Monthly Archives: December 2013

New Airport Authority Takes Flight at Hancock International Airport

Transfer of power means new ideas and initiatives Originally reported on December 9, 2013 By Tim Langlois, Carling Mott and Hunter Sáenz SYRACUSE (NCC News) – For Carmelle Bisson, a Syracuse native, traveling alone by plane can be a hassle. She … Continue reading

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Downtown Syracuse Booming in More Ways Than One

$300 million plus pumped into residential and infrastructure development Originally reported on December 3, 2013 By Carly Nevis, Jim O’Shea, Molly Smith, and Keely Sullivan SYRACUSE (NCC News) – Mike Watson was just the average business owner, trying to make ends … Continue reading

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Northside of Syracuse: a Haven for Hope and Opportunity

Northside UP provides assistance to entrepreneurs and residents Originally reported on December 9, 2013     By Daniel Cuneo, Ingrid Martinez, and Emmanuel Rivera-Jovel (NCC News) SYRACUSE – On a chilly mid-November night in Syracuse’s Armory Square, the atmosphere was anything … Continue reading

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ShoppingTown Mall Optimistic about Future

New ownership has ShoppingTown looking ahead and aware of work to be done Originally reported on December 9, 2013 By Andrew Grella, Leila Nombre, and Cathleen O’Hare SYRACUSE (NCC NEWS) – Walking through ShoppingTown Mall on a Monday afternoon, it was … Continue reading

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Buying Local: New Initiative Aims to Promote a Better Syracuse

Local pro-Syracuse groups hope to help Syracuse with Buy Local initiatives Originally reported on December 7, 2013 By: Sarah Knickerbocker, Alex Linde, Jacob Reynolds SYRACUSE (NCC NEWS) – The Elbow Room Tavern was crowded on Wednesday night as many gathered … Continue reading

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Lightning Strike Survivor, Senior Detective Edward Weber, Becomes Town Councilor

By Paola Suro, Imani Wallace and Ryan Raigrodski SYRACUSE (NCC NEWS) – He takes off his glasses, sets them on the table in front of him and with a long, deep sigh begins to talk about the night that changed … Continue reading

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Jim Greene: The Man Who Wears Many Coats

December 8, 2013 By Nicole Griffin, Marcela Madera and Johnny Wincott SKANEATELES (NCC NEWS) —  “We had just moved up here and my wife wasn’t feeling well,” said Jim Greene. “My three kids and I were in the car. That’s … Continue reading

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Consider The Listener

A look into the life of Dan D’Uva, the voice of the Syracuse Crunch By Andrew Miller, Ben Stevens, and Varun Raghupathi SYRACUSE (NCC NEWS) – It was long before puck drop in the old War Memorial at the Oncenter … Continue reading

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From Ivy League To Fire Station 17

Syracuse’s First Female Captain Takes Unusual Path  By Sean Martinelli, Samantha Miller, and Francis Sirois SYRACUSE (NCC NEWS) — On an overcast and gloomy day in the city of Syracuse, firefighter Sara Errington stood inside the garage of Fire Station 17 showing … Continue reading

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Pine Grove Middle School Beginning Preparations for Major Renovation

Originally Reported Mon., Nov. 18  By Ben Stevens EAST SYRACUSE (NCC NEWS) – A lot can happen in the span of two weeks.  Just ask the new principal of Pine Grove Middle School, Douglas Mohorter. “Many things were decided before I … Continue reading

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