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3:45 pm
Fri February 14, 2014

Slammed

Campus getting back to normal. Exterior of Ernie Davis Hall
Joe Lee

As the Syracuse University campus community bounces back from the St Valentine's Day "snow-massacre" 2014, winter continues to make itself at home on the SU hill.  

Tonight will be partly cloudy with a slight chance of flurries for CNY.  There is a risk of an additional inch or two of snow on Saturday.

SNOWSTORM ARRIVES FOR ANNUAL WINTER EVENT
3:37 pm
Fri February 14, 2014

Syracuse, It's Winterfest Time in the City !

Credit Syracuse Winterfest 2014

The Snowstorm couldn’t have come at a more convenient time for Syracuse… it’s the kick-off of the first full weekend of Winterfest.  Thousands of people are expected Downtown over the next week. While people often participate at inside events; getting them to stay outside for events can be a challenge.  

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Onondaga County Flu Update
6:36 pm
Thu February 13, 2014

Onondaga County's Deadly Flu Season Still Might Have Weeks to Go

Onondaga County can't seem to shake the flu.
Credit CDC.gov

Flu Cases have been on the Rise for Nine Straight weeks in Onondaga County and the County Health Commissioner wonders if we’ll reach the mark this week.  Doctor Cynthia Morrow updated the County Legislature’s Health Committee Thursday morning. 

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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
6:13 pm
Wed February 12, 2014

Miner Against Tax Incentives for Hotel at Destiny USA

Mayor Stephanie Miner discusses tax incentives for a hotel development at Destiny USA
Credit Scott Willis / WAER News

Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner said Wednesday she does not support any tax breaks for the proposed Destiny USA hotel.   Developers sent a letter to the mayor and County Executive Joanie Mahoney last week expressing their intentions to build a $75 million, 252-room hotel on a parking lot across Hiawatha Boulevard.  Miner said that, given the history Pyramid Development has in the area, any hotel construction at Destiny USA should be privately financed, without added incentives from Onondaga County:  

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Arts & Culture
10:09 am
Wed February 12, 2014

Syracuse Meets the Beatles Music Again, and It's a Celebration

Dean Brothers
Mark Bialczak

 Syracuse opened its arms wide to embrace its finest musicians performing the work of arguably the most popular band ever.

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