Monthly Archives: November 2013

Pine Grove Middle School Preparing For Major Renovation

Originally reported on November 18, 2013 By Nicole Griffin EAST SYRACUSE (NCC News) — While most principals only have to worry about running one school, Douglas Mohorter will be in charge of six. Mohorter is the new principal of Pine … Continue reading

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Man Being Charged For a New Years Eve Murder is Fighting the Case

Originally reported on October 22, 2013 By Imani Wallace SYRACUSE (NCC NEWS) — Bloody snow on the cement pavement of 744 W. Onondaga Street was the result of a tragedy that made one man’s New Year’s Eve, his last. Syracuse native … Continue reading

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Experts Expect Low Voter Turn Out to Continue in New York

By Andrew Miller SYRACUSE (NCC NEWS) – When the founding fathers of the United States created the country in 1776, the right to vote was a privilege that they wanted to create for the population to have a say in … Continue reading

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Ryan and Walsh Break Bread For The Last Time As They Wait For Election Results In The News To Break

Originally reported on November 5, 2013  By Imani Wallace SYRACUSE (NCC NEWS) – Signs lined up against the walls of Our Lady of Pompei’s Roman Catholic Church with fun facts about how many pounds of spaghetti they cook on this … Continue reading

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Gambling Proposition Divides Some Syracuse Residents

By Samantha Miller SYRACUSE (NCC NEWS) – It is high stakes gambling at polling places in Central New York Tuesday afternoon with a divisive issue such as the legalization of gambling on the table. The topic is Proposition One, also … Continue reading

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Syracuse City School Board Elections Are In The Midst Of What Republican Candidate Calls A “Downward Spiral”

Originally Reported Tues., Nov 5 By Marcela Madera SYRACUSE (NCC NEWS) – Republican Candidate Edward McLaughlin began Election Day like any other day, in a yellow school bus. He drives the weekday route for the Westhill central school district. Unlike … Continue reading

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Ryan, Walsh Lead Youthful Trend in Syracuse City Politics

Originally Reported Tues., Nov. 5 By Ben Stevens SYRACUSE (NCC NEWS) – “If he gets elected, he will be three days older than I was when I was first elected,” said Ed Ryan, recounting the memory of the first time … Continue reading

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Kessner and Hunter Aim to Make Syracuse History

Originally reported on Tuesday, Nov. 5  By Ryan Raigrodski SYRACUSE (NCC NEWS) — Jean Kessner and Pamela Hunter have the opportunity to make Syracuse history for women. If the Democrats can win the Common Council at-large elections on Tuesday, the … Continue reading

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Poll Workers Report “Enormous” Turnout on Election Day

Edward Smith Elementary School sees big crowds at the polls Originally reported on November 5, 2013 By Molly Smith (NCC News) SYRACUSE – Despite being an off-year for elections, voters still poured into Edward Smith Elementary to cast their ballots in … Continue reading

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Syracuse Court Judge Candidate Hoped Second Time Would Be the Charm

Tuesday night’s results revealed that Romana A. Lavalas did not reach majority votes for Syracuse City Court Judge Originally reported on November 6th, 2013 By Ingrid Martinez SYRACUSE (NCC News) – After running for a second time, candidate Romana Lavalas did … Continue reading

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