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About: syracuse, new york

Syracuse is located in the heart of upstate New York, with well over 145,000 residents. Syracuse University has long been considered one of the best Journalism schools in the country, especially for sports journalism. Some of the top sports broadcasters in the industry have come through this college, including: TNT’s Marv Albert, NBC’s Bob Costas and Len Berman, Fox Sports’ Dick Stockton, and ESPN’s Mike Tirico (Monday Night Football), Sean McDonough and Jayson Stark.

Population: 145170
Local Newspapers: The Post Standard The Herald Journal
Local Sports Teams: Syracuse Orangemen Syracuse Chiefs (Triple A)
Local Colleges: Syracuse University Upstate Medical University Le Moyne College

Zip Codes associated with syracuse, new york: 13201 13202 13203 13204 13205 13206 13207 13208 13209 13210 13211 13212 13214 13215 13224 13290
Towns/Cities near syracuse, new york : Baldwinsville Phoenix Bridgeport Chittenango Minoa Brewerton Oneida Mattydale Marcellus

Syracuse News
Beatles' final concert recreated on Syracuse rooftop in honor of Paul McCartney visit

That's how long Syracuse waited for Paul McCartney to "get back to where he once belonged," after postponing his Carrier Dome concert in 1993. Tens of thousands of longtime fans will fill the Dome this Saturday, along with many working musicians from across New York.

War Memorial update: 5 things to know as the start of the Syracuse Crunch season draws near

The beginning of the Syracuse Crunch season on Oct. 6 is exciting enough for the team's fans all by itself. But that's just one of a few things to get fired up about, according to Bill Fisher, deputy county executive.

Syracuse said Skaneateles Lake pipes were too deep for algae. They weren't

For five days, Syracuse officials reassured the public that the city's water intake pipes in Skaneateles Lake were deep enough and far enough from shore to prevent contamination from toxic algae blooms. Algae from a bloom confirmed on Friday was eventually detected by the state health department this week in both intake pipes, at 25 and 45 feet below the lake's surface.

The Syracuse City Ballet moves from basement to new home

For 20 years, the Syracuse City Ballet has practiced out of a church basement with low ceilings and four poles right in the middle of the dance floor. But now the ballet company's residents are preparing for their first performance in a place they can call their own.

Syracuse lacrosse will co-star in season-long documentary

SU is participating in Inside Lacrosse/STX's "The Season," a year-long multi-platform digital content series that will feature four of the nation's top lacrosse programs. "The Season" will revolve around 10 episodes that will be shot between September and May, following spotlighted programs from fall ball through the NCAA Tournament.

Woman stabbed by cousin: 'You took advantage of my love...you tried to kill me'

A Mattydale man was sentenced to 15 years in prison today for stabbing his cousin, coming a quarter-inch away from likely killing her, a judge said today. Todd Corron II, 27, pleaded guilty in June to assault in the March attack at his 26-year-old cousin's East Syracuse residence.

'Hakuna Matata:' Disney's 'The Lion King' is setting up shop for its run in Syracuse

Disney's "The Lion King" doesn't start at The Landmark Theatre until the end of October, but the dancers and stage crew are already in town, getting set up and rehearsing. Businesses near the Landmark have hung paper signs, welcoming the cast and crew.

Algae toxins in Syracuse water system: What we know so far

For the first time since a toxic algae outbreak was confirmed Friday on Skaneateles Lake, toxins have been found in drinking water drawn from the lake. The initial level of the toxin, called microcystins, is just below the threshold the federal government has set for children.

Syracuse gets $6.8M to pave streets downtown and near Destiny USA

The Syracuse Common Council will vote Monday on two projects that would rebuild two-and-a-half miles of high-traffic city roads. The state and federal governments will cover the $6.8 million cost for the projects, which include streets downtown and near Destiny USA.

Syracuse Fire Department officers to be promoted, honored at ceremony

Several Syracuse firefighters will take home awards in honor of their exemplary duty after a ceremony Wednesday night in their honor, according to the mayor's office. More than 50 will be receiving awards for their service fighting fires, handling hazardous materials and providing medical treatment.

Teachers union snubs Syracuse mayoral candidate seeking control of schools

The Syracuse Teachers Association declined to interview Republican Laura Lavine for a union endorsement, citing two of her positions on schools. Officials said the union doesn't support Lavine's proposals for mayoral control of schools or her call for increased charter school funding.

New Syracuse basketball walk-on accused of sex crime

A Syracuse freshman who recently walked on to the Orange basketball team was arrested last Friday and charged with sexual abuse in the first degree. Dominick Parker, 18, was accused of having sexual contact with an 18-year-old female "while she was incapable of giving consent," according to Syracuse police.

Paul McCartney in Syracuse: What you need to know before heading to the Carrier Dome

The former Beatle was booked to play in Syracuse in 1993, but McCartney postponed the show to prepare for a Fox TV-televised concert. He played in Albany in 2014 and Buffalo in 2015 and at long last, will play his first-ever show in Syracuse on Saturday.

No algae toxins found in Syracuse drinking water; Skaneateles has low levels

No algae toxins were found today in drinking water supplied to the city of Syracuse and the suburbs it serves, officials said. Drinking water samples from the city, the towns of Dewitt and Skaneateles and the villages of Elbridge and Jordan showed no toxins from the algae bloom that has plagued Skaneateles Lake since Friday.

Ed Orgeron wasn't a candidate for Syracuse football job, but his time here was meaningful

It's rare for a football coach to publicly petition for a head-coaching job, but Ed Orgeron's intentions could not have been more clear when he took a call from a Post-Standard columnist two years ago. Syracuse football fired Scott Shafer, and Orgeron, the defensive line coach at LSU itching at the time for a second chance to run a program, was asked if he'd be interested in returning to the school that gave his career a second life of sorts 20 years earlier.

Apartments proposed for two downtown Syracuse buildings

Ryan Benz, Leigh Ann Boatman-Benz, Steve Case and Dr. Shashank Bhatt have proposed building 16 apartments on the upper four floors of 321 and 323 S. Salina St. and 5,500 square feet of restaurant space on the first floor of the five-story buildings. The lobby for Whitney Lofts would be along Bank Alley behind the buildings and would include a separate entrance on South Salina Street.

Syracuse basketball offers scholarship to 2020 prospect Andre Jackson

On Tuesday night, the Syracuse University basketball coaches offered a scholarship to Andre Jackson, a 6-foot-6 sophomore at Albany Academy. Jackson attended Syracuse's Elite Camp in late August, although he only participated in drills because he was still recuperating from a broken wrist.

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