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Central New York, Community, Non-profit, Sports, Syracuse

Devendorf Starts Up “Kicks For Kids”

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By Jonathan Singh SYRACUSE N.Y. (NCC News) – A grateful give back is what one former Syracuse University men’s basketball star is doing. Eric Devendorf is giving back to the Syracuse community. Devendorf has teamed up with the Salvation Army and the Boeheim Foundation to start Kicks for Kids. This  effort will encourage donations of gently used […]

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(c) 2017 Tommy Farrell Macky MacPherson remembers his grandfather
Education, Health, Sports, Syracuse

Central New York Pop Warner Reacts to Concussion Study

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By Matt St. Jean SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — The Journal of the American Medical Association’s alarming study regarding Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy  (CTE) shows if you play football through the professional level, there is an extremely high chance of a person developing the brain disease. Where does the dream of becoming a professional football start? In local […]

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Sports, Things to do, tourism

Loud engines, classic cars and good weather: a look at 2017 Syracuse Nationals

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By Rafael Freitas SYRACUSE (NCC NEWS) – Once again, car fans went crazy as the 18th Syracuse Nationals Car shows took place this weekend. Over 8,000 cars, 90,000 people and 400 vendors transformed the New York State Fairgrounds in a “giant car-garage”. Unique automobiles from all over the U.S. and Canada, with their loud and powerfully engine […]

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Central New York, Community, Sports

Syracuse Football “Lift for Life” Inspired by Former Captain

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By Zach Staton SYRACUSE (NCC News) – In 2010, former Syracuse University football team captain Rob Long was diagnosed with anaplastic astrocytoma, a rare form of brain cancer. Though he later beat the disease, it made a lasting impact on the football program, inspiring the players to fight for causes they were passionate about. Next Wednesday, […]

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Agriculture, Central New York, Community, Consumer, Environment, Pets, Sports, Things to do, tourism, Uncategorized

Goats with a Purpose

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By Bridget Chavez BALDWINSVILLE, N.Y. (NCC News) – Purpose Farm connects children who have been neglected or abused with animals from similar circumstances. The farm is run by Sandra Seabrook and has been up and running since 2009. “The kids go from no emotions to blossoming and caring for their siblings,” Seabrook said. The farm helps […]

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Business, Central New York, Community, History, Jobs, Sports, Spring 2017

Manny’s Changes Game Plan After Basketball Seasons End

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By Madelyn Urabe SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News)- Businesses like Manny’s rely on the university’s basketball team performances for their marketing sales. With both the men’s and women’s seasons over, Manny’s is starting their search to find new ways to boost sales. Manny’s, which has been located on Marshall Street since 1949, is the oldest store on the block. The store primarily sells […]

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Agriculture, Business, Central New York, Community, Consumer, Environment, food, Seniors, Sports, Spring 2017, Things to do

Trout Swim Back Into Syracuse as Fishing Season Returns

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By Elijah Shama SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC NEWS)–  Trout season in Central New York opens this Saturday, the 1st ofApril. New York state estimates that season won’t be lacking in fish and an upwards of 20,000 rainbow trout expected to be found in Skaneateles Lake. Dr. Neil Ringler a Professor at SUNY ESF says that its impossible know for […]

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