- Symetra Tour returns to Drumlins this weekend | 4 hours, 33 minutes ago
- Pepper Tournament returns to West Genesee | 4 hours, 52 minutes ago
- Roland, Cavanaugh to play hoops at George Washington | 3 days, 3 hours ago
- On the campaign trail: Katko named Republican ‘Young Gun’ | 1 week, 6 days ago
- Football teams face new challenges for 2014 season | 1 week, 6 days ago
- Tornado in Smithfield kills four, Gov. Cuomo visits the scene | 2 weeks, 5 days ago
- On the Campaign Trail: Katko calls out Maffei; Kessner backpedals on primary | 2 weeks, 6 days ago
Tornado in Smithfield kills four, Gov. Cuomo visits the scene 2 weeks, 5 days ago
West Genesee girls wins seventh state lacrosse title 1 month, 2 weeks ago
- Beauty is skin deep, but cancer kills
- 'Contact the Editor' Link
- Fire departments risk burning bridges with online photos
- Tweet me: The power of social media
- Syracuse media, community can learn from Lonsberry
- Syracuse needs app for parking
- Symetra Tour returns to Drumlins this weekend
- Pepper Tournament returns to West Genesee
- Roland, Cavanaugh to play hoops at George Washington
- Football teams face new challenges for 2014 season
- Hart leads Syracuse Sports Hall of Fame inductee list
Lifestyle and Entertainment
- LEON Festival to offer free fun, information to keep summer safe for kids
- Hope to hold Remembrance 8k Run/3k Walk this Sunday
- Help me help the MDA
- AIDS Walk/Run raises more than $181,000
- Paige’s Butterfly Run set for June 7
Letters to the Editor
- LETTER: Thanks for buying Girl Scout cookies
- LETTER: Maggie Mahoney for County Legislature
- LETTER: Operation Sandy Relief thanks donors
- LETTERS: Mary Jo Paul to run for Marcellus Town Board in 2013
- LETTERS: Thank you, Marcellus Recreation, for chances to travel
- B’ville resident announces plans to run for sheriff
- Town of Skaneateles to install security cameras in Austin Park
- Group calls for harsher penalties for those who hurt animals
- Elbridge man arrested for vehicular manslaughter from April accident
- Saving 81: Local officials, business leaders launch campaign to keep elevated highway
- WCNY-FM offers special radio service for blind and visually impaired
- Is ‘Ash for Trash’ the way to go?
- OCM-BOCES to hold referendum on building purchase
- Caregivers in crisis: New York ranks 48th in support for family caregivers
- HOPE for Bereaved to celebrate 35 candles
Congressional candidate John Katko has earned the status of “Young Gun” from the National Republican Congressional Committee after reaching the third and final tier of the group’s recruitment program. Founded in the 2007-08 election cycle by Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA), Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) and Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI), the Young Guns program provides financial support to candidates in races across the country.
The National Weather Service confirmed Wednesday morning that the storm that killed four people in Smithfield Tuesday night was a tornado. The round of severe storms that hit Madison County Tuesday evening caused widespread damage in the towns of Smithfield, Sullivan and Lenox. Hardest hit was Goff Road and Northrup Road in Smithfield, where the tornado came through, completely destroying four residential structures, damaging three residential structures and completely destroying one barn, Madison County Sheriff Allen Riley said during a press conference Wednesday morning.
At a press conference on July 2, Republican Congressional candidate John Katko criticized Democratic opponent Dan Maffei, the incumbent representative for the 24th Congressional District, for his grandiose infrastructure plan as well as his vote against a House measure that encourages oil drilling within the U.S.
Golf, basketball, football, journalism all part of Class of 2014
With accomplishments that span the entire second half of the 20th century and the first years of the 21st century, the six newest inductees to the Greater Syracuse Sports Hall of Fame provide a wide variety of compelling stories.
Every year, more than 1,000 cats and dogs are euthanized purely because the shelters have no place to put them. According to the Animal Alliance of Greater Syracuse (AAGS), an animal welfare agency that serves all of Central New York, the Syracuse area has a higher rate of euthanasia than any other area in Upstate New York. In the meantime, hundreds of homeless pets die on the streets.
An afternoon and evening of fun and fireworks, featuring a performance by the national singing sensation Kidz Bop, will highlight the LEON Festival to take place from 5 to 10 p.m. Wednesday, June 25 at Onondaga Lake Park. Admission to the event is free. The event celebrates the halfway mark to the winter holidays and the start of summer.
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund seeks to locate photos of all those killed during the conflict in Vietnam. So far, organizers have collected nearly 34,000 photos of 58,286 casualties. The photos are being displayed on a virtual “Wall of Faces,” which can be found at vvmf.org/Wall-of-Faces.
Senior-heavy Wildcats pull away, beat West Islip
What it came down to, for the West Genesee girls lacrosse team, was the simple idea that 17 seniors, bitterly disappointed a season ago, did not want to go through that disappointment again. And the Wildcats didn't have to, riding its hunger and determination all the way to the seventh state Class A championship in program history, attained Saturday afternoon at SUNY-Cortland with a convincing 15-10 victory over West Islip.
When Donald and Susan Reason joined other walkers in Hope for Bereaved’s annual event last year, only five months had passed since their youngest child, Benjamin, 22, had died. About 50 friends and family members gathered to walk in his memory.
I need your help to make bail. No, not that kind of bail. I’ve never been arrested. But I am going to “jail.” I’ve been recruited to help the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) with their annual Lock-Up fundraiser. Such events occur nationwide all year long. Business owners and community leaders (and, apparently, weekly newspaper reporters) agree to be “put behind bars for good.” We’re asked to raise money from friends, family, co-workers and, in your case, readers to help make “bail,” which will then benefit the MDA’s research, medical clinics and summer camp experiences.
Bearcats score early, often in 11-3 romp over Adirondack
This time around, the Solvay softball team was not going to wait to decide matters. Having seen its season nearly end against Altmar-Parish-Williamstown in the previous round, the Bearcats jumped all over Adirondack in Monday night's Section III Class B final at the Gillette Road complex in Cicero, eventually prevailing 11-3 to bring home a second consecutive sectional championship.
The 22nd Annual AIDS Walk/Run held June 1 at Beaver Lake Nature Center raised $181,860. Since it began in 1992, the AIDS Walk/Run has been the mainstay funding for ACR Health’s now extensive Adolescent Health Initiatives. The event has raised more than $2.3 million and positioned ACR Health as a state leader in youth education.
WG girls lacrosse to face Pittsford at SUNY-Cortland
With the redemption of 2013 accounted for, the West Genesee girls lacrosse team, as Section III champions, could now go after something else – namely, a seventh state championship in program history.
Boleslav, Fox, Smith will travel to NYC next weekend
Having already fulfilled one dream by winning its first-ever Section III Class A championship, the West Genesee boys tennis team now wanted to see its full complement of top players make it to the state tournament.