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Bills LeSean McCoy denies allegations of abuse after disturbing photo posted to Instagram

A photo was posted on Instagram Tuesday morning accusing Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy of beating his ex-girlfriend and son, abusing a dog, and using performance-enhancing drugs. A woman claiming to be a close friend of LeSean’s ex-girlfriend posted an Instagram photo alleging that McCoy beat his dog “into kidney failure,” and had to be stopped from “viciously beating”... more

FRESH TAKES: World Cup, LeBron to the Lakers & Walking Dead poster reveal (podcast)

Join Paul Russo and Nick Felice for another episode of the Fresh Takes Podcast on FingerLakes1.com. They break  down the LeBron James signing by the Lakers, the Major League Baseball All-Star game rosters, World Cup soccer, a review of Jurassic World and they react to The Walking Dead poster reveal ahead of the new season… . more

Hammondsport pub reopens hours after car crashes through porch

Two Hammondsport businesses were damaged overnight after a vehicle crashed into them. In a posting to social media, asking for followers to refer good contractors – Erin Maloney said no one was at Maloney’s Pub when a driver did visible damage to the porch of the business on Pulteney Street in Hammondsport. “No one outside was hurt, I don’t know... more

LEADERSHIP JOURNEY: Hasan Stephens, Carrier Dome DJ & founder of The Good Life Foundation (podcast)

On this episode of The Leadership Journey podcast, your host Gwen Webber-McLeod is joined by Hasan Stephens, the Carrier Dome DJ at basketball games since 2013, to discuss how roles, race, hip hop, masculinity, entrepreneurship and a deep connection to the youth of his community have impacted his leadership journey personally and as the Founder of the Good Life Foundation.... more

Suspect sought after hit-and-run boating accident on Cayuga Lake

The Tompkins County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a person involved in a boating crash that happened over the weekend on Cayuga Lake. On Saturday around 10:38 pm the suspect crashed into another occupied boat, causing major damage. That accident occurred directly east of Taughannock Falls State Park, shortly after the fireworks event, according to officials. At that point the... more

All that Naples has to offer

Good wine, food, waterfalls, and people. What more do you need? At the southwest end of the Finger Lakes lays a gold mine of hidden treasures. From Conesus to Skaneateles the region is rich food, drink, and things to do. It’s impossible to be bored in Naples. The small town nestled south of Canandaigua and Honeoye lakes is loaded with... more

Cornell football unveils 29-member Class of 2022

On the 100th day before opening kickoff, Cornell football announced the names of its newest reinforcements set to join the program this fall. Twenty-nine freshman and one sophomore transfer will come to Ithaca this August in the form of 12 offensive players, 15 defensive players and three special teams players. Seven defensive backs, three linebackers and two defensive linemen make... more

Felony charges filed against man who sold cocaine in Waterloo, Fayette

Seneca County Sheriff Tim Luce reports the arrest of a 43-year-old Waterloo man on multiple felony counts following an investigation into the sale of controlled substances. On Monday around 6:15 pm members of the Narcotics Unit arrested Jason V. Minguez, 43, of Waterloo after allegedly selling powdered cocaine and crack cocaine within the Village of Waterloo and Town of Fayette.... more

Pedestrian suffers serious injuries after being struck in Canandaigua

New details have emerged about an incident at the intersection of South Main and Niagara streets in the City of Canandaigua – after an unidentified woman was transported to Strong Memorial Hospital with serious injuries. Police say that woman was a pedestrian, and struck by a northbound passenger vehicle on Main Street. Investigation shows that the vehicle was traveling north... more

Canandaigua man fled police, later arrested for resisting arrest

On Monday at approximately 4:25 pm members of the Canandaigua Police Department executed an arrest warrant – taking a 25-year-old male into custody on charges related to a stay away order of protection. Miles E. Nelson, 25, of Canandaigua was charged with second-degree contempt and resisting arrest. Police say that on June 26th Nelson had contact with a party who... more

Prison City’s Mass Riot IPA repeats top 10 showing in blind tasting

Mass Riot is no fluke. Prison City Pub & Brewery’s India pale ale placed No. 6 in a blind tasting and ranking of 324 IPAs published Tuesday by Paste Magazine. The publication named Mass Riot No. 1 in a ranking of 247 IPAs in August 2016, raising the downtown Auburn brewpub’s profile and prompting regional beer enthusiasts to line up on State and Dill... more

Comfortable mid-week weather in FLX, before heat returns late-week

There’s a cold front passing through the region on Tuesday, but don’t bank on much rain. The Finger Lakes will remain almost completely dry – with only a few passing showers registering on the radar as a cold front passes through. The front will dry things out, and remove the humidity that built into the air on Monday. However, the... more

Bird’s 4 RBIs not enough as Yankees lose on walk-off single at Camden Yards

The Yankees pitched to Manny Machado at least one too many times, watching the All-Star shortstop crack a pair of game-tying blasts to set up Jonathan Schoop’s game-winning single off Greg Bird’s glove at first base, helping the Orioles rally for a 6-5 victory over the Yankees on Tuesday at Camden Yards. Schoop’s ninth-inning hit was delivered off Dellin Betances... more

Deputies: Lodi woman possessed pills, marijuana during traffic stop

Deputies say a 35-year-old Lodi resident was arrested on drug possession charges after a traffic stop on State Route 414 late last month. Christine A. Federico, 35, of Lodi was charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of marijuana after the traffic stop in Lodi. Deputies located a quantity of pills, which were identified as... more

Rosario’s 2 triples can’t rescue Mets, Gagnon

The development of Amed Rosario has been a huge focus for the Mets’ organization, and his awakening at the plate provided a positive in a 7-3 loss to the Phillies on Tuesday night at Citi Field. Rosario went 3-for-4 with two triples and one RBI after going just 3-for-28 over his last 14 games entering the contest. The 22-year-old belted... more

William Street closed in front of Auburn YMCA

A portion of William Street in front of the Auburn YMCA-WEIU is closed for water infrastructure repairs. The road is closed to traffic in both directions between Westlake Avenue and the YMCA’s driveway from Tuesday, July 10, through Thursday, July 12, Superintendent of Engineering Services Bill Lupien said. William Street’s southbound lane is closed from the intersection of Genesee Street... more

Another successful Aquacade in Seneca Falls

This past Saturday, the Aquacade Watercraft Parade entertained thousands during the 3rd Annual Seneca Falls Canal Fest. The floating armada of decorated boats travel through the Seneca Falls Canal Harbor on the Seneca-Cayuga Canal in this unique parade celebrating the creativity of the recreational boating community. This year’s Aquacade included boats from outside the state to local businesses. As many... more

Road rage incident in Watkins Glen leads to arrest

Members of the Watkins Glen Police Department report the arrest of a New Rochelle man following a road rage incident on July 5th. Enrique R. Mateos, 47, was charged with disorderly conduct, harassment and reckless driving after an incident in the Village of Watkins Glen. He was arraigned in Village Court and released to answer the charges at a later... more
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