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Middlesex Couple Injured After Two-Car Rollover Crash

A Middlesex couple was injured Tuesday night when a car crossed over into their lane of traffic, struck them and caused their vehicle to rollover. The Yates County Sheriff’s Office reports 17-year old Schuyler Smith, of Naples, was traveling northeast on State Route 245 in Middlesex when he went into the oncoming lane and hit John and Helen Hobart’s car. The Hobarts were taken to Thompson Hospital for non-life threatening back injuries.
Seneca County, NYPosted by
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Shotgun Malfunction Injures 14-Year-Old Boy in Seneca County

A shotgun that malfunctioned when fired sent a 14-year old Seneca County boy to Strong Memorial Hospital Tuesday morning. The teen was firing a shotgun in a field in the area of Nielsen Road and Route 96A in the town of Fayette when it malfunctioned, causing the barrel to explode. The boy was struck by a piece of shrapnel from the barrel and suffered an injury to his arm.
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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...
Aurora, NYnewyorkupstate.com

Finger Lakes home decor company MacKenzie-Childs launches Barn Sale today

For fans of the “Courtly Checked” collectibles by MacKenzie-Childs, today launches one of their biggest events of the year, the annual Barn Sale. This will be the second year in a row the Upstate New York company has gone online with their sale. Last year the campus was closed to visitors due to the coronavirus pandemic. While safety continues to be the number one concern, this year’s event is also due to the online sale’s overwhelming popularity in 2020.
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Schuyler County, NYWETM

Pet of the Week: Pita, Schuyler County Humane Society

(WETM) – This week’s Pet of the Week is Pita, a 9-year-old spayed pit bull mix from the Schuyler County Humane Society. Little Pita Pocket has the sweetest disposition ever! She arrived at the shelter when her owners were no longer able to care for her. She’s such a lovely companion! She greets everyone with enthusiastic tail wags. In fact, when out for her walks she goes out of her way to make new friends. Pita walks beautifully on a leash, with a peppy little prance to her step. Pita likes with other dogs and has lived with other dogs, cats and children. Hard to believe when you meet her, but Pita is nine years old. You’d never know it. Petite little Pita, has lots of spunk. She wants nothing more than to have a home to call her own and to be by your side. From the moment you take her home, you’ll feel like Pita has been with you forever.
Seneca County, NYrochesterfirst.com

ZooBrew returns to Seneca Park Zoo after pandemic cancellations

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — The Seneca Park Zoo is bringing ZooBrew back in August, after the pandemic forced cancellations throughout the 2020 summer season. ZooBrew is an after-hours event at the zoo. Attendees age 21 and over are able to enjoy the exhibits, live music, beer, wine, and food, with a portion of the ticket sales going toward elephant conservation efforts.
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Bird Deaths Linked to Feeders

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Campbell’s soup cans get first redesign in 50 years

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