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Donate winter gear to help those in need this winter

If you’re looking to clean out your closet, make sure to save any unwanted coats, hats or gloves. The United Way of CNY ‘Day of Service’ 19th annual Martin Luther King Junior Drive is coming up on Monday, January 21st. ...

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Fire Chief: Shutting bedroom door saved Manlius family’s home

Firefighters in Manlius say a family saved their home – and possibly their lives – from a fire over the weekend by doing one simple thing: closing the bedroom door. The home on Prestwick Drive caught fire Sunday morning. Chief ...

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RXBAR expands recalled products due to peanut allergy concerns

A company that makes energy bars has expanded a recall due to a “potential undeclared peanut allergen. “RXBAR initially recalled two varieties – Chocolate Sea Salt and Coconut Chocolate – in December, but now the company says the following products ...

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Deputies: 9-year-old girl killed in crash with tractor trailer in Mexico

Investigators in Oswego County say a 9-year-old girl was killed in a crash in Mexico Sunday. The Oswego County Sheriff’s office says Cara Snyder, 9, of Lacona, was killed when the car she was in crashed with a tractor trailer ...

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Help the homeless at Dunkin’ in Central New York

For the next month area Dunkin’ Donuts are partnering with the Rescue Mission Alliance of Syracuse to collect items to benefit the homeless. From January 15th until February 15th nearly 40 participating Dunkin’ locations in Central New York will collect ...

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Living the dream on MLK Day in Syracuse

In Syracuse, the Martin Luther King holiday means a huge volunteer effort to take care of the community’s needy. Today marked the 19th year for the Day of Service, outreach coordinated by the Greater Syracuse Labor Council and the United ...

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Weekend’s Best Bets, January 18 – 20, 2018

It’s a long holiday weekend for many of you, and there’s lots to do (despite the snowy forecast! ) Take a look at our Best Bets: With all the snow, Beaver Lake has moonlight skiing and snowshoeing. Trails open til ...

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Delays, changes in planes, buses & trains

The coming snow is already having an effect on travel. Here are the changes, and where to check for updates:Hancock Airport is already reporting cancellations of flights to and from Chicago, JFK, Boston, Washington/Reagan, Charlotte and some Florida locations. You ...

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Muslims of America speak out after foiled terror plot

The Muslims of America, who are part of Islamberg, said the past few days have been difficult. They said their hearts are hurting and these threats have shaken their community. In their Binghamton press conference on Wednesday, they said these ...

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