WOMEN MARCH: Sights, sounds & people from Saturday’s historic event in Seneca Falls (video)

An estimated 15,000 people gathered in Seneca Falls on Saturday for Women March in Seneca Falls on Saturday, January 20, 2018, an event created to unite people in the modern fight for equality. A number of speakers, including Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul and Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren participated in the event. .  FULL SPEECHES FROM PRE-MARCH RALLY: .  FULL SPEECHES... more

LATEST: NWS says more rain, temperature drop in forecast for next 24 hours

Thunder in January? The National Weather Service says that if you live in Western New York and heard thunder early this morning — you’re not alone. “Warm temperatures coupled with a strong low pressure system enabled thunderstorms to move across Ohio and Pennsylvania overnight, and into Western New York early this morning. The purple plus and minus symbols overlaid on... more

UPSTATE HOOPS: Justice Smith, Jordan Harris & David Weaver of Lyons in-studio (podcast)

Last Saturday night the Lyons Lions defeated Clyde-Savannah in one of the most entertaining high school basketball games this season. Junior guards Justice Smith and David Weaver will be in-studio to talk about thay big win, their season so far and the road ahead as we move closer to Sectionals. Also, a recap of the past week in Wayne-Finger Lakes... more

Comparing Syracuse’s NCAA tournament resume to other bubble teams

With roughly two-thirds of the regular season over, the Syracuse Orange basketball team appears to be on the NCAA tournament bubble. Just where the Orange sits on the bubble, though, is the question. Syracuse has an RPI of 35 and an overall record of 13-6. SU is 2-4 in the ACC. ESPN bracketologist Joe Lunardi has Syracuse seeded 10th in... more

Gananda beats ER; Heidi Miller scores 1,000th point in Mynderse loss (W-FL round-up 1/20)

For a light schedule on Saturday in the Wayne-Finger Lakes there was a lot of action. In Wayne County, Gananda defeated East Rochester to move into 3rd place in the Wayne County standings and the Honeoye Bulldogs held Bloomfield to a point total that was less than Patrick Geitner scored himself when the teams last met. On the girls side,... more

Geneva civil rights activist remembered by friends and family

You may not expect upbeat music during a memorial service, but for the family and friends of Rosa Blue, it created a perfect atmosphere to say their final goodbye. In fact, services were called a “Home Going Celebration” instead of a funeral. The well-known Geneva civil rights activist passed away last Saturday at the age of 86. Her accomplishments included... more

LOOKING BACK: Geneva’s South Main Street

What do you think of when you think of Geneva’s South Main Street? I believe many Genevans think of the beautiful row houses often referred to as “Rainbow Row.” There is no doubt that South Main from Seneca Street south to Jay Street is beautiful, with many different architectural styles in its 4,660-foot length. However, how much of that beauty... more

Syracuse women end 2-game skid with 70-52 knockout of Pittsburgh

Earlier in the week, SU had a players-only meeting to find a way to end the team’s two-game conference skid and to protect a home court it hadn’t lost on in 10-straight games dating back to last season. Heading into its matchup with Pittsburgh on Sunday, the Orange knew this game would be different than others. Syracuse announced a partnership... more

Galajda Blanks Colgate on back-to-back nights for Big Red hockey

Freshman goaltender Matthew Galajda made 23 saves to post back-to-back shutouts this weekend, highlighting the Cornell men’s hockey team’s 2-0 win over Colgate on Saturday night at Class of 1965 Arena. Freshman forwards Cam Donaldson and Kyle Betts scored the goals for Cornell (16-2-1, 10-1-1 ECAC Hockey), which moved into a tie for first place in the league following Dartmouth’s... more

Statesmen skate past Norwich 4-1

Four different Statesmen scored as the No. 14/15 Hobart College hockey team defeated No. 11/13 Norwich 4-1 in an NEHC game played this evening in Northfield, Vt. The Statesmen improve to 10-5-4 overall and 7-3-2 in conference action. The Cadets fall to 12-5-1 overall and 8-2-1 in the NEHC. It’s the second time Hobart and Norwich have met this season.... more