Category Archives: Northern New York

  • How Micron Technology opportunities could extend east to Utica and Albany

    There’s excitement on SUNY Polytechnic Institute campuses for Micron Technology’s plan to build a chip plant in Onondaga County.

  • Onondaga Historical Association using history to bridge present-day COVID learning gap

    Seeing, hearing and engaging in history helps with critical thinking skills, according to experts.

  • Micron project presents opportunities — and challenges — for CNY workforce

    Micron Technology’s $100 billion chip-producing plant will produce 50,000 jobs over the next 20 years, officials said.

  • Syracuse sorority ‘adopts’ elementary class to mentor, support

    Younger students have been struggling with learning loss and other anxieties in school. This year, a local organization is hoping to lend a hand.

  • How old CDs are being used to make potentially life-saving devices

    The thin-metallic layer in a compact disc could be converted into a wearable biosensor.

  • With 211 calls at all-time highs, Broome County unveils text option

    The line supports calls for help with mental health, housing assistance and more.

  • NY state’s expanded, full-day pre-K programs in full swing

    There is a new full-day program at ESM.

  • New NY laws concerning education, the Holocaust mean a lot to survivors

    Gov. Kathy Hochul this month signed a legislative package that bolsters support for Holocaust survivors in cultural and financial institutions.

  • East Syracuse Minoa High School to be remote Monday after anonymous threat

    Local police have investigated the threat and have deemed it not credible.

  • Rep. Liz Cheney to speak at Syracuse University on Oct. 3

    The event is a ticketed one.