Ned Campbell

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‘Survival: Adventure to Apocalypse’ opens in Fayetteville Square

Calypso Ford says her new store, “Survival Adventure to Apocalypse,” is not just for the coming end of the Mayan calendar on Dec. 21 which some are calling the end of days.

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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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Sandy Schepp of Manlius elected to Onondaga County Clerk seat

Manlius Town Councilor Sandy Schepp has won the race for Onondaga County Clerk.

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Buerkle casts ballot at Onondaga Free Library

Republican Congresswoman Ann Marie Buerkle left Onondaga Free Library after casting her vote today feeling optimistic.

State Sen. David Valesky runs unnopposed for District 53 seat

Following 2012’s redistricting, Valesky will represent the 53rd District, which includes the bulk of the city, the southeastern corner of Onondaga County, all of Madison County and two towns in Oneida County.

State Sen. John DeFrancisco seeks 11th term

State Sen. John DeFrancisco is running for reelection to his eleventh term.

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[GALLERY] New York State Fair celebrates opening day

Fair fans traveled distances near and far to enjoy opening day of the New York State Fair Thursday, Aug. 23.

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Natur-Tyme health store moves into expanded home on Erie Boulevard

As the owner of Drumlins Pharmacy, Stan Meyerson began offering vitamins to his Central New York customers long before the health craze caught on. As the owner of Natur-Tyme, the 30-year-old business her father would buy and eventually make his own, Wendy Meyerson is carrying on the old man’s dream — and she’s doing it with a flair for innovation that must run in the family.

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Camillus family’s story inspires home makeover

Dave Peek and his wife, Michelle, bought their home on Kastor Avenue in the village of Camillus with plans to fix it up. They couldn’t have planned for what happened next. “The second we had our daughter, Sarah, there were a lot of medical complications, and life just changed,” Dave Peek said. “All of our priorities changed.”

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Congressional candidates stress jobs, small business at Manlius forum

Local business owners and other residents heard from federal, state and county candidates for November election at a political breakfast held Tuesday at the Cavalry Club in Manlius.

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