Syracuse

7:45am

Wed October 5, 2011
Regional Coverage

Syracuse residents dealing with bedbug infestation

It started in January when Sharon Sherman noticed an increase in the number of complaints from tenants about bedbugs.

Sherman, the Executive Director of the Greater Syracuse Tenants Network, says the complaints came from everywhere.

"We are getting more calls from the north side of Syracuse," Sherman said. "But they are all over Syracuse, Solvay , Liverpool. There's not a place where it's not a problem right now."

Read more
Tags: 

7:00am

Fri September 30, 2011
Regional Coverage

40 years later, Syracuse man gets purple heart

Leonard Bernard was a platoon leader with the First Cavalry Division and saw plenty of action. 

"I saw a lot of combat," said Bernard. "We had 96 guys in my company and in 6 months 48 were killed."

It was June 20, 1967 when he suffered massive head and chest injuries while fighting in the jungles of Vietnam. He spent the next year in hospitals and was finally able to come home. At that time, the anti-war movement was escalating with everyone from college students to celebrities criticizing the government for a war that seemed unwinnable. 

Read more
Tags: 

1:43pm

Tue July 26, 2011

Pages