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SyraQs: The Reverend wants to end the “nurseries of hate”: A native of Syracuse, the Rev. H. Bernard Alex is the Senior Pastor of Victory Temple Fellowship Church in Syracuse. Alex, 60, has been a civil and human rights leader in central New York, serving, among other ways, as president of the Syracuse chapter of the National Action Network chapter. He sat down with syracuse.com recently to talk about the hardest part of being a minister, why he loves to sing and how he strives to be a community “transformer.” (Photo by Dennis Nett)
Weedsport man arrested for posing as a DEC police officer and stealing a rifle from a hunter: A 24-year-old Weedsport man is facing five felony charges after authorities arrested him for posing as a Department of Environmental Conservation police officer and stealing a rifle from a squirrel hunter in Cayuga County. The schemer simulated a phone call with the local sheriff’s department and then took the victim’s .22 rifle, claiming it was “illegal” under New York State’s new gun laws.
CNY Woman Shot by Her Deputy Husband in Murder-Suicide Selling Riverfront Home for Huge Price: Karen Eames, the widow of an Onondaga County sheriff’s deputy who shot her in the face, killed her son and then took her own life, is selling the family home where the murder-suicide occurred. Eames, who spent 10 days in a hospital after nearly dying, has been charged with several felonies and is accused of helping her husband orchestrate the theft of $529,166 from sheriff’s office accounts. Usually, paying back stolen money can go a long way toward reducing any potential punishment, and Karen Eames is sitting on a beautiful property on the Oneida River that authorities say she and her husband built with stolen money.
The developer of ShoppingTown asks the county agency to exercise eminent domain:The development group that wants to transform the defunct ShoppingTown Mall into a residential, retail and entertainment center has asked a county agency to use its powers of eminent domain to help make the proposed $400 million project a reality.
From apples to marijuana? You’ve probably never heard of Ayrloom products, but there’s a good chance you will soon, especially if you plan to buy marijuana in New York State. Ayrloom is the brand of marijuana-infused beverages, edibles and vaping products that will be produced by a company called Gen V Labs in LaFayette. Haven’t you ever heard of Gen V Labs either? It is a new company owned by the family that also operates Beak & Skiff. Why are apple orchard owners poised to make it in the new legal marijuana industry?
- Oneida Indian Nation to launch the marijuana business, including sales.
Looking to the future
Plan your week: Fall officially kicks off at 9:03 pm on Thursday night, but that doesn’t mean the entertainment options in downtown New York are diminishing at all. There are events every day this week, including concerts, stage shows, stand-up comedy, food festivals and more.
- 2 members of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will perform together in a concert in Syracuse
Buffalo Bills fullback Reggie Gilliam (41) celebrates after his 11-yard touchdown reception opened the scoring in Monday night’s game against the Tennessee Titans. The Bills would go on to crush the Titans 41-7 at Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park, NY. (AP Photo/Matt Durisko)
Another dominant win for the Bills: Two weeks into the NFL season, and the Buffalo Bills already have two blowout wins in national television games. The Bills followed up their Week 1 loss to the Rams by dismantling the Tennessee Titans on Monday Night Football, with Josh Allen throwing four touchdown passes — three to Stefon Diggs — in a 41-7 laughout at Highmark Stadium.
- Report Card: Bills make Derrick Henry look normal; allen dominates
- Bills’ Dane Jackson leaves game in ambulance after terrifying blow to neck
Will Adam Weitsman bring millionaire recruits to Syracuse? Adam Weitsman, Syracuse University’s most famous sports booster, has decided to get involved in the name, image, and likeness (NIL) space and will offer $1 million per year to a five-star football player and a five-star basketball player. stars to represent your companies. Weitsman said he plans to target athletes with high-voltage name recognition who are “role models.”
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