An empty Barry Park as the hot day reaches its peak and everyone avoids being outside to stay cool.

Extreme Heat in Central New York Leads to Extreme Caution

SYRACUSE, N.Y.  (NCCNews) — A heat advisory is in effect for the city of  Syracuse as temperatures are expected to hit triple digits with humidity, something Central New Yorkers have unfortunately been getting used to. It’s not easy to stay cool, especially with the humidity cutting through the clouds like a knife. Trying to beat the…

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Exhibit Explores Harriet Tubman’s Life in Auburn

AUBURN, N.Y. (NCC News)  — Harriet Tubman spent 54 years in New York. Essentially it was another life from the one she previously lived working the underground railroad. Why here? That question is being answered by the Cayuga Museum of History and Art in an exhibit titled, “Auburn in Harriet Tubman’s Time.” Karyn Radcliffe serves…

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Adrian College ACHA Men’s D1 Program Opens Season with ‘Banner Night’

Arrington Ice Arena has been dormant since April and has had capacity restrictions for over a year. However, all of that changed on September 24, when the Adrian College ACHA Men’s Division 1 hockey team took the ice against the University of Cincinnati (ACHA Division 2).  More than just a hockey game was happening on…

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Energy of Homecoming Rallies Bulldogs to Victory

The Adrian College football team certainly did not expect to start 0-2 on the year. But after two tough games against Heidelberg and Hanover, that is exactly where the Bulldogs found themselves.  Needing to head in a different direction, Adrian found itself ready to host the Panthers of Greenville on Saturday, September 18. The team…

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