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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

TWC News invited both Gov. Andrew, Cuomo and his running mate, Kathy Hochul, to participate in separate debates next week against their primary opponents, and despite an RSVP deadline of Thursday, we have still not heard from either. Reporter Bobby Cuza filed the following report.

08/30/2014 10:37 AM

New York State Fair

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Windsor Cranks Up Practice

After a disappointing 2013 season, the Windsor Black Knights pick up the pace during practice.

08/31/2014 10:13 PM

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NY STATE FAIR

Saturday's Crowds Broke NYS Fair Attendance Record

It was one for the record books. Saturday's crowds broke the all-time single-day fair attendance record set 25 years ago. Reporter Sarah Blazonis has details on what this meant for some fair staples and about the combination of draws that made that record happen. 08/31/2014 05:33 PM

NY STATE FAIR

Country Music Fans Pack the Fairgrounds Saturday

The fair typically sees some of its biggest crowds on days big country acts are set to perform, like Saturday. The Jason Aldean show, with openers Florida-Georgia Line and Tyler Farr sold out, at 17,000 seats. That meant a packed house during the afternoon leading up to the show. Updated 08/31/2014 10:05 AM

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

WATERTOWN

Businesses in North Country River Communities Assess Summer Tourism

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

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