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Latest stories

Two hospitalized after fire

Residential fire contained quickly

St. Mary's fights hunger

Campaign Against Hunger raises awareness

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A look at the state of school buildings

Slentz shares insights on status of school s buildings and opportunities to improve

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100 years and counting

Local woman celebrates 100th birthday

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Seeking volunteers for El Salvador Habitat for Humanity build

A chance to make a difference

Camillus police remind drivers to use caution near railroad tracks

Caution while driving near train tracks

Town board considers potential locations for new water tower

Two possible sites under consideration for water tower

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Baltimore Woods prepares for spring

Spring programs announced at Baltimore Woods

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Krebs takes the stage

Skaneateles student recently performed with the Syracuse Opera

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Girls Lakers beat Ludden, reach sectional semis

Skaneateles to play Westhill, who upset top-seeded Grimes

In the span of less than two hours Friday night, the Skaneateles girls basketball team saw its course through the Section III Class B playoff take an unexpected turn. But it had little to do with what the no. 4 seed Lakers did by itself, knocking out no. 12 seed Bishop Ludden 55-43 in its sectional quarterfinal game, and a lot to do with what was going on in East Syracuse.

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Skaneateles boys hoops handles Holland Patent

Playoff wins sets up Class B quarterfinal against Cazenovia

A Lakers boys basketball team was guaranteed to reach the March 1 Section III Class B semifinal at Onondaga Community College’s Allyn Hall. Whether it’s Skaneateles or Cazenovia remains an open question, but when it came down to Friday night’s opening round of the sectional tournament, Skaneateles, holding the no. 5 seed, did quite well, pulling away to beat no. 12 seed Holland Patent 76-57.

CPCS encourages residents to attend special; meeting on annexation

Groups believes there are many factors to be considered

Gym closing turns into learning opportunity

Engineering class explores gym closing