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This letter is a follow-up to Post Standard reporter Marnie Eisenstadt's Feb. 9 article "Sisters Bet on a Breathtaking View to Help Veterans Find Peace" , but it's from the perspective of a veteran who had the opportunity to visit Clear Path for Veterans in nearby Chittenango.
The sculpture that stands in front of the St. Clair County Circuit Court on Mcmorran Boulevard in Port Huron stands as a metaphor to the divine wind.
It looks like any other tree. But come spring, it's blossom reveals a patchwork of colours.
New York artist, Sam Van Aken, from Syracuse University, is grafting a tree to produce 40 different trees.
NY colleges love late-night food Maybe it's the cold winter weather, but upstate New York colleges seem to love ordering late-night food.
State Supreme Court Judge Donald Greenwood granted Cameron Hill Construction LLC a preliminary injunction Tuesday prohibiting the university from terminating its development agreement with the company to build a $20 million, 85,000-square-foot building to house the bookstore, a university fitness center and retail space.
Syracuse University's first wave of freshmen arrived on campus today, coming from all over the U.S. and the world.
Music Mountain, America's oldest continuing summer chamber music festival, draws to a close with a special musical guest -- Tater Patch marks the end of the Twilight Series on Saturday, September 13 and Cassatt String Quartet, with guest artist Ursula Oppens, piano, concludes the chamber music series on Sunday, September 14 performing Beethoven, ... (more)
Robert Antonacci, Republican candidate for New York state comptroller, is coming to Russell Diethrick Park today at 7 p.m. on a campaign trip across New York ballparks.
During the New York State Fair from Thursday, Aug. 21 to Monday, Sept. 1, Centro will offer express shuttles to the NYS Fairgrounds in Geddes.
How do we know that Syracuse University is one of the big shots on the new NCAA landscape? Well, it's building a football practice facility on campus at the cost of tens of millions of dollars.
August 18th, 2014 - Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today signed legislation to dramatically expand and strengthen services for veterans, active servicemembers and their families.
Chris Baker and Katrina Tulloch of syracuse.com do the Ice Bucket Challenge for the ALS Association.
Imagine dozens of different kinds of fruit all hanging from a single tree. It's the dream of a Syracuse artist who is building such a tree, branch by branch.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 06:19 am
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