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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
Man guilty of killing Syracuse University student from China

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Syracuse gets $1.5M from NYS to pave more roads, including Euclid Ave. project

New York State Assemblywoman Pamela Hunter helped secure $1.5 million for the city to pave more roads. That brings the total budget to $4 million, which is still less than years past.

Where is Syracuse's Tyus Battle in ESPN's first 2018 NBA mock draft?

The Syracuse University sophomore guard is listed as a first-round prospect in the first 2018 NBA mock draft by ESPN's Jonathan Givony. "A solid-sized wing with a frame that will fill out nicely in time, Battle has some untapped potential athletically.

Syracuse football recruiting: 3-star WR Edward Hendrix commits to SU

The 6-foot-4, 185-pound Hendrix is rated three stars and the No. 83 wideout in the Class of 2018 by 247Sports.com's composite rankings.

Syracuse lawyer accused of calling in courthouse bomb threat faces jail time

James M. Hanley Federal Building in downtown Syracuse, where lawyer Jacqueline B. Jones is accused of calling in a bomb threat to avoid a court appearance in a civil case. James M. Hanley Federal Building in downtown Syracuse, where lawyer Jacqueline B. Jones is accused of calling in a bomb threat to avoid a court appearance in a civil case.( SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- The Syracuse lawyer accused of calling in a bomb threat to the federal courthouse daycare center is facing jail time and a steep fine.

Police identify pedestrian, driver involved in serious Syracuse crash

Police have released the names of the pedestrian and driver involved in a serious crash Monday night on Syracuse's North Side. Matthew Deyo was pushing a shopping cart around 8:40 p.m. on Grant Boulevard at Woodlawn Terrace when he was hit by a car, said Sgt.

New Ron Perlman movie 'Asher' filming scenes in Syracuse; see the cast

CNY Central reports film crews set up scenes for filming "Asher," starring Perlman as an aging hitman who seeks redemption, in Syracuse on Monday night and early Tuesday morning. Principal photography is taking place in New York City, but the production includes scenes at a home on Farmer Street in the Sedgwick Farms neighborhood.

The Flashcubes celebrate 40 years since first Syracuse show

On Sept. 1, 1977, local power pop group The Flashcubes took the stage for the first time, blazing through The Beatles' "Hold Me Tight" for a small audience of puzzled drunks at The Brookside in DeWitt.

Would Syracuse's next mayor permit Nazis to protest in city?

The city's three Democratic mayoral candidates diverged on how they would handle a protest among white nationalist groups if one was organized in Syracuse. Marty Masterpole, Joe Nicoletti and Juanita Perez-Williams responded to a question about the the violence in Charlottesville this past weekend during tonight's primary debate hosted by Spectrum News.

Jury: Shooter guilty in Chinese SU student's murder; fate of driver still undecided

Xiaopeng "Pippen" Yuan, a Syracuse University student from China, was killed Sept. 30, 2016 in DeWitt.

Syracusee man indicted for shooting man times, killing him, on Father's Day

Friends and family members of homicide victim Khalil Howard, gather on Richmond Ave. in Syracuse on Monday, June 19, 2017. Howard, 21, was shot on late Sunday night, Father's Day.

What are your best Syracuse-themed bowling team names?

On Monday night, the Syracuse Orange football team went bowling and even invited press. While we couldn't make it over there, Syracuse.com did and Stephen Bailey took some excellent photos/video.

In Syracuse mayor's race, no one wants to be the bad guy

At a mayoral forum last week, Republican Laura Lavine answered a question by mentioning she is a vegetarian. The Democrat seated next to her -- Juanita Perez Williams -- laughed aloud.

'Deadpool 2' stuntwoman killed; is Captain America 'propaganda?'; more: PM Buzz

Vancouver Police say a stuntwoman has been killed on the set of "Deadpool 2" after a motorcycle accident. The unidentified performer was reportedly riding a motorcycle for the upcoming Ryan Reynolds superhero film when she lost control of the vehicle and crashed through a window of a building across the street.

Pedestrian in critical condition after being struck by car in Syracuse

Police were called to Grant Boulevard and Woodlawn Terrace at 8:40 p.m. for a report of a person apparently pushing a shopping cart in the road who had been hit by a car, Sackett said in the release. Officers said it appeared the pedestrian was walking west on Grant Boulevard on the south side of the road, while the vehicle traveled eastbound on the south side of the street.

Syracuse police arrest 20-year-old in child sex abuse case

Johnny Goad, 20, of 416 E. Division St., Apt. 1, was charged Saturday night with first-degree criminal sex act, a felony, and second-degree sexual abuse and endangering the welfare of a child, both misdemeanors.

Syracuse football goes bowling ... in August

We'll spare you the corny bowling jokes and say this: Sometimes, it's good to break up the monotony of fall camp and cut loose. And there is no better time to do that than on your off day, which is now required once a week throughout the preseason per new NCAA rules that went into effect last January.

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