Isabel Sanchez Chirinos's Articles

Business, Central New York, Consumer, food, Health, Things to do

Yum-Yums Brings Flavor Without Gluten To The Syracuse Community

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By Isabel Sanchez SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) – For many a gluten-free diet is not a matter of fashion, for those diagnosed with autoimmune diseases the choice is not really, it becomes a serious health problem. According to WebMD, Celiac is an autoimmune disease that makes the patients allergic to gluten. “Gluten is a protein found […]

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Central New York, Community, Religion

Syracuse’s Cathedral Starts First Major Restoration Project since 1958

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 By Isabel Sanchez SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — The Cathedral of Immaculate Conception is in danger of closing its doors if an $11 million renovation project is not carried out. The building has been a local landmark for 112 years and it serves as the home of valuable and historic items including five stained glass windows designed in […]

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Business, Central New York, Community, Consumer, Jobs

Buying Local Can Make a Big Difference in Syracuse

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By Isabel Sanchez SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — When residents buy local instead of retail chains more money stays in Syracuse and it helps to keep Syracuse identity. Syracuse First founder, Chris Fowler says buying local goes beyond a simple transaction. “Local businesses are not just businesses, they are part of the community,” Fowler said. ” When […]

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Business, Central New York, Technology

Innovation is Making its Way Back to Central New York

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By Isabel Sanchez SYRACUSE,N.Y. (NCC News) — After two decades away from its innovative manufacturing history, Syracuse is slowly getting back its place as a hub for innovative technology. Recent governmental funding in addition to private initiatives has brought through the past decade new companies to the Central New York region. An example of that is […]

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Central New York, Public Safety

Chief Fowler: “Syracuse BLM Protest was peaceful because we stayed out of the way”

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By Isabel Sanchez Syracuse, N.Y. (NCC News) — After several Black Lives Matter protests ended in violence across the country, some people expected a similar situation would occur in Syracuse. However, that wasn’t the case. After of two peaceful BLM demonstrations in one day, Syracuse Police Department Frank Fowler said that part of the reason why the rallies […]

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Arts, Central New York, Community, Things to do

The Latino-Americano Fest is back in Syracuse

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By Isabel Sanchez Syracuse, N.Y. (NCC News) — Music, food, and cultural activities will fill the Ward Bakery Park during the Latino-Americano this Saturday in Syracuse. The festival, that wasn’t celebrated for a few years, is now back for the third time in much smaller scale. According to one of the organizers Hugo Acosta, the idea is to […]

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Central New York, Crime

Crime on North Salina Street: A big concern for the residents

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    By Isabel Sanchez Syracuse, N.Y. (NCC News) — When the night falls, residents of North Salina Street don’t feel safe. In the past month,  a stabbing and fatal shooting that occurred in the area raised the neighbors’ concerns.They said at night, especially on weekends, it’s common to hear gunshots. According to Syracuse Police Chief, Frank […]

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Central New York, Feature, Public Safety

A Tiny Home For Good is building 3 new houses for homeless veterans in Syracuse

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By Isabel Sanchez Syracuse, N.Y. (NCC News) —  A Tiny Home For Good, a non-profit organization that wants to end homelessness in Syracuse by building small houses for homeless veterans is already working on its next three houses that will be located at the corner of East Glen Avenue and South Salina Street. There are over […]

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Politics

Democratic National Convention gets off to a rocky start

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  By Isabel Sanchez Syracuse, N.Y. (NCC News) —  The Democratic National Convention starts amid protests and polemic. Angry Bernie Sander’s fans filled the hot Philadelphia’s streets while chanting against Clinton. After The controversy over leaked emails, the Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz announced she will be resigning by the end of the event. Wikileaks […]

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