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Daryl Gross Moves to New Post at SU; Jim Boeheim to Retire in Three Years

By Staff   Syracuse University’s athletic director, Daryl Gross, will no longer hold the position, and will instead serve as...

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Aretha Franklin to Headline Syracuse Jazz Fest 2015

Legendary Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin will perform Saturday, July 18, at the 33rd edition of the M&T Syracuse Jazz Fest on the...

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Miner names SOCPA Official as Director of Office of Innovation

Mayor Stephanie Miner has named Andrew Maxwell as director of policy and innovation in the city’s newly-created Office of Innovation,...

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Community Leaders, Jury Recommend Design Firm !melk to Create New Downtown Urban Space

A jury appointed by Mayor Stephanie Miner has selected the landscape architecture firm !melk to redesign Syracuse’s former Common Center...

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Flipsyde Rapper becomes Sheriff, brings One-Man Show to Syracuse

The Syracuse Chapter of Jack and Jill America Inc. will present the play “Cops and Robbers,” an exploration of police community...

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Miner Proclaims March as “Red Cross Month”

Mayor Stephanie Miner proclaimed March “Red Cross Month” in Syracuse, March 2, at City Hall, according to a city press release. In...

Tickets for “Breakfast with the Easter Bunny” Now Available

The City of Syracuse Department of Parks, Recreation, and Youth Programs has announced tickets are now available for “Breakfast with the...

CNY Housing Authorities to receive $5 million in Federal Funds, Syracuse gets $3 Million

By Staff U.S. Senators Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand have announced $5.4 million in federal funding for housing authorities...

Numbers of Students receiving School Breakfast have risen, but some Schools drop out; New York City lags behind

By Staff (Albany, NY) – Food Research and Action Center (FRAC) recently released its annual national school breakfast report, which...

Numbers of Students receiving School Breakfast have risen, but some Schools drop out; New York City lags behind

By Staff (Albany, NY) – Food Research and Action Center (FRAC) recently released its annual national school breakfast report, which...