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Centro to preserve most Auburn bus services
Additional funding in the 2015-16 state budget will allow Centro to maintain existing bus services throughout central New York, but one Auburn route will be eliminated.
» Candidates throw hats in ring for Cayuga-area school board races
» Auburn man admits downloading child porn
» Inmate convicted of assaulting Auburn prison staff
» Area school districts OK Cayuga-Onondaga BOCES budget
» Hochul: State support for Tubman in Auburn 'something we're looking at'
» State crisis management techniques for Cayuga Co. leaders
» Cayuga County-area school boards prepare for upcoming elections
» Republican Didio to seek re-election as Auburn rep on Cayuga Legislature
» FLX Weekly with Jessica Lahr for the weekend of 4/24
» Denial of post-test treats sparks outcry at So. Cayuga
» Bridge connecting Conquest & Mentz to go to one lane
» Central NY Red Cross offering free smoke alarms
» Rail repairs on Route 38 Bridge begins Monday
» Schumer to USDA: Allow co-ops to pay milk insurance premiums
» Runkle to seek second term as Sennett, Owasco rep
» Local insurance professional plans run for Sennett supervisor
» Reward for tip in death of puppies in Cayuga County
» Sennett man admits stealing money, jewelry from parents
» Weedsport motel robber gets 20 years to life
» Auburn officials submit budget requests
» Utility pushing to become intermediary between digester and county
» Weedsport man charged w/ 140 bags of heroin
» Skaneateles auto dealer Pat Bombard arraigned on new charges
» Cuomo, joined by Cayuga Milk Ingredients CEO in Cuba
» Oswego foundation offers to match money raised for CCC Fulton campus
» Auburn councilors to consider department budget requests
» Katko says tougher laws needed to combat synthetic drugs
» Hannibal man charged with first-degree rape
» Bombard facing charge he stole from Skaneateles developer
» Cayuga Co. investigation nets 140 bags of heroin, 2 arrests
» DWI arrest in Seneca Falls
» Drug charges for two Cayuga County men
» Found: Lois A. Terino-Gray from Auburn
» Oswego County mobile home likely destroyed after fire
» Auburn Police looking for missing Cato woman
» Auburn police charge man with stealing copper wire
» Legal drama triggered by Auburn 'Glee Camp' ends
» Dozens charged in Cayuga Co. welfare fraud sweep
» Auburn withdraws order against church over Case Mansion
» Warrants for 32 people in Cayuga County welfare fraud sweep
» Auburn man faces prison for breaking into home
» Man wanted for 2013 Fleming rape arrested in Florida
» Auburn entrusts Casey Park ice rink to local nonprofit
» Car damaged after shots fired in Owasco
» Fleming man back from Florida to face rape charges
» Downtown Auburn buildings defaced
» Syracuse venture fund to host tech conference in Skaneateles
» Weedsport adopts $19 million school budget
» Weedsport school board adopts $19 million school budget
» Hinman admits stealing $45k meant for daughters
Local Sports
Union Springs/Port Byron baseball routs Marathon
One day after scratching out a win despite being no-hit, Union Springs/Port Byron unleashed an offensive onslaught.
» Lax players with local ties named Tewaaraton nominees
» Jordan-Elbridge boys lacrosse wins over Oswego
» NASCAR Driver Kasey Kahne meets fans in Oswego
» Auburn girls golf team continues to roll
» Skaneateles lacrosse wins battle with Brothers
» New food vendor coming to Falcon Park
» Auburn lacrosse rallies from five goal deficit to win
» Doubledays announce Radio Broadcast schedule
» Union Springs softball trounces Watkins Glen
» Auburn girls lacrosse routs Syracuse
» Jordan-Elbridge girls lacrosse falls to Cazenovia
» CBA overcomes slow start to bury Skaneateles
» Weedsport softball gets timely hits in win over Cato-Meridian
» Deadline approaches for Auburn YMCA Little League
» Auburn girls lacrosse holds on to top Oswego
» Wildcats use big 3rd quarter to blow past Auburn
» Skaneateles runs by Bishop Ludden/Grimes 20-8
» Auburn native Kimberly Gilfus finds right balance
» Doubledays need host families for 2015 season
» Hornets maroon Auburn in opener
» Gooley, Arnold lead CNY Flyers sled hockey team
» Skaneateles native Keith Buehler with Elmira Jackals
» Skaneateles girls lacrosse set to defend state title
» Live from the Motorsports Show at FL Mall
» Skaneateles hockey claims first state title in 26 years
» Skaneateles hockey advances to state championship
» Upset wins building confidence for Westhill
» Parent confronted player after Watkins beats Moravia
» Section 4 Class C boys semifinals should be dandies
» SU attackman from Skaneateles named ACC Offensive Player of the Week
» Skaneateles girls fall in semifinals
» Skaneateles boys hockey outduels Auburn
» Southern Cayuga girls cruise past Gilboa to advance
Local People and Places
Java with the Gents supports victims of crime in Cayuga Co.
Good news and changes to come complemented the More Than Java With the Gents dinner Friday Evening.
» Seymour Library adding Autism books and movies
» United Church of Auburn to honor law enforcement May 17
» Last Auburn Chamber Orchestra Concert of season Tonight
» Benefit Tomorrow for cancer support groups in Auburn
» Inside an eastern Finger Lakes summer vacation
» Auburn High School driver's education program returns
» Seward House announces Summer fundraiser
» Ban on boat sewage discharges proposed for NY lakes
» Montessori School showcases reptiles during Earth Day
» Auburn city manager, comptroller to discuss city's budget on public affairs program
» Guitarist takes Willard Chapel audience on musical journey
» 11 year celebration for IGNITE Cayuga County
» IGNITE picks trash off downtown Auburn streets
» Friends gather in Auburn to support woman after heart transplant
» Ormie King: Memories, photos of 'The Club' in Auburn
» Literacy volunteer orientation sessions set for Skaneateles, Auburn
» Fox Subaru donates $5,889 to Finger Lakes SPCA
» Aurora featured in New York Times article
» Ticket sales for FLX Musical Theatre Festival's 2015 shows
» Auburn's Casey Park getting new operators
» Harsh Northeast winter no hindrance to hungry ticks
» Auburn High School Drama Club presenting 'Omigosh'
» Activist analyzes hydrofracking during Wells College forum
» Rossmann: Places of memory in Aurora
» Auburn chiropractor Homic to host health talk April 25
» Auburn/Cayuga NAACP to hold annual Freedom Fund Banquet
» Teacher leads Irish dance lessons in Auburn, King Ferry
» ABC Cayuga discusses Auburn play space plans
» Benefit for Draheim to be held April 18 at Suzy's Tavern
» NAACP announces annual banquet
» Why you should vaccinate your child
» Auburn Rotary: At 100 years old, as busy as ever
» Boyle Center resident thankful for 'angels' around her
» Volunteer opportunities in the Cayuga Co. area
» Auburn Zonta: Worldwide efforts help empower women
» Chicken BBQ raises $3,000 toward scholarship program
» Fingerlakes Mall celebrates 35 years with dance party
» Area teams compete at Odyssey of the Mind state tournament
» Beer and hawks kick off spring at Dickman Farms in Auburn
» Auburn Rotary Club celebrates a century of service
» Auburn boy with brain tumor to go on African safari
» Auburn-based Tubman Boosters urging support $20 bill campaign
» Auburn Chamber Orchestra presents "Broadway Bound"
» Push continues for Tubman National Park
» The Krebs writing another chapter in storied history
» Fisherman, author Kelly to visit Bass Pro April 18
» Westminster Nursery School holding open house April 20
» Hot Jobs: Software developers are in demand
» Touchscreen connects P. Byron students to alumni
» Bells to ring in Weedsport; anniversary of end of the Civil War
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