HIT: To the Old-Fashioned Halloween celebration held each year at Ward W. O'Hara Agricultural & Country Living Museum and Dr. Joseph F. Karpinski Sr. Educational Center.

The 2017 version of this event took place Saturday, and once again it was a hit with the families who came by the Owasco site on a beautiful fall day.


This event and many others put on by the museum do a great job of teaching visitors, especially young children, about history in a way that's engaging and fun.

MISS: To another suspicious death investigation in Auburn.

City police confirmed Sunday that they are looking into the death of a 39-year-old Auburn man found dead that morning in the front yard of a house on North Fulton Street. The man had been involved in a fight nearby the night before, but police don't believe the death was directly related to the altercation.


This case comes weeks after a separate suspicious death in Auburn in which a woman's body was found in a wooded area of Fort Hill Cemetery. That remains under investigation.

HIT: To an exciting year for the New York Yankees baseball team.

Yes, Yankee fans may feel a little downtrodden after the Houston Astros won the final two games of the American League Championship Series to advance to the World Series.


But this is a Yankees team that's stacked with outstanding young players, and for most people, this year's performance exceeded expectations. All signs point to a squad that will be competing for World Series titles for several years to come.