A Dr. Seuss celebration lures kids of all ages to Hamilton
Children walk down Lebanon Street in tiny lines; boys and girls of all different kinds. The bundled youngsters want a glimpse of an illusive cat, guided across town by a red-and-white striped hat.
World of Music has been serving up grooves to the community for 16 years
Walking into World of Music is like walking into a hip-hop safe haven.
Authority did not question airport concessionaire’s labor practices.
Soon, there may be some new faces to greet you if you stop for a cup of coffee or a sandwich on your way to catch a flight out of Hancock Airport.
SU football players react to Michael Sam announcement
“Coming out” has been coined as America’s term for publicly displaying your sexual preference. There are only two reactions that one can expect when making this announcement: acceptance or rejection. In men’s athletics, this can either be a burden released or a controversy unleashed.
The city’s mayor has her say on the Destiny hotel, but Congel might get a tax break from the county, instead
Mayor Stephanie Miner finds herself once again at the center of a dispute over tax breaks for a Bob Congel-related building project, this time in the form of a proposed 252-room hotel adjacent to the expanded Destiny USA mall. But in this case, there is little the mayor can do to prevent the tax deal from going through.
Samaritan Center is close to picking former St. John the Evangelist church
The Samaritan Center is considering moving its humanitarian work of feeding the poor to the former St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church, on the near North Side.
Labor agreements are in the unions’ plans for the proposed Destiny inn
Destiny USA announced plans for a hotel in the parking lot just south of its expanded shopping center, and County Executive Joanie Mahoney and Mayor Stephanie Miner caucused to consider what, if any, taxpayer support they might offer to the venture.
Warm-weather SU students try to cope with the season.
The coldest winter ever. Well, maybe not ever. For residents of Central New York, the January cold snap is close to the norm, and maybe not all that bad.
What’s the plan for the western shore of Onondaga Lake?
Gov. Andrew Cuomo visited the Village of Solvay and Town of Geddes on Wednesday to present his proposal for $100 million development on the western shore of Onondaga Lake.