Price Chopper stocking team

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Oscar Cruz, a grocer at Price Chopper on Black River Blvd for 6 years, pulls a pallet full of beverages for restocking. During the over night hours of the store that is open 24 hours- the restocking team goes of to work to make sure the shelves are full full of the items shoppers want. (Sentinel photos by John Clifford)
Oscar Cruz, a grocer at Price Chopper on Black River Blvd for 6 years, pulls a pallet full of beverages for restocking. During the over night hours of the store that is open 24 hours- the restocking team goes of to work to make sure the shelves are full full of the items shoppers want. 2:33 am (Sentinel photos by John Clifford)

DiNitto Farm Milking Parlor and Barn

Our first pictures of the day in the life of our community starts out at DiNitto Farm in Marcy where 550 cows are milked three times a day. The farm started out as Central New York Livestock in 1945. Then Tony DiNitto Sr. purchased the farm in 1983. The milking parlor and barn in these photographs was built in 1992 and milking began in 1993.
Our first pictures of the day in the life of our community starts out at DiNitto Farm in Marcy where 550 cows are milked three times a day. The farm started out as Central New York Livestock in 1945. Then Tony DiNitto Sr. purchased the farm in 1983. The milking parlor and barn in these photographs was built in 1992 and milking began in 1993.

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Get ready for A Day in the Life!

On Wednesday, July 13, 2016  The Daily Sentinel photo department will be posting photographs for a continuous 24 hours— midnight to midnight— to show how our community lives, works and plays.

“The goal is to give readers a nice overall look at how we live on a average day,” said John Clifford, a Sentinel staff photographer for 23 years. “We do this everyday with some of our feature photos but this gives us an opportunity to get to some pictures we wouldn’t normally get to.”

Photos will be posted, at least one per hour, as they are made on this website— and on the Daily Sentinel Facebook page.

Follow along and if you would like to suggest a photo idea call the Sentinel at 337-4000 or post a comment on any post using the hashtag #sentineldayinthelife.

24 hour photo project – July 13, 2016