Tasting room offers wine and much more
Welch Allyn helps support Red Cross' mission
Camillus welcomes new steakhouse
Eberhardt publishes book on the Sherwood
The Corner expands on the Skaneateles Bakery, adds new dimension
Florist celebrates four decades in Skaneateles
Sisters open flower shop
New businesses flourish in Skaneateles
Fall is for planting, and the hottest plants out there are hydrangeas.
The Skaneateles Area Chamber of Commerce is seeking a new executive director as current Executive Director Susan Dove steps down from the position she has held for 17 years. Dove is beginning a new chapter of her career with the acquisition of the former Colonial Motel, to be launched in June as “Skaneateles Inn on 20.”
Project originally approved in 2008
Originally approved in 2008, a subdivision plan is again before the village planning board this year. The housing development, originally called Waterford Village and now being called Hidden Pond, includes adding two new roads off of East Street across from Skaneateles Middle School, according to village records.
For more than three decades, WCNY-FM has been serving the blind and visually-impaired residents of Central New York with a special radio service called READ-OUT.
Located in the heart of Skaneateles, Riddler’s News, Confections and Tobacco store will be closing in March of this year. Riddler’s is known for selling nostalgic candy, newspapers, lottery tickets and tobacco products, along with various toys, souvenirs and trinkets.
The lack of available help from senior care agencies is just one of the reasons New York state was ranked 48th in a 2011 national report by AARP’s Public Policy Institute, the Commonwealth Fund and the SCAN Foundation out of 50 states with regard to support for its family caregivers. Caregivers also face extensive waiting lists for adult day care programs and rehab facilities, a lack of support for in the work environment, limited or no access to transportation and inadequate informational resources regarding care options for their loved ones. And with the Baby Boomer generation moving into their golden years, the problem is only going to get worse.
For its 2012 Celebration of HOPE dinner, a mom donated a large basket filled with toys to its silent auction in memory of her 6-year-old son, “Motorcycle Mikey.” He died after a 17 month battle with cancer. Mikey’s Mom and 7-year-old brother Parker came to HOPE for one-on-one counseling and attended our support groups.