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Agriculture , Central New York , Community , Consumer , Environment

Carpenter’s Brook Fish Hatchery is Hosting a Special Program

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By Ashley Burroughs SYRACUSE, N.Y. – It’s all about fishing and family fun at the Carpenter’s Brook Fish Hatchery. Today, Carpenter’s Brook Fish Hatchery had its annual fishing program for grandparents and grandchildren to bond over one of Central New York’s past times. This program allows grandparents to spend quality time with their grandchildren and […]

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Central New York , Community , food , International , Religion

Saint George Macedonian Church Hosting an Ethnic Festival

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Ashley Burroughs SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Saint George Macedonian Church in Syracuse will be hosting its 15th Annual Macedonian Ethnic Festival this weekend. This festival will highlight the Macedonian’s history, faith, and cuisines. During this event, there will be young children performing the traditional dance called the kikta. “The new generation learning the Macedonia focal and […]

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Arts , Business , Central New York , Community , Consumer , Education , Environment , Syracuse , Technology

Le Moyne College is Hosting a Stem Program

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By Ashley Burroughs SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Le Moyne College is hosting its second annual STEM program for young women who are eager to learn more about science, technology, and math. This week long program empowers women by giving them the opportunity to gain new skills in a career field that is dominated by men. Emma […]

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Arts , Central New York , Community , Religion , Things to do

Ukrainian Catholic Church Gears Up for 76th Annual Ukrainian Festival!

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Sara Bonadies SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) – Bring on the pierogis! Saint John the Baptist Ukrainian Catholic Church is gearing up for their 76th annual Ukrainian festival going on this weekend. The festival is a celebration of Ukrainian culture and will feature traditional Ukrainian food, drinks, music, dancing, crafts and more! According to Festival Chair, […]

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Central New York , Community , Education , Feature , food , Things to do

Cicero Library Takes the Cake with Teen Program

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By Sara Bonadies CICERO, N.Y. (NCC News) – The Northern Onondaga Public Library in Cicero is serving up some pretty sweet events for teens this summer. Yesterday evening, teens had the opportunity to whip-up a variety of mug cakes. The personal treats, made with simple ingredients in the microwave, are part of the rising trend toward quick, […]

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Central New York , Community

NCC News at 4:45 – Syracuse Rose Society Celebrates Rose Day With a Special Addition to it’s Garden

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By Annalisa Pardo, Syracuse, N.Y. (NCC NEWS) – Today is Rose Day and the Syracuse Rose Society (SRS)  is celebrating the day by adding a new rose to its garden in Thornden Park. But there’s something special about this year’s new addition to the garden. NCC News reporter Ashley Moore will tell us why this year’s […]

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Central New York , Community , Health

Governor Cuomo’s Bike Trail Could Reconnect Syracuse with the Cycling Community

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By Zachary Lang SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC NEWS) Erie Boulevard may soon be a part of the Empire State Trail, according to a map released by the Syracuse Metropolitan Traffic Council. The official layout of the trail through Syracuse has yet to be determined, but it has the potential to reconnect the city with the cycling community. Lots […]

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Central New York , Community , Environment , Transportation

NY DOT Asks Syracuse Community For Input On I-81’s Replacement Options

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By Brittany Stephanis SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — Tuesday night marked the first of six neighborhood meetings scheduled to discuss the remaining options for reconstructing I-81. Gene Cilento, the Public Information Officer for the DOT’s Syracuse office, said the number of alternatives was reduced from 16 to two “through a lot of community input and engineering […]

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