Friday Jul 18
Personal classics: As we celebrate the Syracuse Nationals, tell us the story of your first car (video)
On a weekend when thousands upon thousands will gather to celebrate automobiles of a lost era at the Syracuse Nationals , columnist Sean Kirst is looking for memories of the first car you ever owned: You can email him or leave your tale, as a comment.
Busy Bridge In Cayuga County Suddenly Closed
A busy bridge in Cayuga County has been shut down this afternoon after inspectors discovered what's being described as a critical crital crack in the span.
Are you prepared for an emergency? New York developing Citizen Preparedness Corps
New York is creating a Citizen Preparedness Corps with the goal of helping people to care for themselves, family and their communities until help arrives after an emergency.
NYSEG says some parts of Central New York will be without power until Saturday
Nearly 13,900 NYSEG customers in Central New York are without power Wednesday, and some of the towns hardest hit by the storm may not have electricity restored until Saturday, the company said.
Nearly 30,000 in Central New York remain without power
The storm Tuesday night has cleared, but widespread power outages still persist around Central New York, as National Grid is still assessing the damage that destroyed buildings and killed four people.
6,000 without power in Onondaga County 900 in Cayuga County
The bulk of the people without power were located in Onondaga County where utility-provider National Grid reported about 6,000 customers without power, Virginia Limmiatis, a National Grid spokeswoman, said.