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From the state senate: Support Cell Phones for Soldiers

I have kicked off my seventh-annual Cell Phones For Soldiers collection drive to help our soldiers serving overseas stay connected with their loved ones back home, especially during the holidays. You can support this important cause by donating your gently-used mobile phones to any of my designated collection sites throughout Onondaga County and the city of Auburn. 

Skaneateles hockey sides net shutouts

Girls win twice; boys prevail at Webster Thomas

Now the busy portion of the Skaneateles girls ice hockey team’s season began, with the Lakers continuing to show why it is it the class program in the area. Hosting Ithaca last Wednesday night at Austin Park Pavilion, the Lakers were patient and tough on the defensive end, both key factors in a 3-0 shutout over the Little Red.

Wrestling Lakers drop classic to Marcellus

Skaneateles rebounds with sweep at Rebel Duals

In a high-profile manner, the Skaneateles wrestling team entered the fray again, going up against one of its biggest rivals and engaging in a season opener that featured plenty of momentum shifts.

Skaneateles boys hoops has 1-1 start

Lakers routed by SAS, stomp past Jordan-Elbridge

Recent success by the Skaneateles boys basketball, including a trip to the Section III Class B title game in 2013, has conditioned fans to expect more good play in the years ahead.

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Lakers' Lane reaches 1,000 career points

Skaneateles drops season opener to Bishop Ludden

Elizabeth Lane is a bridge between the players that helped build the Skaneateles girls basketball team into a perennial OHSL Liberty National division power and the younger stars who want to make their own mark. Lane, a four-year senior starter, reached a rare plateau in the high-school ranks Monday night, recording her 1,000th career point during the Lakers' season-opening 57-42 defeat to Bishop Ludden.

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Baltimore Woods winter events

Lots of ways to enjoy the winter season at Baltimore Woods

Opportunity to learn about Comprehensive Plan scheduled

Comprehensive plan information session scheduled

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Welcome to Dickens

Dickens Christmas kicks off holiday weekend

Village board appoints police lieutenant, DMO

New DMO to begin Dec. 8

Nursery school seeks new location

Skaneateles nursery school on the search for new locaiton

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Students learn from veterans

Students reach out to local veterans

Skaneateles resident recognized

Lynn earns 40 under 40 Award

Welch Allyn donates $10,000 to Red Cross

Welch Allyn helps support Red Cross' mission

Longhorn Steakhouse opens in Camillus

Camillus welcomes new steakhouse

Mr. Katko goes to Washington

Congressman-elect shares his thoughts about his coming term

On Nov. 4, voters in the 24th Congressional District sent a resounding message: they no longer wanted Dan Maffei to represent them. Maffei, a Democrat, lost to Republican challenger John Katko, a former U.S. Attorney, by a margin of 73,317 votes to 55,268. Katko said he wasn’t necessarily surprised by the victory. “We were going door-to-door for the last couple of weeks of the campaign … and we were getting a pretty good response,” he said. “I just felt the momentum, so I wasn’t surprised that we won.”

Boys hockey Lakers roar to 2-0 start

Skaneateles scores 14 goals in Queensbury Tournament

More than nine months later, the Skaneateles boys ice hockey team still carried with it the scars of a Section III Division II championship quest halted one step short of the summit by its neighbors and rivals from Auburn.

More to the miracle

Kate D. Mahoney was touched by a miracle. She thought she should be forever grateful, but that wasn’t the case.

Holiday fair coming soon

Fair to feature works of art, silent auction

Slentz gives state of the district

Superintendent discusses direction, plans in district with community

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Dickens is coming

Skaneateles prepares for annual Christmas celebration

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