WAER News Round up: June 27-July 01
If you didn't have time to keep up with the news locally or across the state last week, WAER has you covered.
Governor Kathy Hochul won Democratic primary in New York and was outlying her plan to address the U.S. Supreme Court on carrying a concealed weapon. Meanwhile, Over 1,000 acres of land will be returned to Onondaga County. Find out more with the WAER News Round-up:
The Syracuse City Redistricting Commission has released its final proposed map of the city's Common Council districts. The full and district maps are available online but will also be on display.
New York Governor Kathy Hochul won Tuesday’s democratic primary, and she’ll face Long Island Congressman Lee Zeldin in the November election.
An agreement between New York State, the United States, and Onondaga Nation governments returns more than 1,000 acres to the Onondaga Nation.
Dr. Casey Crabill is retiring from her position as president of Onondaga Community College at the end of the month. WAER’s Scott Willis sat down with Crabill to talk about her time at OCC and what’s next for her.
Dr. Indu Gupta reflects on her seven years as Onondaga County Health Commissioner and discusses ongoing health concerns the community faces.
Syracuse University’s Veteran’s Legal Clinic was helping those suffering from PTSD and seeking benefits from the VA.
Another summer jazz event is making a comeback in Syracuse. The Northeast Jazz and Wine Festival is coming up in July for the first time.