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#21
May 20, 2011
 
MAR wrote:
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Howlands was in fact in NHSC.
...and also at Riverside. All Howland's were eventually renamed Steinbachs.
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#22
May 20, 2011
 

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Mungers, then Howlands. I know that they were in the Kaufman spot in Riverside but I'm not sure if both were in Sangertown.
There was never a Mungers or a Kaufmans at Riverside. Before Howland's, that spot was occupied by Flah's.
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May 20, 2011
 

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Remember Riverside Mall had Foxmour, Ormonds and Shed House!!! HAHA.
MAR

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#24
May 20, 2011
 
Orange Julius!!!
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Binghamton, NY

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#25
May 20, 2011
 
omg i want an orange julius so bad now
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Watertown, NY

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May 21, 2011
 

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Derp wrote:
omg i want an orange julius so bad now
Don't we all.. LOL!

Montgomery Wards was at one end and J.M. Fields was at the otherwhich was renamed to Bradlees.

Riverside Mall was destroyed when Lowes went in.
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Rome, NY

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#27
May 21, 2011
 
holycrapola wrote:
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Riverside Mall was destroyed when Lowes went in.
That is so true.
dirty girl

Herkimer, NY

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#28
May 21, 2011
 
SHNeverStripped wrote:
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That is so true.
We remember what a ho bag you were in high school, back in UFA. You are still a stinky hole.
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Herkimer, NY

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#29
May 21, 2011
 
Newsflash for you all. Riverside Mall was already dead as a mall when Lowe's was brought in. The mall itself was already partially torn down.

I guess people can't remember much of anything if they can't even remember that.
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#30
May 21, 2011
 
dirty girl wrote:
Newsflash for you all. Riverside Mall was already dead as a mall when Lowe's was brought in. The mall itself was already partially torn down.
Not so. It was partially torn down when they BEGAN construction for Lowes. It was never torn down before Lowes came into the picture. Shows how much you know.
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Herkimer, NY

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#31
May 21, 2011
 
holycrapola wrote:
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Not so. It was partially torn down when they BEGAN construction for Lowes. It was never torn down before Lowes came into the picture. Shows how much you know.
Wrong again, cricket. I worked on tearing down the section between where Montgomery Wards was and where Lowe's is. This occured over a year before Lowe's came in.
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#32
May 21, 2011
 
anyone remember the first few years there was a huge fountain in the middle of the mall where the food court is today?

That goes way back. Noisy as heck. used to go down and throw pennies in it. Then they had restaurant atound it. Way back
Hoo Boy

Utica, NY

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#33
May 21, 2011
 
mungers and Howlands were in the free standing building at New hartford Shopping Center

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Utica, NY

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#34
May 21, 2011
 
right cavity, that was margarita's
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Utica, NY

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#35
May 22, 2011
 
Miss Doyle-Knower inthe NH Shopping Center.
Mary

Utica, NY

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#36
May 22, 2011
 
SHNeverStripped wrote:
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I take it that the Roller Skating Rink was located on the side in the area where the 3 Cinemas and Park Place were??
Right there on the corner. I think there was even a little window you could look into the rink with from the mall. I was little so maybe I don't remember it. They should put something fun like that back in there. Does anyone remember when ChuckeCheese was in the mall?
SHNeverStripped

Rome, NY

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#37
May 22, 2011
 
holycrapola wrote:
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Not so. It was partially torn down when they BEGAN construction for Lowes. It was never torn down before Lowes came into the picture. Shows how much you know.
Correct again. The intention of tearing that section of the Mall down was for Lowes to go in there. So however long before Lowes was built that the section was torn down doesn't matter, it was for the building of Lowes.
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#38
May 22, 2011
 
SHNeverStripped wrote:
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Correct again. The intention of tearing that section of the Mall down was for Lowes to go in there. So however long before Lowes was built that the section was torn down doesn't matter, it was for the building of Lowes.
wrong again, whorinda. That section was not torn down for Lowe's. That section was torn down before it FELL DOWN. The structure in that section was in poor shape.
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#39
May 22, 2011
 
dirty girl wrote:
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wrong again, whorinda. That section was not torn down for Lowe's. That section was torn down before it FELL DOWN. The structure in that section was in poor shape.
I remember that the front of Montgomery Wards at Riverside collapsed back in the 90's.
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Utica, NY

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#40
May 22, 2011
 
Hess's before Macy's???

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