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Dunkin’ is No Longer Serving Apple Cider Drinks
Dunkin' brought many fall items earlier this year than ever before. They had a whole line of pumpkin spice items back on the menu by August.
Five Points Public House- Half Off Thursday
On Thursday October 1st, you'll be able to try Five Points Public House of Utica.
Walmart is Removing One-Way Aisles, Single Entrances at Stores
Walmart said it would resume two-way shopping in all of its 4,753 U.S. stores at the beginning of October and also reopen some additional store entrances that had been closed temporarily to help control the flow of customer traffic.
The Irony Of 2020’s Newest Quarter is Real
One of the additions for 2020's United States Mint Beautiful Quarters Program is representing American Samoa. It was released in February, and now Central New Yorkers are starting to see the product in person. It's just all too ironic after the year we've had.
Cuomo Releases Guidelines for Reopening New York State Gyms
Localities will be holding inspections and will be the ones to determine whether gyms can be open.
Cuomo, NYS Board of Regents, Provide Guidance on Schools Opening
The decision will be based on infection data in the first week of August. Schools now have until July 31 to submit plans to the state
Utica Zoo’s ‘Brewfest’ Postponed to Later Date
In a press release received via email, the zoo says the postponement comes in response to concern for safety of all visitors and adhering to New York State social distancing and capacity guidelines amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Saranac Concert Series and Saranac Thursdays Officially Cancelled for 2020
Many in the Mohawk Valley were hoping that come July, the F.X. Matt Brewery would begin hosting Saranac Thursdays and the Saranac Concert Series again, once the coronavirus pandemic settled down.
Gas Prices To Remain Low, Here’s Some NY Road Trips to Take
We saw a drop in the prices of gas since the beginning of the pandemic, and it looks like this summer - the prices will remain low according to AAA.
Local Man Searching to Help Protester’s PO Dream Come True
Brian Jweid, Director of Civil Service Administration for Oneida County, was one of the many who tuned in to see what was going on at the site of the protest, and came across a particular man who has a dream - and he wants to help.