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County Agency To Spend $500,000 on Roth Steel Demolition

Another day, another major clean-up project in Syracuse. Back in 2014, the Roth Steel Corporation closed their scrapyard, located at 800...

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Major Changes Coming to This Year’s Taste of Syracuse

The 2018 Taste of Syracuse menu has been announced and it looks like it will feature plenty of creative and delicious new treats. On...

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Syracuse’s Unemployment Rate Rose Slightly in January

By Staff –   Syracuse’s unemployment rate rose slightly from January 2017 to January 2018, increasing from 5.8 percent to...

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Joanie Mahoney Discusses Lack Of Minority County Employees In State of the County Address

Onondaga County Executive Joanie Mahoney used her platform giving the annual State of the County Address, not to discuss the past year, but...

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Democrats Lead Charge In I-81 Infrastructure With Difficult Path Forward

Sen. Charles Schumer indicates that the Democrat proposed $1 trillion infrastructure bill would help account for a large portion of the...

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SCSD Staff to Take Part in Active Shooter/Emergency Response Training

By Staff –   The Syracuse City School District has announced all schools will have a half day March 14, while SCSD...

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City to Host Public “Rezone Syracuse” Meeting

By Staff –   The city of Syracuse will host a public meeting regarding the release of the “Consolidated Draft of the...

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Corcoran Alumni Group Seeks Hall of Fame Nominations

By Staff –   The Corcoran High School ‘Cougars for Life’ Alumni Organization is currently seeking nominations for...

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Syracuse Company Hopes to Create Online Marketplace For Collectible Trading Cards

Kids used to love swapping baseball cards in the 1940s and 50s. There was a time when a Mickey Mantle rookie card was a child’s most...

Vote On New Syracuse Rental Inspection Law To Continue In 2 Weeks

The Syracuse Common Council vote to legislate a new biennial inspection on rental properties is expected to move forward in two weeks....