A column submitted by the Skaneateles BOE asking for the community to support their proposed budget in the May 21 election.
Along the Lakeshore column from the May 15 edition of the Skaneateles Press.
With the arrival of warmer weather, I am looking forward to some potential stops along the way of my commute: garage sales.
Warm weather brings memories
Along the Lakeshore column from the May 8 edition of the Skaneateles Press.
Remembering Bill Gregory
Along the Lakeshore column: May 1 edition.
Long-time Buffalo sports journalist served as my role model
Something really stopped me last week. Not the occasion of a birthday, for there’s one of those every year and it always happens to fall during a busy time where there’s little chance to really kick back and enjoy things, not with the deluge of games, tournaments and meets to keep up with.
Deer, duck nesting habits, trip to Rochester
Along the Lakeshore column: April 24 edition.
The past few weeks I have worked on a story that has captured my imagination. It is the story of Bill Moran, a lifelong Central New York resident who decided to move to Montana in 1977 and has lived there ever since.
Music in the schools, ducks, dogs in England
Along the Lakeshore column from the April 17 edition of the Skaneateles Press.
It is estimated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that autism has risen to one in every 88 births in the United States. In order to raise awareness about the programs and services available to families affected by autism, the New York State Senate has commemorated April 2013 as Autism Awareness Month.
Lots of ducks, the Loveless family, local cow milk
Along the Lakeshore column: April 10 edition.
One of the goals I had when I took over as editor of the Skaneateles Press was to expand our online presence.
SU basketball reflects best, worst parts of college game
So what is Syracuse University basketball, circa 2013? The Orange’s run to the Final Four in Atlanta has evoked a whole lot of examination of what’s gone right and what’s gone wrong here. It’s also evoked the usual amount of journalistic opportunism - some of it legitimate, some of it not.
Joe Genco's column for the April 3 edition.
Mr. Lemon exonerated, lost property, more geese
Along the Lakeshore column, April 3 edition.