Monthly Archives: March 2015

2015-2016 Syracuse School Calendar Yet To Be Approved

Originally reported Mon., March 23, 2015 By Chieh Yuan Chen SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC NEWS) — Some parents might not be happy to hear this. Syracuse Education Commissioners have not decided the 2015-16 Syracuse City School District calendar. Also, the district’s 2015-16 school … Continue reading

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Syracuse City Board of Education Discusses Budgets And Starting The 2015-2016 School Year After Labor Day

Originally reported Mon., March. 23, 2015 By Monique Iuster SYRACUSE (NCC NEWS)–The Syracuse City Board of Education discussed two options for the 2015-2016 calendar on Monday that would allow students in the Syracuse City School District to start school after … Continue reading

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Syracuse City School District Board Of Education Talks Budgets And Starting School After Labor Day

Originally reported Mon., March 23, 2015 By Kayla Spector SYRACUSE (NCC NEWS) — The original 2015-2016 Syracuse City School District calendar would take away many opportunities the New York State Fair brings to children and families in the community. On Monday, the … Continue reading

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County Legislature Takes Big Steps Towards The Redesign Of I-81 And The Ash For Trash Plan

Originally reported Tues., March 3, 2015 By Kayla Spector SYRACUSE (NCC NEWS) — Even though four citizens claimed the new plan for the incinerator needed more study as to its health effects, the Onondaga County Legislature voted on Tuesday to … Continue reading

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I-81 And The Incinerator Hot Topics Of Debate

Originally reported March 3, 2015 By Meghan Flynn SYRACUSE (NCC News) — Chair of the County Legislature Ryan McMahon took the podium at Tuesday’s County Legislature meeting to give his opinion on the I-81 debate that has been plaguing the businesses, … Continue reading

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Onondaga County Legislators Finally Reached A Consensus On The New Interstate 81

Originally reported Tues., March 3, 2015 By Chieh Yuan Chen SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — The Onondaga County Legislature took two massive steps forward on infrastructure Tuesday in agreeing on a hybrid plan for the new Interstate 81 and in … Continue reading

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Onondaga County Legislature Competes Against The Clock

Originally Reported Tues., March 2, 2015  By Jordan Jennings SYRACUSE (NCCNEWS) — Time was of the essence during the Onondaga County Legislature meeting on Tuesday. Two key issues caused a big stir those being: The Hybrid Approach to the Redesign of … Continue reading

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Closing Arguments Wrap Up the Griswold Case

Originally reported Tues., Feb. 17, 2015 By Cierra Smith SYRACUSE (NCC NEWS) – The defendant who was charged of second-degree murder, criminal possession of a weapon, and menacing appeared unbothered and blew kisses to his family as he awaited the closing … Continue reading

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Jury Heard Closing Arguments In Martin Griswold’s Trial

Originally reported on Tues., Feb. 17, 2015 By Chieh Yuan Chen SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC NEWS) — While sitting in the defendant’s chair in County Court, Martin Griswold is still not sure about his future on the fifth day of his trial. Griswold’s … Continue reading

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Contradicting Evidence Surfaces in Griswold Murder Trial

Originally reported Tues., Feb. 17, 2015 By Gabrielle Hughes SYRACUSE (NCC NEWS) — Martin Griswold impatiently bounced his heels, waiting for Defense Attorney Charles Keller to present his closing argument. Griswold mouthed, “I love you,” to family members in attendance. Griswold … Continue reading

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