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Cazenovia community gathers in wake of recent national tragedy
Five days following the tragic deaths of 20 young children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., members of the Cazenovia community gathered together to grieve those lost, and show support to those affected.
For the 11th year, local men gathered in downtown Cazenovia to complete their holiday shopping under the cover of darkness while enjoying some camaraderie.
Jennifer Schutzendorf, the proprietor of The Gallery of CNY, recently announced she is looking to sell the space at 58 Albany St. after six years of ownership.
Recent graduate, field organizer for presidential campaign visits high school
One year after graduating from Cazenovia High School and becoming a field organizer for President Barack Obama, Caroline Marshall found herself walking the familiar hallways once again.
The 35th Annual Christmas Walk and Tree Lighting ceremony took place the evening of Nov. 30 in the village of Cazenovia.
CCSD students headed to college on lacrosse scholarships
After school on Monday, Nov. 19, two senior students of the Cazenovia Central School District signed official letters of intent to attend college, both as students and athletes, in fall 2013.
Cazenovia resident Jane Burrell-Uzcategui recently traveled to New York City to visit with her sister Anne Burrell, a celebrity chef on Food Network, and to cook some good food for a great cause.
Muriel Stevens and Suzann Davies, two of the Cazenovia Central School District’s most dedicated crossing guards, were honored by village officials for their combined 53 years of service to the youth of Cazenovia.
Chary Griffin competes in World Triathlon Championship
Cazenovia resident Chary Griffin recently traveled to Auckland, New Zealand, with her husband, Jim, but sightseeing and observing the Kiwi culture were low on her to-do list.
A number of friendly scarecrows, created by Cazenovia High School art students, were visible throughout the Historic Cazenovia Business District from Oct. 25 to 31 as part of the First Annual Scarecrow Fest.