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Crash on Thruway Near Weedsport’s Exit 40.

Auburnpub.com reports a multi-car accident occurred Friday night on the New York State Thruway near Exit 40 in Weedsport. Multiple ambulances responded to the scene which was reported around 9.30pm. Get the top stories on your radio 24/7 on Finger Lakes News Radio 96.3 and 1590, WAUB and 106.3 and...
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CNY Regional Market: What's fresh this week?

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Amanda Vitale from the Central New York Regional Market walks us through what’s fresh this week. This week, it's apples. How to make sure you are picking the right apples for cooking, or just taking a bite out of one. Plus asking where they were grown. The...
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New men’s fashion shop to open at Turning Stone

VERONA — After announcing a series of renovations and new amenities as part of its Best Never Rest campaign, the Turning Stone Resort Casino, 5218 Patrick Road, announced Thursday the creation of a new retail store, Mr. Shop at Turning Stone, with partner Joel Shapiro. A cornerstone of downtown Syracuse...
ONEIDA, NY

Last call at The Blue Tusk: ‘An anchor of connection and friendship for so many, for so long’

Syracuse, N.Y. — It was a day for many of the old regulars to stop in to The Blue Tusk, the landmark Armory Square bar that closed for good Saturday night. Amid the throng of old-timers, Dean Elton stood out. He drove in from his home in Madison County after reading about the closing of the 26-year-old bar that helped make Armory Square a drinking and dining destination for the past quarter of a century.
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Another summer in the books as Camp Lookout approaches 100 years of service

Eaton, N.Y. — Nestled off a backroad leading to Bradley Brook Reservoir, Camp Lookout, a children’s camp defined by its sense of home, togetherness, and opportunity, first welcomed campers in 1922 and is now celebrating nearly 100 years of service and traditions. The camp began not exactly as the simple...
EATON, NY

‘Where are we gonna go now?’ Saying goodbye to The Blue Tusk after 26 years

Syracuse, N.Y. — At The Blue Tusk this week, a lot of grown men were crying in their beers. “I’m going to miss the beer and the place of course,” said regular Paul Chwalek while standing with a group of friends at the Armory Square bar during a lunch hour. “But mostly it’s the people here. I didn’t know a lot of them when I first came here, and now, with some of them, we’ve been friends for 20 years.”
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