Monthly Archives: May 2013

SOHO Syracuse Gives Small Business Life for 15th Straight Year

  Show exposes lack of information-sharing between small businesses and government leaders Originally reported on April 24, 2013 By Emma Gottlieb, Jay Alter and Shantinique Brooks SYRACUSE (NCC NEWS) – Dianna Bellaire has been an experienced pastry chef for 15 years … Continue reading

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Chiefs Change to Broadcast of Future

Organization cites new times, ingenuity as reasons for switch Originally reported on April 29, 2013 By Daniel Bayliss, Amanda Brandell and Sam Hyman SYRACUSE (NCC NEWS) – The nostalgic days of listening to a baseball game on a radio are slowly … Continue reading

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Proposed Regents Research Paper Leaves Many Unanswered Questions

Educators ask, “is this the best way to improve writing in New York State?” Originally reported on April 29, 2013 By Joshua Bazan, Ethan Greenberg and Erica Simon (NCC News) – Paige Casler, a junior at Canastota High School, doesn’t think she’s writing … Continue reading

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Revival of Two Syracuse Landmarks Could Spark Downtown Economy

After years of vacancy, new interest has emerged in purchasing Mizpah Tower and Hotel Syracuse Originally reported April 29th, 2013 By Matthew Gideon, Marissa Blanchard, Perry Dornbush SYRACUSE (NCC News) – For the past nine years, the Hotel Syracuse’s future was … Continue reading

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Northside UP Brings New Life to Syracuse’s Northside Neighborhood

Partnership works to reinvent the area Originally reported on April 28, 2013 By Max Darrow, Alec Duron and Greg Fenton SYRACUSE (NCC NEWS) – Soula Carni is the owner of Thanos Import Market, a small Greek grocery store on the cusp … Continue reading

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