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Carrier Dome renovation: What’s left undone? What might come next?

Syracuse, N.Y. — Syracuse is investing $118 million in renovating the Carrier Dome, installing a new roof, improving amenities and providing what the school is touting as a “new stadium experience.”

In previous conversations before the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, Syracuse athletic director John Wildhack had noted there is an appetite to do make more improvements and Syracuse has referenced a future Phase 2 of the renovation, although it hasn’t set a timetable or promised any specific upgrades.

There are certainly additional luxuries that fans would suggest.. Some of these things were initially included in renderings, while others have been discussed as options.

Heading into the weekend that Syracuse celebrates completing some substantial components of the project, here’s a look at what could be next. (Also, a look at a video of the new scoreboard, courtesy of SU).

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iOS 14’s biggest changes to the iPhone home screen: What’s changing and how it all works

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Big changes are coming to your iPhone home screen in iOS 14.


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Your iPhone ($699 at Amazon) home screen has looked and worked pretty much the same way for the last 13 years, but all that’s set to change now that Apple has released iOS 14. After you install iOS 14 or iPadOS 14 on a compatible iPhone or iPad, you’ll have more options and features to personalize your home screen than you’ve ever had with iOS before.

Taking cues from core features Android has had for years, Apple has focused much of the iOS 14 update on making the home screen simpler to organize, with more customization options, smarter suggestions and leaner, faster app experiences. The end result is a mobile operating system that does more to

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What’s left undone? What might come next?

Syracuse, N.Y. — Syracuse is investing $118 million in renovating the Carrier Dome, installing a new roof, improving amenities and providing what the school is touting as a “new stadium experience.”



a close up of a bridge: Syracuse football will play its first game in the Carrier Dome on Saturday against Georgia Tech since a recently completed $118 million renovation of the facility.


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Syracuse football will play its first game in the Carrier Dome on Saturday against Georgia Tech since a recently completed $118 million renovation of the facility.

In previous conversations before the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, Syracuse athletic director John Wildhack had noted there is an appetite to do make more improvements and Syracuse has referenced a future Phase 2 of the renovation, although it hasn’t set a timetable or promised any specific upgrades.

There are certainly additional luxuries that fans would suggest.. Some of these things were initially included in renderings, while others have been discussed as options.

Heading into the weekend that Syracuse celebrates completing some

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What’s Going on Here? Reive Boulevard culvert and bridge improvements in Innisfil

Culvert and bridge replacements on Reive Boulevard will help the Town of Innisfil meet its obligation to make improvements to the South  Innisfil Creek Drain. 

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JUST THE FACTS:

• Work on Reive Boulevard includes bridge and culvert work and road improvements.

• The town received seven bids to complete the work, and chose Nuroad  Construction Ltd., which submitted the lowest bid. The total awarded  bid price is $4,693,708.

• The contract was awarded in the spring, and construction began in July. 

• Road resurfacing and road safety improvements will be made on Reive  Boulevard from the 4th Line south to meet up with the Ministry of  Transportation’s ongoing work near Highway 89 and Highway 400.

In 2005, the town was issued an order from the Court of the Ontario  Drainage Referee to make repairs to the South Innisfil Creek Drain.

Improvements at one culvert location will improve elevation,  

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What’s on TV Saturday plus Sunday Talk shows: ’60 Minutes’

During the coronavirus crisis, the Los Angeles Times is making some temporary changes to our print sections. The prime-time TV grid is on hiatus in print but an expanded version is available in your daily Times eNewspaper. You can find a printable PDF online at: latimes.com/whats-on-tv.



Bob Woodward wearing a suit and tie: Author Bob Woodward ("Rage") will appear on the CBS newsmagazine series "60 Minutes" on Sunday. (Jim Watson / AFP / Getty Images)


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Author Bob Woodward (“Rage”) will appear on the CBS newsmagazine series “60 Minutes” on Sunday. (Jim Watson / AFP / Getty Images)

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Help! I Wrecked My House In the premiere of this new home improvement series a couple set out to create their dream home, but their skill isn’t up to par, and they are stuck with projects they can’t finish. Host Jasmine Roth steps in to rescue their half-finished kitchen, bathroom and backyard. With Scott Cross. 8 p.m. HGTV

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