"CNY" Tagged Articles

Central New York, Community, Consumer

Empire State Trail Expected To Bring Changes To Erie Boulevard

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Video Transcript: Empire State Trail Click the play button above to find out why some community members are concerned with the construction of the Empire State Trail. By Brenda Koopsen SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News)— Change is coming to Erie Boulevard, and not everyone is in agreement. With the expansion of the Empire State Trail in Syracuse, some […]

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Central New York, Community

Vet Center Welcomes Director Seeking To Expand Therapy Services

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Audio Transcript: New Vet Center Director  By Liam McMonagle SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News)– The Vet Center in Syracuse welcomes a new director this week, and he says he is looking to expand accessibility to services for local veterans. Frank Salvadore–who takes over the position after the retirement of Jan Humphrey this week–says his focus is providing […]

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Business, Central New York, Sports, Syracuse, Weather

Web Extra: NCC Newsbrief Podcast 3/21/18

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Audio Transcript: NCC Newsbrief 032118_Hansen NCC News’ Nicole Hansen wraps up the day in Central New York news with your NCC News Brief for Wednesday, March 21. Stories include how Syracuse men’s basketball’s NCAA Tournament run has impacted local businesses, an update on the snowstorm sweeping up the East Coast, and a popular craft beer pub’s […]

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Business, Central New York, Community, Competition, Consumer, Manufacturing, Transportation

CNY Gas Prices Could Top $3 This Spring

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Video Transcript: Gas Prices 5 March 18 By Anjani Iman SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) – Gas prices in Central New York could rise above $3 per gallon this Spring, according to AAA. The projected $0.40 rise will be the highest rates seen since Spring 2015. Todd Ingraham, Fleet Operations Manager at AAA Syracuse, says the demand for […]

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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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Business, Central New York, Community, Consumer, Government, Manufacturing, Politics, Syracuse, Things to do, tourism

Redevelopment of Addis Building Expected to be Boost for Downtown Syracuse

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Click the play button above to learn how the redevelopment of the Addis building will affect downtown Syracuse. Audio Transcript:Khelil_Addisredevelopment Anthony Khelil SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News)-Another long-vacated-building in downtown Syracuse is making its way back to life. After 27 years, the Addis building, located on South Salina Street, is being redeveloped as a part of […]

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Business, Central New York

Syracuse Area Entrepreneurial Accelerator Entering Its Seventh Year

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Click the play button above to learn what makes StartFast Venture Accelerator a unique entrepreneurial opportunity for startups. Audio transcript: Rubino_StartFast By Andrew Rubino SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News)– StartFast Venture Accelerator, a 12-week startup accelerator for entrepreneurial companies, has begun receiving applications for the seventh year of its program. Although StartFast is located in Syracuse, the program […]

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Community

Special Needs Event At The Liverpool Public Library Is A Success

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Click the play button above to learn about the Gaming for Adults with Special Needs event’s organizer and attendees.   Audio transcript: Rubino_GamingforAdultswithSpecialNeeds By Andrew Rubino LIVERPOOL, N.Y. (NCC News) — More than 20 special needs adults participated in the Liverpool Public Library’s Gaming for Adults with Special Needs event on Monday afternoon. The library’s Carman […]

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