Friday 21 September 2018
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Category: City, Hot News, Local News, Top Stories


Greater Syracuse H.O.P.E Initiative Receives Community Input

By Devin Martin   During the past several months, community groups from Syracuse have formed an anti-poverty initiative called...

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Syracuse Police Chief to Receive “Champion of Children Award”

By Staff   Mayor Stephanie Miner will present Syracuse Police Chief Frank Fowler with the “Champion of Children Award,” in...

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Mayor Miner: HIV Task Force Making Significant Progress in Syracuse

By Staff   Since creating the city’s “End the Epidemic” task force in 2015, Mayor Stephanie Miner said Syracuse has made...

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City Announces Changes to FEMA Floodmaps; Will Hold Public Meeting for Input

By Staff   The City of Syracuse Department of Engineering has sent post cards to local residents who will be affected by changes in...

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City Announces Firefighters’ Class of 2016 Graduation

By Staff   The latest class of firefighters from the Syracuse Fire Department Training Academy graduated on Friday, July 29. The city...

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City Announces Park Street Neighborhood Project; Receives Input from Residents

By Devin Martin   A new infrastructure initiative called the Park Street Neighborhood Greenway project will begin in the spring of...

Solar Companies and Utilities Unite In Compromise In New York

By Staff   An unlikely alliance has formed in New York between some of the nation’s biggest solar energy developers and the...

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Mayor Miner Delivers Speech Against Racism at Skiddy Park

By Staff   Mayor Stephanie Miner delivered a sermon on poverty, racism, and justice, at Skiddy Park recently. Mayor Miner spoke during...

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Syracuse Housing Authority Seeks Extension on Grant

The Syracuse Housing Authority has announced that it will seek an extension of the federal funding it received for homelessness prevention...


Miner: City to Forgive, and Eliminate, Library Fines for Teens

By Staff   Mayor Stephanie Miner has announced the city will now cover the cost of library fines for teens under the age of 18 who...