December 2, 2021

Poverty forum explores causes, remedies

March 19, 2019

Donna Beegle was born into generations of poverty — some of her relatives couldn’t read. It was the same for Beegle — at age 26 she couldn’t read a newspaper or write a sentence. Beegle, […]

Homer to announce new microenterprise grants

March 7, 2019

Two years ago, Jodi Terwilliger used a $15,000 microenterprise grant from the village of Homer to expand her dress inventory and advertise her bridal business. Megan Williams used a similar $10,000 grant to buy new […]

No-parking proposed

March 6, 2019

A dozen vehicles lined Tompkins Street just south of the railroad tracks around 2:30 p.m. Tuesday. The area, from Folmer Drive to Joseph Street and on the opposite side of the road from the railroad […]

Finding a good fit

March 2, 2019

Adrianna Murphy and Rachel Kline perfected the design for their Renaissance- era castle Friday — Murphy drafted ideas on a personal whiteboard and Kline worked next to her at her laptop. Murphy likes drafting the […]

Building leaders

February 28, 2019

Megan Dineen repeatedly urged a group of kindergartners on Wednesday to stay on topic and focus on the task at hand — a lesson she had created about the differences and similarities between plants and […]

Feeling sapped by the weather

February 28, 2019

Tim Custer began tapping trees around Jan. 15 in preparation of a snow storm. Two weeks later, he was finished with the 14,500 taps. The payoff — around 600 gallons of syrup, boiled in four […]

Chapin to bring magic

February 26, 2019

Tom Chapin is at the stage of his life where he is betwixt and between. “This is the year where we are taking care of grandchildren,” said the Hudson Valley man, a folk singer/songwriter and […]

Building relationships

February 26, 2019

Stone soup is a folklore tale of a community coming together to help a man make soup by each adding something to the pot. It’s a story of sharing and community building. It’s also the […]

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