Ouster of doc accused of slapping patients' butts hurts Syracuse hospital's bottom line
The suspension of a high-volume surgeon accused of slapping anesthetized patients on the buttocks has cost a Syracuse hospital millions of dollars in lost business.
Sat Aug 30, 2014
I-81 views: Let's think boldly about the future of the interstate, says comptroller candidate (Your letters)
This may not be the least expensive option nor the easiest to construct, but the DOT owes it to our community to analyze Access Syracuse.
Your wake up forecast for Saturday August 30, 2014
Temperatures: 58-68A for most of central New York, 50-60A for some rural areas outside of Onondaga County.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Investigation continues into death of 6-year-old girl, injury of 14-year-old at Salina home
Deputies are waiting for the medical examiner's report to determine what killed a six-year-old Salina girl and critically injured her 14-year-old brother.
One child found dead, another seriously hurt in Salina home
A horrifying scene in Salina this morning, as a 6-year-old child is dead and her 14-year-old brother seriously injured.
Does state have money just waiting for you to claim? Web site back up
Someone or some group in Central New York has a check or abandoned account worth $308,494 waiting for them to claim from the state.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Syracuse brothers, uncle found in Wayne County with stolen construction equipment, police say
Wayne County sheriff's deputies stopped the two brothers and their uncle for speeding along Route 104 in the town of Huron Wednesday around 3 a.m. During the stop, deputies saw items in the car that appeared to have been stolen from a construction site.
Several area restaurants and eateries fail health inspections, others pass for the week of 8/10-8/16
There are several new Onondaga County restaurants and eateries on the failed health inspection list for the week of 8/10-8/16, while others passed.
Oswego plans more aerial spraying of mosquitoes Saturday night
More aerial spraying of mosquitoes will take place this weekend in Oswego County after more of the bugs tested positive for the potentially deadly Eastern equine encephalitis virus.
Traffic Alert: Syracuse roads blocked after several crashes downtown
The left lane of Interstate 690 is blocked near Exit 10 to Geddes Street due to an accident, the New York State Department of Transportation reported.
Save81 flier bashes boulevard option in favor of I-81 plan backed by Destiny USA
A street-level replacement of Interstate 81 would clog city streets with traffic and pollution, cost the area jobs and slow ambulance trips to hospitals, according to a mailing that endorses another I-81 plan backed by Destiny USA.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Counties net park plans
Fulton County and the Montgomery County Industrial Development Agency last week received nearly $100,000 in low professional proposals to do preliminary work at the proposed regional business park site.
Bystanders chase down, throw coffee at man fleeing Centro Hub with 67-year-old woman's wallet
Bystanders who chased down and threw hot coffee at a suspect helped catch the man who stole a 67-year-old woman's wallet from her at Syracuse Centro Transit Hub.
More Evidence Of Triple E In Onondaga County
Onondaga County Interim Health Commissioner, Michelle Mignano, announced today that the New York State Department of Health's laboratory has reported finding additional evidence of Eastern Equine Encephalitis virus in five mosquito pools.
More EEE found in Cicero
More evidence of EEE in Onondaga County, as the health department reports five new positive tests in mosquito pools in and around the Cicero Swamp.
Press & Sun-Bulletin
Former Binghamton priest admits to child porn
Former Binghamton priest admits to child porn The guilty plea was entered Wednesday in Onondaga County Court Check out this story on pressconnects.com: http://press.sn/1tJV5Bp A former Binghamton area priest pleaded guilty Wednesday in Onondaga County Court to six felony counts of possessing a sexual performance by a child.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Police identify man found dead in Otisco Lake
The Onondaga County Sheriff's Office said 68-year-old Douglas Axe, of Camillus, was found floating in the lake around 2:30 p.m. by a pair of kayakers.
Madison County DOH Answers Questions About Aerial Spraying [AUDIO]
It is the first time, officials say, since 2005 that Madison County has conducted aerial spraying for mosquitoes in the area.
Albany Times Union
Antonacci joins in the debate challenge vs DiNapoli,
It's debate season, or make that debate challenge season. Democratic gubernatorial challenger Zephyr Teachout has been pounding Gov. Andrew Cuomo on his apparent reluctance to debate her before the Sept.
Not so fast: There are signs the North Side of Syracuse is improving
In response to letters to the editor about conditions on the North Side by Cheryl Van Valkenburgh and Melanie Tymofy published recently on syracuse.com and in The Post-Standard, I would like to present an alternative viewpoint.