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WEBER THIS WEEK: Bob & Donna Stivers in-studio talking Geneva (podcast)

Meet Bob and Donna Stivers who operate a wide variety of businesses in the Geneva area. They are in-studio along with their marketing partner Casey Fick to talk about their boat tours, Tiki Bar North, Stivers Seneca Marine, Lake Street Winery and their rental business. Also, their thoughts on the state of Geneva heading into 2018. . more

Multiple departments battle evening garage blaze in Aurora

Multiple fire departments in Cayuga County were called to the area of Main St. and Sunset Beach Dr. for a garage fire Monday evening. The first crew on scene declared a working fire, and the size of the blaze prompted a response from Aurora, Union Springs, and Poplar Ridge fire departments. Aurelius RIT was also called to the scene. Photos... more

11-year-old airlifted to Strong after pair is thrown from ATV in Wayne County

Details have emerged in the ATV accident that resulted in one person being transported to an area hospital, while an 11-year-old was airlifted to Strong Memorial Hospital by Mercy Flight. The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports that Frederick Barres, 50, of Ontario was operating an ATV around his property with his 11-year-old nephew as a passenger when he lost control... more

The naked truth – Bills are a very bad football team right now

At least the streaker came to play. Heck, the dude ran 100 yards untouched, full monty, wearing only a beard and a smile. But long before this subspecies of Buffalo Bills fan — or possibly an insanely inebriated New Orleans Saints fan — sprinted into glory in all his glory (and right into the back of a police car), it... more

NO BUDGET: Board struggles with landfill revenue, tax hike in Seneca Falls

Monday night served as a harsh dose of reality for a board that was either unprepared or unwilling to take a vote on a final budget in Seneca Falls. The proceedings began with Dave DeLelys, recently re-elected to the Seneca Falls Town Board, reiterating his concern for the way the budget process played out. The Democrat, who won alongside Doug... more

GROWING PAINS: More than 50 trees will be removed from Main St. in Newark

It comes down to saving money and doing something positive for downtown Newark. The Village of Newark will begin upgrading South Main St. from the Main Street Bridge to Rose Dr., according to the Village Office. In preparation for the work, which will kickoff this spring — approximately 53 trees will be removed along South Main St. The work will... more

Cornell men’s hockey starts 6-0 for 1st time since 1971

When the final buzzer sounded in Saturday night’s thrilling 3-2 victory over Harvard, the storied program that is Cornell men’s hockey had accomplished something it hadn’t done for nearly 50 years: The Red moved to 6-0 on the season, reaching the mark for the first time since the 1971-72 campaign. Richard Nixon was president when Cornell last stood undefeated through... more

Waterloo will host Hall of Fame Classic to launch 2017-18 high school basketball season, webcast schedule on FL1 Sports

For many years the Waterloo Varsity Club hosted a boys basketball Tip-Off Tournament. That annual event had been suspended prior to the last season and is now re-instituted as a fundraiser for the Waterloo Athletic Hall of Fame. This year’s event, scheduled for the first weekend in December, features seven of eight schools that have either a coach or an... more

DEC issues streambank violation to Skaneateles mayor’s construction site

The state Department of Environmental Conservation issued a notice of violation to the mayor of Skaneateles for an unpermitted streambank disturbance to a Skaneateles Lake tributary. Skaneateles Town Supervisor Jim Lanning said village of Skaneateles Mayor Marty Hubbard, owner of M. Hubbard Construction, was building a basketball court at his property at 2570 West Lake Road, which borders Minnow Brook.... more

Offense paces Cornell past Binghamton in home opener, 94-84

The Cornell men’s basketball team jumped out to a 20-point lead, staved off a Binghamton rally and then put the Bearcats away for a 94-84 victory on Monday evening in the 2017-18 home opener at Newman Arena. The Big Red evened its record at 1-1, while the Bearcats dropped their first contest to fall to 1-1. The Big Red’s 94... more

Palmyra man accused of ‘inappropriately’ touching young girl

A Palmyra man has been charged after claims that he inappropriately touched a young girl surfaced. Authorities say Kevin J. Deutenburg, 34, of Palmyra has been charged with endangering the welfare of a child following an incident, which took place back in May 2016. Deutenberg was arraigned and was released on his own recognizance. He is scheduled to reappear in... more

Reported chimney fire prompts response in Seneca Falls

First responders in Seneca County were called to a chimney fire, which was reported around noon on Monday. While details of the incident are not clear, Seneca Falls, Waterloo and Fayette fire departments responded to 1851 Auburn Rd. in Seneca Falls for a possible structure fire. First responders on-site reported an active fire in the chimney. Scanner traffic indicated that... more

Red Creek woman charged with DWI after crash

A Red Creek woman was charged with DWI following a collision, which took place over the weekend in Wayne County. Deputies say Carla L. Meisenzahl, 57, of Red Creek was charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated – having a blood-alcohol content of .18 percent, following too closely, imprudent speed and unlawful possession of marijuana following an investigation. The Sheriff’s Office... more

Neighbors express concern over proposed puppy-selling business in Yates County

Puppies by appointment only: A man is asking a town zoning board for permission to sell puppies for money out of his home in Yates County. But that’s not what some neighbors are upset about. John Sensenig filed an application in the Town of Barrington, asking to sell up to 500 puppies per year from a farm that his family... more

Troopers: Interlaken, Spencer duo face drug charges after traffic stop

Troopers say two men face drug charges after a traffic stop in the Town of Savannah. On Saturday, State Police arrested Gavin N. Hadick, 18, of Spencer and Dylan J. Palmer, 18, of Interlaken for unlawful possession of marijuana and criminal possession of a controlled substance. Palmer was stopped on West Church St. in the Town of Savannah. Both Palmer... more

Sen. Helming urges residents to ‘kick’ the smoking habit

Senator Pam Helming is proud to partner with the Tobacco Action Coalition of the Finger Lakes to recognize the Great American Smokeout on Thursday, Nov. 16. Sponsored by the American Cancer Society, this day is aimed at encouraging smokers to quit for just one day. As well as the Tobacco Action Coalition of the Finger Lakes, there are a multitude... more
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