Utica Police say they have received several complaints about people begging for money at city intersections. They say there is currently no law on the books prohibiting loitering for the purpose of soliciting money,
SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) — A group that provides shelter and services for those in need in central New York says a homeless man spent nearly a decade living in a well-built shack he constructed near a Syracuse highway.
One of the biggest problems facing the city of Syracuse is homelessness. One young man is taking this problem and facing it head on. Andrew Lunetta is the founder of 'A Tiny Home for Good.' This organization's goal is to build tiny homes for those in need.