Voters turnout in primary exercise on Tuesday in the FLX (full-results)

Some results were surprising, others were expected, but all of them are unofficial. Tuesday’s primary races saw good turnout numbers, but given how many high-profile races were shaping up in the region — it wasn’t a surprise to many. In Ontario County James Ritts successfully defeated Kitty Karle for the Republican line in November’s election. While Karle was leading the... more

Red Jacket football finally gets a night under the lights

This week, Red Jacket football is set to make history, win or lose, when they take on rival Clyde-Savannah. For the first time ever, they’re hosting a game under Friday night lights. “I got goosebumps right now just talking about it,” said Travis Liberty, Red Jacket senior quarterback. “I didn’t think I would ever be able to play under the... more

INSIDE THE FLX: Seneca Falls officials talk substance abuse, upcoming Tall Cop program (podcast)

On a special edition of the Inside the FLX podcast representatives from the Seneca Falls Central School District, Seneca Falls Police Department and Generations Bank will be in to discuss substance abuse, and a program aimed at connecting with kids, parents and members of the community. The “Tall Cop Says Stop” program is set for Wednesday, September 27, 2017 from... more

Wanted: A few budding artist-historians in West Bloomfield

Discover history in your hometown. That is the idea behind the West Bloomfield Historical Society’s first-time contest for young people. Kids are invited to look around West Bloomfield to find really old things, create an image of what they find, and learn the story behind it. Entrants do not have to actually live in the town but the artwork must... more

A red, white and blue tribute at St. Mary’s in Canandaigua

Current and past service members, first responders, and victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks are recognized this week with 107 flags installed on the lawn of St. Mary’s School as a “Field of Honor.” An opening ceremony was held Monday for the four-day tribute, which will continue until Thursday, when a closing ceremony will be held at 10 a.m.... more

New municipal building, Aldi’s expansion on Seneca County Planning Board agenda

The Seneca County Planning Board will conduct seven general municipal law reviews and be addressed by Craig Sessler at its Thursday evening meeting. Sessler, of Waterloo, will discuss future development on Routes 318 and 414 in Tyre and Junius. He is an executive with Sessler Excavating & Wrecking Inc. and 3S Gateway Development LLC, which owns property on Route 318... more

Yankees held to one run in loss to Rays at Citi Field

Sonny Gray breezed into the eighth inning, turning in one of his sharpest efforts since being acquired by the Yankees. Adeiny Hechavarria rewrote that story with one swing, lifting the Rays to a 2-1 victory on Tuesday evening at Citi Field, Tampa Bay’s home turf for this series due to Hurricane Irma. With their loss and Boston’s rout of Oakland,... more

Get to know Central Michigan, Syracuse football’s next opponent

Syracuse football (1-1) will look to rebound from an embarrassing 30-23 loss to Middle Tennessee State when the Orange hosts Central Michigan (2-0) in the Carrier Dome After eking out an overtime win versus FCS Rhode Island in their season opener, the Chippewas (2-0) are coming off a 45-27 victory over Kansas. Here’s what you need to know about CMU.... more

Auburn native withstands Irma on St. John

Almost one week after Hurricane Irma devastated the Virgin Islands, Jim Hanley relives his memories through photographs. "That's myself, my wife and Tim at the Tap Room. The picture next to that is Trunk Bay," says Hanley. "You can see the color of the water is like nothing you see stateside." His son Tim moved to St. John 10 years... more

Bills add linebacker depth by signing Jelani Jenkins

The Buffalo Bills have added much-needed experienced depth at linebacker by signing free agent Jelani Jenkins. The 25-year-old started 34 games over the previous three seasons with the Miami Dolphins before signing with Oakland in March. Jenkins was pegged to compete for a starting job but never made the Raiders’ season-opening roster. He was placed on injured reserve on Sept.... more

KENNY’S 2 PENNIES: Shocking Orange Loss & Bills Start 1-0 (podcast)

This week Kenny recaps Syracuse’s embarrassing Dome loss to Middle Tennessee State and is happy to look back at the Buffalo Bills’ opening win against the Jets on Sunday. Also, why you might not want to sleep with your dog in bed. All that and a shout out to the Mynderse and Waterloo football teams. . more

Canandaigua marks solemn anniversary of 9/11

Stephanie Riley has never missed a Sept. 11 remembrance ceremony in Canandaigua. On Monday, she joined others who lined Main Street for the 16th anniversary observance of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. In the march of firefighters, police officers, ambulance crews and other first responders was her husband, Patrick Riley. Patrick is a volunteer firefighter with the Farmington Fire... more

FAFSA workshop coming for parents in Seneca and Cayuga counties

Generations Bank announces the offering of two FAFSA – Free Applications for Federal Student Aid – Workshops for students and parents in Seneca & Cayuga County. These workshops will be hosted by Generations Bank Student Lending Champion, Christie Schwab, and will offer students and parents a chance to complete the FAFSA at the event with assistance from bankers and lending... more