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New Times Awards

Syracuse New Times wins awards

The Syracuse New Times, one of the oldest alternative weeklies in the United States, walked away with another cache of awards from the 37th annual Syracuse Press Club Awards and the New York Press Association “Better Newspaper Contest” for our coverage throughout 2014.

Serving more than 80,000 readers each week in print, and more than 30,000 readers each week online, our deep roots in the arts, entertainment, dining and community events gives our readers a chance to (re) discover Central New York each week. Special congratulations to our writers and contributors who continue to place us at the top of the heap and thank you to our readers who continue to critique and appreciate our work.

Syracuse Press Club

Investigative Story
First Place: Ed Griffin-Nolan, “Could this happen here?
Second Place: Ed Griffin-Nolan, “Exerting influence

News Feature / Series
Second Place: Renee Gadoua and Michael Davis, “One in four women will be raped

Second Place: Ed Griffin-Nolan, “Why can’t Save 81 just tell the truth?

First Place: Larry Dietrich, “Missing in action on the campaign trail

Headline Writing
First Place: Bill DeLapp

Sports Photo
Second Place: Michael Davis, “Rugby

Second Place: Michael Davis, “Colin Aberdeen

Front Page Design
Second Place: Caitlin O’Donnell and Meaghan Arbital

Multimedia Story
First Place: Michelle Van Dalen and Ty Marshal, “Do you see this man?

New York Press Association

Coverage of Education (Division 3)
First Place: Ed Griffin-Nolan

Coverage of the Arts (Division 2)
Third Place: James MacKillop, Jessica Novak, Patrick Hoskin and staff

Coverage of Crime/Police/Courts (Division 2)
Second Place: Amanda Seef, Renee Gadoua and Casey Fabris

News Story (Division 3)
First Place: Michelle Van Dalen (“Do you see this man? Homeless in Syracuse”)

News Story (Division 3)
Third Place: Amanda Seef (“Heroin in CNY, Talking Smack“)

Feature Photo (Division 3)
Second Place: Michael Davis (Photo of the third Annual “Blowout“)

Sports Action Photo (Division 3)
Second Place: Michael Davis (Photo of the Empire Rugby Football Union finals)

Best Column (Division 3)
First Place: Jeff Kramer

Picture Story (Division 3)
First Place: Michael Davis (“A Day at the Races, Let’s Go Racing“)

Best Front Page (Division 3)
First Place: Caitlin O’Donnell (“Do You See This Man,” “Pawn in a Political Game?”)

Richard L. Stein Award for Overall Design Excellence (Division 3)
First Place: Caitlin O’Donnell

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