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Cristina Jardine believes this year’s Polar Bear Plunge will blow last year’s record out of the water.
Baldwinsville’s Meals on Wheels program is in desperate need of drivers.
Local dentist invests to bring community the Baldwinsville School of Music
John Damiano has combined his passion for music with his savvy business smarts to bring the Baldwinsville School of Music to the community.
Take the family out for a festive evening in the village this Saturday.
The holidays are quickly approaching. Get a head start on your shopping at the Company B craft show all while supporting Baker High School’s vocal jazz ensemble.
NYS Assemblyman William B. Magnarelli is running unopposed in the 120th district, which represents residents of the city’s Northside, Westside, Eastwood, Strathmore and Valley areas of the City of Syracuse, as well as the towns of Geddes and Van Buren. Magnarelli has served on the NYS Assembly since 1998.
County residents will have two candidates to choose from when filling the vacant seat on the Onondaga County Court bench, which consists of three judges. Judge Anthony Aloi and Judge Joseph Fahey currently hold the other two seats on the bench, which has jurisdiction over the fifth judicial district. The third seat was left vacant after Judge William Walsh resigned.
County residents will have two candidates to choose from when filling the Onondaga County Clerk seat left vacant after County Clerk M. Ann Ciarpelli resigned in July after four terms in office.
County residents will have two candidates to choose from when filling the Family Court Judge seat left vacant after Family Judge Bryan Hedges retired in April.
PEACE, Inc. recently reached out to the Baldwinsville Central School District to participate in a Fall Frenzy Food Drive. Terri Liedka, a social worker at Reynolds Elementary, responded. She contacted the Baldwinsville Teacher’s Association, which took quick action, donating approximately $750 worth of non-perishable food donations to the County West Family Resource Center food pantry, which is a part of PEACE, Inc.