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Thursday 22 February 2018
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Category: City, Featured News, Local News

Syracuse Common Council Proposes Biannual Inspections On Rentals

The Syracuse Common Council is proposing tougher inspection rules for rental properties. According to Syracuse.com, Syracuse Common...

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Kevin Hart’s “Irresponsible Tour” to Stop in Syracuse

By Staff – Comedian Kevin Hart’s “Irresponsible Tour” will stop in Syracuse on Sunday, March 11. Hart’s...

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Rental Car Counters, Barber Shop Moved at Syracuse Airport

By Staff –   The rental car counters at Syracuse International Airport have been relocated to Terminal B on the first floor as...

Tax Credits Awarded to Syracuse Apartment Renovation Projects

An apartment project in downtown Syracuse is going to receive significant tax breaks from the city. The Syracuse Industrial Development...

Syracuse’s 72% Drop In New Refugees Could Mean Problems For Local Economy

The number of refugees seeking solace in Syracuse, NY dropped significantly during the first year of Donald Trump’s presidency....

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SCSD Food Committee Asks Students to Help Improve School Lunches

By Staff –   The Syracuse City School District Department of Food and Nutrition Services, in partnership with ACTS Youth...

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County Files Lawsuit Against Prescription Drug Companies

By Staff –   Onondaga County has retained counsel and filed a lawsuit against prescription drug companies for creating...

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Government Renews Funding For Syracuse Homeless Program

After the Syracuse Housing Authority was forced to return $5.1 million in grants to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development,...

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With Love Restaurant Reopens in Syracuse With Exciting New Menu

Studies show that 69% of millennials are motivated to travel out of a desire to eat local foods, but the lucky residents of Syracuse need...

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Mayor Walsh to Present “State of the City” at Fowler, Seek Student and Community Input

By Staff –   Syracuse Mayor Ben Walsh will conduct his first “State of the City” address at the Public Service Leadership...