By Kristen Powers SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — Since July, the 82-block radius of downtown Syracuse has welcomed 13 new retail businesses, The most recent one opened up on Tuesday, Nov. 17. Alice Maggiore, Communications Coordinator of the Downtown Committee of Syracuse, said these new additions to downtown are helping with the Downtown Committee’s overall goal. “Our […]
This weekend the United States mourned for the lives lost to terror attacks abroad. Carla Sertin, a master’s student at S.U., calls one of the attacked countries her home. Sertin has lived in Beirut, Lebanon for the past 16 years; She moved to Syracuse over the summer. Last Thursday, two ISIS suicide bombers killed over […]
By Mike Carter Cicero, N.Y. (NCC News) – Brit Devine’s day job is an extension of a life-long passion for sports. Devine is a daily fantasy sports player. Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) are a subset of traditional fantasy sports. Players build teams made up of college or professional athletes for a particular sport and earn points […]
By Elissa Candiotti SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) —“There’s a family that we met when we went to West Virginia on a service immersion trip last year,” Le Moyne College sophomore Sarah Touey said. “We went inside the house and said, ‘Can we just grab some water?’ and the mother said, ‘We’re sorry. We don’t have any running water […]
By Terace Garnier, OSWEGO, N.Y. (NCC News) – Fishermen in Oswego have mixed feelings about new restrictions Brookfield Renewable Energy has incorporated on the river.