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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...

Miner: Body Found In Sewer Identified As Brandon Closure

By Staff   Sewer workers walking in a storm sewer beneath Erie Blvd. in downtown Syracuse found the body of Brandon Closure July 2,...

Miner Attends Clinton Global Initiative Meeting in Denver

By Staff   Mayor Stephanie Miner, along with aides Mick Sicchio and Andrew Maxwell, will attend the 2015 Clinton Global Initiative...

Miner Appoints New Office of Innovation Staff Members

By Staff   Mayor Stephanie Miner has announced staff appointments for Syracuse’s newly-created Office of Innovation, a city press...

Eastwood Neighborhood Association Announces “Curb Appeal” Contest

By Staff   The Eastwood Neighborhood Association (ENA), along with Mayor Stephanie Miner, announced the Third Annual Eastwood...

Miner Reacts to Syracuse’s Improved Fiscal Stress Score

By Staff   According to New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli, Syracuse’s fiscal stress score has improved. DiNapoli recently...

Schneiderman Proposes Legislation to Address “Zombie Properties” Across State

  By Staff   Standing in front of an abandoned Syracuse property, State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman held a press...

Miner Endorses Hillary Clinton

By Staff   Mayor Stephanie Miner has announced her endorsement of Hillary Clinton’s candidacy for president, according to a press...

Miner Releases 2015-16 Budget to City Council for Approval

By Staff   Mayor Stephanie Miner has released her $674 million 2015-2016 budget proposal to Syracuse’s Common Council for review,...

Miner names McNally 2015 Woman of the Year

By Staff   Mayor Stephanie A. Miner has announced Linda McNally will be the 2015 Syracuse Woman of the Year, according to a city press...