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Sure Wish Woolworth’s Was Still Around

It was 134 years ago when a young man by the name of Frank Winfield Woolworth opened a five-and-dime store in Utica, New York. It was the first store to arrange items according to price.

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Tasos Katopodis, Getty Images

The Shootings in Chicago Continue

According to the Chicago’s WBBM-TV web page, the police in Chicago are changing their response to the 911 calls they get beginning this week. They’ll no longer come right away to reports of things like criminal damage to property, vehicle thefts, garage burglaries, or other crimes in which the suspect is no longer on the scene, and the victim is not in immediate danger.

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Webster Police Chief Gerald Pickering / Getty Images

Now We Need Machine Guns to Replace the Dalmation

As the news came in yesterday there it was, yet another shooting of innocent people. Two firefighters were killed and two others were wounded when they arrived at the scene of a fire in Webster, New York outside of Rochester, New York yesterday.

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Photo By: Frazier Harrison/Getty Images
Photo By: Frazier Harrison/Getty Images

Cocktails Anyone?

If you were around in the back of a bar in New York City in 1776 you might have been involved in the origin of the word "cocktails".  Have you ever wondered why we drink "cocktails"? Where did that name come from?  Well, here is the answer.

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Photo by:Chris Hondros/Getty Images

Who Is Your Favorite Teacher?

Now that we are a few weeks into the new school season I am sure that, if you are a student reading this, you already have a favorite teacher.  If you are no longer going to school I know you had a favorite teacher when you did go to school.

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TV Show Get Pre-Empted? Be Nice When You Call

Ok so I got home Monday and I put the TV on only to find that the U.S. Open Men’s Tennis Championship game was on CBS.  It seems like this event went on forever and I mean days not hours. I remember when the championship game would be played on Labor Day in New York

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Photo by Lawrence Lucier/Getty Images

What’s Happened to Quincy Softball?

On this date 36 years ago the longest softball game ever played took place in Monticello, New York.  The game lasted 365 innings and 958 runs were scored as Gager's Diner beat the Bend'n Elbow Tavern. about the same time, August 14th, 1976, softball was huge in Quincy.

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