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  • Black Artist Collective Celebrates Juneteenth Saturday, June 19th with “On The Reel Film Fest’ and Pop-Up Market”

    (Syracuse, NY, June 18) —  In celebration of Juneteenth, The Black Artist Collective (BAC)  will host a On The Reel Film Fest’ and Pop-Up Market Saturday, June 19th, from 5:00 pm to 11:00 pm at the Syracuse Inner Harbor. The one-day event will include an outdoor screening of The Wiz, a performance by KJ and More »

    New Low-Income Senior Housing Complex Opening on Syracuse’s Southside

    Syracuse, NY,  – Nascentia Health and their partner, Rochester-based Home Leasing, announce the summer opening of the new Gardens at St. Anthony low-income senior apartments at 411 W. Colvin St, on the Southside of Syracuse. The completely updated and modern facility features 54 apartments, 53 of which are 1-bedroom units, ranging from 583 to 840 More »

    Can a Longtime Syracuse Activist Transition to Elective Office? 19 African American Religious Leaders Endorse Walt Dixie for Councilor-At-Large

    It was an early Spring Day, June 2nd in the parking lot of Price Rite Marketplace where local political activist Walt Dixie placed himself in contention for Councilor-At-Large on the Syracuse Common Council. Unlike district representatives the Councilor-At-Large position is representing the entire city. This election year is of particular interest as there are several More »

    ‘A Stronger and More Equitable Syracuse’: Mayor Walsh Announces American Rescue Plan Strategy

    In the pandemic’s wake, Walsh directs American Rescue Plan Act relief to address crisis conditions impacting housing, violence, youth and families Mayor’s plan also invests in economy, arts, infrastructure, and parks and stabilizes government finances Community stakeholders, Common Councilors, and city workers submitted more than 200 recommendations and requests for funding Syracuse, N.Y. – With More »

    Mayor Walsh, Chief Buckner and the Syracuse Police Department Announce the Creation of the Syracuse Police Athletic / Activities Leagues

    Registration Now Open for Syracuse PAL Summer Clinics for Ages 6-13 in Football, Soccer, Basketball and Dance The Syracuse Police Department has announced the creation of the Syracuse chapter of the Police Athletic/Activities League. The Syracuse PAL was created in partnership with the New York State Police, DeWitt Police, District Attorney’s Office, Onondaga County Sheriff’s More »

    Local Entrepreneurs Announce Plans for a Multi-Use Facility in the Syracuse Valley Neighborhood

    (Syracuse, New York) 7even Streams, LLC will announce on Monday, June 7th, 2021 the acquisition and development plans for 4702 and 4710 South Salina Street in the Valley Neighborhood of Syracuse. The two vacant buildings are positioned by the company to become a dynamic food and retail location and a community hub for entrepreneurship, workforce More »

    Elected Officials, National Safety Council and Crash Victims Rally to in Support of the Crash Victims Rights and Safety Act in Syracuse

    Syracuse – On the steps of City Hall, in front of a blue coffin, public officials, safety groups and crash victims rallied yesterday to demand state lawmakers act to make streets across the state safer. The rally was one stop on a 1,000-mile road trip led by victims advocacy group Families for Safe Streets from More »

    Teen Deaths Stuns Community: Mayor Walsh and City Leaders Respond to Tragic Deaths

    Leaders Assembled in front of Syracuse City Hall demonstrates the gravity of the situation in Syracuse Situation is not isolated as Gov Cuomo  Sends New York State Troopers to Albany,NY While this isn’t the first violent teen death recorded in Syracuse, this was the second murder in 48 hours. The regularity of shootings was responsible More »

    Price Rite Marketplace Partners with Feed the Children, Conagra Foods and Jubilee Homes of Syracuse Inc. to Donate Food & Essentials to Syracuse Families

    Supermarket retailer hosts event to kick off 2021 “Feeding Minds & Bodies” Campaign in support of hunger-fighting charity, Feed the Children Syracuse, NY (May 27, 2021) – Price Rite Marketplace teamed up with anti-hunger organization Feed the Children and event partners Conagra Foods and Jubilee Homes to distribute food and essentials to 800 local families More »