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Happy Tails: DeWitt’s CNY SPCA says special needs dog, cruelty rescues adopted

CBS 5’s Best Pet segments continue to be on hold due to the public health crisis. While holding social distancing appointments – several shelters are able to continue adoptions during the COVID-19 pandemic. This week, CNYCentral is sharing “Happy Tails” ...

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Madison County seeing a spike in homelessness amid pandemic

As Madison County leaders deal with the coronavirus pandemic, they’re also seeing a dramatic spike in homelessness. Officials say the average amount of homeless people in the county is between 10 and 12 per month. Since the pandemic started. county ...

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Destiny USA plans to reopen Friday with new rules, restrictions

Representatives from Destiny USA say the mall will reopen Friday as Central New York is poised to enter Phase 2. Retail stores will be allowed to reopen in Phase 2 and the mall is finalizing a plan to reopen, a ...

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American Red Cross says blood donors urgently needed

The American Red Cross in Syracuse says they have an urgent need for blood donations to prevent another blood shortage. The organization says more blood is needed as hospitals resume surgical procedures and patient treatments that were paused due to ...

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Officers with guns drawn, roads blocked off in East Syracuse

There is a large police presence outside a home in East Syracuse which includes officers with guns drawn and roads blocked off. Police, sheriff’s deputies and state police have blocked off Wilson Drive and some surrounding streets. Dispatchers said a ...

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CNY Tuesdays: Paws of CNY awarded $2,000 grant

Non-profit organization “Paws of CNY” has been awarded $2,000 from Upstate Shredding Inc. The organization provides pet-assisted wellness services. In a typical year the organization does 60,000 interactions. …read more Thank you Source: CNY Central

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Police investigate stabbing in Rome

The Rome City Police are investigating a Sunday stabbing. Police say it happened just after 9:30 p. m. on 400 block of West Dominick Street, not far from North Madison Street. Police found one person with an apparent stabbing wound ...

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Students at ESM learning about more than just board games

For East Syracuse Manoa Central High School English Teacher Keith Ward, being an educator is more than a job; it is a calling. “My employer is the families of east Syracuse Minoa, and the users of my product are my ...

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