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CENTRAL NEW YORK

This section displays all of the Central New York news articles published in the past 7 days.


State Fair Debuts ‘Showstopping’ Beer

Onondaga County

State Fair Debuts ‘Showstopping’ Beer

Everyone thinks of the wine slushy when they think of an adult beverage at the state fair. This year the fair introduced it's very own beer that Empire Brewing created. As Iris St. Meran explains it's been a "Showstopper." 9:28 PM

Impact of Gun Story on Race for Congress

City of Syracuse

Impact of Gun Story on Race for Congress

It is a story that unfolded more than a decade ago. A story involving the Republican candidate for Congress in the 24th Congressional District. Bill Carey says the question is whether the re-emergence of the story in 2014 will have an impact on the race for the House. 7:13 PM

Whoosh App Makes Parking in Syracuse Less Stressful

City of Syracuse

Whoosh App Makes Parking in Syracuse Less Stressful

You just start by downloading the Whoosh app, just like you would any other app. Then, register your vehicle and credit card information. Once you've parked your car, you select the meter location and choose a time on the wheel. 3:49 PM

Gentile's Restaurant Owner Explains Sudden Closure

City of Syracuse

Gentile's Restaurant Owner Explains Sudden Closure

After 13 years in business a popular Syracuse restaurant was forced to close its doors Saturday. The owner of Gentile's restaurant says he could no longer keep the eatery open due to mounting debt. The announcement on Facebook Sunday shocked his customers. Candace Hopkins explains what led to the financial troubles. 08/27/2014 10:26 PM

Historic Landmark in Clayton Continues to Undergo Renovation

Watertown

Historic Landmark in Clayton Continues to Undergo Renovation

A historic inn that opened its doors more than 130 years ago in Clayton will soon have new life as it's currently undergoing renovation. Elizabeth Jeneault shares why the landmark's new owners believe it's so important to restore it. 08/27/2014 05:32 PM

Pro Golfers Support Notah Begay Foundation at the Turning Stone

Verona

Pro Golfers Support Notah Begay Foundation at the Turning Stone

Amidst the major tournaments and championships, eight professional golfers found time this week to play a round with friends and support a good cause. Wednesday was the 7th Annual Notah Begay Foundation Challenge golf tournament. Cara Thomas reports. 08/27/2014 04:53 PM

Schools, Coaches Working to Make Football Safer for Kids

Cross Regional

Schools, Coaches Working to Make Football Safer for Kids

According to the CDC, more kids get concussions on the gridiron than in any other recreational arena. Katie Gibas shares what one Central New York school is doing to try to cut down on concussions in youth football. 08/27/2014 03:01 PM

Were Nurse's Restrictions a Form of Redlining?

City of Syracuse

Were Nurse's Restrictions a Form of Redlining?

The former health commissioner says it was a question of safety. The NAACP is asking whether it's "redlining," and the county executive says the NAACP may be right. Bill Carey says the dispute centers around care provided to those in need -- primarily in Syracuse. 08/26/2014 08:45 PM

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