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Rescue Mission to Serve and Deliver Thousands of Thanksgiving Meals

Syracuse, NY – The Rescue Mission is preparing to serve and deliver over 2,000 meals on Thanksgiving Day to men, women, and children in need. Meals will be served as dine-in (for shelter residents), take-out (for community members), and via contactless delivery by volunteers (to community members across Onondaga County). The Rescue Mission, its staff, More »

Governor Cuomo Calls on Congress to Renew and Expand Critical Support Programs for Unemployed Americans amid COVID-19 Pandemic

As Country Enters Holiday Season and Faces Another COVID Surge, Federal Programs Set to Expire Governor Cuomo: “Congress moved decisively this spring to address the economic impacts of the pandemic and should once again take action before the calendar year ends to bring badly needed support to millions of struggling Americans.” Governor Andrew M. Cuomo More »

18-Year-Old Allegedly Discovered Raping a Woman on the Creekwalk, 71 year-old bystander takes Immediate Action

71 year-old attacked as he tried to stop sexual assault according to Syracuse Police On Saturday, November 21st, 2020, at around 1:04 P.M., Officers responded to the area of the Creekwalk under the Bear St. bridge for an attempted rape call. The investigation revealed the following. A 37-year-old female victim was running on the Creekwalk More »

Food Produced in New York State to be Distributed by Food Bank of Central New York 10 a.m.  – 2 p.m. Friday, November 20, 2020

Friday’s Distribution Launches Second Phase of Nourish NY Program As part of Governor Cuomo’s Nourish New York initiative, Food Bank of Central New York is hosting a drive-thru food distribution of New York agricultural products to help people in need of food assistance due to the coronavirus pandemic. This will be the first major distribution since Governor Cuomo’s announcement More »

Price Rite Marketplace Raises Money for Local Food Banks This Holiday Season

Fifty-Nine Stores Collect Donations at Checkout as Part of the Annual Check Out Hunger Campaign Keasbey, NJ (November 17, 2020) – Price Rite Marketplace has announced its annual Check Out Hunger fundraising campaign, which raises money to benefit local food banks in communities served by Price Rite Marketplace stores across the Northeast. Through Saturday, Dec. More »

Attorney General James Urges Caution to New Yorkers Against Rising Threat of ‘Revenge Porn’ in Time of Coronavirus

 Guidance Will Help New Yorkers Protect Privacy of Intimate Online Conversations New York – New York Attorney General Letitia James today issued an alert to warn New Yorkers about potential invasions of privacy while they are engaged in intimate online or mobile conversations with their partners. As New Yorkers practice social distancing in response to the coronavirus disease More »

Several Juveniles Charged in Rash of Vehicle Thefts & Burglaries throughout Onondaga County

Detectives have charged approximately 25 juveniles in connection with these crimes, some being repeat offenders and some and as young as 12 years old Several Juveniles Charged in Rash of Vehicle Thefts & Burglaries throughout Onondaga County Onondaga County, New York- The Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office reports that over the past 6 months deputies have More »

Mayor Walsh Names Sam Perry as Public Works Inspector to Focus on Illegal Setouts

Syracuse, N.Y. — The City of Syracuse is stepping up its efforts to stop illegal setouts of trash and debris.  Syracuse Mayor Ben Walsh announced the appointment of long-time City employee Samuel Perry as the new Public Works Inspector focused solely on addressing illegal setouts. In his previous role for the last 12 years, Perry More »

Meetings Scheduled in The Common Council Chambers November 16th up to and Including November 20

Please note all meetings originally scheduled to be held in the Common Council Chambers will now be held via WebEx. Please visit to access S.I.D.A., Landmark Preservation and Board of Zoning Appeals meeting links. Monday, November 16th No Meetings Scheduled Tuesday, November 17th 8:00 a.m. S.I.D.A. Board Wednesday, November 18th 12:00 p.m. Study Session More »