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Syracuse, New York is located in Onondaga County. Zip codes in Syracuse, NY include 13217, 13201, and 13235. The median home price in Syracuse is $89,900. More Syracuse information.

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13 min ago | The Post-Standard

2014 Syracuse football training camp schedule includes week at Fort Drum and Fan Fest

The team will also spend a week at Fort Drum on Aug. 12-15. It's the third straight year the football team is heading to the military base, where it incorporates military training exercises around its on-field practice work.

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4 hrs ago | WSTM-TV Syracuse

Demolition clears way for expansion of Syracuse's James Street Econo Lodge

The owner of the Econo Lodge on James Street in Syracuse says he's doing his part to improve the neighborhood.

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4 hrs ago | The Post-Standard

Key to Syracuse football's future likely lies with beating Rutgers for New Jersey recruits

Landing Daiquan Kelly as part of its 2015 recruiting class would help Syracuse two ways.

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6 hrs ago | The Post-Standard

Check out Ny Dot drawings that show where I-81 viaduct, boulevard could go in Syracuse

A new Interstate 81 viaduct and boulevard could fit in the space between Toomey Abbott Towers and Pioneer homes, drawings from the New York State Department of Transportation show.

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9 hrs ago | The Post-Standard

Syracuse defendant's deadline: He wants to be in prison for his birthday, defense lawyer says

Lance Robinson was so anxious to plead guilty to assault, be sentenced and go to state prison that he kept cutting Onondaga County Judge Thomas Miller off in court.

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13 hrs ago | The Post-Standard

'The Bachelorette': Andi Dorfman picks Syracuse native's son -- but who's the next Bachelor?

In this image released by ABC, Josh Murray, right, talks with Andi Dorman during filming for ABC's popular romance reality series, "The Bachelorette," in Agoura Hills, Calif.

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17 hrs ago | The Post-Standard

Syracuse school placed child in 'time-out' room improperly, state Education Department letter says

State officials have determined that Syracuse's LeMoyne Elementary School improperly placed a child in a small "time-out" room in May. (Paul Riede The Syracuse school district improperly placed a child with disabilities into an inadequate "time-out" room at LeMoyne Elementary School, the state Education Department said in a recent letter to ... (more)

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Tue Jul 29, 2014

WSTM-TV Syracuse

Double shooting in Syracuse under investigation

Police say it happened just before 8:30 p.m. on Sheridan Drive. The victims are both 18 years old.

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The Post-Standard

2 men wounded in shooting, Syracuse police say

Two 18-year-old men were standing near a dumpster in the back of a parking lot at 123 Sheridan Drive when two men approached them on foot.

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WSTM-TV Syracuse

Federal judge in Syracuse overturns ban on handguns in public

Lawyers for the District of Columbia have asked a federal judge to stay his ruling that strikes down the city's ban on carrying handguns outside the home.

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The Post-Standard

Judge denies Syracuse pimp's request to withdraw plea in sex trafficking case

Supreme Court Justice John Brunetti denied Eric Oliver's request to withdraw his plea this afternoon and sentenced Oliver to six to 12 years in state prison for leading a prostitution ring that forced girls as young as 15 years old into the sex trade.

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The Post-Standard

Syracuse basketball big man Dajuan Coleman makes progress. Will he play this season?

Dajuan Coleman situated himself at the far basket of the Melo Center. His light gray T-shirt soaked to pencil black, the Syracuse University center lofted shot after shot at the rim, a netted rebounding device collecting his makes and misses.

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The Post-Standard

Syracuse district's former top academic officer signs on as APW's special education director

Former Syracuse Chief Academic Officer Laura Kelley, sitting here between Superintendent Sharon Contreras, left, and current board President Michelle Mignano, will begin work as special education director at Altmar-Parish-Williamstown schools next month.

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The Sand Trap

Syracuse NY Golf Course Suggestions

To any members living in or around Syracuse... I'm traveling up with my brother to visit some family and was looking for any suggestions on golf courses to play in the area.

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Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician

Syracuse Football Recruiting: The Rundown on 2015

Edit. note: Ben is joining the staff as TNIAAM's new football recruiting source.

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The Post-Standard

Ups and downs: Asterino's mob mentality, bum's rush in baseball, an artful week

Man, the news has been depressing lately. We're taking break from the serious stuff to give thumbs up and thumbs down to recent items in the news.

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The Post-Standard

Rock, bluegrass, 80s nostalgia and more: A music festival for everyone this weekend

For hard rock fans and children of the 2000s: K-Rockathon 19 invades Chevy Court at the NYS Fairgrounds with Seether, Halestorm, A Day To Remember and a full day of music.

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Mon Jul 28, 2014

The Post-Standard

Woman punched officer breaking up crowd outside Club Gravity in Syracuse, court papers say

City police charged a woman after they said she fought with police who were breaking up a large crowd outside Club Gravity on Milton Avenue in Syracuse.

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The Post-Standard

Map shows what Syracuse buildings might be leveled if NY rebuilds a straighter I-81 viaduct

ReThink 81 predicts the highlighted buildings on this Syracuse map will be demolished if New York rebuilds a straighter Interstate 81 viaduct along the edge of downtown.

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The Washington Post

Thousands of miles from the border, Syracuse finds itself in immigration debate

The immigration rallies - the protesters and the buses of undocumented immigrants that upended Southern California in early July - had already been on the news for a week, when, 2,000 miles from the nearest U.S.-Mexican border, Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner got an e-mail: "Dear Mayor Miner," began the letter sent July 9 from a federal official.

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