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Hobart and William Smith Colleges gets $4 million from Bozzutos

Tom Bozzuto grew up in a working-class home, but his entrepreneurial drive, developed in part from his undergraduate studies at Hobart and William Smith Colleges, made him a very wealthy man. Now the chairman of the HWS Board of Trustees, his wife and their family are hoping to encourage that entrepreneurial spirit with a multi-million-dollar donation to the Colleges Bozzuto,... more

Fundraiser planned for Waterloo boy who suffers from rare brain disorder

Although only 7 years old, Alex Mattei has persevered more than most people do in a lifetime. The Waterloo boy suffers from a rare brain disorder, Chiara Malformation with Hydrocephalus. It occurs when the skull is abnormally small or misshapen, and brain tissue extends into the spinal canal. He will undergo the 24th surgery of his young life Dec. 8... more

Sen. Helming visits Seneca Falls schools to meet with students, teachers

Senator Pam Helming recently visited the Seneca Falls Central School District to meet with students, teachers, administrators, and school board members. Starting at Frank Knight Elementary School, Senator Helming talked with and read to Mrs. Stephanie Lando’s kindergarten class. Then, in the District Office she greeted Mynderse Academy seniors Nicole Siwarski and Jacob Robinson, whom she recommended to the New... more

Commencement scheduled for NYCC in Seneca Falls

New York Chiropractic College has scheduled commencement exercises for 10:00 am, Saturday, December 2nd, at its Seneca Falls campus Athletic Center. Dr. Elaina Pirro-Lombardi, a 2000 graduate of New York Chiropractic College, serves the Chair of the New York State Board of Regents Chiropractic board and an Examiner for the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners will deliver the commencement address... more

Hobart and William Smith Colleges gets $4 million from Bozzutos

Tom Bozzuto grew up in a working-class home, but his entrepreneurial drive, developed in part from his undergraduate studies at Hobart and William Smith Colleges, made him a very wealthy man. Now the chairman of the HWS Board of Trustees, his wife and their family are hoping to encourage that entrepreneurial spirit with a multi-million-dollar donation to the Colleges Bozzuto,... more

Fundraiser planned for Waterloo boy who suffers from rare brain disorder

Although only 7 years old, Alex Mattei has persevered more than most people do in a lifetime. The Waterloo boy suffers from a rare brain disorder, Chiara Malformation with Hydrocephalus. It occurs when the skull is abnormally small or misshapen, and brain tissue extends into the spinal canal. He will undergo the 24th surgery of his young life Dec. 8... more

Sen. Helming visits Seneca Falls schools to meet with students, teachers

Senator Pam Helming recently visited the Seneca Falls Central School District to meet with students, teachers, administrators, and school board members. Starting at Frank Knight Elementary School, Senator Helming talked with and read to Mrs. Stephanie Lando’s kindergarten class. Then, in the District Office she greeted Mynderse Academy seniors Nicole Siwarski and Jacob Robinson, whom she recommended to the New... more

Commencement scheduled for NYCC in Seneca Falls

New York Chiropractic College has scheduled commencement exercises for 10:00 am, Saturday, December 2nd, at its Seneca Falls campus Athletic Center. Dr. Elaina Pirro-Lombardi, a 2000 graduate of New York Chiropractic College, serves the Chair of the New York State Board of Regents Chiropractic board and an Examiner for the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners will deliver the commencement address... more

Thanksgiving drive doubled this year in Seneca Falls

Even though it was their first day of Thanksgiving break, several Seneca Falls school district students woke up early Wednesday to do a good deed. Again this year, Seneca Falls Middle School math teacher Dave Major spearheaded a drive to provide Thanksgiving dinner fixings to area families. He enlisted the help of school staff members and the police department, and... more

Harmful algal blooms subject of upcoming Cayuga Community College talk

Partners for Healthy Watersheds will host a harmful algal bloom talk 7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 6 in the auditorium of Cayuga Community College, 197 Franklin St., Auburn. Greg Boyer, director of the Great Lakes Research Consortium and professor at SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, will share his research around harmful algal blooms at the talk called, “What You... more

Skaneateles school district to hold forum on children’s media consumption

The Skaneateles Central School District wants to open a dialogue with parents about their children’s time in front of screens, in light of the ever-expanding media landscape. A forum on students’ media consumption will be held Wednesday night at the Skaneateles High School auditorium. Christopher Casler-Goncalves, principal of State Street Intermediate School and Waterman Primary School; Kelly Whitney, chief product... more
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