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Angler's dilemma: There's a nationwide summer shortage of Canadian night crawlers
Mersadiz Hayes, of Syracuse, shows off a 16-inch perch she caught last year while fishing on Skaneateles Lake.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Syracuse-area foundations putting nearly $1M toward job training for local residents
A group of Syracuse-area foundations and New York state are pooling nearly $1 million to pay for training to help employ local people in health care and other skills jobs, according to CenterStateCEO.
Cicero residents, town board question validity of town assessor's contract
The Cicero Town Board approved a two-year agreement to share an assessor with the town of Salina in 2012, but the issue of when the contract ends is now in question.
Today's obits: Patricia A. Hammond Jaquay was a majorette...
Patricia Anne Hammond Jaquay, of Minoa, died Monday, July 21, 2014. A native of Syracuse, she lived most of her life in the Cicero area but had also lived in Auburn, where she was the first secretary of Trinity Methodist Church.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
NBC's 'Today' show will air report on Renz murder case, bill to reform probation system
NBC's "Today" show will air an investigative report Wednesday morning that examines flaws in the federal probation system exposed in the David Renz murder case in Central New York.
Mosquitoes infected with EEE virus found in Oswego; county plans aerial spraying
The Oswego County Health Department reported that the potentially deadly Eastern equine encephalitis virus has been found in mosquitoes taken from West Monroe's Toad Harbor Big Bay Swamp area and the village of Central Square.
More evidence of EEE virus discovered; county to spray Cicero Swamp tonight
More evidence of the potentially deadly Eastern Equine Encephalitis virus has been found in mosquitoes in a trap on East Taft Road near Totman Road in Cicero, according to the Onondaga County Health Department.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Manlius doctor who sexually abused nanny gives up his medical license
A Manlius doctor convicted last month of sexually abusing an 18-year-old nanny he found on the Internet has turned in his medical license.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
MED may need new transformer at East Hatfield substation
Massena Electric Department officials are sending a transformer from their East Hatfield substation for repairs and are crossing their fingers that they will not have to purchase a new one.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Goodbye, troubled old nursing home in Syracuse; hello, gas grills in the suburbs
Most elderly residents of the troubled Rosewood Heights nursing home in Syracuse that is about to close will soon move to new, radically different digs in the suburbs.
What political candidate is Destiny USA funding?
One of the candidates in what is expected to be one of the hottest races this year in Central New York is getting money from some of the big names from Destiny USA.
New acquisition will make Cicero-based Wynit a nearly $1 billion company
A new acquisition for a local distributor of consumer electronics and other products will bring the company's total annual revenue close to $1 billion.
Town of Cicero seeks candidates for ethics board after resident sparks investigation on supervisor
The town of Cicero's Board of Ethics is charged with the responsibility of investigating issues of conflict of interest or harassment regarding town employees and town officials.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Rescuers describe effort to help, console North Syracuse crash victims
Lesley White was at her cousin's baby shower on the second floor of the North Syracuse Community Center when she heard the sound of metal crashing outside Sunday afternoon.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Cicero man charged following investigation into child sexual abuse in New Haven
A Cicero man is facing charges following the investigation of the sexual abuse of a child in the Town of New Haven, Oswego County.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Impending thunderstorms delay several outdoor concerts tonight
In what seems to be becoming a Tuesday tradition this summer, severe thunderstorms are expected throughout Central New York this evening.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Beach Fees Waived Today In Onondaga County
Onondaga County Executive Joanie Mahoney today announced that admission fees would be waived at Onondaga County Parks Beaches today to help county residents beat the heat.
Price Chopper expands delivery service for medications
The company is rolling out the service to 15 more stores, including its location in Cicero.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Al Stirpe & Rob DeMarco on the future of Interstate 81 in Syracuse
The future of Interstate 81 will shape business decisions, real estate deals and traffic patterns in the region for years.
Fri Jun 27, 2014