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Published: April 1, 2021

The Girls Loving Ourselves Worldwide initiative invites Black and Brown girls in grades 6 to 11 from across the globe to participate in a yearlong virtual program.

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Published: March 29, 2021

The district has made a reopening plan for sports that puts emphasis on following the CDC and the Department of Health recommendations.

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Published: March 29, 2021

More than 40 businesses in Onondaga County were formally launched in March despite COVID-19 limitations.

Gianna Prudente
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Published: March 26, 2021

The local specialty coffee shop has filled the space left vacant by Café Kubal.

During the pandemic, the hospitality sector — including casinos, restaurants, hotels — saw the highest rate of layoffs among all industries, while groceries, warehouses and storage facilities saw the fewest job losses.
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Published: March 24, 2021

In 2020, Syracuse saw an annual unemployment rate of 11.37%, with a peak in April at 18.30%.

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Published: March 16, 2021

Despite the overall decrease, certain pockets of the city are seeing a rise in complaints with 56.4% coming from the Northside.

A group of faculty members from the ENL, World Language and Bilingual Education department. Photo courtesy of the ENL, World Language and Bilingual Education department.
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Published: March 11, 2021

NY state education data revealed graduation rates are at an all-time high of 70.7% with English language learners seeing the most dramatic improvement.

Faegan's Cafe & Pub near Marshall Street on March 9, 2021
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Published: March 9, 2021

The reopening of Faegan’s Cafe & Pub and the grand opening of Salt City Coffee is bringing new life to the Hill.

Pastor Daren Jaime of People’s AME Zion Church on Syracuse’s South Side receives his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at the church’s vaccination site on January 25, 2021.
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Published: March 3, 2021

As of Feb. 24, only 2.5% of those with at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose in Central New York were Black.

Nottingham High School senior class president Malik Robinson (upper left corner), Nottingham teacher Cavin Robinson (center) and SCSD students involved in the Black History Month virtual presentation started preparing for the event in mid-January, Ahmed said.
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Published: March 1, 2021

Malik Robinson, Nottingham High School senior class president, advocates for “Black excellence” by creating an annual student-run Black History Month event.