8:47 am
Wed March 19, 2014

It's the Time of Year to Dream about Home and Garden Projects

Geothermal Energy
Credit Mark Bialczak

The Home and Garden Show always gets me thinking about what could be in and around our home in Eastwood.

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2:28 pm
Fri March 14, 2014

Experts to Share Transportation Project Experiences, Offer Insight on I-81

Interstate 81 looking north at the I-690 interchange.

A number of experts will be coming to the Syracuse area over the next few months to share their experiences with transportation projects on a scale similar to what’s ahead for Interstate 81.  The series is being organized and co-sponsored by the city, county, and state. County Executive Joanie Mahoney expects the experts will be a wealth of information.  Mahoney says the speakers are intended to complement the displays and materials at the Carnegie library on Columbus Circle where people can stop in at their leisure to learn more about the options and process.

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6:10 pm
Tue March 11, 2014

CNY Veterans Can "Start Up and Grow" at OCC


Veterans and active members of the military will gather for workshops and networking next week in hopes of getting tools they need to start their own business.  The Small Business Administration’s 7th Annual "Operation: Start Up and Grow" conference will be held March 20th at Onondaga Community College.   

Cathy Pokines is Deputy District Director at the SBA.

Pokines says that foundation is designed to help veterans who already seem to be a natural fit for starting a business.   

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8:52 am
Wed February 26, 2014

A Fest to Celebrate Winter, then Hope for Spring

Hanover Square restaurants prepare for the Chili Cook-off
Mark Bialczak

A quick walk around Hanover Square at noontime Saturday found the downtown space getting ready for something special.

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8:51 am
Wed February 19, 2014

Through 40 years-plus, Teachers, Students Stay Connected about Morrisville Journalism

Teacher Neal Bandlow, right, with Mike Sorenson, journalism class of 1974
Credit Mark Bialczak

Neal Bandlow doesn't show up for lunch empty-handed.

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