Friday 21 September 2018
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Category: Hot News, State/National News, Top Stories


New Orleans Katrina Pain Index at 10: Who Was Left Behind

By Bill Quigley   ( – When Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast on August 29, 2005, the nation saw tens of...


Three Dead, Four Injured in Drive-By Shooting at Rochester Boys and Girls Club

By Staff   A total of seven people were shot in a drive-by shooting outside the Boys and Girls Club at 500 Genesee St. Wednesday...

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Civil Rights Leader and Former NAACP Chairman Julian Bond Dies at 75

By Staff   Former chairman of the NAACP and lifelong civil rights leader Julian Bond passed away Saturday, Aug. 15, in Fort Walton...

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NYSED Releases State Test Data; Touts Numbers Despite Opt-Out

By Staff   The New York State Education Department released the results of the 2015 Grades 3-8 English Language Arts (ELA) and Math...

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Miner Administration Offers Councilors Framework to Settle Computer Dispute

By Staff   Mayor Stephanie Miner’s administration hand-delivered letters to members of the Syracuse Common Council Aug. 12,...


Jim Boeheim and SU Settle 2011 Defamation Lawsuit

By Staff   The defamation lawsuit filed by Michael Lang and Bobby Davis against Syracuse University and men’s basketball coach...

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SCSD Accepting Community Agency Proposals for State Funds

By Staff   The Syracuse City School District is now accepting community agency proposals for a funding opportunity aimed at increasing...

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Calling All Church Leaders: Come Out of the Closets

Op/Ed By Rev. Dr. Barbara Reynolds   ( – Homosexuals have come out of the closet and many churches have run...

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Syracuse Stage Announces Community Casting Calls

By Staff   Professional theater company Syracuse Stage is seeking community members to appear on stage alongside professional actors...

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SCSD Students Participate in Underwater Robotics Camp

By Staff   Fifteen sixth through eighth graders in the Syracuse City School District have taken part in an underwater robotics camp...