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Speedway honors first responders and remembers 9/11

KAUNEONGA LAKE, NY — Nineteen years ago, the nation suffered a devasting attack when Al-Qaeda terrorists hijacked four commercial airliners, crashing two of them into New York City’s Twin Towers and another into the Pentagon in Washington, DC. The fourth, United Airlines Flight 93, was taken over by courageous passengers who tragically perished retaking control… Keep Reading

Fall still offers fun and scares, just modified

Across much of the country, fall is the season of apple-picking, corn mazes, winery harvests and Halloween hauntings, luring day-trippers and weekenders to rural areas. But if summer is any guide, many fall festivities may require more planning this year to avoid the crowds. While visitors may still launch a pumpkin from a catapult, pandemic… Keep Reading

Where to Safely Pick Apples & Pumpkins Across the Country

Cooler temperatures in September can only mean one thing: the opening of pumpkin patches and apple orchards across the country. Plucking apples from trees and yanking pumpkins out of the dirt are as integral to the autumn paradigm as sipping mulled cider in front of a roaring fire. This year, though, things are certainly going to be a little different. Many… Keep Reading

Fall’s Almost Here. Can We Still Go Apple Picking?

Across much of the country, fall is the season of apple-picking, corn mazes, winery harvests and Halloween hauntings, luring day-trippers and weekenders to rural areas. But if summer is any guide, many fall festivities may require more planning this year to avoid the crowds. While visitors may still launch a pumpkin from a catapult, pandemic… Keep Reading

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