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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...

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Eighteen-Year-Old Freshman Arrested in N. Arizona University Shootings

By Staff   Eighteen-year-old Steven Jones, a freshman at Northern Arizona University, opened fire on four male students Oct. 9,...

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Nation of Islam Celebrates 20th Anniversary of Million Man March

By Minister Louis Farrakhan   (TriceEdneyWire.com) – Editor’s Note: With a backdrop of intense protests against repeated...

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H.W. Smith Elementary School Holds Peace Rally

By Staff   H.W. Smith Principal Teri Haley served as the Master of Ceremony at the school’s first-ever Peace Rally, recently. The...

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State Launches Mentoring Program for At-Risk Youth

By Staff   Gov. Andrew Cuomo has launched the New York Youth Mentoring Program, to provide career and life guidance to children who...

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Key Bank Donates $200,000 to Say Yes to Education

By Staff   Key Bank made a donation of $200,000 to support the Say Yes to Education endowment at the second annual Say Yes to...

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Syracuse Parks Announces New Skating Programs at Meachem Ice Rink

By Staff     The City of Syracuse Department of Parks, Recreation, and Youth Programs has announced three new skating programs...

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New York State Receives Low Grades for Infrastructure

By Staff   In the inaugural 2015 Report Card for New York’s Infrastructure, New York state received an overall grade of C-...

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Syracuse Common Council Votes to Continue Litigation Against City Over Computer Use Policy

By Staff   Syracuse’s Common Council voted 5-4, Sept. 28, to go forward with a lawsuit forcing Mayor Stephanie Miner to restore...

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State: Nearly 200,000 Registered to Vote Using DMV Website

By Staff   Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s  office has announced that more than 195,000 New Yorkers, more than 53,000 of which were...