Friday 21 September 2018
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Category: Featured News, Local News, Top Stories

say yes

Update: Mahoney Announces $20 Million for Syracuse’s Say Yes to Education Program

By Staff   Update: Onondaga County Executive Joanie Mahoney announced, in her State of the County address Tuesday, Syracuse’s...


Update: Common Council to Rethink Proposal to Fine Property Owners for Booting Parked Cars

By Staff   Update: Syracuse Common Council reportedly plans to withdraw a proposed law that would ban the practice of booting vehicles...

BUilding Men

SCSD Students in “Building Men” Program Help the Homeless

By Staff   As part of the Building Men program, Syracuse City School District students from McKinley-Brighton, Clary, and H.W. Smith,...

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Urban Jobs Task Force Demands Inner Harbor Developer Hire Minorities at Protest

By Dennis Duncan   A number of determined protesters stood through the blistering cold Wednesday to fight against what they...

Miner Education

Miner, Alliance for Quality Education: SCSD Faces $11,249 Funding Gap, Per Pupil

By Staff   Mayor Stephanie Miner, and the Alliance for Quality Education (AQE), announced findings from a report detailing the funding...

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City Council Approves Tax Deal for New Price Rite

By Staff   The Syracuse Common Council has voted to approve an agreement that will give a new Price Rite store on South Ave. a 10-year...

Southwest Community Center CEO Sharon Owens Speaks at a Meeting  Regarding Consensus Commission's New  Report

Consensus Commission to Hold Public Meetings

By Staff   Consensus, the commission on local government modernization, will hold four public meetings from Monday, Feb. 8 to...

Syracuse Inner Harbor

City Appeals Judge’s Decision in Inner Harbor Dispute

By Staff   The city of Syracuse has appealed a judge’s decision to throw away part of the city’s lawsuit against inner...

Mayor Stephanie Miner

Mayors Ask State Legislature for More Aid at Budget Meeting

By Staff   New York state mayors told state legislators they needed more state aid to fund their schools, economies, infrastructure,...

Joanie Mahoney
Onondaga County Executive

Mahoney Backs Group’s Report Supporting Syracuse, Onondaga County Merger

By Staff   Onondaga County Executive Joanie Mahoney stood in support of a consensus group, Jan. 26, which recently released a report...