U.S.-based charity raised $1.2 million in private donations in 2017 to provide medical therapy to about 800 disabled children in Zhytomyr, Ukraine.
Students of all ages make their way to the building on Park Street to take classes that pick up where traditional public school education may stop
Jerome Witkin visits In My Father’s Kitchen every Friday to draw portraits of homeless Syracuse residents.
The 51-year-old Cuba native was struck by Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim on an I-690 ramp late Wednesday night.
Syracuse school teachers are using new tools to address bias and lower suspension rates.
Marchers gather in the United Methodist Church on a snowy Saturday to reflect on women’s empowerment.
Nearly a thousand participants made their way to historic Seneca Falls to celebrate the legacy of the women who came before them and march for the changes they still want to see made.
Data shows 80 percent of Centro riders use the bus because they do not have access to a car, and most of them are just trying to get to work.
In the midst of an opioid epidemic, this medication that rapidly reverses overdoses could save thousands of lives.
Refugees come to Syracuse expecting the American dream. What they get is something very different: an environment of poverty and violence.