Tim Knauss, NYup.com

Tim Knauss


Syracuse, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Tim:

Final attendance at 2022 NY State Fair remains well short of pre-pandemic years

But the number of visitors is on the rise since the fair was closed by Covid in 2020. → Read More

Onondaga County’s newest park: 35 acres on eastern shore of Otisco Lake

The site offers walking trails and shoreline access. → Read More

New NY law gives nursing home residents a right to visits during pandemics

The legislation was sponsored by state Sen. Rachel May, D-Syracuse. → Read More

Binghamton mayor learns he has coronavirus on day he met in Syracuse with Walsh, others

Mayor Richard David said he tested positive for Covid-19 late Wednesday. → Read More

Do you think the assessment on your house is unfair? Here’s how to challenge it

How to research, present an argument to your assessor → Read More

New York state has the ‘craziest’ assessments; Syracuse is average

New York is one of only five states that do not compel municipalities to redo property assessments on a fixed schedule. → Read More

Mourners recall dancing with Marge, Syracuse’s ‘amazing’ music fan

The octogenarian was a familiar and welcome presence dancing at live music shows. → Read More

Electrocuted squirrel hung in there as grossed-out Eastwood neighbors blew a fuse

After two weeks and multiple social media posts, a National Grid crew removed the squirrel. → Read More

Cuteness alert: 700-pound baby elephant romps at Syracuse zoo (photos, video)

Five-month-old Ajay made his public debut today in the elephant preserve at Rosamond Gifford Zoo. → Read More

Baby elephant goes on display at Rosamond Gifford Zoo in Syracuse

He was born five months ago at the zoo. → Read More

5 kitchens and a ‘fainting room’: Who’s building Syracuse area’s biggest mansion?

The massive residence has been under construction for three years. → Read More

Yoko Ono brings her art back to Syracuse, site of her first museum show

The artist's previous show in Syracuse, in 1971, stirred strong reactions. → Read More

Syracuse taxpayers, you’re paying for a boom in ritzy apartments for college kids

Three student apartment complexes that opened last fall will share an estimated $42 million in tax breaks. → Read More

National group: Proposed ban on 'aggressive' begging is bad law, bad policy

A vote on the proposed Onondaga County law has been put off until October while county attorneys tinker with the language → Read More

Empire Zones, NY's failed aid to companies, still costing taxpayers: $3 billion plus

Some companies made more than $100 million from the poster child of misguided business incentives. → Read More

Update: Only minor injuries from 5-car pileup near State Fair, police say

The accident happened as vehicles slowed to exit the highway. → Read More

Syracuse fast food worker fears a minimum wage hike could backfire

Many fast food workers are afraid to speak out, but one employee said higher wages could lead to job cuts. → Read More

Stephanie Miner: I'm not running for Congress in 2016

Miner rules out a run against Katko. → Read More

If the jump doesn't hurt you, the security guard might (video)

A slice of downtown life caught on video. → Read More

Hey Stephanie Miner, is running Syracuse like being in 'The Hunger Games?'

Miner shares funny image, harsh criticism during speech to Thursday Morning Roundtable. → Read More