Clinton Square has been hosting the Farmer’s Market since 1975 but if anything has changed in 2016 it is the amount of people. Downtown lacks a grocery store, which made having the Farmer’s market more attractive, so people who work or live in downtown can access fresh food, Chuck McFadden, Director of Operations at Downtown […]
A press conference was held today at the Second Olivet Baptist Church to discuss Jazz Fest 2016 and the future of the event. Jazz Fest Director, Frank Malfitano who wanted the event to stay put spoke graciously about the venue staying at Onondaga Community College (OCC). Malfitano wanted to keep Jazz Fest at OCC for several reasons […]
Drone technology is more popular than ever. U.S. sales are expected to double last year’s with almost 2.5 million aircraft sold. That notion excites tech enthusiasts, but has the government coming to grips with a horizon that may soon be full of unmanned air crafts. The Federal Aviation Association said on Friday that it believes it won’t […]
By Logan Ratick SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — The Syracuse Common Council met for a study session at City Hall this afternoon. Among the topics on the agenda was the proposed “Vehicle Immobilization Law,” which aims to regulate a business owner’s ability to put a tire boot on a car. In February, Councilor-at-Large Steven Thompson attempted […]
Short video explaining how the student loan debt in New York has doubled since 2005.