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  • Governor Cuomo: “Breonna Taylor’s Death was Murder”


    Governor Cuomo: “Breonna Taylor’s death was murder. People were outraged. Yes, because it’s outrageous. If a person was murdered, then there’s a murderer, right? That’s how it works. And, the underlying police action should never have happened in the first place.” Cuomo: “This is not Breonna Taylor or George Floyd. It has been going on More »


    Governor Cuomo: ‘The President is Not Above the Law’


    Governor Cuomo: “He doesn’t control federal funding. The federal law controls federal funding, and the federal law is very specific: Jurisdiction doesn’t get affordable housing money if it does this, jurisdiction gets community development money if it does this, the jurisdiction gets Title I education funding if it does this. And the President is not More »


    New York State Landmarks Lit Blue in Recognition of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg


    Blue is the Color of Justice and Reportedly Justice Ginsburg’s Favorite Color One World Trade Center, Pershing Square Viaduct, Kosciuszko Bridge, Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge, Mid-Hudson Bridge, Whiteface Lake Placid Olympic Center, SUNY Central Administration Building, State Education Building, Alfred E. Smith Building, Niagara Falls and State Fair Main Gate and Exposition Center Illuminated More »


    The Judicial Friends Association, Inc. Release their Report to The New York State Court’s Commission on Equal Justice


    Judicial Friends Association is a judge’s association comprised of minority judges Report to the New York State Court’s Commission on Equal Justice in the Courts Syracuse City Court Minority Judges were among the many members of the state-wide judiciary involved in preparing this report New York, New York, September 15, 2020- An association of Black More »



    Governor Cuomo Launches COVID-19 School Report Card, Four States Added to Travel Advisory Requiring 14-Day Quarantines


    Launches COVID-19 Report Card; Data Includes: Positive Cases by Date of Students and Staff; Number of Students and Staff On-Site; Percentage of On-Site Positive Cases; Number of Tests Administered by School, Test Type, Lab Used and Lag Time; Date of Last Submission and Update  Delaware, Maryland, Ohio and West Virginia Meet Metrics to Qualify for Travel More »


    Put the U Back in Syrac_se: A Community-Wide Campaign


    Murals, Scavenger Hunt, Public Service Announcements, and Community Support aimed at getting people out to enjoy our local businesses, the campaign begins Today, a Community-wide coalition launched Put the U Back in Syracuse, campaign encouraging consumers to visit businesses throughout Onondaga County that have reopened. The eight-week campaign promotes local businesses, includes a community-wide scavenger More »


    Le Moyne Community Internship Initiative Launched to Aid in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic; Syracuse, Onondaga County to be First Partners


    To better connect with and serve the local community – particularly government agencies, non-profit organizations and small businesses – the Le Moyne Community Internship Initiative (LCII) has been launched. The goal of the LCII is to work with organizations to create and promote projects or internships that address their most immediate needs. At a time when More »



    Gov. Cuomo Announces COVID-19 Infection Rate Below 1 Percent for Tenth Straight Day, Gyms to Re-Open


    Average Infection Rate Has Been 1 Percent or Lower Since June 0.71 Percent of Yesterday’s COVID-19 Tests were Positive— Lowest Daily Positivity Rate Since Beginning of Crisis All Gyms and Fitness Centers Able to Open by September 2; Indoor Fitness Classes May Be Delayed Beyond September 2 Facilities Required to Operate at 33 Percent Capacity More »