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posted by Brian Kolb on Friday October 17th 5:02pm
New York’s roads and bridges give us all a way to connect with each other. They are our way to get to work, to school, and to friends and family. Without a strong and... more »
posted by Beverly Animal Shelter on Friday October 17th 12:04am
Why not make this year’s Halloween treat memorable. The Beverly Animal Shelter has an abundance of adorable, playful, orange and white kittens. Note: the regular kitten adoption fee applies.
Also,... more »
posted by janice on Thursday October 16th 12:10pm
We at FingerLakes1.com are pleased to announce the newly re-designed website for Auburn Bearing & Manufacturing.
Auburn Bearing & Manufacturing is proud of its 100 years of experience, quality... more »
posted by bbanfield62 on Monday September 29th 11:51am
I saw the heart doc last week for a check up, EKG, and Echo. The news is not as good as I was hoping, but I'll take it. I always wish for more than I get. (What? A girl can wish.)
The EKG... more »
posted by FLBBA on Saturday April 5th 9:30am
Inn of the Week
Los Gatos Bed and Breakfast
Penn Yan, New York
1 cup chopped pecans 1 cup sweetened flaked coconut 1 box (18 oz) German chocolate cake mix 8 oz cream cheese, softened 1/2 cup butter or... more »
posted by Bedford Falls on Wednesday December 4th 4:13pm
For the first time the It’s A Wonderful Life Festival Passport is now available. During the festival as you experience “The Real Bedford Falls” the passport highlights the many links between Seneca Falls... more »
posted by janice on Thursday July 18th 11:24am
I believe people's yards can be used as a guage of their mental state. I have to assume that the way people attempt to solve gardening problems somewhat equates to how they deal with other problems in their... more »
posted by janice on Wednesday July 17th 2:40pm
This is a lost art from the seventies, and a fast and easy craft for kids.
1. Make any item you wish to look rustic and texturized with little torn pieces of masking tape.
2. Then rub shoe polish or acrylic... more »