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John Dau, Lost Boy no more, and the power of a story: Even amid setbacks, love and hope trump pain
John Dau, former Lost Boy, says his foundation intends to rebuild a medical clinic that was looted and nearly destroyed by rebels in South Sudan.
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Tue Apr 15, 2014
Believe it or not, spring is here. Listen to the sounds of spring peepers
I know today's bone-chilling rain and promise of snow/sleet tonight has put many in a bad mood.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Syracuse International Film Fest plans Spring Fest of movies, music and art
Filmmakers with a Syracuse connection will be in the spotlight at Spring Fest 2014 on April 25 and 26 at the Palace Theatre, 2384 James St., Syracuse.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Central New York Easter egg hunts, parties and meals with the bunny
Children four years old and under take off for during the annual Skaneateles Easter Egg Hunt at Clift Park in 2012.
Trial of Auburn man accused in fatal stabbing goes to the jurors
Jurors will return to a Cayuga County courtroom this morning to begin deliberations in the trial of Kevin Ritchie, who is accused of fatally stabbing a Skaneateles man during a fight last fall.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Skaneateles Jewelry reopens with new look after renovation
The renovations include an expanded showroom, new facade, lighting upgrades and new display cases, said Charlie Davis, who co-owns the store with his brother Wes.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
House of the Week: Views of the sky and water on Skaneateles Lake
Pam and Amado Santos owned their camp on Skaneateles Lake for more than 20 years when they decided to make a few changes.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Watertown Daily Times
Mother of teen DWI victim to speak Saturday in Lowville
The mother of a teen who was killed in 2004 in an alcohol-related crash in Onondaga County will share her story here Saturday morning.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Feds plan to seize $1.7 million Skaneateles Lake home as drug-dealing proceeds
Charles Blomquist of Skaneateles leaves the Federal Building with his lawyer Terrance Flynn after pleading guilty in a drug case.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Mystery mansion recreated in Central New York warehouse for auction
A Central New York warehouse has been transformed into a luxurious showroom for the auction of furniture bought for a mysterious 24-room mansion that was never built.
Best & Co. Salon and Day Spa closed
The business has debts totaling more than $52,000, many of which are unsecured claims held by customers with gift certificates, according to federal court records.
Most Central New York trout streams are high and a little muddy, but fishable
After hearing about flood warnings this weekend on several Central New York creeks and rivers, I got out this morning and checked the conditions on a few popular trout fishing streams.
Great Chefs Dinner puts culinary talent on display, raises money for American Red Cross
The local chapter of the American Red Cross raised more $30,000 Sunday at the Great Chefs Dinner, a fundraiser that returned to action this year after a 2-year hiatus.
Jury selection begins in Cayuga County Good Samaritan murder trial
Jury selection began this morning for the trial of Kevin Ritchie who is accused of stabbing a Skaneateles man to death during a fight in September.
Sun Mar 30, 2014
Blue-roofed drug castle in Skaneateles on the market after makeover
The Skaneateles drug castle is finished and up for sale more than a decade after a convicted cocaine trafficker first start building it.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
CNY mother writes book about son's tragic death in high-profile Skaneateles crash
Marianne Angelillo, mother of a Skaneateles teen who was killed in an alcohol-related high-speed crash in 2004, has written a book detailing her experience.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
Do we take our water quality for granted in Central NY?
I sit on a Friday waiting for the weekend and wonder if spring will ever come. I open the sliding glass door to our back deck and look out at the ever so slowly melting snow.
Sun Mar 23, 2014
Air Force Times
After 70 years, WWII gunner finally accepts Purple Heart
Staff Sgt. Richard Faulkner was the only surviving crew member when his bomber was shot down on a mission to Augsburg, Germany, on March 18, 1944.