Watch Sunday night’s Mynderse Athletics Hall of Fame 2016 Induction Ceremony

The 2016 Mynderse Academy Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2016 was inducted on Sunday, October 9th at the Delevan Theater on the campus of New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls. The ceremony was streamed live on FingerLakes1.TV and can be replayed below… The 2016 Mynderse Academy Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Class: Dana Dickson – Class of 1978 Coach Michael Marriam Steve... more

Two officers sent to hospital after incident at Five Points in Romulus

The New York State Correctional Officers and Police Benevolent Association announced that two corrections officers were injured at Five Points Correctional Facility in Romulus after an altercation with an inmate. Officials say that the two were taken to Cayuga Medical Center after an incident involving inmate Albert Woods, who is 43-years-old. The NYSCOPBA reports that Woods allegedly was passing items,... more

GolfJay.com Podcast: Ryder Cup recap & season finale special edition

Join Jim Sinicropi, Rhett Ticconi and Doug Brown to recap the U.S. victory at Hazeltine in the 2016 Ryder Cup matches, take a look back at the 2015-16 PGA Tour season and a mock fantasy golf draft for the season ahead on the fall finale episode of the GolfJay.com Podcast recorded live Monday evening on FingerLakes1.TV. Audio Only Version: more

Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s will merge in $4.5B deal

Changes are coming for one of the largest outdoor stores in the U.S. Bass Pro Shops announced on Monday that a merger between them and Cabela’s would be taking place – pending a closing agreement. The deal was worth $4.5 billion and will create the largest outdoor chain in the U.S. by a large margin. Many view this as a... more

Negotiations break down between Ithaca College faculty and administrators

While it’s not as prominent as last year’s protests, Ithaca College is still dealing with some turmoil between the administration and faculty. In May of last year, IC’s part-time faculty voted to form a union, citing complaints about compensation and job security that are being faced by adjunct professors at Ithaca College and across the nation. Ithaca Voice: Read More more

NYS Exposed: Security changes at Ginna Nuclear Power Plant

A nuclear power plant in our area is trying to cut costs by making security changes. These changes could be putting people living nearby in danger. News10NBC received a phone call from a concerned employee at the Ginna Nuclear Power Plant. The employee says the security force at Ginna is going to be getting rid of all hand guns onsite.... more

State law will require mental health education in schools

New York’s schools will have to teach about mental health in their state-mandated health classes in two years. The 40-year-old mandate for health education already specifically requires teaching about alcohol, drugs, tobacco, and the prevention and detection of cancers. Sponsors say the new curriculum will increase the likelihood that students recognize the signs of mental illness in themselves and others... more

Bill Moyers draws full house talking Election 2016 at George M. Ewing Canandaigua Forum

Journalist and political commentator Bill Moyers talked about the upcoming presidential election and what its outcome could mean for the nation during the George M. Ewing Canandaigua Forum at Finger Lake Community College on Sunday. “A Democracy can die with too many lies,” said Moyers, who talked about the phenomenon of Donald Trump and other forces driving the election. Moyers,... more

Floyd Rayburn endorsed by Rochester Chamber of Commerce in NY Senate race

Floyd Rayburn hasn’t decided whether he’ll continue campaigning in the 54th Senate District race, but he’s still picking up endorsements. The Rochester Chamber of Commerce endorsed Rayburn, who won the Reform Party primary to secure a spot on the general election ballot. According to Rayburn’s campaign, it’s the first time the chamber has supported a minor party candidate in a... more

Auburn, Jordan-Elbridge competition bands play at Holland Stadium during afternoon of music

Students from eight different upstate New York high schools came to Auburn Sunday to compete in the annual Harvest of Sound exhibition at Holland Stadium. The yearly competition hosted by Auburn High School’s Vanguard Marching Band was moved from its traditional Saturday evening show to a Sunday afternoon this year. Bands from as far as away as the Hudson Valley... more

DeFrancisco puts 2015 NY Senate majority leader vote aside, praises ‘classmate’ Nozzolio

When state Senate Deputy Majority Leader John DeFrancisco arrived Saturday at a ceremony honoring retiring state Sen. Michael Nozzolio, he said his longtime colleague had a message for him. “Be nice,” Nozzolio said, according to DeFrancisco — the keynote speaker at the event held at Veterans Memorial Park in Auburn. The Auburn Citizen – News: Read More more

Clown sighting confirmed in Canandaigua; but was only a 16-year-old youth

A “creepy clown” sighting in the town of Canandaigua Saturday evening has been confirmed by authorities, though it turned out to be nothing more threatening than a 16-year-old walking on a rural road near his home. The youth was wearing a black striped clown outfit and a clown mask, Ontario County Undersheriff David Tillman said Monday. It was a rainy, gloomy... more

Dog wedding draws dozens to fundraiser for Auburn SPCA

Dressed with a top hat and a “tuxedo” that matched his own furry tufts of black and white, Elvis scampered to be with his bride-to-be, Ella. She waited for him as best as a 5-month-old Bernese mountain dog could, pulling excitedly at a leash held by her owner, Mary Jo Pelc. At the sounds of a wedding march, Denice Brooks... more

NFIB, small business advocacy group, endorses Assemblyman Gary Finch for re-election

A leading small business advocacy group in New York is taking sides in the 126th Assembly District race. The National Federation of Independent Business endorsed Assemblyman Gary Finch for re-election. The organization backed the incumbent Republican over Democratic challenger Diane Dwire. The Auburn Citizen – News: Read More more

Rhinos cruise in opening round of USL playoffs

A rainy playoff day in Rochester is nothing new for the Rhinos as they faced the Charlotte Independence in the first round of the USL Playoffs. The Rhinos welcomed the number five seed to Rochester Rhinos Stadium as they began to defend their 2015 USL Championship. The teams met just a few weeks ago in Charlotte where the Rhinos walked... more
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