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  The Village of Fayetteville’s Mayor says residents could possibly see the former site of O’Brien and Gere start to get a face-lift six months from now.  However, a series of approvals needs to happen, first for a large apartment and mixed-use development project.  

A meeting will be held Monday night for the Village Planning Board to look further at the specifics of the project.  It calls for 12, three-story buildings with 26 apartment units in each.  Mayor Mark Olson says the developer is required to get a zone change for the mixed- use development.

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  Central New Yorkers who take supplements to improve their health might be wondering who to believe and what to take, after major retailers were targeted by state officials for possible fraud.  A Skaneateles-based dietician offers some advice amid the confusion.

Both rooms were filled at the Tyrol Club in Solvay, packed with people upstairs and downstairs this past sunny but chilly Saturday.

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Central New York businesses that are growing, investing, and helping the community were recognized today at Centerstate CEO’s Business of the year luncheon.  WAER’s Chris Bolt reports the focus was on opportunity.

Minority Economic Alliance president Edward Cuello

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  April is a month in which some local organizations are doing their best to prevent some of the worst crimes from scarring the lives of Central New York’s Children.  If you look around the community, one simple symbol might help.

Chris Bolt, WAER News

During a talk at Syracuse University, U.S. Secretary of Defense Ash Carter explained on Tuesday how he plans to adapt the mission and the make-up of the military to a changing world.

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  Syracuse University's College of Arts and Sciences unveiled its newly renovated Patricia Meyers Druger Astronomy Learning Center at Holden Observatory over the weekend.

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Veteran Syracuse guitarist and bandleader Mark Doyle brings his Guitar Noir project back to his hometown Auburn Public Theater at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 4, a year after the debut of the layered and luscious combination of rock and strings. In this first edition of Mark It Up in Syracuse,  WAER community blogger Mark Bialczak sits down with Doyle to talk about the show, his band, and the many musical connections he's made over the decades. Doyle also takes out his acoustic guitar and delivers a special treat.

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  Governor Cuomo and legislative leaders reached a framework budget agreement late Sunday night and say they hope to work out remaining details and begin passing bills today to meet the midnight Tuesday deadline.

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