Douglas Gustin to be added to Canastota Alumni Wall of Distinction

Douglas Gustin, a 1975 graduate of Canastota High School studied at SUNY Morrisville and received an associate of applied science degree in 1977.  He entered the work force first working with Chicago Markets then moving on to the Bruno Novelty Company, where he worked for the next five years.  Gustin then took a position […]

Lorraine Bruno Arsenault to be placed on Canastota Alumni Wall of Distinction

Lorraine Bruno Arsenault, a 1966 graduate of Canastota High School, earned a bachelor of arts in philosophy at Marymount College in 1970. While at CHS, she served as an officer on student council all four years and as president her senior year.  She was voted Most Outstanding  Senior Girl by her classmates.  As a […]

Great Swamp announces 18th annual Fall Migration Festival

Westy’s Birds of Prey will be one of the many attractions at the Great Swamp Conservancy’s 18th annual Fall Migration Festival, at the GSC’s North Main Street Road, Canastota, center. The event will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 21.

In honor of migratory birds returning to their winter homes where the […]

Canastota Central School Wall of Distinction

The 2019 Canastota Wall of Distinction inductees were announced at this year’s Canastota Alumni Banquet in June. The Wall of Distinction Banquet will be held at Theodore’s with a social hour at 6 p.m. followed by dinner at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019.

Inductees are Lorraine Bruno Arsenault, class of 1966; Tracey Carpenter […]

Gondeck graduates from Fairleigh Dickinson University

In commencement exercises May 21, 2019, FDU conferred more than 2,400 degrees, ranging from associates to doctorates, on graduates at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. Among them was Kourtnei-Rae Gondeck of Kirkville.

Fortnightly Club opens 125th year

Those interested are invited to the opening reception for the Hamilton Fortnightly Club’s 125th year of sharing research and presentations.

The reception is at 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 15, 2019, in the community room of the Hamilton Public Library and will feature a presentation by Colgate Professor of History Jill Harsin on “When Women […]

Birds & Beasts of Chenango County planned for Sept. 11, 2019

Great Egret

The Chenango Bird Club presents “Birds and Beasts of Chenango County” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 11, at Rogers Environmental Education Center’s Visitor Center. Presenter Mike DeWispelaere is a member of the Chenango Bird Club and an avid photographer. His quest this year is to record 200 bird species in Chenango County, […]

SUNY Morrisville annual yearling sale is Sept. 15, 2019

SUNY Morrisville presents its annual fall yearling sale at noon Sunday, Sept. 15, at the college’s Nancy Sears Stowell Arena on Swamp Road in Smithfield. Yearlings are available for inspection after 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 14.

The highly anticipated sale, which is free and open to the public, draws a crowd of potential buyers, […]

Schools announce menus

Areas school districts announced their September menus.

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Stirpe: Programs available to help CNY students achieve their education goals

Assemblyman Al Stirpe

By now, college campuses across the state are filled with students as the fall 2019 semester gets underway. Some students are beginning the next chapter of their educational journeys, while others are returning for another year as they continue to work toward their goals. No matter the circumstance, I want to […]

Stirpe: Keeping our kids’ safety, education first as they head back to school

Assemblyman Al Stirpe

It’s almost that time of the year again. Right now, the stores are stocked with pencils, folders and composition notebooks as parents and their kids receive supply lists, homeroom assignments and class schedules. Come September, school buses will hit the roads, ready to transport students across New York State for another […]

Wilkes University Welcomes Molly Moyer of Oneida into the Class of 2023

Wilkes University welcomes Molly Moyer of Oneida into the class of 2023.

Moyer, one of more than 500 students who make up the University’s newest class, is entering Wilkes as a pre-pharmacy GS major.