4 hrs ago
New Program Encourages CNY To Go Solar
The Solarize Syracuse campaign says they are working to get people in the city of Syracuse and the towns of Dewitt and Manlius interested in solar energy for residential and commercial locations.
5 hrs ago
Saint Marianne's remains return to Oahu
9 years after her remains were removed from their resting place in Kalaupapa, St. Marianne Cope returned to the islands today.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Fay-Man 5K Race of Champions results 2014: Check out times for any runner
The event, a fundraiser for the F-M All Sports Booster Club, offered three races - the Muddy Hornet Challenge, a 5k Race of Champions and the Mud Puppy Dash Fun Run for kids.
The Heidi Allen case bombshell: Catch up on new allegations in teen's 1994 disappearance
New evidence emerged that threatened to reopen the case of the 1994 disappearance of Heidi Allen, an 18-year-old convenience store clerk.
Syracuse Arts Week 2014: Art expresses one man's love of comics
Coloring books are often a big part of childhood, but few people take their love for coloring inside the lines to the next level.
Syracuse's Spire kills it at Monirae's
Loud, awesome things were in store for Central New York metal fans Saturday night who made the trek out to Monirae's in Pennellville to see Syracuse's metal masters Spire along with Massachusetts' The Summoned , Auburn's Murder in Rue Morgue , and newcomers to the Syracuse metal scene The Unknown .
Syracuse police find large crowd, hear shots fired, then find man shot
Syracuse police patrolling the city streets early Sunday said they found a "very large crowd" gathered in the area of Fabius and Oswego streets, and then heard shots fired.
Syracuse ArtsWeek 2014: Stage of Nations devoted to community well-being
Irv Lyons Jr. noticed that Clinton Square was missing a flag when he held the first Haudenosaunee Friendship Festival there in 2003.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Downtown Syracuse showcases Arts, Crafts, Music and Sidewalk Art
Between the Columbus Circle juried arts and crafts show, and the music and entertainment stages in Clinton and Hanover Square, there is art on the sidewalks of Syracuse.
Syracuse ArtsWeek 2014: Street painting festival ignites colorful competition
Over sixty self-proclaimed chalk artists lined Montgomery Street today for the Syracuse New Times 24th Annual Street Painting Festival.
Syracuse ArtsWeek 2014: Ceremics inspired by real fruit
Swing by the Vegetabowls stall at the Syracuse Arts & Craft Festival to look at some fruit and vegetable inspired tableware.
Oregon man charged with DWI in Syracuse under Leandra's Law
A Beaverton, Oregon man was arrested on July 19 on charges that he was driving drunk with two children in the back seat.
Syracuse Ukrainian community celebrates heritage, with an eye on unrest in their homeland
Members of the Odessa Dance Ensemble perform at the St. John the Baptist Ukrainian Festival in Syracuse.
The Hotel Syracuse changing its name? That rings a Chimes Building
Ed Riley, the new owner of the downtown landmark long known as the Hotel Syracuse, says he intends to change the name of the hotel, according to a report from Rick Moriarty.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Unforgettable Comedy Challenge to name winner on August 6 at Syracuse Funny Bone
Funny Bone Comedy Club and Restaurant hosts the final round of the Unforgettable Comedy Challenge on August 6. have advanced to the final show.
Syracuse protestors urge an end to bloodshed in the Gaza Strip
Pat Carmeli left Israel ten years ago, appalled by her country's treatment of Palestinians.
Syracuse mom avoids homicide charges in baby daughter's beating...
Wanda Trumble , 20, was indicted on felony reckless assault of a child and misdemeanor endangering the welfare of a child for her actions before Nataliah Trumble's death last November.
Syracuse man charged with taping fake bomb to door of area restaurant
A Syracuse man is arrested after police say he taped a fake bomb to the front door of an area restaurant.
Anger and cheers for Syracuse mayor who would welcome migrant children awaiting deportation
Mayor Stephanie Miner encountered waves of virulent anger as well as rousing applause -- and little in between -- as she held forth tonight during two hours of meetings about her support for a Syracuse center to house migrant children awaiting deportation.