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September has arrived (where did summer go?) and it is lunch-box time. Seniors are packing lunches too as they go to work, or volunteer at senior centers, schools, nursing homes, and libraries. Some … more
The beloved breakfast and lunch spot Sammy’s Cafe in New Hartford announced that it has closed via a Tuesday, Aug. 30 Facebook post.  more
This year’s Mohawk Valley Garlic and Herb Festival will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10, at Canal Place in historic Little Falls. more

In keeping with the “upstate” summer tradition of lining up to indulge in ice cream treats scooped up by local drive-ins, consider a classic diner that does the “drive-in” thing out back. more
The Biergarten at F.X. Matt Brewing Company is officially open for business. more
Carl Edward “Ed” Grove, the founder and namesake of Utica’s Bagel Grove, has passed away at the age of 75. more
The Great New York State Fair is as much about eating as it is about playing. Here are five fair foods rated by Daily Sentinel staff writer Carly Stone while exploring the fair. more
A third car wash may be coming to the former Zebb’s restaurant on Seneca Turnpike. more
KC and Kristi Mangine’s business has been mushrooming since the couple first started it on a part-time basis in 2008. KC recently provided a tour of the couple’s business – the New York … more
The parking lot was packed. It is often at Killabrew Saloon, where 5 and 12B make a point in New Hartford. It’s not a trendy spot, it’s been a local mainstay for over 40 years. more
The Crazy Clam has been a namesake in Sylvan Beach for over two decades before closing in 2019. more
Madison County announced the inaugural Get Your Shot Together music festival on Sunday, Sept. 18 ... more
Woodland Farm Brewery is hosting “Crafts, Drafts, and Bluegrass,” an outdoor craft market to support local artisans and to provide attendees with music, food, drinks and hand-crafted goods. … more
It’s time to get on that apron and clean and sharpen those grilling accessories for the first Que on the Canal food and music festival to be held Friday and Saturday, Aug. 19 and 20. more
U.S. demand for grocery delivery is cooling as prices for food and other necessities rise. Some are shifting to pickup — a less expensive alternative ... more
“The Land of Seven Hamlets” - spreads a population of about 6,000 over almost 45 square miles of hills and vales lapping over the landscape as far as the eye can see. more
July is National Ice Cream Month, no better time to visit a local drive-in, lured by the aromas, sights, and sounds of the season; a place where passers-by can’t help but stop and neighbors can’t … more
Tops Friendly Markets has expanded its contactless options to its customers in 13 new store communities, including the Tops Market at 261 Utica Blvd. more
A new restaurant has joined the many businesses along Oriskany Boulevard in Yorkville. more
After 114 years of serving the local community and a recent maelstrom of events, the iconic Savoy Restaurant, which closed its doors last year ... more
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