side of North Lake Road.

CCP thankful for recent community fundraiser

Letter to the editor

Cazenovia is not just a village filled with neighbors. It is a family friendly community that supports one another.

Tease photo

Leading the way

High school nationally recognized for STEM education programming

Not only have students of Cazenovia Central School District’s Technology Department been busy building hydrogen fuel cells, rockets and robots – they have also been building a sterling national reputation.

Tease photo

Land donation yields new CCP location

Organization plans move to 4.2-acre site on Sims Lane

Cazenovia Community Preschool will permanently change its address in 2013.

Tease photo

Wetzel named Engineer of the Year

Air Innovations Chairman recognized for contributions to consumers, industry

Cazenovia resident and professional engineer, Lawrence E. Wetzel, chairman of the board of Air Innovations Inc. in North Syracuse, is the recipient of the inaugural Heating/Piping/Air Conditioning Engineering magazine’s “Engineer of the Year” award.

Sunday, November 27

Cazenovia announces winter sports schedule

Ice hockey begins state title defense this week

Cazenovia High School’s 2011-12 winter sports schedule, which features the ice hockey Lakers defending the state Division II championship. All dates and times are subject to change.

Chittenango releases winter sports schedule

Chittenango High School’s 2011-2012 winter sports schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.

Tease photo

Gov’t students quiz journalist

Students in Cazenovia High School’s new Advanced Placement Government and Politics course seized the opportunity to learn about journalism from a local practitioner on Nov. 16.

Saturday, November 26

Lorenzo Mansion readied for Christmas Preview Party

Historic Site will kick-off holiday season on Dec. 1

Over the past three decades, thousands of patrons have enjoyed the sights, sounds and wonders of the holidays at Lorenzo. And as in years past, hundreds of hours of preparation and decorating have been invested in the 2011 celebration of “Christmas at Lorenzo.”

Tease photo

Wigge Reviews: J. Edgar

Most of my generation grew up with a healthy respect for law enforcement and the FBI, in particular. “J. Edgar” is an historical account of Hoover’s life, as told by himself (Leonardo deCaprio) in flashback.

Friday, November 25

Tease photo

Plan your route with CNY holiday light displays

Let Eagle Newspapers light your way this holiday season. We’ve created an interactive Google map with reader-submitted holiday light displays. Head to bit.ly/cnylights (all lower case) for the map, and to add your own light displays, too.

Tease photo

Student selected for All-State Chorus

Cazenovia High School senior, Rebecca Yaciuk, was recently selected to participate in the New York State School Music Association Conference, slated to take place from Dec. 1 to 4 in Rochester.

Tease photo

A new approach to the ‘Friday Night Life’

You are a high school student and it is Friday night — what do you do? If you live in Cazenovia your options are limited, especially ones that are fun, safe, substance-free and memorable.

Celebrating with, not without

Today is my birthday, a date on the calendar that coincides with the date I (how I refer to myself) was born, the day I became an individual.

Clearspeak: Supreme Court OKs violent video games for kids

You’re 15 and the video game you’re playing rewards you for assaulting a mother and her daughters. You’re 16 and the object of your game is to put a rifle bullet through the head of President Kennedy as he motors pass the Texas School Book Depository that fateful day in Houston. Do you have a problem with this?

Tease photo

Caz Artisans continue to flourish

Gallery features work of two new artists

Cazenovia Artisans is beginning their 10th holiday season by welcoming two exciting new artists.

Tease photo

Sparks fly, drive to California competition

Tennis team returns from national tournament ranked No. 6

The Indian Wells Tennis Garden, in Indian Wells, Calif., was the setting for the 2011 USTA Women’s 3.0 Senior Nationals Tennis Championship from Oct. 28 to 30.

Community survey coming soon

The Village of Cazenovia, in cooperation with other community partners, will soon unveil a survey intended to gauge attitudes about what makes the area such a special place to live.

Tuesday, November 22

Tease photo

Cazenovia High School seeks accreditation

Staff, students, parents to assist in forming new goals, improving performance

Cazenovia High School is preparing to add another line to their long list of accolades and accomplishments.

Tease photo

Project CAFÉ readies annual Toy Shop event

With the holiday season fast approaching, Project CAFÉ is getting ready to host its fourth annual Toy Shop on Dec. 9 and 10 at Burton Street Elementary School.

Tease photo

Police Department receives second taser

Donation from community member allowed purchase of new device

On Wednesday, Nov. 16, the Cazenovia Police Department unveiled the newest addition to their force.

Monday, November 21

Mayor Wheeler: Remember to shop local this season

Letter to the editor

Saturday, Nov. 26, is being dubbed Shop Small Stores Day this holiday season. All over the country, residents are being urged to shop their local stores on this day to support their community’s economy.

Boy Scouts, Webelos thank community for support

Letter to the editor

The Boy Scouts of Troop 18, Webelos of Pack 16, and Scout leaders wish to thank the members of the Cazenovia community for their support of our recent food drive, “Scouting for Food.”

Clark applauds participants of 2011 CROP Walk

Letter to the editor

On behalf of the Cazenovia Area CROP Walk organizing committee, I want to thank the community for its continued support of this annual event.

Sunday, November 20

Tease photo

Children’s House receives whimsical new playscape

Nature offers endless opportunities to explore, create, imagine, discover; and playing within a natural environment offers children enriched sensory experiences.

Tease photo

Town moves toward creating sewer district around Lake

Cost study on vacuum sewer system underway

The town of Cazenovia recently approved up to $10,000 funding for a study on vacuum sewer system installation around Cazenovia Lake.

Tease photo

Cazenovia wins second straight field hockey state title

Speer's OT goal decides it as Lakers beat Greenwich, 3-2

Another year, another state Class C championship game for the Cazenovia field hockey team that went to overtime - and another title earned. Emmajean Speer’s goal 3:10 into the extra period gave Lakers a 3-2 victory over Section II champion Greenwich in Sunday’s championship game at Cicero-North Syracuse’s Bragman Stadium.

Tease photo

Wigge Reviews: Take Shelter

“Take Shelter” is a dark, absorbing, and almost tragic statement of how many of us pursue protection not only from natural forces, but from ourselves.

Saturday, November 19

Bears denied by Hornell in state football semis

Chittenango rally falls just short in 35-27 defeat

Mighty Hornell fought off a valiant Chittenango effort Saturday, beating the Bears, 35-27, in a state Class B football semifinal slugfest at East Syracuse-Minoa High School. The two-time defending state champion Red Raiders were hard-pressed to keep its three-year, 37 game winning streak alive. Chittenango rallied gamely from a 20-point, first-quarter deficit, and had one final possession to perhaps force overtime.

Tease photo

Caz field hockey tops Bronxville in state field hockey semifinal

Defense stars for Lakers as it earns chance at repeat

Cazenovia field hockey goalie Lauren Devine had a lot on her mind as the penalty stroke from Bronxville's Brooke Bonfiglio flew toward her in the first half of Saturday's Class C state semifinal. "I just watched the ball and didn't let the nerves get to me," she said. "I didn't want to let my team down."

Friday, November 18

State Police target drivers using cell phones

State Police will be targeting motorists using their cell phones while driving this Thanksgiving weekend.

Men charged in May DeRuyter school burglary

Two DeRuyter students have been charged with third-degree burglary in connection to a larceny from DeRuyter Central Schools.

Thursday, November 17

Tease photo

Let there be light

Clay man tunes light display to music

For the majority of the 16 years Chris and Christine Hussak have lived in their home, there have not been any Christmas lights hanging from the house come holiday time. That’s a stark contrast from the more than 20,000 lights that adorn their Carmel Drive front yard this year.

Tease photo

Watercolor Society showcased at the Caz Public Library

Visitors to the Cazenovia Public Library Art Gallery can enjoy a fascinating glimpse into the unique and varied talents of members of the Cazenovia Watercolor Society, until Nov. 30.

Tease photo

Top scholars tapped for fellowship at Caz College

Five Washburn Fellows named for 2011-12 year

Cazenovia College’s Washburn Junior Research Fellowships and Teaching Fellowship for 2011-2012 have recently been announced by Dr. John Robert Greene, Paul J. Schupf Professor, History and Humanities, and advisor for the fellowship program.

Cazenovia Library to host Blues Concert

Participants in the “Blues Frees the Spirit” workshop at the Cazenovia Public Library take center stage with a public performance at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 19, in the Community Room.

Tease photo

GCACC to offer six winter markets

The Cazenovia Winter Farmers Market will being taking place again this year, the third Saturday of each month in the American Legion Hall, at 26 Chenango St.

Caz Garden Club thanks community supporters

Letter to the editor

“It takes a village…” to plan, plant and water, from spring and into fall, all the hayracks, window boxes, planters, gardens and hanging baskets that grace the village.

Proposed vacuum sewer system is preposterous

Letter to the editor

Just where do you think the lakefront residents are going to get all this cash? We already pay three times the taxes of the average resident of Cazenovia.

CCP thanks Brownback for land donation

Letter to the editor

It is with sincere gratitude that Cazenovia Community Preschool, Inc. wishes to acknowledge Russ Brownback for his recent charitable donation. Russ Brownback has generously donated a plot of land to CCP, 4.2 acres on the east side of Sims Lane in the village of Cazenovia.

Supervisor Monforte thanks supporters for strong turnout on Election Day

Letter to the editor

My deepest thanks to the residents of Cazenovia for re-electing me as your town supervisor and to the many people that helped with my campaign – posting signs, submitting letters to the editor and most importantly, coming out to vote.

Clarke is proud of campaign, will continue to serve Cazenovia in another way

I am grateful to have had the opportunity for run for the position of Town Supervisor.

Tease photo

Hagan joins Cazenovia’s Hunt Real Estate branch

Hunt Real Estate Corporation recently announced the addition of Sean Hagan to its team at the Cazenovia office.

Orange rips Manhattan, Albany in NIT games

SU now 3-0, heads to MSG to face Oklahoma State

On back-to-back nights, the Syracuse men’s basketball team diced through the opening phases of the NIT Season Tip-Off Tournament and earned yet another appearance at Madison Square Garden.

Special (Coach) K

Wins record only small part of Duke coach's story

Mike Krzyzewski is right when he says that his record win total for Division I coaches, 903 and counting, is just a number. Other guys actually played those games, hit those clutch baskets, grabbed those tough rebounds and sank those tense free throws.

Tuesday, November 15

MCBE releases absentee vote count

Following the Cazenovia Town Election of Nov. 8, councilor candidates Bill Zupan and Jennifer Basic were separated by just three votes, with totals of 819 and 822 respectively.

Things to do . . .

It’s the second Tuesday in November, and I’m not in a garden inside the walls of a forest like in a folk tale by Italo Calvino.

Clearspeak: Big Brother is watching you

There are a lot of fine reasons to live in Cazenovia. An important one, for many residents, is privacy, a luxury in this day and age.

Monday, November 14

Town land annexed into village

The village of Cazenovia just got a little larger. During the Nov. 7 village board meeting, a resolution was passed by both the village and town approving the annexation of 13.452 acres of land as village property.

Tease photo

Caz cross country girls finish fifth in NY state rankings

The Cazenovia varsity girls cross country team gathered on Nov. 10 to celebrate a successful season, including its second-consecutive Section III title and a final ranking of fifth in New York state among Class C teams.

Tease photo

Cazenovia shops ready for holiday season

As the holidays approach, area business owners have begun to prepare for a busy season in Cazenovia.

Tease photo

Kingson lectures on Social Security

On Tuesday, Nov. 8, the Cazenovia Forum hosted Eric Kingson, Ph.D., to discuss the “Politics, Economics and Ethics of Social Security Reform.”

Sunday, November 13

Clearspeak: Count your blessings

Community Commentator

When elections roll around as they have recently in our fair burg, we sometimes hear reminders of how precious democracy is and how hard-won the right to vote is.

Imagine All the People

Community Commentator

They pay no attention to us. They call us unemployed revolutionary hippies, but that’s only because some of us don’t have jobs or corporate uniforms.

In a field: Points of return

Community Commentator

Sounds that I didn’t recognize, couldn’t even classify other than as non-human, came out of the dark one September night, as on foot I approached the Williams Street bridge going east toward the cemetery.

Our trust, in their hands

Editorial

So, it seems residents of Cazenovia won’t have to do without the Clark Street bridge for as long as we first expected.

Saturday, November 12

Tease photo

Caz field hockey smashes East Rochester in Class C regional

Vogl gets two goals, two assists as Lakers return to state final four

In a matter of minutes, the Cazenovia field hockey team made sure that it would make a return trip to the state Class C final four. Three goals in the game’s first 10 minutes, two of them less than a minute apart, led the Lakers to a win over East Rochester in Saturday’s Class C regional final at Cicero-North Syracuse’s Bragman Stadium.

Tease photo

Wigge Reviews: Anonymous

In this latest version of Elizabethan “history,” “Anonymous” would have us believe that William Shakespeare was a moronic, unlettered actor and those wonderful plays and sonnets under his name were written instead by Edward de Vere, the Earl of Oxford.

Mosquitoes, beaver dams plague former construction site on North Lake Road

Letter to the editor

For 13 years my wife, Barbara, and I have lived on Mark Lane, just north of Cazenovia Lake.

Colligan relatives thank community for heartfelt show of support

Letter to the editor

On a sunny and beautiful Sunday afternoon this past September, crowds of people from around the Central New York area came together to celebrate and congratulate local business owner and life-long residents, John and Mary Colligan, on John’s recent retirement from Colligan and Sons Service Center after more than 50 years of dedicated service to the Cazenovia community.

Bears blank Chenango Valley in football regional

Rash of turnovers helps Chittenango reach state semis

At any level of football, with any kind of stakes, forcing seven turnovers almost guarantees a victory. And that's what the Chittenango Bears pulled off in Friday night's Class B regional playoff game at Binghamton Alumni Stadium, forcing Section IV champion Chenango Valley into all kinds of mistakes on its way to a 42-0 shutout of the Warriors.

Friday, November 11

CCSD named in top three Syracuse-area schools

Buffalo-based Business First magazine recently ranked Cazenovia, Skaneateles and Fayetteville Manlius as the top three schools in the Syracuse area, based on standardized test score analysis.

Tease photo

Pastor attends annual Rural Chaplains Association event

Burlew travels to Mississippi for annual gathering

Rev. Betty Burlow spent the week of Oct. 25 in Biloxi, Miss., at the annual gathering of Rural Chaplains Association.

Tease photo

Caz Mitey Mites complete successful season

The Cazenovia Pop Warner Mitey Mites finished a great season on Sunday, Oct. 23 in a tough offensive match-up against Utica 2, a game that was dubbed by the announcer as “the best Mitey Mite game ever seen.”

Tease photo

Madden medals in Guadalajara

U.S. show jumpers win team gold at 2011 Pan American Games

It was a do-or-die pressure situation for Cazenovia resident and equestrian competitor Beezie Madden and her teammates at the 2011 Pan American Games, with Team USA’s bid to the 2012 Olympic Games at stake. Competition started on Thursday, Oct. 27, and continued through Saturday, Oct. 29, in Guadalajara, Mexico.

Train derails on city's southside; residents evacuated

A train derailment on the city's southside has caused traffic delays. The train cars came off the track near Moore Avenue and East Colvin Street. One of those trains includes a propane tank, the other is full of soy beans.

Thursday, November 10

Downfall and ruin

Sad Penn Stage saga about more than Paterno

When you address the sudden, shocking downfall of Joe Paterno, there is a small story and large story to consider.

Wednesday, November 9

Tease photo

Caz Equipment rebounds after fire

Owners Jim and Mike Frazee donate to NYALT, break ground on new headquarters

Just like the proverbial phoenix, local farm-equipment dealer Cazenovia Equipment Company has risen from the ashes of the fire that claimed its Route 20 headquarters in August.

Tease photo

Comstock Farm: The present day ‘Enders’ property'

With the completion of the town’s survey on historical resources, this is the last article of this series.

Tease photo

XC Lakers win second consecutive Section III title

The Cazenovia girls cross country squad earned their second consecutive Section III title on Nov. 5, with a gutsy performance that featured strong running by their entire pack.

Tease photo

Aggies return victorious from Indianapolis

Members of the Cazenovia Aggies Future Farmers of America Chapter were one of 29 teams participating in the National FFA Food Science and Technology Career Development Event, held in conjunction with the 84th National FFA Convention, Oct. 19 to 22 in Indianapolis, Ind.

Field hockey Lakers get past Morrisville-Eaton in OT

Vogl's goal sets up return to state tournament

Had the Cazenovia field hockey team not pulled out a 2-1 overtime victory over Morrisville-Eaton in the Section III Class C-D state qualifier Tuesday night at Rome Free Academy Stadium, it may have haunted the Lakers for a long time.

Thousands cast votes for Cazenovia Town Council

Cazenovia residents will see a familiar face in the Town of Cazenovia Supervisor’s office come January

Monday, November 7

Tease photo

CACDA to offer workshops on Farmland Protection Plans

Farmers, farmland owners, business operators and residents are invited to attend public workshops at 7 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 14 at the Nelson Town Hall (for Towns of Nelson and Cazenovia) and Tuesday, Nov. 15 at the Lincoln Town Hall.

Community Chest supports Madison County neighbors

The United Community Chest of Cazenovia, Fenner and Nelson awarded over $33,000 to 12 non-profit organizations in 2011, including Project Cafe, Cazenovia Children’s House, and the Retired Senior Volunteer Program.

Tease photo

Bridging the gap

Magee secures funding for replacement of closed bridge

On Tuesday, Nov. 2, New York State Assemblyman Bill Magee informed the citizens of Cazenovia that he successfully secured $150,000 in capital funding, to put toward the replacement of the Clark Street bridge.

Tease photo

Caz resident honored with eldercare appreciation award

W. Carroll “Nick” Coyne, Esq., of Cazenovia, was recently presented with the Eldercare Lifetime Achievement Award at the Eldercare Foundation’s “Gift of Age” Cabaret.

Sunday, November 6

Tease photo

GCACC honors area non-profits

Annual dinner meeting highlighted efforts of 37 local organizations

Each year, during the Greater Cazenovia Area Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Dinner Meeting, the association highlights two business owners or organizations from the community with their “Business of Honor” and “Award for Service” tributes.

Caz girls runners claim second at Class C meet

Lakers finish just 18 points behind Tully at Jamesville Beach

By a relatively slim margin, the Cazenovia girls cross country team just missed out on repeating as Section III Class C champions. Under gorgeous autumn skies Saturday at Jamesville Beach Park, the Lakers dueled with Tully for Class C team honors. With 93 points, Cazenovia topped everyone in the 15-team field except for the Black Knights, who won with 75 points.

Saturday, November 5

Tease photo

Field hockey Lakers win Class C honors again

Caz tops Mt. Markham for sixth straight sectional crown

Jillian Vogl returned to the spot of her greatest individual moment and, once again, starred for the Cazenovia field hockey team in a championship contest. Thanks to Vogl's pair of goals, the top-seeded Lakers ousted no. 2 seed Mount Markham 3-1 in Saturday's Section III Class C final at Cicero-North Syracuse's Bragman Stadium.

Bears earn first sectional football title in 12 years

Chittenango conquers Oneida in Class B final at Dome

A 12-year wait for the Chittenango football team to climb to the top of the Section III ranks is over. The Bears gained the Class B championship Saturday in the Carrier Dome, defeating Oneida 35-14, making it two straight years that the Indians lost in the title game.

Friday, November 4

Tease photo

Wigge Reviews: Puss in Boots

Who doesn’t love a great cartoon? “Puss in Boots” has all of the humor, irreverence, and death-defying ignorance of the laws of physics to make the Roadrunner and Wile E. Coyote jealous.

The intoxication of winning

Skaneateles football saga a reflection of larger story

What to say now, with the Skaneateles football saga at an end? A 9-0 team, proud of its accomplishments, is sidelined through the faults and transgressions of others.

Thursday, November 3

Tease photo

Town reflects on lake sanitation

Vacuum sewer system proposed for lakeside residents

With unsafe amounts of sewage water seeping into Cazenovia Lake, town administrators have begun to examine ways to improve sanitation for lake residents.

MCCP urges area voters to vote conservatively

Two things are certain: we are all busy, and Election Day is coming. There are many candidates and races, which makes it difficult to carefully evaluate each candidate.

Race endorses LaGorga for Nelson Town Board

Letter to the editor

I am writing this letter to show my strong support for John LaGorga, as he makes his bid to serve the town of Nelson as councilman.

Spaulding endorses Laubscher for Nelson Town Board

The purpose of this letter is to ask the voters of the town of Nelson for their support of John Laubscher in his election to the Nelson Town Board.

Nelson town councilor Earl will support Laubscher on Election Day

Letter to the editor

I am a retiring council person (town board) in the town of Nelson. It has been a pleasure, a tremendous learning experience and a privilege to have been in this position for the past four years.

Moran recounts why she supports Tom Clarke for town supervisor

Letter to the editor

This has been a positive and serious campaign season in Cazenovia, which befits the importance of the decisions we face.

Brods plan to cast their ballots for Monforte

Letter to the editor

We are writing to voice strong support for incumbent Ralph Monforte to continue serving as our town of Cazenovia supervisor.

Skinner plans on giving Clarke her vote on Nov. 8

Letter to the editor

I believe that Tom Clarke is the best candidate for town of Cazenovia supervisor because he has the necessary skills, experience, knowledge and time to serve the community well.

Republican Party endorses incumbent Ralph Monforte for supervisor

Letter to the editor

Two years ago Ralph Monforte, well known in Cazenovia but very new to politics, interviewed before the Cazenovia Republican Committee to ask for our endorsement to run for supervisor.

Wednesday, November 2

Senator Valesky recognized for supporting New York libraries

Senator David Valesky (D—Oneida) received an A for his strong support of libraries throughout the community, scoring 140 of 160 points from the group.

Tease photo

Wigge Reviews: The Debt

I wish more movies were made like “The Debt,” now playing at the Manlius Cinema.

Cazenovia police close illegal bar on Farnham

Five persons were recently arrested for second-degree criminal nuisance and first-degree unlawfully dealing with a child.

Post 88 to conduct Veterans Day event

The Commander of the Cazenovia American Legion Post 88, Jack Mott, and the Commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 113, Ron Davies, invite the community to attend a Veteran’s Day gathering at Memorial Park on Albany St., in Cazenovia.

Pop Warner C-Team battle Knights of Holland-Patent

It was a challenging game for the Cazenovia Pop Warner C-Team Lakers as they lost against the Holland Patent Knights 14-7, on Oct. 23.

Tease photo

Trial to continue for 32 Hancock Air Base drone protesters

The Hancock 38, who were arrested after protesting the piloting program for unmanned drones, are set to go to trial Tuesday in the town of DeWitt.

Tuesday, November 1

Tease photo

Caz competes at Electrathon, shocks opponents

Carrier Corporation came to life Saturday, Oct. 29, as engineering teams from nearly half a dozen schools raced through the parking lot in hydrogen fuel cell vehicles as part of the annual New York State Electrathon competition.

Tease photo

Rowing Club returns from Head of Charles Regatta

The Cazenovia Rowing Club sent three boats to the world-class Head of the Charles Regatta in Boston, Massachusetts during the weekend of Oct. 22 and 23.

Magee to help replace Clark Street bridge

Assemblyman secures $150,000 in capital funding

Assemblyman William Magee (D-Nelson) recently secured $150,000 in capital funding to replace the Clark Street bridge, in the village of Cazenovia.