More loved ones will be pressed into service with Alzheimer's on the rise
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Alf Jacques, a traditional Onondaga, learned from his father 50 years ago to make lacrosse sticks.
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New quarterback. New uniforms. New league.
Now the search for a new home for the Samaritan Center feeding program starts again from square one.
Everyone likes a party. But in politics, we like parties less and less.
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Kevin Richberg has gazed into the abyss - twice...
A neighborhood uprising appears to have halted, at least for the moment
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Some would cut aid that helps the poor eat