May 11, 2017 - 12:04am
Many Syracuse residents have relied on corner stores for groceries. Now, a regional chain has opened its doors.

Breaking the ground for the construction of a new building is not much of a grand occasion.

“Normally the only people that go to those are us and the developers and maybe a couple of politicians,” said Jim Dorey, executive vice president of Price Rite Supermarkets.

September 14, 2016 - 8:32pm
Anthony Harper is no stranger to the violence in Syracuse and is rallying his community together to create change.

Anthony Harper sits on a bench near Mountain Park Avenue, hunched over his phone, wearing a black baseball cap, a gray tank top, dark blue denim, and light brown work boots. He stands up, he is 6-feet 5-inches. His arms stretch out like tree trunks with hands the size of catcher’s mitts. His arms are sculpted with hard muscles and tattooed with thick black lines that swirled around his shoulder blades and on to his chest.