Wednesday 17 October 2018
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Category: Hot News, Local News, Top Stories

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Syracuse community members debate I-81 solutions at City Hall meeting

By Catherine Leffert –   Syracuse community members voiced their thoughts on potential solutions to the Interstate 81...


Syracuse Behavioral Healthcare Opens On-Site Pharmacy

By Lisa Dumas –   Syracuse Behavioral Healthcare has recently opened an on-site pharmacy, in collaboration with Genoa...


Syracuse Assessment Commissioner to Review Status of Businesses Receiving Lucrative Tax Break

Syracuse’s assessment commissioner told city councilors this week that he will be diligently reviewing the status of over 40 city...

Syracuse Pizza Chain Owners to Turn Historic Building into Apartments

Joe Crabbe and Rosario Amato, founders of the Original Italian Pizza chain, are building four high-end apartments on the top two floors of...


Groups to Host Tree-Planting Event to Memorialize Local Shooting Victims

By Lisa Dumas –   Rashawn Sullivan, founder of the I Apologize Foundation, has recently announced the organization will plant...


Henninger Students Teach Love of Art to Students at Ed Smith

By Staff –   Henninger advanced art students traveled to Ed Smith elementary school recently, to help kindergarten and...

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Uber Is Posing a Serious Threat to Syracuse Taxi Drivers Who Are Demanding a Level Playing Field

Frank Manzi III, owner of Yellow Taxi Company in Syracuse, said there is one simple reason he is having trouble with his business, and that...


Syracuse University Now Known As ‘Booty Call Capital’

That’s right. Thanks to an online delivery service called “goPuff,” Syracuse University is now known as the “Booty...


Peoples AME Zion Church to Host “Save Our Kids” Event

By Staff –   Peoples AME Zion Church will host an informative community meeting titled  “Save Our Kids,” on June...

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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...