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Skaneateles superintendent: Bus driver arrested, charged after incident involving student

The Skaneateles Central School District superintendent said one of the bus drivers from the district’s contracted transportation service was arrested Thursday following an incident involving a Skaneateles student. In a letter to parents and district residents circulated Friday, Superintendent Ken Slentz said the bus driver for First Student Inc. was charged with inappropriate contact with and endangering the welfare of... more

Lyons man leads deputies on brief chase; arrested on multiple charges

A Lyons man is facing multiple charges after he attempted to flee police following a routine traffic stop. Wayne County Sheriff Barry Virts reports the arrest of Terry Phillips, 49, of Lyons for third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, fourth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, and third-degree unlawful fleeing a police officer in a motor vehicle. Phillips was... more

Plenty of uncertainty remains with upcoming winter storm

The weather could turn challenging by the time Monday and Tuesday rolls around for the Finger Lakes. While a ton of uncertainty remains with the track of a system, which will impact the region in some fashion — the likelihood of precipitation (rain or snow) is becoming increasingly likely. Here’s the latest on the storm setup from FLX Weather Meteorologist... more

Auburn State Prison inmate charged with endangering child in Gorham

A Rochester man was arrested by Ontario County Sheriff’s Deputies following an investigation into an incident involving an infant consuming suboxone, resulting in that child’s hospitalization. On Tuesday, Daniel R. Legler, 29, of Rochester was charged with endangering the welfare of a child after an investigation revealed that on August 28th he took suboxone that did not belong to him,... more

SOUTH-END RIVALRY PART II: South Seneca boys host Romulus LIVE at 7:30 pm on FL1 Sports

Last night the FL1 Sports team was in Romulus to watch the #1 NYS ranked South Seneca Lady Falcons cruise to victory over the Lady Warriors. Tonight, the Romulus boys will try to avenge the loss when they visit the Jack Guinan Gymnasium in Ovid to take on South Seneca. Dave Barnick and Jason Hunt have the call on FL1... more

Dundee man indicted by grand jury on manslaughter charge

A Dundee man could be facing anywhere from 5 to 15 years in prison, if convicted on the charge that a grand jury leveled against him. Charles Taylor, 25, of Dundee was charged with two counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance and criminal injection of a narcotic drug, along with two misdemeanor charges of making a punishable false... more

Auburn man facing multiple charges after choking woman

An Auburn man is facing multiple charges after a warrant was issued for his arrest. The attack allegedly took place on December 31st, and involved Justin E. Murphy, 26, of Auburn — as well as an unidentified female victim. The Auburn Police Department says that Murphy was picked up on a warrant Thursday. He was charged with first-degree criminal contempt,... more

Women wanted on ID theft, grand larceny charges located in Wayne Co.

The Wayne County Office of the Sheriff reports the arrest of a Red Creek woman following an investigation into a wanted person. Deputies arrested Eden H. Skinner, 26, who is currently homeless, on an arrest warrant out of the Sodus Town Court. Skinner was charged with third-degree grand larceny, and first-degree identity theft — both felonies. Skinner was arraigned in... more

INSIDE THE FLX: Melina Carnicelli, Betty Bayer talk about march in Seneca Falls (podcast)

Everyone involved in organizing the ‘Women March in Seneca Falls’ event scheduled for Saturday knew it had the potential to grow incredibly large. The event, which is scheduled for Saturday was previewed by two organizers. Former Auburn Mayor Melina Carnicelli and Betty Bayer, joined Josh Durso on the Inside the FLX podcast to talk about how that event blossomed into... more

85-year-old hospitalized after crash in Savannah

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports an active investigation into a personal injury motor vehicle accident that occurred on South Butler Road in the Town of Savannah on Thursday at approximately 10:33 am. A vehicle being operated by Harry L. Reiss Jr, 85, of Penfield was driving southbound on Livingston Road when he failed to stop or make a turn... more

Lyons woman assaults police officer during arrest after domestic dispute

A Lyons woman was arrested after a domestic dispute, according to deputies in Wayne County. Deputies arrested Kimberly L. Goebert, 36, of Lyons following a domestic dispute. Goebert started to yell and swear in public while damaging property. After Goebert was taken into custody — deputies say she tried to break out the rear window of the patrol car. She... more

Deputies: Canandaigua man entered Geneva business, stole from safe

A 30-year-old Canandaigua man has been charged with burglary after an incident on January 14th. Deputies say that Luis Angel Medina-Castro was charged with third-degree burglary after he allegedly entered a business on January 14th in the Town of Geneva — taking cash from a safe within the business. He was arraigned in Geneva Town Court and remanded to the... more

Newark Village takes next step in Main Street reconstruction

Newark Village officials took the next step to prepare for the reconstruction of South Main Street. At the board’s last meeting, they approved an engineering contract with Lu Engineers for waterline replacement. Bob Hutteman from Lu Engineers was on hand to talk about the proposed waterline replacement. Given that the waterlines are currently located under the pavement, Hutteman told the board... more

Commission says $269M brought into region by HWS

Hobart and William Smith Colleges may not pay property taxes, but it wields plenty of economic impact in the region and state, a new study says. A recent analysis by the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities said the Colleges’ total economic impact in 2015 was $269.2 million, an increase of about $25 million since 2013. The commission used data... more

ROAD CLOSURES: Multiple roadways will be unavailable during Seneca Falls March

On Saturday, January 21st at approximately 10 am the Women’s March will take place in the Town of Seneca Falls. Participants will be lining up on Mynderse Street, between Fall Street and Oak Street. The Women’s March will proceed onto Fall Street, State Street, South Park Street, and Cayuga Street where it will end at the First Presbyterian Church. Expect... more

del Lago Resort & Casino gives $100K check to Seneca Co. Sheriff’s Office

  The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office received $100,000 to fund an additional officer. In a press release Friday morning, del Lago Resort & Casino Executive Vice President and General Manager Jeff Babinski and Vice President of Security Jim McCormack presented the Seneca County Sheriff’s Office with $100,000. The check was presented to Seneca County Sheriff Tim Luce. The resort and... more

W-FL Thursday: South Seneca girls roll over rival Romo; ER sweeps season series against Lyons

The South Seneca Lady Falcons used a dominant performance on the road to run away from Romulus on Thursday in a game that was streamed live on FL1 Sports. The final score of 66-37 was in stark contrast to the FL West rivals first meeting earlier this season which the Lady Falcons won by just 2 points. Watch the game... more

Dallas Cowboys, ‘Star Wars’ items among featured celebrity items

If you’re a fan of the Dallas Cowboys, America’s love ’em/hate ’em team, or “Star Wars,” you might want to head down to the Wayne County Humane Society’s 14th annual Sweetheart Auction, which takes place at noon on Sunday, Jan. 29 at the Palmyra VFW, 4306 Route 31, Palmyra. For the second straight year, the Humane Society is featuring celebrity... more
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