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LONGTIME SYRACUSE VOLUNTEER DIES AT 103: Earnestine Williams, the Southside Syracuse woman who lived during two major pandemics and volunteered even after she turned 100, has died of natural causes at age 103, her grandson said. Williams (above, in April) lived through one major pandemic, the Spanish flu of 1918, as a baby. Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon shared her story during a news conference earlier this year, reminding the community whom measures such as mask-wearing and social distancing are designed to protect. “She spent her final hours joyful with her family, thankful,” grandson Reginald Williams said. (Nolan Weidner photo)
Syracuse University lifts quarantine at residence hall: About 80 Syracuse University students quarantined in their dormitory since Sunday were allowed to leave their rooms and resume normal activities Monday after they all tested negative for coronavirus.
… but a CNY kindergarten class and teacher are quarantined: A class of 12 kindergarten students and their teacher at an elementary school in the Onondaga Central School District are under quarantine after a child in the class tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
Two Syracuse schools report staff coronavirus cases to the state
Library first target of Onondaga County layoffs: Onondaga County on Friday furloughed 19 full-time employees and laid off seven more, County Executive Ryan McMahon said, in a first wave of job cuts to contend with a budget crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
MORE ON CORONAVIRUS
1 dead, 1 hospitalized after possible carbon monoxide poisoning:A woman has died and a Syracuse police officer is hospitalized in critical condition in what state police said was a possible case of carbon monoxide poisoning aboard a boat in Sylvan Beach.
CNY judge accused of harassing women: Family Court Judge Michael Hanuszczak kissed two employees against their will, asked them out for secret dates, discussed his marital problems and tried to convince one to serve on a political campaign, a judicial watchdog has found. An Onondaga County judge for two decades, Hanuszczak, 64, of Camillus, retired suddenly, effective Monday.
A driver’s wild dash, a race to save students: Kelley and John O’Hora awoke early Saturday morning after a loud crash that sounded almost like a gunshot. A boy was screaming. The couple rushed outside to find a horrific scene in their front yard in Oswego County. They saw a girl’s body at the end of the driveway. Several feet away, they found a badly injured boy. “Hang on, man,” Kelley O’Hora remembers her husband telling the boy.
SUPER IN A BOWL? Remember “Flutie Flakes” and “Kelly Krunch” breakfast cereals? Well, Josh Allen follows in the footsteps of those former Buffalo Bills quarterbacks with his “Josh’s Jaqs.” Find out where you can pick up a box. (Photo courtesy PSB Sports & Entertainment)
“It feels like a crapshoot”: NCAA rulings leave SU transfer frustrated: Chris Bleich, who transferred from Florida to Syracuse, did all he could to prepare to help the Orange offensive line improve this season. Then the NCAA delivered some bad news.
SU QB’s story of survival: Syracuse backup quarterback Rex Culpepper delivered the highlight of the young season for the Orange with a 69-yard touchdown pass Saturday afternoon at Pittsburgh. With little going right for SU amid an 0-2 start, Culpepper, a cancer survivor, is the easiest thing to like about this team.
Slain man’s family believes death was case of mistaken identity
Katko, Balter disagree on timing of Supreme Court replacement
… and (not surprisingly) so do Brindisi, Tenney
Syracuse man critically wounded in shooting at apartment complex
Raymour & Flanigan looks to hire 1,000: Here’s how to apply
Early voting in CNY: Times, locations for 6 Syracuse-area counties
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