1st Syracuse Bakers Expo to connect bakers to community, raise money for nonprofits
23 local bakers will table at the event on Thursday night.
Riding the bus: Centro bus driver Albert Anderson shares his story
Centro bus drivers like Albert Anderson are trying to make sure riders get where they need to go.
Central Current to host ‘pop-up newsroom’ at Petit Branch Library
Central Current reporters and staff hope to find out issues and concerns that matter to the community.
ARTS & CULTURE
Wildflowers celebrates $1 million revenue milestone, status as Syracuse’s ‘Etsy in real life’
The profits have helped maintain a communal space in the heart of downtown Syracuse for artisans to sell their handcrafted merchandise, volunteer and support other artists, at the corner of Fayette and Salina streets.
Syracuse mural pays tribute to city’s youngest lost to gun violence
Named “A Playground in Heaven,” the artwork features Brexialee Torres-Ortiz, Kihary Blue, Dior Harris and Rashaad Walker Jr.
Reflecting on One Year of War: a Syracuse resident’s journey through Ukraine
Feb. 24 marked a year since Russia declared war on Ukraine. For ten months, Oleg Grabovyy left his home in Syracuse to help defend his native country. He spent time interpreting, training brigades of soldiers and delivering humanitarian aid.
Inside Onondaga County’s problem with virtual arraignments
Advocates say virtual arraignments held in Syracuse City Court infringe on defendants’ rights.
Point in Time count quantifies homelessness in Syracuse
PIT counts take place all over the country during a 24-hour period in late January.
How a mysterious stone carving has secured a new home at the Onondaga Nation Arena
The mysterious Mohawk stone carving tread thousands of miles, somehow winding up at its new home among the Onondaga Nation.
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Central Current editor-in-chief joins Campbell Conversations
Central Current’s founding editor-in-chief Julie McMahon joined Grant Reeher of Campbell Conversations recently.
Join Central Current for virtual town hall
Tell a friend (or two) to join us for an evening of dialogue, questions and answers with Central Current’s editorial and business staff.
Central Current hires Sarah Dolgin to report on culture, data, local news
Central Current is pleased to announce the hiring of part-time reporter Sarah Dolgin, who will support coverage for sections including Arts & Culture and Justice & Equity.