Hundreds rally in Syracuse against COVID-19 vaccine mandates

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Hundreds gathered Saturday in Clinton Square, downtown Syracuse to rally against COVID-19 vaccine mandates. Founder of CNY Informed and an Intellectual Property Paralegal Nicole Pruett organized the rally. Pruett said the people gathered for a 'Freedom Revival' because freedom needs to be revived in New York State.
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The official start of fall is this week, with cooler weather ahead for CNY

Summer is almost over for CNY, with the official start of fall this week! Fall begins on Wednesday, September 22nd, at 3:20 pm for Central New York. We are going to see a big temperature change this week. From summer-like weather for the start of this week, to fall-like temperatures to end the week. Also, a soggy weather system will arrive right on the first day of fall. Let's get into it!

One of the warmest Septembers on record so far in Syracuse!

September 2021 is more than halfway over and it certainly has been an unseasonably warm month once again in Syracuse and CNY. How warm?. When you average the daily highs and lows through the first 19 days of the month, the average temperature is about 67 and a half degrees which is about 5 degrees above average! That ranks this September as the 4th warmest on record so far in Syracuse going back to 1902!

N.Y. Power Authority conducting helicopter work on transmission lines in CNY

Central New York — Starting Monday, the New York Power Authority (NYPA) will be conducting helicopter work on transmission lines in Onondaga, Madison, and Oneida counties. This phase comprises a 50-mile stretch of transmission line running primarily through the towns of Clay, Cicero, Bridgeport, Chittenango, Canastota, Verona, Durhamville, Rome, Westmoreland, Whitestown, and Marcy.

Bitcoin Falls as Stocks Roil on China’s Property Crisis

Bitcoin fell some 7% from $48,000 to $44,500 at the time of writing while eth dropped more than 8% with most other cryptos in a red Monday of between -10% to -15%, except tether and other USD tokens that have gained 0.15%. The reason is most likely macro. Jitters in...

Busy week ahead for central banks

US equities came under more pressure at the end of last week, with the S&P 500 falling to its lowest in four weeks, down around 2% month to data. The drop will test the buy on dips mentality as the S&P is once again resting just above its pivotal 55-day moving average, a level that has seen strong buying interest in the past.

Ex-SU star Alton Robinson’s ‘big-play-to-snaps ratio is off the charts’ (Syracuse and CNY in the NFL)

Former Syracuse football star Alton Robinson isn’t getting a lot of playing time with the Seattle Seahawks so far this season, but makes his time on the field count. The defensive end sacked Tennessee Titans QB Ryan Tannehill, forcing a fumble recovered by Robinson’s Seahawks teammate Kerry Hyder Jr. at the Titans’ six-yard line. Chris Carson scored a touchdown, putting Seattle up 17-6 in the first half.

Several CNY school districts tell mom and dad to stay home as parent open houses go virtual

Several of Onondaga County’s largest school districts are telling parents to stay home after deciding to conduct in-person parent events virtually. Among the districts are Syracuse City School District, North Syracuse and Central Square, along with Jordan-Elbridge and some open houses in West Genesee and Jamesville-DeWitt. Others are considering making the change.