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EMPTY DINING ROOMS: Diners, like many small businesses, are trying to adapt to the changes brought about by the COVID-19 virus. Since the state ordered restaurants to close their dining rooms, many diners have offered take-out and delivery services. A recent visit to some guests from the Syracuse region found teams of skeletons preparing the favorite dishes of their regular customers. See more photos of Syracuse guests and how they are coping with the pandemic. (Photo by Michael Greenlar)
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Onondaga County: 48 new cases, 7 in critical condition: Onondaga County now has 194 confirmed cases of coronavirus, Onondaga County Director Ryan McMahon said Sunday, adding that the youngest person to test positive was 14, six were adolescents and nearly a quarter of the county’s cases involved people in their twenties.
The danger of viruses creates more danger for some: The coronavirus pandemic has trapped victims of domestic violence in the home with those who abuse it, said Colleen O’Brien, deputy director of Vera House. They no longer have a reprieve from violence and the limited opportunities they once had to seek help safely have diminished. But that does not mean that the victims should lose hope.
Real estate agents test their creativity: It is possible to buy a house while the coronavirus is stopped. But it looks like this: there are no open days. Buyers cannot go inside and admire the view from the kitchen window. An inspector cannot enter either. Sellers can list their homes, but they must take their own photos. An agent cannot meet a client in person. So how is an agreement made?
Help in difficult times: Two local hospitals raised more than $ 10,000 in a few days to support patients, nurses and other staff whose lives have been disrupted by the new pandemic of coronavirus.
The neighbors help the neighbors: After hearing stories of people hoarding food and stores with nothing on the shelves, Rosealee Sperduti and Eric Skinner of Camillus decided to take action and launch the “Little Italian Table Market”. The rules: Need something? Take it. Have something? Leave it all items for free.
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Boxing Hall Inductions Canceled: The International Boxing Hall of Fame in Canastota has announced that the induction ceremony scheduled for this summer will not take place and that the 2020 and 2021 classes will be held together next summer.
What future for SU football? From the shortened spring bale to the ramifications of time lost during summer conditioning to the possible changes to the season itself, there is much to consider – including whether or not there will be a season.
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ANOTHER STOP ON OUR FRY FISH TOUR: Is there something like premium haddock? If there is one, we found it at the 10th stop on our CNY fish frying circuit, The Fish Friar. Find out what makes it unique. (Photo by Charlie Miller)
Pipes burst at the town hall: A broken pipe released enough water to cause more than $ 100,000 in damage to Syracuse town hall last week, a city official confirmed this weekend.
Suspect in confrontation assignments: A man suspected of having shot a police officer put his rifle to the ground on Saturday morning and surrendered, ending a 12-hour deadlock in Cortland.
Do you want to do yoga? Massena Yoga Studio can generally accommodate 10 people. Last Saturday, instructor Allison Smith hosted a Frozen-themed yoga session for kids on Facebook Live. She dressed like Anna, with the character’s braids and cape. She didn’t realize until after the session that 6,400 people watched it live.
Man dies in motorbike accident in Syracuse
Syracuse SWAT team called to Frisbee court for gunshot investigation
Illinois transfer Alan Griffin contemplates Syracuse basketball (report)
House in Pompey: $ 509,000: See the list of 123 houses for sale in Onondaga County (Exclusive subscriber)
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