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Apr 17 2014 2014 Every 15 Minutes Program A Success
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Our 2014 Every 15 Minutes Program has now concluded. We truly hope this has a positive impact on the 11th and 12th graders in attendance. A big thank you to all who had a part in presenting this worthwhile program.


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Winter brings images of cozy, warm nights at home, but it also can be a season when families may be at a higher risk of home fires.   ...Read More

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The Fire and EMS personnel from the Manlius and Fayetteville Fire departments, the Town of Manlius Police Department, staff from Upstate Hospital, Mercy Flight Helicopter, Newell-Fay Funeral Home, and the Manlius Village Court will be participating in a 2 day event that will show the Junior and Senior Class Students at Fayetteville-Manlius High School about all of the facets and consequences of a drinking and driving related incident. The program is titled "Every 15 Minutes". Good luck to everyone involved....you are helping to make a lasting impact on these kids!
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Manlius, N.Y. – Manlius police are asking for the public’s help in their investigation of a fire Thursday at The Beverage Outlet recycling center, 312 Fayette St., in the Village of Manlius.

The call came in about 6:30 p.m. It took firefighters about 50 minutes to put out the fire in the building that was filled with plastic bottles and cardboard boxes, said Manlius Fire Chief Paul Whorral. The fire traveled through the building's false roof, he said.

Nobody was injured, he said.

Fire investigators from Onondaga County Emergency Management are investigating the fire, Manlius police said.

Police ask that anyone with information call 682-2212, or 682-8673.


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