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School districts report closings, delays Tuesday morning

Last Updated 1/22 at 5:55 a. m. Belleville-Henderson Central Schools: Delayed 2 hours; No AM pre-K; Report for regents at 9:45 am; No AM BOCES. Bohlen Tech Center: No AM BOCES. Cascadilla School: Closed Today. Convenant Love Community School: Delayed ...

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St. Joseph’s Health Hospital receives accolades from American Heart Association

St. Joseph’s Health Hospital is now the 8th hospital in the nation to be awarded the American Heart Association’s Cardiovascular Center of Excellence accreditation, a comprehensive level of designation for cardiovascular care. The hospital said It recognizes facilities committed to ...

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Helping people in need care for pets

The Syracuse-based Kia Foundation offers its services to the elderly, disabled and others who cannot take care of their pets. The not-for-profit runs a mobile pet food pantry. There are monthly giveaways of pet food and other supplies (the next ...

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‘Free’ money to help Seniors with heating bills

If you are over 60, and ‘income qualified’ you can help with your heating bills, whether you rent or own your residence in New York. Basic HEAP Home Energy Assistance Program opened in November, Emergency HEAP opened in early January. ...

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Do you know who owns this 4-wheeler?

State Police need help finding the owner of a 4-wheeler. A red 1985 Suzuki 4-wheeler was found on January 6,th along Snellsbush Road in the town of Manheim. That’s in Herkimer County. Anyone with information should call (315) 366-6000. …read ...

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Federal workers continue to hold on during fourth week of shutdown

Federal workers without pay are left wondering if they are going to be able to pay their mortgage and feed their family. Al Nall lived in Syracuse for years while working in news. He now works at a federal agency ...

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Vigil to be held Monday night for murdered Utica grandmother

The community is planning a vigil Monday night to honor and remember a grandmother murdered last week in Utica. Katerine Aubain, 90, and Jane Wentka, 87, were found dead at the beginning of last week,allegedly killed and mutilated by Aubain’s ...

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Gov. Cuomo orders SUNY, CUNY to help students during shutdown

Governor Andrew Cuomo has directed SUNY and CUNY schools to assist students impacted by the partial government shutdown with college-related expenses. Payments for tuition and related college expenses will be postponed with no late fees or penalties will be charged ...

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Water main break near Syracuse University repaired

City of Syracuse crews worked through blowing snow and frigid temperatures to repair a broken water main near Syracuse University. A water main break was discovered on Harrison St. , a main traffic route to the Carrier Dome Saturday afternoon, ...

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