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Two Bath residents arrested on drug charges

BATH, N.Y. (WETM) – Julie A. Wing, 38, and Jason M. York, 42, of Bath were arrested Wednesday evening by the Village of Bath Police Department and Steuben County Sheriff’s Department. Police say they removed scales, packaging material, and crystal meth from the scene. Both Wing and York were charged...
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Canisteo Weather Forecast For The Week Ahead

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Canisteo: Thursday, July 29: Chance of Showers And Thunderstorms; Friday, July 30: Chance of rain showers during the day; while mostly clear overnight; Saturday, July 31: Mostly sunny during the day; while chance of showers and thunderstorms overnight; Sunday, August
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Livonia man charged in Irondequoit carjacking

Livonia, N.Y. — A Livingston County man is facing charges after an investigation in Livonia. Sheriff’s deputies say this was his third felony-level arrest this year. Mark Hathaway, 26, has been charged with felony criminal possession of stolen property, criminal possession of a controlled substance and aggravated unlicensed operation. Livingston...
Canandaigua, NYrochesterfirst.com

A family split by war reunites and settles in Canandaigua

Canandaigua, N.Y. (WROC-TV) — The crowd at Canandaigua Academy’s graduation shot up and gave the student speaker a standing ovation that was more cry than applause. That student, Mohammad Fouad Damlakhi, had simply told his story. It’s a story that begins with two brothers in Aleppo, Syria when a bomb...
Campbell, NYFood Beast

Campbell's Soup Debuts First Can Redesign in 50 Years

New label, same M'm! M'm! Good!® taste you know and love.❤️Look for our new design on shelves & online!​#NewLook #Campbells #MmMmGood pic.twitter.com/h1tb6FRJrJ. Campbell's Soup recently announced a brand new redesign of their iconic can — the first in the last 50 years. The update will feature a few subtle changes, though with hopes to "modernize" the look of the label.
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Guided hike at Bare Hill with FLCC professor Maura Sullivan August 14

Canandaigua Lake Watershed Association will host a guided hike with Maura Sullivan on Saturday, August 14 at 10 a.m. Finger Lakes Community College Conservation professor, Maura Sullivan, will lead us on a late summer botany walk at Bare Hill Unique Area in Gorham, NY. We will be sure to enjoy the sites of many late summer wildflowers (e.g. asters, goldenrods, etc.) but you are also encouraged to bring your binoculars for bird viewing and tree identification.
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Greekman’s

Freedman’s, the popular Jewish comfort food spot in Silver Lake, recently announced they’d finally be reopening - but with a twist. Instead of reubens and latkes, the summer menu is all Greek food and there’s a new white and blue-painted front patio adorned with wood floors and a lot of fake leaves. Say hello to Greekman’s, one of this summer’s most exciting restaurant pivots. The menu is filled with solid dishes like crispy zucchini chips, smoked cauliflower and labne, and correctly advertised “very lemony” potatoes. If you’re with a group, we like the “souvlaki party,” which comes with five different skewers, buttery pita bread, hummus, and tzatziki all for only $38. Our favorite aspect of Greekman’s, however, is simply how much of a party it is. You’ll spot groups of friends drinking white Negronis like it’s a competition and dates ordering another bottle of orange wine simply because they’re not ready to leave yet.
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Bath, NYSteuben Courier

Old favorite returns and new favorite opens: What's new in Bath

The recent reopening of the popular Chat-A-Whyle Restaurant and the opening of the Park Café, a homemade sweet & eat bakery, are already having a positive impact on Liberty Street and the downtown area, and more businesses are on the way. “The Village of Bath is alive and well,” Bath...
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Campbell’s soup cans get first redesign in 50 years

The labels on Campbell’s soup cans are getting their first redesign in about 50 years. Eagled-eyed customers will notice that the famed red and white design remains, but the Campbell’s logo is receiving a “modernized logo scripture,” which includes eliminating the shadow and a slightly changed font that is based on founder Joseph Campbell’s original signature.
Canandaigua, NYMPNnow

Eat, Drink and Be Murphy: Market visitors loving Love on the Inside

CANANDAIGUA — Here's how some of the conversations went for Tammy Bresette and friends, including a pivotal New Year’s Eve 2020 get-together that set in motion a sweet business plan for 2021 and beyond. “You should sell this stuff.”. Bresette, responding, “Nobody’s gonna buy my stuff.”. "Boy," she said while...
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Livingston County, NYthelcn.com

Feathered Friends: Summer has been great for birding

It’s hard to believe that we are already deep into the summer with the end of July not far away. I hope that all of you are enjoying the vast array of nature’s beauty in the wild, in your garden, and in your own backyard. There is much activity to witness if you are willing to pay attention to it. And that means taking a few minutes here and there to do so.
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Canandaigua, NY585mag.com

Finley keeps on having a ball

Canandaigua residents Cherie and Rob Molloy’s seven-year-old golden retriever, Finley, has always had a ball with tennis balls. Finley is great at fetching but not so good at returning. “My Dad would throw him a tennis ball; he’d catch it, drop it, then wait for my Dad to throw another,” says their daughter Erin Molloy (twenty-eight). Or, in a pinch, Finley lies on his back and drops a ball from his paws into his mouth. It’s his version of doggie solitaire.
Dansville, NYthelcn.com

Youth fishing derby draws crowds to Dansville

DANSVILLE – The Dansville Fish and Game Club opened its grounds to the public last month for its second annual Children’s Fishing Derby. Club members Bob Ciecierega and Mike Beardsley estimated 250 participated in the June 12 derby – including 150 children. “This was not a contest, but an event...
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