11 hrs ago
Achievers: Hobart and William Smith College students earn bachelor's degree
Cara Goslowski , child of Thomas and Laurie Goslowski, of Syracuse, majored in psychology; Maria Mangine , child of Frederick and Teresa Mangine, of Syracuse, majored in biology and environmental studies, magna cum laude; Kimberly King , child of Julie King, of Cicero, majored in Asian studies and comparative literature, magna cum laude; Luis ... (more)
16 hrs ago
More EEE found in Onondaga County
Three more mosquito pools in Onondaga County have tested positive for eastern equine encephalitis, according to the Onondaga County Health Department.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Rabid Bat Discovered In Cicero
Onondaga County Interim Commissioner of Health, Michelle Mignano, announced today that the New York State Health Department laboratory has reported that a bat found on Lakeshore Road in the Town Of Cicero has tested positive for rabies.
Onondaga County to spray neighborhoods near Cicero Swamp this weekend for mosquitoes
Onondaga County plans to do ground spraying from trucks to combat mosquitoes in neighborhoods surrounding the Cicero Swamp Saturday and Sunday, weather permitting.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Auburn couple accused of using their daughter to steal meat from Wegmans
The parents of a three-year-old Auburn girl are under arrest after investigators say they used her to conceal hundreds of dollars' worth of meat from the Auburn Wegmans on Sunday.
Cicero beach closed for swimming again because of high levels of bacteria
Oneida Shores Beach in Cicero has been closed for swimming again, this time because of high levels of bacteria in the water.
NYS Assembly race: DeMarco calls tax breaks artificial, Stirpe says NY must be in game
Assemblyman Al Stirpe, D-Cicero, and Republican challenger Rob DeMarco, of Clay, are running for the 127th Assembly District seat in 2014.
Former substitute North Syracuse bus driver to find out if judge...
A former substitute North Syracuse bus driver will find out today if a judge is still willing to sentence him to three years in prison for repeatedly raping a girl in 2012 and 2013.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Military achievements by local residents week of August 11
Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Hunter R. Chester graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Cicero Fire District seeks voter approval to sell land after residents vote down new fire station
The Cicero Fire District is seeking permission from voters to sell land after residents voted down the district's plans to build a new fire station earlier this year.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
Today's obits: Edward M. Mumford retired as an elevator mechanic after 35 years
Edward M. Mumford, 70, of Lakeshore Road, Cicero, died Sunday, Aug. 3, 2014, at Crouse Hospital.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
More mosquitoes with EEE virus turn up in Cicero
Evidence of EEE was found in four mosquito pools, according to the Onondaga County Health Department.
Mon Aug 04, 2014
Power Authority approves low-cost electricity to 26 businesses
G.A. Braun Inc., which makes industrial laundry equipment at this plant in Cicero, will receive an allocation of 326 kilowatts of low-cost electricity from the New York Power Authority in exchange for a $10.9 million capial investment that is to create 20 jobs and retain 155 existing jobs.
Swimming banned at Oneida Shores and William Memorial Park beaches because of algae
The Onondaga County Health Department announced today that Oneida Shores Beach and Joseph F.William Memorial Park Beach, both in Cicero, will be closed to swimming because of dense algae blooms containing blue-green algae.
Fri Aug 01, 2014
Cicero Chamber of Commerce says $70,000 state fine is a mistake
The president of the Greater Cicero Chamber of Commerce says a $70,000 fine levied against it by the state Workers' Compensation Board is the result of a mixup.
Achievers: State University College at Delhi students graduate
Zerina Becirspahic , of Syracuse, majored in architectural design and building; Keegan Bolan , of LaFayette, majored in construction technology, summa cum laude; Amy Bushnoe , of Liverpool, majored in nursing, magna cum laude; Mark Dewan , of Fayetteville, majored in welding; Kenneth Favreau , of LaFayette, majored in computer information systems; ... (more)
Achievers: State University College at Canton students named to...
The following students at State University College at Canton have been named to the dean's list for the 2014 spring semester: Jennifer Melnick , of Camillus, majoring in nursing and a graduate of Ilion Junior-Senior High School; Kristine N. Mims , of Cicero, majoring in nursing and a graduate of Ogdensburg Free Academy; Gwennan A. Carlson , of ... (more)
Thu Jul 31, 2014
Lightning strike likely culprit in Cicero house fire
A bolt of lightning believed to have struck an Alizarin Avenue house this morning is being blamed as the cause of a fire that burned through the attic, but left the home's occupant uninjured.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Green Planet Grocery to open 10 new stores: Cicero up first
The store, which specializes in natural and organic groceries and supplements, will open 10 new stores over the next three years.