Thursday 23 November 2017
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Category: Featured News, Local News, Top Stories

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Syracuse Receives $10 Million for Infrastructure

Mayor Stephanie Miner and New York State Assemblyman William B. Magnarelli (D-Syracuse) have announced Syracuse will receive $10 million in...

July 22, 2015, Carl Heastie was presented with an award for being the first African American Speaker from the William H. Johnson Bar Association, the SUNY EOC Association of Directors in conjunction with the CNY Network and the Latino Professional Network. Photo L to R: Henry Hayes Melchor, Tin Penx, Assemblyman Carl Heastie, Lanessa Nes Owens, Joseph Bryant and Lisa. Photo by LaVergne Harden

CNY Vision: Q&A With Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie

CNY Vision President and Publisher Dave McCleary sat down with New York State Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie in Syracuse, July 22, during...


New York Set to Raise Minimum Wage to $15 Per Hour

By Staff   A state wage board appointed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo recommended July 22 that the minimum wage for fast-food chain restaurant...

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CNY Gets New 680 Area Code

By Staff   The New York State Public Service Commission has announced that the North American Numbering Plan Administrator (NANPA) has...


State Education Department Names “Struggling Schools,” 18 in Syracuse

By Staff   The State Education Department has announced 144 New York schools, in 17 school districts, have been identified as...


Jacksons to Perform in Free Concert Series at State Fair

By Staff   The Jacksons have been added to this year’s list of performers at the New York State Fair, according to officials....

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State Issues New Immunization Requirements for 2015-16 School Year

By Staff   According to the Syracuse City School District, the New York State Department of Health has issued new immunization...

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2015 African Unity Parade and Festival Aug. 15

The African Diaspora Parade and Festival, and the National Ghana Parade Council, will sponsor the Unity Parade 2015, Aug. 15. The two...

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Mary Nelson to Challenge Common Councilor Khalid Bey in September Primary

By Staff   Mary Nelson, founder of the Mary Nelson Youth Center at 2849 S. Salina St., reportedly has filed petitions to...


Miner Blocks City Council’s Access to Computers

By Staff   Syracuse Common Councilors said Mayor Stephanie Miner has blocked their access to city computers and email, after they...