Syracuse Articles

Central New York, Community, Education, Syracuse, Weather

This New Home Has a Familiar Feel

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Video Transcript: Lucey-Pkg-3 Chris Lucey SYRACUSE, NY (NCC News) – When Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico this past October it turned the lives of thousands of Puerto Ricans upside down, including that of Nelson Rolando-Rodriguez. The eight-year-old had just started the third grade when the storm hit, wiping out his school and taking him out […]

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Central New York, Community, Competition, Environment, Government, Syracuse, Weather

Syracuse Finds New Snow Removal Solutions Through a Local Contest

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  Click the play button above to learn how Mayor Ben Walsh originally struggled to use the data. Audio Transcript: Civic Hackathon Transcript By Cameron Tirado SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) —  Oswego, New York native Michael G. Phillips is no stranger to the snow, but he was unfamiliar with the type of data he used to […]

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Central New York, Education, food, Health, Syracuse

National Nutrition Month Encourages Healthy Living

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By Tania Joseph SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News)— March is National Nutrition Month and this year’s theme is “Go Further With Food. ” When most people think of nutrition, food is a main topic. This year’s campaign promotes healthy eating habits and highlights how food decisions make an impact on your overall health. National Nutrition Month […]

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Business, Camps, Central New York, Community, Consumer, Government, Jobs, Syracuse, Things to do, tourism

Prices for Activities Around Syracuse are Nearing an Increase

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By Sean Robson SYRACUSE N.Y. (NCC News) —Syracuse’s Common Council is looking to implement legislation that would increase prices for activities and hobbies around the city. Syracuse hasn’t seen a fluctuation in prices of these sorts in nearly 10-15 years, which supports the city government’s reasoning. Ice skaters, golfers and hobby enthusiasts will need to […]

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Business, Central New York, Community, food, Public Safety, safety, Syracuse

Student’s Concern Over Good Uncle Parking

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By Madi Van Den Eynde SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC NEWS)- Good Uncle made it’s debut to Syracuse University’s campus about a year ago. The company is a restaurant brand that delivers all different kinds of food from all over the nation. While student’s love to order their food, there has been much concern over where their delivery […]

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Central New York, Sports, Syracuse, Things to do, Weather

Syracuse Speed Skaters Produce Talented Athletes

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By Katie Benoit SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) – The Winter Olympics are underway, and one sport has some talented athletes right here in Syracuse. Two skaters got their start Syracuse Speed Skating before making the Olympic trials. Cherise Wilkins is now a coach after her successful career as a long-and short- track skater. Wilkins competed […]

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Central New York, Community, Education, Pets, Syracuse

Therapy Dog Helps Children Improve Reading Skills

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Click the play button above to learn how Cooper helps children with their reading. Audio transcript: Rizzo_Therapy dog script By Sara Rizzo SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News)— A therapy dog at a local library helps children improve their reading and social skills by reading to him. The five-year-old golden retriever named Cooper goes to the Hazard Branch […]

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Arts, Central New York, Community, Syracuse, tourism

New Exhibit at Point of Contact Gallery is for Thinkers

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Click play to learn more about what the Soft White exhibition is about. Audio Transcript: Lee_POC Soft White By Jonathan Lee SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — The Soft White exhibition currently on display at the Point of Contact gallery in Syracuse urges the audiences to completely interpret the artwork on their own. Created by artist Andrew Havenhand, […]

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Community, food, Syracuse, Things to do, Weather, Winterfest

Syracuse University’s not-so-Winter Carnival

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By Rachel Hoffman SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News)–Every year since 1930, Syracuse University hosts its annual Winter Carnival to help motivate students through upcoming midterm exams by getting them out of the brutal Syracuse winters for free food, giveaways and activities. This year, however, the “winter” title fell short to the spring-like weather Syracuse has been […]

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