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Businesses in the Thousand Islands region are beginning to assess how they performed this summer now that the tourism season is winding down. Reporter Elizabeth Jeneault shares their thoughts on this year's foot traffic in addition to their hope for more busy weekends over the next month.

08/31/2014 05:56 PM

New York State Fair

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Music Festival Gives Back to the Community

Thousands of fans camped out for the 15th Annual Moe.Down Music Festival Turin this weekend. The band Moe. headlined the three day concert. It was an opportunity for fans to enjoy their favorite jam bands while giving back to charity. Reporter Alana LaFlore explains how the children in the community will benefit from the festival all year.

08/31/2014 06:55 PM

Your Hometown: New York's Maritime History at NYS Fair

The New York State Fair features the best of every hometown throughout the empire state.
This year, they have a new exhibit highlighting New York's maritime history, through its shipwrecks. In this special State Fair edition of Your Hometown, reporter Katie Gibas tells us how New York's waterways opened up the entire country.

08/31/2014 05:50 PM

Chiefs Set Playoff Dates

The Syracuse Chiefs can breathe easy over their final two regular-season games after clinching their first division championship since 1989 on Saturday.

08/31/2014 08:00 PM

LIFESTYLES & TRAVEL

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ENDICOTT

Endicott's First Ever Restaurant Week Is Successful

Endicott joined Binghamton and other areas and had their first ever restaurant week. It began last Saturday and runs through Monday. Reporter Emily Lorsch spoke with restaurant owners and customers and tells us whether or not this week was a success. 08/31/2014 03:33 PM

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Sylvan Beach Amusement Park Looks Back at Late Open

School is starting soon and Labor Day Weekend is the last chance to squeeze in some summer outings. For one popular tourist destination, the season was especially short. The Sylvan Beach Amusement Park opened later than ever this year. Alana LaFlore reports. 08/30/2014 05:57 PM

WATERTOWN

Restoration of Sackets Harbor Church Helps Keep History Alive

After eight long years, the restoration of a more than century old church in the Village of Sackets Harbor is complete. The community celebrated Christ Church of Sackets Harbor's rebirth Saturday. Elizabeth Jeneault reports. 08/30/2014 07:22 PM

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