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Camillus town employees recognized

Friends of Camillus Park recognize hard work

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CNYSPCA Pet of the Week: Give Zoe a chance at a happy home

Give Zoe a chance! Come and meet this beauty outside her kennel and see for yourself what a special girl she is. Call the CNYSPCA at 454-4479 for more information and visit us at cnyspca.org.

Pavement restoration to beginon Route 174 in Camillus

Travel advisory begins Oct. 1.

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SKARTS to host Artist Studio Tour

A glimpse inside artists studios this weekend

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Baltimore Woods to host fall brunch

Homegrown Community Brunch this weekend

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Amberations this weekend

Celebrate Fall in Amber

J-E school to host weather station

Middle school will be local site of statewide network

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CNYSPCA Pet of the Week: Small animals make great pets

Dodger is a 2-year-old male guinea pig who was surrendered because his owner had too many animals. Call the shelter at 454-4479 to learn more or check out our website at CNYSPCA.org.

Movie Tavern breaks ground

Movie Tavern latest edition to Township 5 complex

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Student organized Strides for Pride

Fundraiser this weekend

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Quartet of football teams take losses

WG falls to Nottingham; Westhill, Marcellus, Solvay also beaten

Across the board, whether at home or trying to make an impact on the road, the area’s varsity football teams had a rough Friday evening.

Plenty of events this month at the library

Classes, reading and more at Maxwell Library

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CNYSPCA Pet of the Week: Make your home Apollo’s Mt. Olympus

Come meet Apollo — your home could be his Mount Olympus! For more information call CNYSPCA at 454-4479, and check out more adoptable pets at CNYSPCA.org.

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DeWitt man aims to collect a million bottles for breast cancer

Since 2012, Segal has been fighting back against the disease that affects more than 3 million Americans each year. His weapons? Bottles and cans. Segal’s goal is to collect 1 million bottles and cans and donate the 5-cent deposits — which add up to $50,000 — to the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund.