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Some might consider vinyl records a thing of the past, but an international event is helping to change that. Music enthusiasts celebrated the 7th Annual Record Store Day in Ithaca Saturday. As our Crystal Cranmore tells us, vinyl records are making a comeback.

5:20 PM

What's behind Easter's changing date

Many religions mark holidays that play important parts in their faith but don't fall on the same date year after year. Easter is one of them. Our Sarah Blazonis tells us what factors are behind setting the date.

Updated 4:37 PM

IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Watertown Daily Times, Changing With the Times: Part 5

It's said the newspaper is for the older generation, but the executives at the Watertown Daily Times say with some fresh ideas that page can turn to get younger readers. Reporter Brian Dwyer wraps up his five-part series on the paper with a look at its future.

04/18/2014 12:08 PM

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UTICA

Mobile Crisis Assessment Team expands south

With the recent decision to close the in-patient psychiatric unit at Bassett Medical Center in Cooperstown, surrounding counties had to come up with an alternative to continue helping people in crisis or struggling with mental health issues. Our Cara Thomas tells us about the new proactive program county officials are bringing to the Southern Tier. 04/18/2014 05:50 PM

CHITTENANGO

All Things Oz Museum needs help fixing new building

Changes are coming on the yellow brick road in Chittenango. Wizard of Oz fans will notice the popular museum has relocated. It's new space is just next door. As our Iris St. Meran tells us, the museum is in desperate need of donations in order to get the new space renovated. Updated 04/18/2014 09:14 PM

CNY

Bill would allow kids to manage diabetes in class

If your child was missing an hour a day worth of school, you might get pretty upset. And that's the reality for the thousands of kids with Type 1 Diabetes who have to go to the nurse's office to have their blood sugars checked and insulin injected. As our Katie Gibas reports, a 10-year-old is fighting for a bill that would keep kids in class. Updated 04/18/2014 05:19 PM

NORTH COUNTRY

St. Lawrence County Chamber finds new executive director

A new leader is set to take the helm of St. Lawrence County's tourism and business industries. Brooke E. Rouse will take over as the county's chamber of commerce executive director in June. Our Matt Jarchow introduces us to Rouse and the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead. 04/18/2014 06:06 PM

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