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Vera House leads the local White Ribbon Campaign.
White Ribbon Campaign A wintry first day of spring didn't stop approximately 300 people who participated in the "kick-off walk" for Vera House's 21st Annual White Ribbon Campaign on March 20 in downtown Syracuse.
Mike Cauchon has stepped up as the first gay bachelor.
5 Dates in 5 Days has become a seasonal tradition in Central New York.
A sign that more people will come out to NBT Bank Stadium in 2015?
It was only fitting that the Syracuse Chiefs had legendary pitcher Tommy John as the special guest at their annual Hot Stove Baseball Dinner, because the Chiefs, like John’s left arm, have come back from the dead.
Supreme Court to hear same-sex marriage arguments
The 14th Amendment of the Constitution focuses on citizenship and citizens rights in the U.S. It forbids states from denying any person "life, liberty, or property, without due process of law" or to "deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.”
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As much as he wanted to live out his dream of making it in a large city, Rahim found himself living paycheck to paycheck and seeing his kids only on weekends.
If you believe that people vote with their feet, then Emad Rahim and his family just voted for Syracuse.
Tears of joy and distortion mark New York State’s ban on fracking
Emily Bishop says she cried when she heard the news from Albany that New York was banning hydrofracking. As she watched the live stream of the governor’s cabinet meeting on Dec. 17, she and friends in the movement traded messages back and forth tracking the discussion.