Saturday Jul 19
Syracuse Nationals 2014: All hail the Checker Taxicab
Whether Phil Arnold is parked at the Syracuse Nationals or in Times Square, people stop and stare at his butter yellow 1981 Checker Taxicab.
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Wed Jul 16, 2014
Achievers: Ithaca College students earn their degrees
John W. DiMarco , of Kirkville, majored in legal studies at the School of Business; Colin Monroe , of Syracuse, majored in business administration at the School of Business; Jaime Odin , of Manlius, majored in clinical health studies at the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance; Casey Schattner , of Syracuse, majored in accounting at the ... (more)
What to do with branches after 28 trees fall in one East Syracuse block?
East Syracuse village workers are continuing to pick up fallen tree limbs, branches and other debris residents have piled up since the July 8 storm that hit the area.
East Syracuse firefighters responded to 217 calls during thunderstorm, state of emergency
East Syracuse firefighters were on the scene of 217 calls after severe thunderstorms tore through the village , prompting officials to declare a state of emergency.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Far from Tornado Alley, New Yorkers must be prepared for twisters
Tornadoes aren't supposed to happen here in New York state - except they do, an average of 10 times a year.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
DPW crews and neighbors help cleanup East Syracuse
Crews from Fayetteville, DeWitt and Onondaga County are on the street of East Syracuse helping the village cleanup after Tuesday night's storms.
Syracuse Crunch Raising Money For Storm Victims
The team is auctioning off three jerseys to benefit the American Red Cross. Specifically the money raised will help the victims of the devastating storms that hit East Syracuse and Smithfield.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Thousands still without power following Tuesday storm
Nearly 3,000 Central New Yorkers remain in the dark this morning, more than 36 hours after a powerful storm and multiple tornadoes ripped through the area, killing four.
Tuning up for Jazz Fest: Lacking all sight, a Syracuse legend helps...
Kenneth Williams has tuned pianos for some of the biggest names in show business including all the performers at the Syracuse Jazz Fest for over 15 years.
How CNY neighborhoods fared during storm? Depended on the street
How Tuesday's storm affected you depended not only on the community you live in, but sometimes the street as well.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
National Grid Calls In 700 Crews
Hundreds of National Grid crews hit the ground last night and continue to work today responding to down wire calls, assessing damage and restoring service to customers who lost power after a tornado and strong storms with damaging high winds moved across upstate New York yesterday evening.
NY Minute: A vote against Common Core could be a vote for Rob Astorino
Good morning. Storm coverage continues : more than 20,000 still without power and Brandon Roth is reporting East Syracuse will decide whether to lift its State of Emergency at 8 a.m. Republican Rob Astorino is collecting signatures to add another line to the gubernatorial race this fall -- the "Stop Common Core" line.
National Weather Service: No tornado, but winds reach 65-75 MPH in microburst in E. Syracuse
The storm that ripped through Syracuse last night was a microburst and not a tornado, according to a National Weather Service survey team that studied the area this afternoon.
East Syracuse residents come together after the storm: 'This is what a neighborhood does'
Roberta Emerson and her neighbor, Krystal Surresi, right, have helped each other move tree limbs and branches in the aftermath of the storm that hit East Syracuse Tuesday night.
Abundant Life Christian Center opens food pantry for East Syracuse neighbors impacted by storm
Abundant Life Christian Center is opening the doors of its food pantry to help neighbors in East Syracuse who have been impacted by the storm.
East Syracuse the 'epicenter of storm damage' says county emergency management commissioner
This utility pole in East Syracuse was felled by today's storm, which knocked out power to roughly 56,000 National Grid customers across Central New York.
East Syracuse resident on storm: 'It looked completely white outside'
The garage was split in half and two cars were damaged by trees at this home on 121 W. Heman St. in East Syracuse Angela Eppolito was inside her home at 121 W. Heman St. in East Syracuse right around dinnertime when she heard reports that a possible tornado was approaching.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
American Red Cross opens air-conditioned center in East Syracuse for those without power
The American Red Cross of Central New York has opened a reception center in East Syracuse for residents of that area who lost power after Tuesday night's severe storm.
Storm slams East Syracuse, leaves thousands in Central New York without power
Severe storms that rolled through Central New York Tuesday brought down trees and power lines and caused a state of emergency for one village.