Cornell University requiring masks inside all campus buildings, facilities

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Growing concerns over the rise in the delta COVID-19 variant have led one university in Tompkins County to update their mask requirements. Cornell University in Ithaca says they will be requiring all faculty, staff, and students as well as visitors to wear a mask when inside all campus buildings and facilities. University officials say the…

COVID vaccine clinic being held this week in Steuben County

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If you're looking to get vaccinated this week in Steuben County, the county health department is teaming up with SUNY Corning Community College to host a vaccine clinic. The clinic will be held on Wednesday, August 4 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Health Education Center located at 132 Denison Parkway East.  Both…

Syracuse Police: 1 dead in truck rollover crash on 1-81

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Police in Syracuse are investigating a fatal truck rollover crash. Officials say they were called just after noon Saturday to Interstate 81 northbound near the Butternut Street Overpass where a dump truck carrying asphalt rolled over.  Police have identified the driver as Wally Hicks, 66, of Pennsylvania. Police say Hicks was partially ejected from the…

Empire State Ride takes hundreds of cyclists across NY for

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Some cyclists are going the extra mile for cancer research. More than 225 cyclists completed their journey of 558 miles across New York for Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center on Saturday. Over the past week, riders have made their way through the Hudson Valley, Albany, Utica and Syracuse, before ending in Niagara Falls. This year…

Move out date extended for some residents of Utica’s Olbiston

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Friday marked the deadline for everyone to be out of the Olbiston Apartments in Utica, but some tenants have been given an extension. The mayor says the city is giving them the weekend to work with agencies to help the remaining two to three tenants move. Earlier this month, the city asked tenants to leave…

The Climb fundraiser returns to downtown Syracuse

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A popular fundraiser is returning to the Salt City. Organizers announcing "The Climb" will be at the State Tower Building on November 26. The fundraiser, held by "On My Team 16," raises money to help families dealing with pediatric cancer and honors those who lost their lives to it. Participants will be climbing all 20…

Entrepreneurs find inspiration to create Run It To The Summit

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The past year, many people feel like they’ve been running uphill during the COVID-19 pandemic, while others have pushed ahead to success in the societal shifts. Now, two small start-up New York businesses are celebrating that entrepreneurial spirit by teaming up to create a unique local running event, the inaugural “Run It To The Summit,”…

Team spirit spells success for Holland Patent field hockey

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In sports, a dynasty is a team that dominates their sport for an extended period of time. The Holland Patent field hockey team fits that description. The squad, featuring "Anna and Hanna," will be heading to Cortland in a few weeks. “Going to college is scary, but now that I’m going with my best friend,…

Redistricting process for CNY, Southern Tier to begin this week

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The redistricting process for Central New York, the Southern Tier, and the North Country is set to get underway later this week. This only happens once every 10 years, after the U.S. Census is completed. An independent redistricting commission is in charge of drawing the boundaries that make up both congressional and state legislative districts. …

Effort continues to vaccinate Syracuse, park by park

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The Centers for Disease and Prevention (CDC) is recommending wearing a mask indoors, regardless of vaccination status; if you live in a county where community transmission is considered substantial, or high. Onondaga County is now on that list. A vaccination series in Syracuse is bringing shots closer to those who haven’t gotten one yet. The…