Richard Nixon was the nation’s president when Ron Russell III began his journey in the village of East Syracuse’s Department of Public Works.
It’s difficult to see where Rob Schoeneck finds any sort of free time in his schedule.
Young helps Black Knights pull away in late going
For the first 16 minutes of Friday night’s Section III Class AA boys’ basketball quarterfinal final, West Genesee, fresh off a road win over Rome Free Academy in the first round, was able to force defending champion Henninger out of its comfort zone. The no. 10 seed Wildcats, though, ran out of fuel in the end, as the No. 2 Black Knights advanced with a 72-51 win thanks to stellar paint play from senior forward Marquies Young in the fourth quarter.
The American Red Cross of Central New York has been quite busy in the last few months in the wake of many recent fires in the Syracuse area.
Guard says a few low-scoring outputs aren't affecting his motivation
A Skewed View
Columnist Neil Benjamin Jr. offers his take on the Occupy movement.
The Syracuse Chiefs have a new 11-year lease to keep playing ball at Alliance Bank Stadium.
It used to be the most sickening time of year, when stores turned from normal into red, heart-engulfed advertisements.
The Onondaga County Legislature voted unanimously to approve the Syracuse Chiefs’ new 11-year lease to remain in Alliance Bank Stadium.
Rich Roy will leave behind quite a legacy at a program ranked No. 4 by ESPN Rise.
The organization, which turns 30 this year, is halfway completed on its brand-new, handicapped-friendly building.
If you want to see one of the truest definitions of selflessness, take a trip to the Marcellus Grange on a Thursday afternoon and just do some people watching.
On Tuesday evening in the Huntington School Cafeteria, the brains, brawn and ‘boarders behind the project informed the public just what’s up with the plans to build a skate plaza in Huntington Park, just a block from the school.
The Village of Jordan may soon be embracing the computer age.
Syracuse fans weigh in on Super Bowl.
Columnist reveals the real reason to root for the Giants this Sunday.
The Marcellus School District held its own community budget forum, where the school board outlined the early stages of the budget-producing process before turning the floor over to residents, parents and students.
Not even the crackling cold could stop the fundraising festivities Saturday evening at Four Seasons Golf and Ski Center in Fayetteville.
If all goes according to plan, the DeWitt Community Library will be getting a late birthday present in the form of a new location.
In the midst of the stunning accusations about former assistant coach Bernie Fine's sexual involvement with underage boys is a university engulfed with pride for a team that right now can seem to do no wrong.
Maureen A. Wafer was selected out of a pool of 13 applicants for code enforcement officer, replacing Jim Conlon, who moved to the planning board.
Matt Murphy was was a one-of-a-kind kid, according to those that knew him best.
The town of Elbridge has a new dog control officer in Carl Collier, owner of Finger Lakes Dog Protection Agency in Auburn.
Eric Hammerle is still learning the ins and outs of his job, but already has a lot on his plate.
One of Camillus’ two new councilors is Mike LaFlair, whose specific spot is the second ward.
Yes, America is fat. We hear about it all the time, yet we’re not getting any slimmer, which if done the right way can extend your life and its quality. Easier said than done, yes, but I’d like to share my story with you.
Mike Plochocki, Onondaga County’s newest legislator, has been on the job for less than two weeks. After guiding the town of Marcellus as mayor for four years (2006-10), Plochocki decided it was time to follow his dream of moving up the political chain.
The Armory Square eatery has given its store a big facelift in time for Friday's reopening.
The Jamesville-DeWitt Board of Education began the arduous task of setting the framework for the district’s 2012-13 school budget on Wednesday night at the high school.
We’ve been lucky so far this winter in terms of snow accumulation, which is good for local budgets . A few towns said a while back they intend to not plow county roads as a cost-cutting measure.
Fayetteville resident Donna Newman wants to share her massive clothing collection with you. In fact, she hopes you’ll find something you like and make a purchase.
Rita Dygert and Doug Blumer were sworn in as councillors at the Jan. 5 organizational meeting.
Mary Saunders was 13 when her dream began.
The front of the building is more than appealing, but you don’t really see the charm until you’re inside.
Matt Godard is crazy about coffee.
Aside from a few dustings, Onondaga County has been virtually snow-free this season, a far cry from last winter when 179 inches fell, about a foot short of the record 192.1 that accumulated in 1992-93.
The DeWitt Police Department has finalized its contract with the town after being without one since 2009, Chair of the Police Committee Ken Andrews said Tuesday.