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THE CATHOLIC CHURCH
5:38 pm
Fri September 20, 2013

Syracuse Bishop Weighs In On Pope Francis

Credit Courtesy Syracuse Diocese

The Bishop of the Syracuse Catholic Diocese is downplaying the significance of comments attributed to the pope about gay marriage, contraception and abortion. 

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Sports
1:40 pm
Fri September 20, 2013

Syracuse vs. Tulane Preview

Young QB Terrel Hunt leads the Orange offense
Credit CitrusTV Sports, 2013

All eyes will be on the renewed quarterback battle as Syracuse (1-2) takes on Tulane (2-1) on Saturday.  Head Coach Scott Shafer told Orange All Access on Monday that Terrel Hunt will make his first career start against the Green Wave.

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NATURE'S BOUNTY
6:50 pm
Thu September 19, 2013

Local Farmers Promise Plentiful Fall Harvest

Regional Farmers Market
Credit John Smith / WAER

The fall harvest season has finally arrived, along with the Harvest Moon, and Central New Yorkers can look forward to a bountiful produce selection as cooler weather sets in.  

Farmers gathered at the Syracuse Regional Farmers’ Market on Thursday to sell fruits and vegetables with the familiar tastes of fall.  Wayne Haas, of Farmer Haas in Onondaga, worked for the Syracuse Fire Department for 30 years and decided to farm his land when he retired:

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Affordable Health Care Act
6:05 pm
Wed September 18, 2013

Health Care Act Enrollment Begins for Central New Yorkers

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Central New Yorkers will be among 2.4 million residents statewide who can start enrolling for some form of financial help as parts of the Affordable Healthcare Act kick in. Beginning October 1, 2013 individuals are able to enroll and secure financial benefits, which begin at the start of 2014.


Ron Pollack, with Families USA, says most will be eligible for financial help:
 

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I-81
6:23 pm
Tue September 17, 2013

Business Group Urges More Community Engagement on the Future of I-81

A portion of I-81 in Syracuse now.

Local business leadership organization, Centerstate CEO, wants the community to work together and ask more questions before settling on a solution for the new I-81 viaduct through Syracuse. Centerstate C-E-O is laying out principles and priorities for the one-billion dollar decision that will impact the area for the next 75 years or more.

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