Perry, NYThe Daily News Online

Perry man taken to hospital after falling about 100 feet over embankment

PERRY — A Perry man who accidentally fell about 100 feet over an embankment behind 190 Water St. this afternoon was taken by ambulance to Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester. Perry police said the victim was Robert Robb, 48, who lives at that address. Patrolman Crystal Errington said at the...
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Geneva News Alert

Hiring Now: These jobs are open in Geneva

Want to get yourself a job? Here are a selection of open positions in Geneva: 1. CDL Truck Driver - Multiple Routes - Earn $200-$225/Day + Benefits; 2. Travel Nurse RN - ED - Emergency Department - $3,310 per week; 3. Retail Floor Leader (Key Holder); 4. Housekeeping; 5.
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Canisteo, NYWETM

Smoke In The Valley Competition returns for its second year

CANISTEO, N.Y. (WETM) – The Smoke In The Valley event returned in Canisteo, New York for its second annual barbecue competition. In 2020, the event didn’t happen due to COVID-19. This year, The Smoke In The Valley competition has expanded with teams from the previous year coming together to compete for a chance to win $500, trophies, and bragging rights.
Ontario County, NYwaynetimes.com

Three arrested after drug sales investigation

On Monday (7/26) at or about 8:45 p.m. the Ontario County Sheriff’s Office Special Investigation Unit, along with members from the Road Patrol, arrested Chesley M. Storrs, age 29, of Williamson and Joshua L. Garcia, age 45, of County Road 25 in Phelps for Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance in the 3rd Degree-Crack Cocaine.
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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.
Silver Lake, NYPosted by
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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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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.
Bath, NYPosted by
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This Candle Holder From Bath & Body Works Looks Like It Belongs in Disney's Haunted Mansion

The calendar might say it's only July, but Bath & Body Works' 2021 Halloween collection is here, which means it's spooky season in our books! The new selection of hauntingly cute goods just hit shelves, with one item in particular already flying off of them. Halloween-lovers have been quick to notice (and snag!) this Witch Hand Pedestal Single Wick Candle Holder ($40), and we can see why. The chillingly creative decor piece is reminiscent of Disney's Haunted Mansion ride, meaning it'll add just the right amount of spook to your house for the holiday.
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Geneva, NYFinger Lakes Times

Belhurst releases 'Riesling Splash'

GENEVA — Belhurst has released a new blend of its carbonated Riesling called “Riesling Splash” under the new logo, Seneca Spritz. The bubbly, slightly sweet wine is now available for purchase by the can and four-pack in Belhurst’s Wine & Gift Shop, as well as by the can in Stonecutter’s Restaurant and Edgar’s Restaurant in the Castle.
Arlington, NYgvpennysaver.com

143 Arlington Park

CANANDAIGUA: 143 Arlington Park, Saturday, August 7th (9AM-3PM) ESTATE SALE. Many many quilts, fabric, lots of yarn, old typewriter, antique dolls, antiques, over 300 pieces of polish pottery, felting yarn, couches, furniture, outdoor tools, bike, antique glassware, Fat quarter squares, Cash or Venmo No Early birds, Lalas Estate Sales and Organizing.
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, NYFingerLakes1

Campbell’s Soup modernizes their label

Campbell’s soup is updating their labels. The can will still retain its red and white theme, but have a more modernized font. Hidden elements throughout the label including a slanted letter O in the “Soup” at the bottom of the can. The medal in the center representing a product of...
Campbell, NYfox5ny.com

Campbell’s redesigns soup cans for 1st time in 50 years

The labels on Campbell’s soup cans are getting a "modernized logo scripture," which includes eliminating the shadow and a slightly changed font, according to the company. Fans of the iconic soup franchise will notice that the iconic red-and-white colorway will remain the same and it’s only the scripture on the label receiving changes.
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