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Week in Review

Sunday, June 19th, 2016
A ground breaking ceremony was held on South Avenue for the planned Price Rite store.

A ground breaking ceremony was held at 601 South Avenue for the planned Price Rite grocery store on Friday. The property was formerly home to a Loblaws supermarket. The area, located in the city’s southwest side, is considered a food desert.

Fit City

Saturday, June 18th, 2016
Retired SU Dean Melvin Stith participated in the Metro Zumba class in Clinton Square earlier this week.

When it comes to everyone being in shape, Syracuse means business. Former SU Dean Melvin Stith participated in the Zumba class in Clinton Square earlier this week. 

Hawley-Greenery

Saturday, June 18th, 2016
Lacy's Lunchbox, Green Street

Lacy’s Lunchbox, Green Street. 

Saturday the Hawley-Green section of the city will hold house tours for several properties. The neighborhood, which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979, offers a suburban feel near downtown Syracuse.

Indoor Transportation

Wednesday, June 15th, 2016
Those Animals Scooters

Cruising the Canyon on Those Animals

Shape Up

Wednesday, June 15th, 2016
Wednesday Workout

It must be summer. Wednesday workouts with Metro Fitness, featuring (Zumba) instructor Lynn Underwood, have began in Clinton Square. The group also organizes sunrise Yoga and evening hula hoop work outs. Metro choose Clinton Square because it is considered public hub/heart of the the city.

Team Building

Monday, June 6th, 2016
Higher Heights

Climbing to Higher heights

Special thanks to Mercy Works, Inc., the courageous students of Synergy, and the Syracuse University Outdoor Education Center staff for introducing us to the Challenge Course.

What will you do with your summer vacation?

Hang On

Just Above the City

The New Tao of Leadership

Friday, June 3rd, 2016

According to Ray Blackwell of the Syracuse Boys & Girls Club, the best kind of leaders are servant leaders. During an appearance at the Public Service Leadership Academy @ Fowler High School, he said that the keys to servant leadership are generosity, humility and compassion.

Syracuse Architectural Digest: Street Level Design

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016
712 East Fayette Street (Almond Corridor)

712 East Fayette Street (Almond Corridor)

Week in Review

Sunday, May 22nd, 2016
Bishop Reginald McGill and Dr. Cynthia McGill from Rochester visited Syracuse for a conference on Saturday afternoon.

Bishop Reginald McGill and Dr. Cynthia McGill from Rochester visited Syracuse for a conference on Saturday. The McGills, who have been married for over 40 years, lead New Life Fellowship.

Syracuse Architectural Digest: Re-Thinking Blight

Tuesday, May 17th, 2016
Despite what we see sometimes, housing is one of our most under appreciated assets.

Despite what we see sometimes, housing is one of our most under appreciated assets.

We finally got a look at the Syracuse Land Bank’s portfolio of available residential and commercial properties. We wonder how soon they will coordinate with a company to do actual vacant house tours. In Pittsburgh this is something they are actually doing now.