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Walk 6

People participate in the Walk for Autism Awareness at Hoopes Park in Auburn Saturday.

HIT: To the annual Walk for Autism Awareness in Auburn, which took place for the sixth time on Saturday.

The sight of dozens of people walking at Herman Avenue Elementary School and then over to Hoopes Park was uplifting. This gathering organized by the E. John Gavras Center brings families together and educates everyone who takes part. 

MISS: To the winter that just won't go away.

At one point over the weekend, various parts of Cayuga County were under a winter weather advisory, flood watch, wind advisory and ice storm warning. And it was the middle of April, nearly a month into spring.

The cold, blustery weather that has dominated much of this month in central New York has more than worn out its welcome. We're more than overdue for a run of sunny, warm days.

MISS: To fires that caused significant property damage at two Cayuga County businesses in the past week.

An electric fire Thursday night forced the temporary closure of the Savannah Bank branch in Port Byron. Three days later, three tractor-trailer cabs went up in flames at Barr Transportation Corp. in Auburn.

Fortunately in both cases, no one was injured, and great work by area firefighters kept the flames from spreading.

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