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Restored Krebs to reopen Aug. 15; issues first charitable donation to Rescue Mission
Kim Weitsman, in blue dress, hands a $5,000 check to development director Carolyn Hendrickson of the Rescue Mission Friday on the front porch at The Krebs restaurant in Skaneateles.
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Fri Jul 18, 2014
Central New York fire district seeks $6.2 million to replace aging fire station
The Lakeside Fire District is proposing a $6.2 million project to build and furnish a new firehouse to replace Fire Station #1 on State Fair Boulevard.
Redhouse Arts Center to move to bigger facility, expand mission in downtown Syracuse
The Redhouse Arts Center plans to move from its tiny Armory Square home to the former Sibley's Department Store, soon to be renamed City Center, in downtown Syracuse and greatly expand its mission.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Skaneateles Quilt Show presents a thriving community of quilters
The theme for the 34th biennial Thumbstall Quilt Guild Show at Skaneateles High School last weekend was "Star Spangled Quilts," celebrating the 200th anniversary of our national anthem.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
The 'look' is important in competitive pleasure driving with a horse and carriage
Competitive pleasure driving in a horse and carriage requires attention to a wide variety of details.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Australian guitarist Tommy Emmanuel coming to the Crouse Hinds Theater at the Oncenter
Emmanuel performs at the Crouse Hinds Theater at the Oncenter on Tuesday, Sept. 16 at 7:30 p.m. The International Guitar Duo -- Loren Barrigar and Mark Mazengarb -- will open for Emmanuel.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Remember When: New York farm boy - my story
A native New York farm boy, I was born in 1919, to Austrian-Czech immigrants in the midstate picturesque village Skaneateles, now a popular summertime resort.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Marietta Teen Killed in ATV Accident in Spafford, New York
New York State Police were called to an area behind 2124 Collard Road in the Onondaga County town of Spafford near Skaneateles on Tuesday, July 1, 2014 at approximately 4:07pm.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Achievers: College graduates from The College of Saint Rose
William Davies , of Fayetteville; Amanda Steves , of Skaneateles; Leah Chamberlin , of Jamesville; Erica Cotton , of Liverpool; Hannah Piekiel , of Syracuse; Alexander D'Alfonso , of Cicero; Elisabeth Holbein , of Skaneateles; Kathryn Corbett , of Camillus; James Taber , of Liverpool; Nicholas Dardaris , of Syracuse; Macey Stockwell , of ... (more)
Skaneateles school board to decide how to fill vacant seat
The Skaneateles school board will decide later this month on how to fill the seat left vacant when Sue Benjamin resigned her position on June 24. In her handwritten letter of resignation, Benjamin apologizes to the board for making a "surprise" motion at the June 17 meeting to name a softball field after Bob Braunitzer, a long-time Skaneateles ... (more)
Garden of the Week: Interacting with nature while enhancing the landscape
The gardens of Mark Delaney and Suanne Hopkins in Marietta, between Otisco and Skaneateles Lakes, began in 1987 when the cedar home was built on a farm field.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Invasive insect now confirmed on East side of Skaneateles Lake
Skaneateles-area residents are concerned about an invasive insect which could change the look--and water quality of their Lake.
Will You Survive the Purge?
Horror movies are so not-horrifying because generally the idiots who get speared in the skull or chainsawed by a masked loon generally don't have the wits to survive a weekend getaway.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
How does a country club become family friendly? In Skaneateles they expand the beach
The Skaneateles Country Club plans to expand its beach and reconfigure its waterfront as part of a national trend by private country clubs to become more family friendly as the interest in golf wanes.
Tue Jun 24, 2014
Skaneateles residents pack meeting to discuss Tim Green's Skaneateles Lake housing development
More than 70 people packed a Skaneateles town planning board meeting Tuesday night to discuss Tim Green's proposal to build 17 houses on environmentally sensitive property along Skaneateles Lake.
Brenda Sannes, nominee for federal judge in Syracuse, sails through U.S. Senate hearing
Brenda K. Sannes, only the second woman nominated to serve as a federal judge in Syracuse, made it through a U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing today without objections or tough questions from senators.
West Lake Street closed in Skaneateles due to burst pipeline
The leak was caused by a customer digging outside 14 W. Genesee St., National Grid spokeswoman Virginia Limmiatis said.