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The ultimate act of love

Placing a child for adoption is heartbreaking, but sometimes the best choice for the child

Carrie Howard was thrilled when she found out she was pregnant. “I always wanted to be a mom,” Howard said. “I was living with my boyfriend and his family. I was 20 years old and was very excited when I found out.” But things quickly went downhill. “My boyfriend didn't want to be a father,” Howard said. “I ended up having to move out and back in with family. My family was supportive, but they were unwilling to have a newborn in the home. I found myself at a crossroads where I had no job, no home, no license or car, not really anything to offer a child.” So Howard, a Liverpool native, decided to place her unborn child for adoption.

Turkey Trot Thanksgiving tradition

Annual turkey trot raises funds for food pantry

Sherwood shares recipes

Eberhardt publishes book on the Sherwood

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Skaneateles Community Center looks to phase two

Community center plans expansion, upgrades

Village board discusses parking options

Board discusses parking meters

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Lakers’ Neal finishes strong at Federation meet

Skaneateles runner takes 27th, five spots ahead of J-E's Gugel

She’s led the Skaneateles girls cross country team all season. And the running community around the state took proper notice.

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Skaneateles falls to Mattituck in state semifinal

Big first half by Tuckers ends Lakers' championship run

Months of work, and years of dreams, accumulated by the Skaneateles boys soccer team went into its 2014 run to the state Class B final four in Middletown. But it only took a few minutes for the ultimate prize of a state championship to drift far away from the Lakers' collective reach.

Baltimore Woods art show

Work displays local talent

Skaneateles school district makes safety a top priority

District looks at ways to enhance physical and emotional well-being of students

Solar Initiative group launches

Group looks to share ideas on solar power opportunities

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Young author wins award

Owen gay wins writing contest

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MasterWorks Chorale receives grants

Grants to help purchase new equipment

Lights on the Lake opens Nov. 14

Starting Friday, Nov. 14, Central New Yorkers can visit Onondaga Lake Park and take in one of the biggest light shows in the Northeast. Lights on the Lake kicks off its 25th anniversary season next week. The event draws somewhere around 35,000 cars each year.

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Antonacci falls in bid for state comptroller

Onondaga County Comptroller Robert Antonacci has failed in his attempt to become the state’s next comptroller. Antonacci, a Republican, earned 55,155 votes in Onondaga County to Democratic incumbent Tom DiNapoli’s 66,602. Statewide, Antonacci said he earned more than a million and a half votes, setting a record for an Onondaga County candidate.