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  • BATS HEAT UP IN FRIGID UPSTATE NEW YORK ...

     
    The IronPigs spent some brutally tough nights battling the cold and wet weather on their recent road trip to Rochester and Syracuse. Not exactly the ideal conditions for a line-up to get hot. But that's exactly what happened to the IronPigs. After hitting...
  • Presidential sweepstakes, 20 years ago

     
    Yes, the Republican presidential field looks to be in disarray these days as a raft of seemingly unlikely contenders jostle for the opportunity to take on a Democratic incumbent who's looking difficult to beat, but set the wayback machine for......
  • WORLEY COMING ... FOR ONE START

     
    The Phillies are giving the IronPigs a present this weekend. Vance Worley, who has been spectacular since going back up to the majors last month, will start for the IronPigs Saturday at Syracuse. Why? Because the Phillies have already decided that Cole...
  • Monster Mash: 'King's Speech' on Broadway; Ai Weiwei tweets again

     
    Arts roundup: A Broadway version of "The King's Speech" is coming in 2012. An online auctioneer is hoping to sell portraits of Adolf Hitler's parents....
  • BATTEN DOWN THE HATCHES ...

     
    If baseball is going to be played Sunday at Coca-Cola Park, it's going to be a tired bunch of IronPigs taking the field. In anticipation a nightmare of flight delays and/or cancellations on Sunday in the wake of Irene's arrival, IronPigs general manager...
  • KRATZ BACK, CHAPMAN RETURNS ....

     
    SYRACUSE -- Erik Kratz should be back in the line-up tonight against Syracuse after servinig the three-game suspension levied on him for being the "instigator" last week in Louisville. With Kratz back, John Suomi was sent back to Reading (who are...
  • Ground Beef Recall: Contaminated Meat Shipped to BJ's Wholesale Club in Syracuse

    Ground Beef Recall:  Contaminated Meat Shipped to BJ's Wholesale Club in Syracuse
    Two people have gotten sick after eating contaminated beef, one of them from New York. Health officials issued a warning Saturday stating that approximately 8,500 pounds of ground beef may be contaminated with E. Coli. The U.S. Department of...
  • Earthquake Reported Near Albany; Gov. Cuomo Deploys Senior Officials

    Earthquake Reported Near Albany; Gov. Cuomo Deploys Senior Officials
    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that an earthquake just shook the town of Altamont, outside of Albany. Cuomo issued the following statement just after 5 p.m. Saturday: "We have reports of a 2.9 magnitude earthquake just west-southwest of...
  • Rep Stage's 'Or' looks at barrier-breaking Sixties — 1660s, that is

    Rep Stage's 'Or' looks at barrier-breaking Sixties — 1660s, that is
    When the reign of Oliver Cromwell and his fellow killjoys ended, one of the first things the new English king did was order the theaters to reopen. Charles II didn't stop there. He allowed those theaters to do something previously unthinkable —...
  • Teen Sentenced To 2-6 Years For Robbing Man Of 7 Cents

    Teen Sentenced To 2-6 Years For Robbing Man Of 7 Cents
    A New York teen was sentenced to 2 to 6 years in prison for robbing an elderly man of a mere 7 cents, a judge ruled Monday. Onondaga County Judge William Walsh handed down the harsh sentence to 15-year-old Anthony Stewart after the Syracuse teen...
  • Pennsylvania Devastated by Deadly Flooding After Tropical Storm Lee

    Pennsylvania Devastated by Deadly Flooding After Tropical Storm Lee
    WEST PITTSTON, Pa. -- Authorities in eastern Pennsylvania surveyed the damage Friday caused by near-historic flooding as the remnants of Tropical Storm Lee soaked the region for another day. "Potentially thousands of homes" have been affected, Luzerne...