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Creekside abruptly closes

Coffee shop's doors closed

Residents have mixed feelings on ‘Ash for Trash’

About 50 people crowded into the Van Buren Town Hall to share their opinions on the proposed “Ash for Trash” waste management partnership between Onondaga and Cortland counties Jan. 6.

Dickens helps local business

Skaneateles businesses busy for holidays

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White Birch opens tasting room

Tasting room offers wine and much more

Welch Allyn donates $10,000 to Red Cross

Welch Allyn helps support Red Cross' mission

Longhorn Steakhouse opens in Camillus

Camillus welcomes new steakhouse

Sherwood shares recipes

Eberhardt publishes book on the Sherwood

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The Corner offers something unique

The Corner expands on the Skaneateles Bakery, adds new dimension

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40 Years of Fleur-de-Lis

Florist celebrates four decades in Skaneateles

Marcellus sisters open Blooming Gals

Sisters open flower shop

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Chamber welcomes new businesses

New businesses flourish in Skaneateles

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New and favorite Hydrangeas and more featured in class Sept. 13

Fall is for planting, and the hottest plants out there are hydrangeas.

Skaneateles chamber seeks new executive director

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.”

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Developer proposes 21-house subdivision in village

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.

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WCNY-FM offers special radio service for blind and visually impaired

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.