Halloween http://wrvo.org en Onondaga County has its own spooky stories to share on Halloween http://wrvo.org/post/onondaga-county-has-its-own-spooky-stories-share-halloween <p>Ghost stories abound during the Halloween season and the Onondaga Historical Association has collected some of the best known ghostly tales in Onondaga County.</p><p>One of the most told ghost stories in central New York is "the Bride of the 13 Curves."&nbsp; OHA Curator of History Dennis Conners said it starts on Cedarvale Road.</p> Thu, 31 Oct 2013 22:54:59 +0000 Ellen Abbott 46470 at http://wrvo.org Onondaga County has its own spooky stories to share on Halloween Oneida's Farnam Mansion provides home to spirits, owners http://wrvo.org/post/oneidas-farnam-mansion-provides-home-spirits-owners <p>Buying a haunted house isn't for everyone, but for the couple who bought the supposedly haunted Farnam Mansion in Oneida three years ago, they've found a comfortable life sharing their home with what they call spirits.</p><p>The Farnam Mansion on Main Street in Oneida has all the makings of a haunted house; creaky stairs, lots of small, dark rooms, a cellar complete with a former lab.</p><p>The brick Victorian Italianate home built more than 150 years ago is currently owned by Gerri and Brian Gray.</p> Thu, 31 Oct 2013 12:26:01 +0000 Ellen Abbott 46442 at http://wrvo.org Oneida's Farnam Mansion provides home to spirits, owners Police in Onondaga County crack down on Halloween drunk drivers http://wrvo.org/post/police-onondaga-county-crack-down-halloween-drunk-drivers <p>It won't be someone in a police costume pulling drunk drivers over this weekend. Police agencies across Onondaga County are cracking down on Halloween partiers in what has become a busy weekend for police when it comes to drunk driving.</p><p> Wed, 24 Oct 2012 09:00:01 +0000 Ellen Abbott 27991 at http://wrvo.org Police in Onondaga County crack down on Halloween drunk drivers Dentists offer to buy Halloween candy from kids for charity http://wrvo.org/post/dentists-offer-buy-halloween-candy-kids-charity <p>In Fayetteville orthodontist Joe&nbsp;Catania&rsquo;s office, trick or treat begins the day after Halloween, when his haunted office holds its cash-for-candy program November 1-10.&nbsp;&nbsp;They pay kids in the community, not just patients, a dollar a pound for the stuff that might otherwise muck up their braces.</p><p> Thu, 03 Nov 2011 15:39:17 +0000 Joyce Gramza 8842 at http://wrvo.org