The Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY)

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Founded in 1829 as the Onondaga Standard, ThePost-Standard merged with the Syracuse Post in 1899. It is a Monday to Sunday morning newspaper published by The Syracuse Newspapers Inc. Its editorial headquarters are in Syracuse N.Y. Advance Publications, a privately owned group that owns magazines and newspapers in 25 U. S. cities, owns The Post-Standard. ThePost-Standard covers central New York, concentrating on the four-county area that comprises greater Syracuse. A 2010 study by The Media Audit found that ThePost-Standard had the second highest readership in the United States when combined with the web publication Syracuse.com. The paper reaches 83% of adults living in central New York. Ira Wolfert won the Pulitzer Prize in 1943 in International Reporting with a series of articles about the Battle of the Solomon Islands. The newspaper published these articles in late November and early December of 1942. In 2010, ThePost-Standard'sMichelle Breidenbach investigated charges that State Fair Director Peter Capucelli, who was director from 1995 to 2005, appointed by Gov. Pataki, misused over $860,000 of state funds, hired friends and relatives and falsified records. As a result, N.Y. State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo subpoenaed numerous individuals and companies. Michael Connor is the Executive Editor, Stephen A. Rogers is the Publisher and Janis Barth is the Managing Editor.

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QUILTS TRUNK SHOW.(Neighbors)
November 19, 2009 ... CAPTION(S): PHOTO SUBMITTED IMAGE Nancy Hicks -- who created this quilt, titled "Grandma's Buttons" -- will be part of a group presentation Sunday called a trunk show. THE DETAILS WHAT:Trunk Show for...

AUBURN GUARD AT THE READY; MILITARY POLICE COMPANY, NOW A PART OF NATIONAL BATTALION, IS LATEST IN CITY'S CIVILIAN SOLDIERS.(Neighbors)
November 19, 2009 ... Byline: Dorothy Long Contributing writer When the new nation formed as a union of states the militias remained state organizations while maintaining ties to the federal government. The state militias backed up the smaller national...

AUBURN CITY SCHOOLS MARK RED RIBBON DRUG AWARENESS CAMPAIGN.(Neighbors)
November 19, 2009 ... The following was submitted by Tamela Ray, director of health, physical education and athletics for the Auburn Enlarged City School District. Red Ribbon Week is the oldest and largest drug prevention campaign in the country and serves as...

WORDS AND MUSIC IN CONCERT.(Weekend)
November 19, 2009 ... Byline: Mark Bialczak, staff writer Author David Hajdu will read passages from his new book "Heroes & Villains" on Friday night at Barnes & Noble in DeWitt. The event sure won't be a run-of-the-mill reading. Hajdu, who taught...

"PLANET 51".(Weekend)
November 19, 2009 ... Now he's an astronaut. He is Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, who lends his voice to the animated film "Planet 51." Johnson lands on the title planet believing he is the first human to do so. Not exactly. The inhabitants of the planet may be...