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Published: November 29, 2023

Two years after the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act was approved, local businesses are still jumping through hoops amid regulatory delays.

Portrait of Katherine Sojewicz
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Published: November 16, 2023

Syracuse City School District Commissioner Katie Sojewicz reflects on her time on the board as the end of her tenure approaches.

Sabrina Sam
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Published: November 14, 2023

Q&A: Physician Assistant Sabrina Sam shares how she empowers transgender individuals through facial feminization surgery.

A cow in the barn at Hillside Farm in Truxton, New York in fall 2023.
Off Campus
Published: November 13, 2023

The Newtons are a fourth generation of family farmers who incorporate sustainable practices in hopes of helping others.

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Published: November 8, 2023

Q&A: Jake Lastrina discusses the specialty bakery founded by him and his wife Bri Lastrina moving into The McCarthy Mercantile.

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Published: November 7, 2023

The friars of Syracuse’s Assumption Church support the community and grow the Catholic faith in a modern way.

"Vote Here" sign next to the sidewalk leading to the entrance of Beauchamp Public Library in Onondaga County
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Published: November 6, 2023

Syracuse voters head to the polls Tuesday for local contests.

Generated image of President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump collaborating.
Published: October 19, 2023

Google is the first company to require a watermark disclaimer on ads that use AI, but how much will that affect the spread of political misinformation?

Established in 2001, brings together community poets and artists to create an annual series of poetry posters for the city’s poster panels. (NewsHouse Photo by Theoplis Stewart II)
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Published: October 6, 2023

The Syracuse Poster Project celebrates the work of artists while aiming to create connections.

Collage of vendor tents, tote bag and shoppers at the Keep Going Market
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Published: October 2, 2023

The collaborative marketplace featured vintage clothing, tattooing, jewelry, food and beverages