It's out with the old and in with the new for many Syracuse buildings, businesses and byways.
With students back at home and many faculty members traveling, the summer is the perfect time for campus upgrades. The last few months have brought about some changes – large and small – for the Syracuse area and for the campus itself.
Bernie Fine has signed on for his first job since being fired by Syracuse University last year.
Maccabi "Bazan" Haifa, more commonly known as Maccabi Haifa, has hired former SU men's assistant basketball coach Bernie Fine as a consultant.
Fine's contract was terminated late last year amid sexual assault allegations leveled by Bobby Davis and Mike Lang. According to ESPN, Haifa is ownned by Florida-based businessman Jeffrey Rosen. The club announced that he will advise the team on personnel decisions regarding both players and coaches. Fine's official title is basketball consultant.
Nearly half the team's squad is American or has roots in the United States.
The former SU basketball assistant coach has put his Dewitt house up for sale.
Listed at $549,000, the house of Bernie Fine, former assistant men's basketball coach, is up for sale at 7001 Tiffany Circle, in Dewitt.
Though no open houses are currently scheduled, interested buyers will be able to request private showings with Mary Jo Heitkamp-France, a realtor for RealtyUSA. According to a March 29 article in The Daily Orange, the Fines bought the home for $285,000 in 2001.
Representatives from ESPN, The New York Times, Sporting News, The Post-Standard, and The Patriot News discussed covering sports Scandals in Newhouse on Thursday.
Local and national media gathered on Thursday to discuss the rigors and risks of covering sports scandals as part of “When Games Turn Grim,” a daylong sports scandal symposium hosted by the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.
Moderated by Dean Joel Kaplan, panelists discussed, analyzed and dissected media coverage of the Jerry Sandusky and Bernie Fine scandals which broke last fall.
A State Supreme Court judge ruled Wednesday that Bobby Davis and Mike Lang's defamation suit against Jim Boeheim and Syracuse University will be held in Onondaga County.
Brian DeJoseph, Onondaga County State Supreme Court judge, ruled that the Bobby Davis and Mike Lang's defamation suit against Jim Boeheim and Syracuse University will have to be held in Onondaga County.
In his ruling, he stated the attorneys for Davis and Lang failed to prove that an unbiased jury could not be found in Onondaga County.
A decision is pending over the location of Bobby Davis and Mike Lang's defamation suit against Jim Boeheim and Syracuse University.
New York State Supreme Court Justice, Brian DeJoseph heard arguments Tuesday morning regarding the defamation suit against Jim Boeheim and Syracuse University, according to an article posted Feb. 21 in the Post-Standard.