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Looking for a new pet? Adopt this cat for free

A 5-year-old male cat named Popeye is up for adoption at the CNYSPCA. His adoption is sponsored by Catania Orthodontics in Fayetteville, which means you can take him home for free. …read more Thank you Source: CNY Central

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Governor approves $85 million for school technology upgrades statewide

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has announced $85 million for school technology upgrades. 96 Smart School Investment plans were approved, aimed at improving school security and revamping education techniques, according to Gov. Cuomo’s office. The approved plans are part of the $2 ...

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Goodbyes are hard, hellos easier

‘The big transition’ at Weekend Today in Central NY started this morning:Meteorologist Mike Brookins did his last, regularly scheduled weather shift on the early news this morning. His forecasting accuracy and knack for making the weather understandable and relatable. He ...

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Large police presence reported on Southside of Syracuse

Syracuse police and firefighters are on the scene of an incident on the city’s Southside. There is limited information at this time, but dispatchers tell CNYCentral that emergency responders were dispatched a little after 10 a. m. Monday for a ...

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New York sites nominated to historic registers

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced 18 new properties and districts that he’s nominated for the New York State and national registers of historic places. Among those properties and districts are an Adirondack farm, a Niagra Falls church, and a Schenectady apartment ...

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Police: Auburn man missing, possibly in Moravia

Christopher Cornall, 46, from Auburn, was reported missing on June 8, according to police. Cornall is originally from the Auburn area, but police have reason to believe that he may be in Moravia. He left his house on his own. ...

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Rezone Syracuse Public Outreach meeting Monday night

A public meeting will be held Monday night for the Rezone Syracuse Public Outreach. The meeting is scheduled for 6:30 p. m. at the Fowler High School Library. According to the City, the new zoning ordinance and map are the ...

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Governor announces cashless tolling by end of 2020

Governor Cuomo announced the New York State Thruway Authority Board approved the selection of the Design-Build team who will install cashless tolling on the Thruway system. The $355. 3 million investment will transform the Thruway system for about 267 million ...

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