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Former Convicted Murderer Apologizes to Family, Holds Vigil for Victim

By Katrina Weston   Rashawn Sullivan, formerly a convicted murderer, has recently held a vigil in honor of Jason Crawford, the man he...

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Entertainment Organization Holds AIDS Awareness Event

By Katrina Weston   Studlyfe Entertainment brought the community together for an all-out extravaganza based on AIDS awareness, at the...

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Anniversary of the Montgomery Bus Boycott: Remembering Rosa Parks

By Staff   Dec. 1 marked the 60th Anniversary of Rosa Parks becoming a major figure in the Civil Rights Movement. Parks was arrested...

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Tamir Rice’s Family Releases Reports Which Find Shooting to Have Been “Unreasonable”

By Staff   Attorneys for the family of Tamir Rice, a 12-year-old boy who was fatally shot by a Cleveland police officer last year,...

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Syracuse’s Common Council, Divided, Appoints Joe Nicolletti to Fill Vacant Seat

By Staff   Syracuse’s Common Council has reportedly voted 5-3 to appoint former Common Councilor Joe Nicoletti to fill a vacant...

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Timothy Kirkland, a.k.a. DJ Big Boy, Combines Entertainment and Community Activism

By Katrina Weston   Timothy Kirkland, a.k.a. DJ Big Boy, is not just a DJ who brings entertainment to the local clubs and bars of...

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Jubilation in Freetown as Sierra Leone Declared Ebola-Free

(Trice Edney Wire) – It came in with a bat, wreaked havoc throughout the West African nation of Sierra Leone, but finally, two years...

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City Holds Third Annual Neighborhood Action Conference

By Katrina Weston   The city held its third annual Syracuse Neighborhood Action Conference Saturday, Nov. 7, at Nottingham High...

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Uber: Report Says Company Would Bring 700 Jobs to Syracuse

By Staff   Uber has released a report projecting its ridesharing model would create more than 700 new jobs in Syracuse, should the...

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University of Missouri President Resigns After Protests Against Campus Racism

(TriceEdneyWire.com) — Tim Wolfe, president of the University of Missouri, announced in a Monday news conference that he was resigning...