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How to Submit a Letter to the Editor

Letters exist to provide a forum for public comment or debate.  When drafting your letter, there are a few guidelines to follow. Letters must be no more than 300 words. While it may be helpful to use other sources or talking points as resources for your letter, it is advised not to simply repeat what others have said or written. ... Read More »

10th Annual Photo Walk

Anniversary event aims to capture a wider scope of the South Side neighborhood Despite the emptiness Linda Pritchard feels as she mourns the loss of her son, Darron Lundy, she tries not to let that overshadow the joy she feels when surrounded by the rest of her family. Lundy died in 2017 after a hit and run accident Linda Pritchard ... Read More »

Local Advocates Work to Lower Death Rates Among Black Mothers

A Syracuse doula and yoga-enthusiast are helping to lower the maternal mortality rate Indaria Jones says that the full weight of her pregnancy hadn’t even begun to set in when she and her baby almost lost their lives. Indaria Jones says she wishes she’d known more before her traumatic pregnancy experience. Today, her daughter is a healthy toddler. The pair ... Read More »

Current Issue

In The Stand’s summer print issue, meet South Side Achiever Samaia Goodrich, learn about the city’s new Bureau of Administrative Adjudication office and get a sneak peek at plans for this summer’s 10th annual South Side Photo Walk set for July 27.May also marks 10 years The Stand’s Director Ashley Kang has worked with the South Side Newspaper Project. She ... Read More »

Syracuse Student Receives Community Service Honor

Meet Samaia Goodrich, the 11-year-old philanthropist and humanitarian tied into one. This diligent sixth grader could be seen packing groceries, along with other volunteers, to distribute door to door to families, as part of Reach Saturday, a project of Abundant Life Christian Center held April 13. After one hour, 403 grocery bags were completed. For Samaia, such activities are a ... Read More »

Q&A with the Chief :: In Four Parts

Meet the Chief Kenton Buckner was sworn in Dec. 3, 2018, as Syracuse’s new chief of police. Buckner, who turned 50 on Feb. 2, sat down with the founder of The Stand, now-retired Syracuse University professor emeritus Steve Davis, at the end of February for a nearly two-hour interview. Buckner’s exclusive interview with The Stand lasted 100 minutes and was ... Read More »