The Innovation Trail is taking a look at how the thousands of refugees coming to upstate New York are weaving their way into the region's economy.
Turnout may be low this night because of first snow, Nicole Watts tells those gathered in her entryway. Even as she tries to explain this, there's a near steady knock on the front door.
Every Tuesday evening, this home at 129 Lilac Street on Syracuse's Northside turns into a community center.
A global non-profit organization that advances the cause of adult literacy has moved its headquarters to a part of Syracuse that needs it.