The Replace & Refocus event in downtown Syracuse centered on replacing the Columbus statue and refocusing attention on indigenous peoples.
After Syracuse Mayor Ben Walsh proposed taking down the Columbus statue, it created backlash from some community members.
Pro-choice protestors gathered throughout Syracuse Saturday to voice concerns over the Supreme Court’s decision to let a Texas anti-abortion law stand.
For the first time since 2019, the annual Westcott neighborhood event returns with lively food, music and local vendors back together.
Beginning in October 2020, residents on Burnet Road in Clay began receiving requests from the Onondaga County Industrial Development Agency to relocate.
New York State Senator John Mannion, Circare, and the Food Bank of Central New York partnered with HEP and sponsored the drive-thru backpack and vaccine clinic on September 18 for families in need.
After 70 years, Toggenburg Mountain in Fabius will close down this winter, leaving ski racers with no place to train.
The 18-day extravaganza of food, music and people-watching that defines late summer in Syracuse wraps for another year.
Kathy Courtney Hochul, a former Student Association vice president, was well respected during her time at SU.
Onondaga County residents heading to get their first or second vaccine shared with The NewsHouse how the pandemic has affected their lives.