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- Michael A. Bottar Selected For Inclusion In The Best Lawyers In...
... Plaintiffs." Bottar received his undergraduate degree from Colgate University, and is a summa cum laude graduate of Syracuse University College of Law where is an an adjunct professor and authors the "Civil Practice" chapter of the Syracuse Law ...
- Winning New York Lottery numbers for Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014
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- Syracuse Chiefs fall to Lehigh Valley 5-4; IL North race with Pawtucket tightens
The Syracuse Chiefs return home for a two-game set against Rochester on Wednesday with the chance to close out a playoff spot but still trying to pin down that elusive International League North title.
- ACC Coaches Weekly Press Conference (8/26): Quotes from Syracuse's Scott Shafer
... of today's questions were honed in on expectations for the season opener. It's likely you're more focused on what Syracuse head coach Scott Shafer says each week. But if you're curious about the other 13 coaches and what THEY said to the media, you ...
- Under Armour Elite 24 showcases top talent, St. John's targets sit with injuries
... the city. We've seen young stars leave New York for rivaling schools like Villanova, Pittsburgh and Syracuse. However,, on Saturday - at least for now - this wasn't the case as the country's best high school basketball players flocked to Brooklyn to ...
- Police identify man found dead in Otisco Lake
... kayakers. Douglas Axe is the father of Brent Axe, a sports commentator and community engagement specialist for the Syracuse Media Group. The sheriff's office said that Douglas Axe was found in about six to 10 feet of water off the west shore of the ...
- Auburn avenges Monday's loss, takes down FM at home
... didn't play much for the Maroon's last year but Franchina said Clark is confident right now. He shot a 39 against Syracuse on Friday and his performance on Tuesday likely earned himself a regular spot in Franchina's lineup. Franchina expects rounds ...
- Football camp report: Bishop Ludden Gaelic Knights
... sophomore lineman Alex Carbonaro played rugby. For two years, he's played both sports. He's a member of the Syracuse Silverbacks Rugby Club in addition to playing football at Ludden. At the moment, Carbonaro is sidelined with a chest injury. He ...
- Redshirt freshman Austin Wilson wins Syracuse football backup quarterback job
Redshirt freshman quarterback Austin Wilson will be the backup quarterback entering the season for Syracuse, SU quarterbacks coach Tim Lester said on Tuesday.
- Syracuse city council takes up quest to make sidewalks more affordable and walkable
Frustrated with the state of city sidewalks, Syracuse councilors promised tonight that they will meet monthly in hopes of finding a way to improve the condition of sidewalks and to get them cleared of snow in the winter.
- Voices from public hearing on the proposed Onondaga Lake amphitheater
... County Legislature on a proposed amphitheater on the western shore of Onondaga Lake. (Michelle Breidenbach) SYRACUSE, N.Y. - At a public hearing Tuesday night, about a dozen residents gave the Onondaga County Legislature their opinions on the ...
- Preservation group to Congress: Save historic tax credit
The Preservation League of New York State is worried Congress will kill a tax credit it says has saved many old buildings, including some in Syracuse, from the wrecking ball.
- New York State Fair's 'perfect' burger? Winner fills it with fair foods
... Ice Cream Burger -- in which Perry's Vanilla Ice Cream was added to the patty. Second prize went to Peter Apgar of Syracuse, for his "Chipotle Mole Burger,: which also won the prizer as the "juiciest" burger. His falvorful and zesty burger was ...
- In 1815, The US Tried to Build the Largest Warship in the World on Lake Ontario
... in place until 1883. It was then that the US Navy sold the rotting remains of the obsolete hulk to a merchant in Syracuse, New York. By that time, US-British relations had and the possibility of war between the two nations seemed unlikely. The ...
- Syracuse Daily Links - Cross Country is No. 1, Villanova Game May be Televised
The Syracuse cross country teams will enter the 2014 season with similarly high expectations as both programs occupy the No.
- Thousands affected by power failure in northern Onondaga County
Almost all of the people without power are in the town of Cicero, were 3,238 customers are affected. Just under 500 customers don't have power in the town of Clay. Fewer than 100 customers are without power in the village of North Syracuse.
- Syracuse football recruiting: CB Daivon Ellison says he is '100 percent' committed (recruiting updates)
... talking to me to keep me focused!" While Ellison said that he informed the coaching staff of his decision to choose Syracuse on Sunday, a source said that he gave a silent verbal commitment earlier in the summer. And this tweet from director of ...
- Brief burst of summer slips back into early fall in CNY
... end. Wednesday could bring some rain showers. Sun returns Thursday, but high temperatures will be in the low 70s in Syracuse. Thursday night could drop as low as 52 -- more typical of mid-September than late August.
- Syracuse police brutality case: Agreement close for man who claims innocence to resisting arrest
San Francisco lawyer Charles Bonner with Syracuse resident Alonzo Grant outside the Syracuse Public Safety Building before a court appearance.
- Ralph M. Hartz
Ralph M. Hartz, 84, of Watertown, passed away August 26, 2014 at University Hospital in Syracuse.