Christian Santosuosso's Articles

Central New York, Government, Politics, Syracuse

McMahon Looking to Become County Executive

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By CJ Santosuosso  SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC NEWS) – Two major announcements came out of Onondaga County politics today. First, County Executive Joanie Mahoney announced she would be stepping down to take a position at SUNY-ESF within the next month. Two hours later, Ryan McMahon, the County Legislature Chairman, said he’d hope to take her place. “After […]

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Central New York, Community, Consumer, Food

The Chicken Bandit: A Couple’s Love for Food and People


By CJ Santosuosso SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — The seemingly endless winter weather didn’t stop several food trucks from gathering to kick off the food truck season in Syracuse. Every Wednesday, beginning today and ending in mid-October, various food trucks will gather together bringing food to the local community. What these kitchens on wheels lack in size, […]

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Community, Religion

Two Different Celebrations: Ash Wednesday and Valentine’s Day Fall on The Same Day

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CJ Santosuosso  SYRACUSE, NY (NCC NEWS) – February 14th has always had significance: it’s Valentine’s Day. The day meant to celebrate St. Valentine features candy, flowers and sweets is a staple for lovers everywhere. This year, another Christian holiday is crashing the party. For the first time since 1945, Ash Wednesday has fallen on Valentine’s Day. […]

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Central New York, Community, Religion

SU Catholic Chaplain Bringing Change To The Catholic Community

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By: CJ Santosuosso SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) – Father Gerry Waterman knew the answer was going to be no. He arrived on campus last April prepared to say he would not be accepting the vacant Chaplain position at Syracuse. Then he met with and went to mass with Chancellor Kent Syverud, and everything changed. “The Chancellor, who […]

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