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Cicero-North Syracuse vs.  Fayetteville-Manlius in girls varsity volleyball

FM TOPS C-NS IN REMATCH OF SECTIONAL FINAL: Grace Crooks of Cicero-North Syracuse attempts a kill shot as Rebekah Beasley and Lena Hansen of Fayetteville-Manlius prepare to block in a girls varsity volleyball match Tuesday at Cicero-North Syracuse High School. FM won the match, a rematch of last year’s Class AA sectional final, in four sets. (Mark DiOrio photo)

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Start building homes now to handle Micron’s coming population surge, Ryan McMahon says: Construction of the Syracuse area’s first chip fab is more than a year away. But Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon is already exhorting home builders, developers and the public to make way for Micron Technology and the growth it will bring.

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See the incentives that helped lure Micron to Central New York: Micron Technology is eligible to receive at least $9 billion in federal, state and local incentives if it fulfills its promise to spend up to $100 billion building a complex of computer chip plants in the town of Clay. The final total will depend on how much Micron builds, how many jobs the company creates and whether it meets government requirements for the incentives. Here’s a breakdown of the incentives publicly disclosed so far from each level of government.

A look at the new Onondaga County budget: The Onondaga County Legislature on Tuesday approved a $1.4 billion budget for 2023 that reduces the property tax rate by 11%, saving the typical homeowner about $100 a year. The reduction is the largest in at least a decade. Here’s a look at what’s in the budget.

Tearful wife of Clay deputy in murder-suicide appears in court: The wife of an Onondaga County sheriff’s deputy, who was shot in the face during her husband’s murder-suicide in February, appeared in court Tuesday facing charges of her own related to more than a half-million in thefts from the sheriff’s office coffers. Karen Eames is accused of knowingly going along with her husband Isaac’s scheme to steal nearly $530,000 from the sheriff’s office coffers before his murder-suicide that also left their son, Troy, dead.

SU gets approval for JMA Dome signs that will change city skyline:Syracuse University on Tuesday night received approval from the City Planning Commission to move forward with a plan to put five signs around the exterior of the JMA Dome, including one that will change the city skyline and likely serve as an unofficial community landmark.

Looking Ahead

Popular DeWitt restaurants to close: The Peachtree Sandwich Company, known for its house-cured bacon, smoked brisket and homemade focaccia bread, will serve its final meal this week — but it’s not because business is bad. The takeout restaurant, which opened in 2021, was an instant success and remained popular until the end. A line often stretched onto the sidewalk each day at lunchtime. Here’s why the popular spot is closing.

CNY congressional race is tight heading into the campaign’s final weeks:Democrat Francis Conole and Republican Brandon Williams are locked in a dead heat in their race for Central New York’s seat in Congress, according to a poll commissioned by Conole’s campaign.


It’s been a long time since there was a Top 20 football game at the Dome: Mikel Jones was celebrating his 22nd birthday when he spoke with media Tuesday about No. 18 Syracuse’s impending game against No. 15 NC State on Saturday. The last top-20 matchup inside the Dome was SU’s 1998 season opener. Jones, like most of Syracuse’s current roster, wasn’t even alive yet when it took place. “That’s a long time.”

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Who are Section III’s most improved football players? The end of the fall sports regular season is on the horizon and there are plenty of players that have shown a vast improvement over the course of the year. With the season nearing its end, we polled Section III coaches for their picks for the most improved players on their team. Here are the results.


In Brief

Seller exploits NY gun-buyback loophole with 3D printer, makes $21,000

Syracuse radio host Ted Long shares sad update on wife’s health battle

Animal rights group claims abuse at turkey producer founded in CNY

Syracuse Common Council OKs $150K settlement in police brutality claim

Angela Lansbury, star of ‘Murder, She Wrote,’ ‘Beauty and the Beast’ and Broadway, dies at 96

Adams man faked death of son for money, troopers say

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