Groups like Second Chance Canine Adoption Shelter and Cuse Pit Crew are working to break down pit bull misconceptions and stereotypes.
How the closing of a local grocery store in Syracuse highlights the need for healthy food access in low-income communities across the United States.
The 32nd annual festival at the Everson Museum of Art is held from Dec. 1 through Dec. 10. This year’s theme is tradition.
After 11 years of funding, Syracuse University will be pulling its support from the Westside Initiative, an organization committed to revitalizing the neighborhood
The organization looks to bring the community together to empower those affected by cancer.
Syracuse is home to nearly 12,000 people of Puerto Rican descent that, along with other Syracuse residents, are working to gather and deliver donations to the island after Hurricane Maria.
A group of landlords, alumni and student organizations teamed up to fundraise $94,000 to monitor the University Neighborhood in hopes of deterring and solving more crime.
Professor Margaret Voss works with professor Stephen Teale to preserve the endangered Darwin’s finch while continuing her work as a professor at the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry.
After losing her daughter, Debi Hobbs is working to increase the quality and accessibility to mental health care for children in the Syracuse area.