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CENTRAL NEW YORK

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


Clear Path for Veterans Builds New Basketball Courts With Help from the Boeheims

Chittenango

Clear Path for Veterans Builds New Basketball Courts With Help from the Boeheims

Chittenango-based Clear Path for Veterans is a facility dedicated to helping soldiers and their families during the transition to civilian life. Their programs include everything from traditional counseling services to healing through less traditional means, like dog training, and cooking programs. As Candace Hopkins reports, their recreation program got a boost Friday from one of the biggest names in college sports. Updated 10/24/2014 11:26 PM

Family Says Puppy Stolen from Home

City of Syracuse

Family Says Puppy Stolen from Home

A Syracuse family is searching desperately for their puppy they said was stolen from them. The incident happened September 26 near their home on North Geddes Street and was captured partly on surveillance tape. Iris St. Meran spoke to the family who hopes you can locate their Chihuahua named Ricky. Updated 10/24/2014 06:30 PM

Bill Clinton Visits Syracuse Friday for the Get Out the Vote Rally

City of Syracuse

Bill Clinton Visits Syracuse Friday for the Get Out the Vote Rally

The political heavyweights continue to pour into town to lend their support to candidates in the 24th Congressional District race. After a visit from Vice President Joe Biden on Monday, former President Bill Clinton will be in town Friday to stump for Congressman Dan Maffei. Brad Vivacqua reports. 10/24/2014 07:09 AM

Two Candidates Vying for Onondaga County Sheriff's Position

Onondaga County

Two Candidates Vying for Onondaga County Sheriff's Position

After two decades, Onondaga County Sheriff Kevin Walsh will retire. There are two people vying for the open position. Our Iris St. Meran sat down with candidates Gene Conway and Toby Shelley to discuss their intentions for the top law enforcement job in the county. Updated 10/23/2014 11:30 PM

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