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Landmark Theatre Sees Large Audiences and Financial Stability in Future

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By Lisa Nho SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — Groundbreaking construction of Syracuse’s largest theater began nearly 90 years ago. Eight stories tall and with 3,000 seats, the Landmark Theatre was built with the intention of leaving a historical and cultural impact on the local community. Support from the community has stayed strong through all of the ups […]

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Upstate Lacrosse Association Offers Kids Summer Fun


By Cody Love (NCC News) CORTLAND, N.Y. — Central New York’s lacrosse prowess is noted nationwide.  The passion for the sport can start at an early age. The Upstate Lacrosse Association (ULA), provides lacrosse-loving kids in grades three and up an outlet to play the sport during the summer. The ULA has been in existence since the […]

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The Cost of Learning How to Fly

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By Annie Shim SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC NEWS) – Some people in Central New York are attending flight school on a regular basis, not to become an airline pilot, but simply for personal use. These aviation students are flying as a hobby, and they’re not the super rich either. Many private plane owners have smaller aircraft which seat […]

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CNY Ski Resorts Hitting Their Stride

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Harsh Winter weather not the problem By Max Berkowitz SYRACUSE, N.Y.  (NCC News) – It is one of the coldest winters in recent years. There have been multiple days of sub-zero temperature. Central New York is on pace to beat its annual average of 150 inches of snowfall. Syracuse has already received 123 inches of snow and […]

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