Inside Local Real Estate With Susan Barnett Portrait Of A Sellers’ Market 2020 has been a wild ride for everyone. For people buying or selling properties, it’s a ride they’ll probably never forget. Real estate, like everything else, was shut down in the spring. But my phone rang throughout the shutdown. People stuck at home […]
If an email, phone call, or browser popup suddenly offers to fix a problem you didn’t know you had, stop and think about it before paying, answering questions, or downloading software. Your best defense is to be aware and cautious.
By Shana Ko One of the first things you learn when studying cloud computing is the shared responsibility model. Simply put, this means that the responsibility for security in the cloud is shared between you and your provider. If we apply this to our own online experience, the responsibility is shared between you and the […]
For years, you could buy fresh samosas at Good Cheap Foods in Delhi NY, but no longer. Thanks to a video, I learned the trick of prebaking the dough on one side. It has made making samosas as easy as pie.
Staff report Franklin Stage Company has won a $5200 Preserve New York (PNY) grant to fund a Building Condition Report of historic Chapel Hall, to be carried out by Crawford and Sterns, Architects & Preservation Planners, PLLC. The Preservation League of New York State and their program partners at the New York State Council on […]
It was suggested that I write something about the COVID-19 pandemic for the Mayor’s Corner.I’m not sure I’m the go-to guy to bring clarity to what we’re going through right now, but I read something recently posted by a Trappist monk referencing the significance of the third chapter of the Book of Ecclesiastes to these […]
Dear Franklin Community, We hope this message finds you well, now that we are over a month into the 2020-21 school year at Franklin CSD. Please know that we fully appreciate all the support and cooperation from our students, parents/guardians, families, and community members to get the school year up and running in such a […]
By Michael Sellitti This year has certainly presented many challenges for everyone, including community organizations like the Sidney Center Improvement Group [SCIG]. When the pandemic hit, the all-volunteer members of SCIG quickly transitioned to meetings held on Zoom with a commitment to keep moving the efforts of the group forward for the community. SCIG has […]
By Darryl Loker The Maywood Historical Group of Sidney Center, Inc., made the decision last spring not to open the Maywood Depot for 2020. This meant there would be no Ice Cream Socials, family gatherings, potluck dinners, or parties during the summer months. The decision was based on being unable to set up for social […]
By Michael Sellitti If you’ve driven through the hamlet of Sidney Center recently, you may have noticed our beautiful new entrance signs. Funded and installed by the Sidney Center Improvement Group (SCIG), the signs are works of art created to welcome folks to Sidney Center by paying homage to the area’s long history with the […]