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Jubilee Homes Holds Community-Wide Open House

By Katrina Weston   Jubilee Homes of Syracuse held an open house, in order to reintroduce its programs and services to the community,...

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Former Syracuse Schools Superintendent Takes Over as Superintendent in Rochester

By Staff   The man best known for bringing “Say Yes to Education” to Syracuse will be taking a position as superintendent...

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Councilors Approve of Miner’s Wage Increase, But Some Disagree with Mayor’s Method

By Staff   Syracuse Common Councilor Khalid Bey introduced a resolution Oct. 26 in support of Mayor Stephanie Miner’s decision...

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Cuomo Announces Executive Order to Protect Rights of Transgender Community

By Staff   Gov. Andrew Cuomo has announced he will issue an executive order prohibiting harassment and discrimination on the basis of...

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Mayor Miner Increases Minimum Wage to $15 Per Hour for City Employees

By Staff   Mayor Stephanie Miner raised the minimum wage for city employees to $15 per hour Oct. 21. More than 60 city employees will...

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Local Bar Owner Says Outside Violence Sheds Bad Light on Business

By Katrina Weston   A local bar owner is speaking out at what he says is unfair police and media reporting regarding a young woman who...

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Miner and DiNapoli Call for Increased Spending to Repair Local Bridges

By Staff   Mayor Stephanie Miner and New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli called for increased spending to repair...

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Million Man March: Some Disappointed, Some Enlightened

By Hazel Trice Edney   (TriceEdneyWire.com) – Minister Louis Farrakhan’s “Justice or Else” gathering on the Washington Mall...

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Green Party Candidate Howie Hawkins Calls for Debate in City Auditor Race

By Staff   Howie Hawkins, the Green Party candidate for Syracuse city auditor, has recently called for a debate against incumbent...

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City Police to Receive $400,000 for New Surveillance Cameras

By Staff   Syracuse’s Common Council voted 8-1 to allow city police to install up to  25 additional surveillance cameras in...