Top 5 Most Read Stories of the Week
by Ty Marshal - Sunday, January 26th, 2014

01/20 – 01/29

Each week we release the Top 5 Most Read Stories of the Week for the Syracuse New Times digital edition. This week our online readers focused on everything from abortion to arena’s and some skiing in between!  Starting with Number 5 – Click the title or the photo to read the story.

You can still find a fresh Syracuse New Times on stands every Wednesday!




#5) Grecian Formula: Greek Peak’s New Owner’s Make Changes

Greek Peak“Elmira businessmen Marc Stemerman and John Meier watched this happen to their “home hill” and decided to do something about it. These skiers with a vision paid in excess of $7 million and have put $5 million into capital improvements.”




#4) Covert Operation

Covert Operation“We all owe Mayor Stephanie Miner thanks for refusing to sign on without reading the fine print. She gets criticized for being stubborn, but in this case that characteristic paid off for all of us.”




#3) A 1934 Tioga County Cow Pasture UFO

New York Skies“The road they were on was the old highway just past the Owego narrows near Lounsberry. Their car drove up onto a ridge and a rise in the road; it was there that Edith saw a bus in the cow pasture below or something that looked like a bus. She started yelling for her father to look.”








#2) Video: Frost and Stars

Video: Frost and Stars“Thursday January 23rd marked the opening reception for artist Niki Dellios’ “Frost and Stars” – a collection of work on view at BC Restaurant through the end of January. Watch the Video.”







#1) The Most Polarizing Issue in America

Abortion“It seemed to the Syracuse New Times there might be some value in stepping back and simply letting two people involved in the abortion issue tell their stories. The humanity of each side can be lost in the conflict.”




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