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Thursday 24 September 2020
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Category: City, Hot News, Local News, Top Stories

Annual Winter Fair Just Weeks Away, New Changes Expected

By Tyronda James tyrondajames@cnyvision.com Winter Fair, now in its second year, is just four weeks away and will feature food, rides,...

City of Syracuse Looking to Beef up the Amount of Snow Plow Available

Syracuse Mayor Ben Walsh announced the City is working with the Common Council, state and federal partners to build up its snow plows this...

Syracuse residents join nationwide protest against war with Iran

By Tyronda James About 100 people gathered in downtown Syracuse, Saturday to protest a potential war with Iran. The event was part of a...

Mayor Walsh Preparing for 2020 State of the City Address

Syracuse Mayor Ben Walsh will recap progress in 2019 and report on plans to address challenges and opportunities still ahead in his 2020...

Land Banks Across NYS Including Syracuse to share $26 Million in New Funding

The Syracuse land bank is among 25 land banks across New York State slated to receive a combined $25.9 million in new funding. This new...

Update: City Seeking Public Input Regarding Police Body Cams

(Update, May 30) – The city will host two public information sessions in an effort to garner the community’s input regarding...

Syracuse Police Department Pays Tribute to Fallen Officers

By Staff –   The Syracuse Police Department recently held a ceremony to remember 11 officers who passed away in the line of...

Democratic Common Council President Breaks From Party For Greater Diversity

For the second consecutive year, the top elected Democrat in Syracuse has broken with her party over the Democratic designee. Common...

Mayor Walsh’s New Budget Gets Unanimous Approval

Mayor Ben Walsh’s first city budget has been unanimously approved by Syracuse Common Councilors this week. The approved budget plan...

City: Two Public Meetings Remain in Search for New Police Chief

By Staff –   Syracuse officials have announced two public meetings still remain for community members to offer input regarding...