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Police Looking to Identify Alleged Theft Suspect in West Monroe

Police are asking for help from the pubic identifying a suspect in a larceny investigation in Oswego County. State Police out of the Hastings barracks were called to the Petro Gas Station located at 2634 State Route 49 in the town of West Monroe, New York for a reported theft. The incident is reported to have taken place on May 1, 2022 at approximately 6:50pm.
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Deandre Duffus Schedules Syracuse Official Visit

Class of 2023 offensive lineman Deandre Duffus has scheduled an official visit to Syracuse the weekend of June 17th. Duffus is listed at 6-4, 330 pounds and stars for Chaminade-Madonna Prep in Florida.  In addition to Syracuse, Duffus holds offers from Coastal Carolina, Colorado, Florida, ...
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University Hosts Syracuse Fire Department Graduation Ceremony

The National Veterans Resource Center at the Daniel and Gayle D’Aniello Building (NVRC) recently hosted a proud moment for the City of Syracuse: the graduation ceremony of 24 probationary firefighters. The firefighters from the Syracuse Fire Department Regional Training Academy were recognized in a ceremony on May 20. The...

Miscues add up for Proctor in Section III Class AA playoff setback

UTICA — The Thomas R. Proctor High School baseball team had its share of opportunities Tuesday. The bad news for the Raiders is that the team didn’t fully take advantage of having the bases loaded in the third and fifth innings in a Section III Class AA quarterfinal game. There were also struggles in the final two innings.

Hot summers becoming more frequent in Syracuse

NOAA last September released data showing the Summer of 2021 in the United States was tied with 1936 for the hottest on record. When debating our changing climate, people will point out that it has been hot during Summers in the past, in particular in the 1930s. After all, Syracuse’s warmest temperature, 102 degrees, was set in July of that year.

Kookie’s Set To Open A Delicious Fourth Location In Utica New York

Kookie's Q and Creamery is getting ready to open a fourth location in Utica. In December of 2019, it was announced that Kookie's Q was expanding out of the Adirondack Bank Center to take over the vacant space at 51 North Genesee St. in North Utica. They recently announced their third location at the Palm Springs Mini Golf Course in Marcy - and are now revealing they have a fourth location to be opening soon.

Ownership, family, Utica – three pillars of Griffin’s Pub

UTICA — Over half a century ago, Anthony Griffin opened a bar on Columbia Street in Utica called Griff’s. His son, Michael, helped out at what he remembers as “mostly a bar,” where he manned two deep fryers to serve “bar food for the football crowd.” That’s where it began.

Far East & Asian Groceries in Syracuse gives every shopper a taste of home

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) – May is Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month and NewsChannel 9 is paying tribute to members of the AAPI community making a difference here in Central New York. This week on “Asian Americans Standing Strong,” NewsChannel 9 is featuring Loni Truong, owner of Far East...

What the Truck? returns for another season

UTICA — The popular local food truck event – What the Truck? – has kicked off its seventh season from 4 to 8 p.m. on Tuesdays at Canal Park, 215 Leland Ave., Utica. • BALKAN STREET FOOD – A new, exciting food truck. • DOUGH BOYS...

Petsavers: Molly is sweet and wants to find her forever family ASAP

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) – Our adoptable furry friends at animal shelters throughout Central New York need your help, especially with the challenges brought on by COVID-19. NewsChannel 9’s featured pet of the week is Molly from the CNY Cat Coalition in Syracuse. Molly is an adult, medium-sized tabby...

Arise at the Farm is changing lives for those with disabilities

CHITTENANGO — Donovan Cox, blind since birth, has been involved in the therapeutic horseback riding program through Arise at the Farm in Chittenango for only a few short months, but already his grandmother has noticed several positive changes in the 21-year-old Syracuse resident. Arise at the Farm, begun in 1998, is one of many programs offered by Arise Inc., an advocacy organization for those with disabilities, based in Syracuse.
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Snapshot: Oneida chamber names Ebeneezer’s Cafe member of the month

Pictured above: Doreen Borders -Chamber Board from NBT Bank, Missy Babcock and Mary Gatley- Employees from Ebeneeezers, Jeff Ariglio –Ebeneezers Chef, Kathy and Evan Duchene -Owners of Ebeneezers, Rachel Siderine – Chamber President from AmeriCU Credit Union, Wendy Matter – Chamber Treasurer from Community Bank, and Jon Rose – Chamber Board from Rosebud Insurance. Ebeneezer’s is located at 624 Sherrill Road in Sherrill. Their contact phone number is 315-363-4537.

GALLERY: "Through the Looking Glass" with Oneida Parks and Recreations - May 20, 2022

The Oneida Parks and Recreations Department held its "Through the Looking Glass" event in collaboration with the Bogardus Performing Arts Center Friday recreating scenes from the beloved story "Alice in Wonderland" such as flamingo croquet. Actors from Bogardus occupied store fronts at Oneida Office Supply, Callee 1945 Cheese Shop, NY Process Express, and Bella Vita Cafe.

Extraordinary Place: Flour & Salt, Hamilton

HAMILTON, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — Two Colgate University grads have built quite a business for themselves in this Madison county college town, Britty and Brendan O’Connor established Flour & Salt in Hamilton back in 2015. By the end of summer, the bagel shop will become a cake shop. Along...