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Weekend in Review: Tops employees get bonuses, finding the ginger in ginger ale, Bills QB watch and more

Beautiful weather during the day and a blood moon at night made for a lovely last weekend in July. Here are some stories you may have missed.

Key Tops employees to split $3 million in bonuses for staying on the job

About 115 high-ranking Tops Markets "hard-to-replace" employees will split $3 million in bonus payments if they stay on their jobs through the end of the year.

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New York tells Spectrum Cable to get out of the state

State regulators effectively ordered the owner of Spectrum Cable to find another operator for its New York cable TV, internet and telephone businesses. The state commission has repeatedly said the company has failed to meet its promises to greatly expand its services across the state.

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Lawsuit asks: Where is the ginger in ginger ale?

After an Allegany County mom discovered that Canada Dry ginger ale didn't contain much, if any ginger, she filed a federal court lawsuit in Buffalo against the owners of the drink.

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Another sports complex planned near downtown Buffalo

A second new sports complex may be coming to Buffalo's First Ward and Valley neighborhoods, as the area along the Buffalo River southeast of the city's downtown is increasingly becoming an adult playground for a variety of sports and entertainment activities.

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Bills QB Watch Day 4: No first-team work for Josh Allen

On the fourth day of Buffalo Bills training camp on Sunday, quarterback watch continued as AJ McCarron practiced with the starters and Josh Allen practiced with the third team.

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New tenant signs on for soon-to-be vacant Bon-Ton store at Eastern Hills

It looks like the Bon-Ton store at Eastern Hills Mall won't sit empty for long as a big-name tenant will assume the store's lease.

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Smiles at Ludacris in Canalside Live

Hip-hop artist-actor Ludacris was a late, but welcomed, addition to the Canalside Live lineup. A huge crowd came out to see the "Fast & the Furious" star take the stage Saturday.

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