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Syracuse police investigating shooting on West Side

Syracuse, N.Y. — Syracuse police are investigating a shooting Sunday evening after a man was shot in the foot on the city’s West Side, officials said. Officers initially responded to 544 Gifford St. at 5:32 p.m. for a report of shots fired. When they arrived, officers found a casing and evidence someone had fired a gun, Syracuse police spokesman Sgt. Matthew Malinowski said.
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Seneca Falls PD Arrests Weedsport Man

A Weedsport man was arrested by Seneca Falls Police Saturday night. Robert A Fratus Junior’s arrest stems from a 2020 theft investigation where Fratus received a deposit for tree removal service, however, never started the work. Police applied for an arrest warrant, and one was issued by the Town of Seneca Falls Court.

Take a look at these homes on the market in Syracuse

Whether you’re looking for a new home on acreage or a fixer-upper close to amenities, you can probably find a listing here to suit you: This well-maintained 3Bedroom 2.5 Bath Split-Colonial located in great neighborhood, close to school,shopping,medical Ctr, & easy access to Airport, Rt#481 & Rt #81 &

Sweet puppy is ready for his forever family: Petsavers

FAYETTEVILLE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — Our adoptable furry friends at animal shelters throughout Central New York still need your help. NewsChannel 9’s featured pet of the week is Mikey from the No Kill Project in Fayetteville. Mikey is a not even 5-months-old yet. He’s a mixed breed puppy, most likely German...

What's on the menu? : Drunken Noodles with Spatchcock Funk

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — In this week's, "What's on the Menu?", segment on Weekend Today in Central York, viewers learn how to make Drunken Noodles. Watch the clip above for step-by-step instruction. For more recipes visit Spatchcock Funk's YouTube page. Matt Read will appear on NBC 3 Sunday mornings at 7am...

Last call at The Blue Tusk: ‘An anchor of connection and friendship for so many, for so long’

Syracuse, N.Y. — It was a day for many of the old regulars to stop in to The Blue Tusk, the landmark Armory Square bar that closed for good Saturday night. Amid the throng of old-timers, Dean Elton stood out. He drove in from his home in Madison County after reading about the closing of the 26-year-old bar that helped make Armory Square a drinking and dining destination for the past quarter of a century.

CNY Regional Market: What's fresh this week?

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Amanda Vitale from the Central New York Regional Market walks us through what’s fresh this week. This week, it's apples. How to make sure you are picking the right apples for cooking, or just taking a bite out of one. Plus asking where they were grown. The...

New men’s fashion shop to open at Turning Stone

VERONA — After announcing a series of renovations and new amenities as part of its Best Never Rest campaign, the Turning Stone Resort Casino, 5218 Patrick Road, announced Thursday the creation of a new retail store, Mr. Shop at Turning Stone, with partner Joel Shapiro. A cornerstone of downtown Syracuse...
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Sterling Nature Center hosting fall events on eagles, more

As fall and migration season begin, the Sterling Nature Center will host several educational events:. • 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 25: Lake Shore Geology with geologist Fred Haynes, who will talk about the geology of Lake Ontario and other features of the center's shoreline. After a discussion at the pavilion, participants will go to the lakeshore to examine the rocks and other highlights.

Turning Stone Welcomes Iconic Locally Owned Clothing Shop Adding 2nd Location

When you mention clothing stores, very few have this kind of luster. Luckily now a drive out to downtown Syracuse won't be necessary. If you're going to get suited up, Mr. Shop is definitely a known retailer that will make sure you're looking nice and spiffy. After decades in business, the popular clothing store is excited to add its second location at Turning Stone. For them, this is a location that just makes perfect sense.

Simplify Your Life: Create a command center to keep life organized

Whether you’re single, live with roommates or live with your family, a command center is a terrific way to organize your life. Here are some strategies to set you on the right path. 1. Select a high traffic area. Ideally, your command center should be in a high-traffic area where...