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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: TNTâ€™s Marv Albert, NBCâ€™s Bob Costas and Len Berman, Fox Sportsâ€™ Dick Stockton, and ESPNâ€™s Mike Tirico (Monday Night Football), Sean McDonough and Jayson Stark.
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:
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Behind the a Buffalo Billion,a a bid-rigging scheme emerges
In his years in public education, Alain E. Kaloyeros was one of New York's biggest success stories, parlaying his expertise in nanotechnology to become one of the state's most powerful and highest-paid employees. As the former president of New York Polytechnic Institute, Kaloyeros became the unlikely architect of many of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo's economic development efforts in the state, including the governor's marquee project, the so-called Buffalo Billion.Operation: Boots on the Ground raises $1,904.15 for Massena DAV Chapter 171
A combined Massena Central School District and community effort raised more than $1,900 for the Disabled American Veterans Chapter 171 Transport Unit in Massena, which drives veterans to Syracuse and Rochester for medical treatment. "Operation: Boots on the Ground" raised $1,904.15, which was donated to DAV representatives Fred Cockayne, Ed Gebeault and Ken Seguin.Cuomo challengers, critics blast pay-to-play culture at...
Republican gubernatorial candidate Marc Molinaro, center, is joined by Republican Lt. governor candidate Julie Killian, right, and New York State Reform Party Chairman Curtis Sliwa,left, outside the Manhattan Federal Courthouse on Monday, June 18, 2018.Corruption trial begins in Buffalo Billion case
A former president of the State University of New York's Polytechnic Institute was alternately portrayed as a hero or a scoundrel at the opening of a corruption trial Monday over upstate construction projects worth hundreds of millions of dollars. Assistant U.S. Attorney David Zhou told a Manhattan jury that Alain Kaloyeros made sure the "fix was in" so his preferred developers got lucrative deals in a development plan known as Buffalo Billion.Get to Know Your Orange Man: #69, OT Patrick Davis
Davis played mostly on special teams but did see snaps on the offensive line against Central Connecticut State and Central Michigan. behind Cody Conway.Ex-Cuomo ally and Syracuse mayor Stephanie Miner enters
Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner, center, speaks during a press conference where Susan Lerner, executive director of Common Cause New York, left, and Zephyr Teachout, right, pitched an ethics reform blueprint plan on Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017, at the Capitol in Albany, N.Y. less Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner, center, speaks during a press conference where Susan Lerner, executive director of Common Cause New York, left, and Zephyr Teachout, right, pitched an ethics reform blueprint ... more Stephanie Miner, the former Syracuse mayor and one-time ally of Gov. Andrew Cuomo, announced that she's mounting an independent bid for governor. "The price of politics as usual and the cost of corruption is weighing us all down.Juneteenth celebration set for June 23 at Ramada in Watertown
The fifth annual Watertown Juneteenth celebration will be held from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday at Ramada Watertown, 6300 Arsenal St. The family-friendly arts and education event, in Ramada's Renaissance Room, will feature a variety of talent from the Fort Drum/ Watertown and surrounding communities. Admission is free, but donations are welcome.Another corruption trial set to begin
Dr. Alain E. Kaloyeros , senior vice president and chief executive officer, College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering, resigned after been charged in September 2016 with federal wire fraud related to the alleged rigging of bids in favor of two upstate development firms. Kaloyeros was also charged on the state level with bid-rigging related to the development of a SUNY Poly dormitory.My Ride: Simple project turns into a full resto for charity
The panels are then auctioned off for charity. Last year $72,000 was raised for the Ronald McDonald House of Central New York and has raised over $300,000 over the last 5 years.HFM - SBOCES deputy superintendent awarded
Lorraine Hohenforst, deputy superindendent of the Hamilton-Fulton-Montgomery Board of Cooperative Educational Services has received a statewide service and leadership award from the Staff/Curriculum Development Network of New York State, according to a news release. Recognizing her career-long leadership in the field of education, the organization has named Hohenforst the recipient of the 2018 Jane Bullowa Service and Leadership Award.NY Times, New Yorker share media award for Weinstein stories
A journalism prize panel has once again paired the work of The New York Times and The New Yorker magazine on sexual harassment and abuse. Syracuse University's annual Mirror Awards, which honours reporting on the media, agreed Thursday that the two organizations would share this year's award for best in-depth and enterprise reporting.Music teacher accused of giving girl foot rubs for his pleasure
Michael Waite, 42, of Mattydale, N.Y., faces 10 years in prison if convicted of sexual abuse of a child. A private music teacher in New York state is on trial this week, accused of giving foot rubs to a girl for more than seven years, in which he allegedly rubbed the girl's feet against himself for sexual gratification.GOP foe files complaint over Cuomo's use of school resources
Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro, Republican candidate for governor, acknowledges delegate's applause at the New York state Republican Convention, in New York, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Delegates endorsed Molinaro Wednesday at the GOP's state convention in Manhattan.Revisiting Szasz: Myth, Metaphor, and Misconception
No figure in the history of American psychiatry has proven to be more contentious-and perhaps more misunderstood-than the late Thomas Szasz. Best known for his 1961 classic The Myth of Mental Illness: Foundations of a Theory of Personal Conduct, Szasz was a prolific writer of 35 books and countless articles, publishing right up until his death at the age of 92 in 2012.Recruiting: 3-star DT Joe Rondi commits to Syracuse
News had been pretty slow on the recruiting front for the Syracuse Orange - that is, until SU received some good news on Wednesday evening. Three-star defensive tackle Joe Rondi pledged his commitment to the Orange via Twitter, later telling 247Sports that he loved everything about SU .Supergroup Sophistafunk Added To Night Lights Music Festival
A unique and special one of kind late night set inked as - FEARLESS - PINK FLOYD TRIBUTE - will feature Chuck Garvey , Mike Gantzer Evan McPhaden , Eli Winderman and Matt Kellen .Central NY prepares for cicada invasion
Students from Japan and a researcher from New Zealand are among the scientists and hobbyists flocking to central New York for rare sightings of a big bug. The others are the Pacific Ocean island of Fiji, where cicadas emerge every eight years; and northern India, where they emerge every four years.
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