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CNY’s Largest Indoor Shopping Expo | Saturday, September 25th | NYS Fairgrounds

CNY’s Largest Indoor Shopping Expo | Saturday, September 25th | NYS Fairgrounds

CNY’S LARGEST INDOOR SHOPPING EXPO Saturday, September 25th, 9am-3pm NYS Fairgrounds Horticulture Building It’s back this fall! If you’re interested in being a vendor – please download the application paperwork HERE and send the completed application to Janice.Cole@cumulus.com. For more information check out our Vendor Information Sheet HERE.  

Food Truck Battle! | September 25th 2021

Food Truck Battle! | September 25th 2021

Get ready for a food truck fight Saturday, September 25th from 11-8 at The NYS Fairgrounds!!! Over 40 of the best food trucks from Syracuse and Rochester will be teaming up for a little friendly competition featuring low cost samples ($3-$5), live music, celebrity judges, craft beer, craft vendors, kids zone, games and so much…

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COVID-19 Vaccine Information | CLICK HERE

COVID-19 Vaccine Information | CLICK HERE

We have some helpful links for you about the COVID-19 vaccine in Onondaga County and throughout New York State. All individuals 12 years and older are now eligible for the vaccine.More

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This emergency room physician went from the horrors of the Surfside disaster back into the ER battling Florida’s Covid-19 surge
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This emergency room physician went from the horrors of the Surfside disaster back into the ER battling Florida’s Covid-19 surge

Dr. Ben Abo, an EMS physician in south Florida, spent the last month helping on the scene of the Surfside condo collapse. Now that he’s back working in the emergency room, he says the Covid-19 situation is “worst it’s ever been.” “It’s honestly going from one disaster to another,” Abo told CNN’s Brianna Keilar. “We…More

Real estate tycoon Robert Durst, accused of killing his close friend, expected to take the stand today

Real estate tycoon Robert Durst, accused of killing his close friend, expected to take the stand today

Robert Durst, the multimillionaire subject of the HBO crime documentary “The Jinx,” is expected to take the witness stand in his defense Wednesday, his legal team told CNN, heaping more drama onto an already sensational murder trial. Durst is charged with the first-degree murder of his close friend and confidante, Susan Berman, in 2000, at…More

Florida tween takes on school board to call for mask mandate
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Florida tween takes on school board to call for mask mandate

Lila Hartley is heading into seventh grade next week. She’s excited about history class and trying to figure out how to make more friends when she gets back to in-person school. But first, the 12-year-old feels she has to stand up for her little brother and all children too young to be vaccinated against coronavirus.…More

A teacher is suing an Arizona school district for implementing a mask mandate despite governor’s ban
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A teacher is suing an Arizona school district for implementing a mask mandate despite governor’s ban

An Arizona judge will hear arguments Wednesday over whether a Phoenix school district can require people to wear masks in defiance of a state law banning mask mandates in schools. Teacher Douglas Hester filed a lawsuit Monday against the Phoenix Union High School District and its governing board, along with superintendent Chad Gestson, requesting that…More

California regulators vote to restrict water access for thousands of farmers amid severe drought
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California regulators vote to restrict water access for thousands of farmers amid severe drought

California water regulators voted Tuesday to restrict water access for thousands of Central Valley farmers as the state endures a severe drought. The California State Water Board unanimously agreed to issue an emergency order that bans some farmers from diverting water from rivers and streams in the Sacramento and San Joaquin river watersheds to irrigate…More

New report commissioned by NCAA finds a massive gender inequity in college basketball
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New report commissioned by NCAA finds a massive gender inequity in college basketball

The National Collegiate Athletic Association treats its Division I men’s basketball program better than its women’s program in virtually every respect, according to an outside review commissioned by the NCAA that was delivered Monday. The study said gender inequities in the NCAA stem from the organization’s structure, which is “designed to maximize the value of…More

Former Minneapolis officers charged with violating George Floyd’s civil rights want their federal cases separated from Derek Chauvin
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Former Minneapolis officers charged with violating George Floyd’s civil rights want their federal cases separated from Derek Chauvin

Three former Minneapolis police officers charged with violating George Floyd’s civil rights filed motions Tuesday to separate their federal cases from that of Derek Chauvin, who was convicted in April on state murder charges in Floyd’s death. Former officer Tou Thao’s attorneys, Robert Paule and Natalie Paule, cited a number of reasons for the request,…More

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