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Ned Campbell

Editor: The Eagle, Eagle Bulletin, Eagle Observer
315-434-8889 Ext: 339

Ned Campbell can be reached at ncampbell@eaglenewsonline.com.

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From the editor: Thanks for all the stories

I’ve had so many experiences over the past two-and-a-half years that I never imagined having — all without venturing too far from my hometown of Cazenovia.

Tops acquires Jordan, Elbridge and Mexico Big M supermarkets

Tops Friendly Markets has entered into an agreement with the Farrugia family to acquire three Big M supermarkets located at 227 E. Main St. in Elbridge, 9 Mechanic St. in Jordan and 3385 Main St. in Mexico.

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Syracuse's symphony to announce new name at ‘Holiday Symphonic Spectacular’

The Holiday Symphonic Spectacular set for Dec. 14 in Syracuse will be much more than a holiday pops concert.

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Camillus' Daniel Meyer wins Order of the Towman Award

Daniel Meyer, owner of Meyer's Towing, is the winner of the 2012 Order of the Towman Award sponsored by American Towman.

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Marcellus readies for Starlight Tree Lighting

The annual Marcellus Starlight Tree Lighting is drawing near.

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Thirteen women-run businesses breathe new life into Jordan

Linda Boehm is thrilled to be part of a growing community of women business owners in the village of Jordan.

Teens charged with attempted robbery during drug deal in Fairmount Wegmans lot

Two Syracuse teens have been charged with first-degree attempted robbery in connection with a drug deal that took place in the Fairmount Wegmans parking lot Friday.

Marcellus, Elbridge town boards reduce taxes for 2013

Taxes are on the decline in the towns of Marcellus and Elbridge.

Camillus park volunteers begin work on Clyde Ohl Exercise Trail

A longtime public servant in Camillus is being honored with his own trail at Camillus Erie Canal Park.

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Kiwanis Club offers support to Marine Toys for Tots

The Solvay-Geddes-Camillus Kiwanis Club will soon deliver some 2,000 toys to 15 locations — including five church food pantries, Head Start Schools, Eastern Farm Workers, needy school groups and church outreach programs. Marine Toys for Tots will provide 1,400 of those toys and 600 toys will come from other community sources.

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