Voters will cast important decision in Sept. 12 primary for lead prosecutor in Seneca Co.

There are a number of races worth paying attention to this fall, which are shaping up as we speak. One of those major races is for an elected term to the District Attorney’s Office in Seneca County. Both the incumbent and challenger talked about the responsibility required to take on such a position. On September 12th, voters will decide who... more

Deputies: Multiple suspects used stolen credit card in Seneca Co.

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office made three arrests in connection with a credit card, which was stolen and used multiple times, by multiple suspects. Investigators say Ian M. Belanger, 30, of Ovid; Stacey L. Courtright, 28, of Ovid; and Courtney B. Bower, 20, of Fayette were arrested and face multiple charges. The investigation remains active, according to the Sheriff’s Office,... more

Orange roll to 50-7 win over CCSU in the Dome (full coverage)

Quarterback Eric Dungey completed 28-of-36 passes for 328 yards and three touchdowns and Syracuse claimed its fourth straight season opener in a 50-7 victory against Central Connecticut State on Friday night in the Dome. Dungey, who had the seventh 300-yard passing game of his career, added two rushing touchdowns. In his first game action since November 5, 2016, Dungey showed... more

Yankees unable to get on track as Red Sox take game 2

Doug Fister continued to solidify the Red Sox’s rotation by supplying a stellar four-hit effort, and Boston cracked three homers off Sonny Gray, reclaiming their 5 1/2-game advantage in the American League East with a 4-1 victory over the Yankees on Friday evening in the Bronx. Fister settled in nicely after Brett Gardner and Aaron Judge led off the first... more

Seneca Falls man was wanted in Florida, police say

The Seneca Falls Police Department announced the arrest of a 25-year-old man after an investigation into stolen items from Kinney Drug in Seneca Falls. Police say Dustin A. Drover, 25, of Seneca Falls stole items from Kinney Drug on July 8th, passing all points of sale without attempting to pay for them. He was processed on related charges. Police also... more

Bills jump on Lions early, win preseason finale 27-17

Most of Buffalo’s starters didn’t play, but those who did looked ready to go. Scoring on their first two possessions, the Bills jumped out to a 10-0 lead and the Lions were never able to close the gap. Behind an offensive attack that rolled up more than 200 yards rushing and had three touchdowns on the ground, Buffalo won handily... more

New Section V football chairman puts vision, passion for HS football on display

Scott Barker’s playing days have long passed but that won’t lessen the “butterflies” he’ll have as the high school football season opens Thursday, followed by a full slates of games slated to kick off locally Friday and Saturday. Barker, athletic director for the Pittsford Central School District, is the new Section V football chairman. Dick Cerone held the same position... more

Hurlbut conducts Wings past RailRiders

David Hurlbut and two relievers combined to surrender just four hits to the best offense in the league and the Rochester Red Wings avoided a four-game sweep with a 5-1 win over the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders Thursday night at PNC Field. The Red Wings (78-60) kept their Wild Card lead at 2.0 games while the magic number to clinch a playoff... more

Yankees win opener, gain ground on Red Sox

The Yankees are not downplaying the importance of this weekend as they continue to chase the Red Sox for the top spot in the American League East, and their hopes for a meaningful September race remained alive with a 6-2 victory on Thursday evening at Yankee Stadium. As the rivals opened a four-game set that marks their final meeting of... more

Mets come up short in rubber game vs. Reds

Scooter Gennett’s ascension to the National League’s upper crust of infielders continued Thursday, when he hit his career-high 23rd home run off NL Cy Young candidate Jacob deGrom in the Reds’ 7-2 win over the Mets at Great American Ball Park. Gennett cracked a two-run homer off deGrom in the second inning, then added an RBI double against deGrom in... more

Beverly Animal Shelter Pets of the Week: Twins are in the air…

There is a saying, “Love is in the air”. This week at the Beverly Animal Shelter, Twins are in the air. Kitten twins that you are sure to love! Round I kittens are getting old enough for spay/neutering. You can find new, ready to go kittens almost weekly. Be sure to watch for the Cat & Kitten adoption event Saturday... more

FLX will get a taste of cool, heat, sun, and rain over Labor Day Weekend

It’s going to be a rollercoaster ride of a weekend — as the weather shifts from one extreme to the next. Friday, temperatures will struggle to move through the 60s — with most of the region remaining cooler-than-typical for Labor Day Weekend. While some of the sunshine seen this morning will begin getting filtered by the remains of Tropical Storm... more

GAMEDAY: Syracuse to open season tonight in the Dome

The Syracuse Orange football team (0-0) begins its 128th season against Central Connecticut State (0-0) on Friday, Sept. 1 in the Carrier Dome. Kickoff is set for 7:04 p.m. with the game airing on ACC Network Extra. The 2017 campaign marks the second season under the direction of head coach Dino Babers. The Orange return 20 players who started at... more