Chanting, “Disabled and proud, say it loud,” disabled Central New Yorkers and their supporters were proud today to remember the 24th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. A group of 100 or more marched the streets of downtown Syracuse just before noontime…much of their focus to change perceptions. Linda Feltus is an employment consultant with Enable-T-L-S…and she’s helped a variety of people succeed in the workplace.
About 50 college students are spending part of their summer trying to make a difference on some real issues and problems facing Syracuse. Mercy Works runs the Synergy program using the students' energy and ideas to help the city's most needy. Students hold five events Friday based on needs that came up in the United Way's annual report
Republican John Sharon is shopping for voters and support in the 128th State Assembly District. He announced his intentions to run at his community based campaign headquarters located in the Valley Shopping Plaza in Syracuse. The private practice Lawyer also formerly worked 35 years for the Onondaga County Law Department where he rose to Senior Deputy County Attorney and handled litigation. Sharon says he’d like to be part of the solution to problems in the State.