Crowds return for State Fair concerts, thrills
A summer-closing tradition at the New York State Fairgrounds, the 13-day celebration includes a variety of musical acts, food choices and fair attractions.
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Monster Jam returns to Syracuse for the first time in two years
Grave Digger and 11 other 12,000 pound trucks faced off in the Dome on Saturday.
The Flaming Lips infuse concert with playful theatrics
The maverick alternative rockers created a high-energy live spectacle Friday at Syracuse's Crouse Hinds Theater.
Ben Walsh, Syracuse’s first independent mayor, wins reelection for second term
Residents are set to vote on a number of local and state elections, including the next mayor of Syracuse.
Rose-laying ceremony memorializes lives lost in Pan Am 103 bombing
The ceremony pays tribute to the tragedy as its 33rd anniversary approaches.
Remembrance Week 2021
This year marks the 33rd anniversary of the bombing of Pan Am 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, on Dec. 21, 1988.
Students support Pfizer booster roll-out
Students share their opinions on the FDA's authorization of a Pfizer booster shot and what getting a third dose means for the ongoing pandemic.
Hundreds join campus protest against rape culture
Students marched across the Syracuse University campus Tuesday night, chanting outside fraternities and the chancellor's house.
Scenes from the Great New York State Fair
The 18-day extravaganza of food, music and people-watching that defines late summer in Syracuse wraps for another year.