Westcott Street Cultural Fair blends music, politics and summer-like heat
Activists, artists and community members converged for the 28th annual gathering in the University Neighborhood.
Former mailman builds life from Syracuse’s vacant housing woes
For the past 12 years, Paul Finch has been flipping abandoned and foreclosed homes that may have been demolished otherwise.
Perception problem one of many hurdles facing Onondaga Lake beach
Negative public perception, disagreement over cleanup keep Onondaga Lake from becoming a beach.
A Syracuse family marches for the next generation
The Sojewicz family watched the Parkland teens lead a new anti-gun movement, and brought their own children to join the effort.