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Miner Releases 2017-18 Budget to City Council for Approval

By Staff –   Mayor Stephanie Miner has released her $700 million 2017-2018 budget proposal to Syracuse’s Common Council for...

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Governing Magazine Features Syracuse in “Equipt to Innovate” Series

By Staff –   Governing Magazine’s online series “Equipt to Innovate,” has recently profiled the work of Syracuse’s...

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GoodCall.com Rates Syracuse One of the Top 25 Cities for Green Careers

By Staff –   GoodCall.com has rated Syracuse as one of the top 25 cities for green careers in the United States. Citing the...

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City Declares March 6 “Ghana Independence Day”

By Staff –   Mayor Stephanie Miner welcomed members of the Syracuse Ghanaian-American community to City Hall recently, to...

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City Management Analyst Announces Bid for Common Council

By Staff   City management analyst Kyle Madden has formally announced his bid for Syracuse Common Councilor-at-large. Madden will seek...

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Mayor Miner: City Filled Over 8,000 Potholes In 2016

By Staff   Mayor Stephanie Miner has announced that the city of Syracuse filled more than 8,000 potholes during 2016. In addition,...

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Price Rite Accepting Applications for New South Ave. Store

By Staff   Price Rite Supermarkets has announced the supermarket is now accepting job applications for its new 35,000-square-foot...

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Former Syracuse Fire Chief Dies in Auto Collision

By Staff   Former Syracuse Fire Chief Robert Nelson, 70, died in a car accident Feb. 17, after his vehicle collided with another on...

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Appellate Court Denies City’s Appeal In Lawsuit Against COR Development Co.

By Staff   (Update, Feb. 14) – The Appellate Division of the State Supreme Court in Rochester has unanimously denied the...

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City Reminds Residents to Update Devices with Area’s New 10-Digit Numbers

By Staff   The city has announced residents’ auto-dialing devices, which include security, medical,and fire alarms, will need...