Category: Local News

CITY OF SYRACUSE DECLARES ORANGE OUT WEEK

All Area Residents Encouraged to Wear Orange on Friday, Show SU Pride Throughout the Week of September 29 – October 3 SYRACUSE, N.Y. –...

Celebrating the Haudenosaunee at the Schweinfurth and Cayuga Museum

Story Detail Biboti & Wacheva Dancing & Drumming Ensemble Schweinfurth Art Center will be hosting two special folk arts events...

Two people arrested in connection with break in at Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner’s home

Mayor Stephanie Miner’s house was broken into Tuesday evening, and two suspects have since been arrested, reports said. According to city...

Harvard professor and planning director will give next lecture in I-81 Speakers Series

Peter Park, a former planning director for the cities of Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Denver, Colo., will deliver the next lecture in the I-81...

Rain garden at Henninger High School to be Named in Honor of President Barack Obama

On September 19, 2014 at 2pm, the rain garden at Henninger High School in Syracuse, NY will be dedicated in commemoration of President...

CITY RELEASES ADDITIONAL WEEKEND EVENT STREET CLOSINGS

SYRACUSE, N.Y. – The City of Syracuse Department of Parks, Recreation, and Youth Programs today released additional closures for weekend...

Destroy Confidential Documents at September 20 Paper Shredding Event

Residents can protect their identity, recycle shredded materials for free and help the Muscular Dystrophy Association all in one place This...

Hispanic Heritage Month

The City of Rochester’s Hispanic Heritage Month Committee will continue its tradition of celebrating the launch of Hispanic Heritage...

What you can do to stop bullying in schools

According to Stopbullying.gov, “Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behavior among school aged children that involves a real or perceived...

Bryant and Stratton Students reflect on Civil Rights Act of 1964

In recognition of the 50th anniversary of the passing of the Civil Rights Act in 1964, Bryant and Stratton College’s (BSC) Employment Law...