Month: October 2018

Seneca IDA to host public input sessions in November

Seneca IDA to host public input sessions in November

The Seneca County Industrial Development Agency announced that the organization will hold two public meetings in November as part of the IDA’s economic development strategic planning process. The IDA recently commenced a planning process in an effort to develop a formal strategic ... MORE
Hundreds of thousands coming to

Hundreds of thousands coming for emergency communications in the Finger Lakes

Cayuga County’s public safety emergency communications system will be getting significant funding from New York State, according to announcements by Governor Andrew Cuomo and Cayuga County Administrator Justin Woods. Gov. Cuomo announced $806,629 in funding to support Cayuga County’s public safety emergency ... MORE
GET LOCAL WITH SYDNEY ROGERS: Getting scared at Terror Field (video)

GET LOCAL WITH SYDNEY ROGERS: Getting scared at Terror Field (video)

With Halloween just around the corner, join your host Sydney Rogers for the third episode of Get Local on FingerLakes1.com! Sydney builds up the courage to take you through what is known to be one of the scariest haunted attractions in the ... MORE
Deputies: Niagara Falls man damaged vehicle at del Lago, charged with felony criminal mischief

Deputies: Niagara Falls man damaged vehicle at del Lago, charged with felony criminal mischief

Deputies say a Niagara Falls man was arrested on felony charges after an incident at the del Lago Resort & Casino in Tyre. On October 12th around 3:07 pm deputies arrested Nghia Q. Truong, 50, charging him with third-degree criminal mischief. Deputies ... MORE
Teen charged with assault after fight in Romulus

Teen charged with assault after fight in Romulus

Deputies say a fight in Romulus led to a 13-year-old being charged. The victim in the incident was injured, according to the Seneca County Sheriff’s Office. They say the teen, who was charged with third-degree assault – engaged in a physical altercation ... MORE
Humane Society: Pug abandoned next to public works building in Ontario County

Humane Society: Pug abandoned next to public works building in Ontario County

The Humane Society of Ontario County is looking for anyone who may know something about an abandoned pug, who was left outside a public building on Friday. The Ontario County Humane Society said a white woman between the ages of 30-40 was ... MORE
Meals On Wheels celebrating 60th Anniversary in Retro Style

Meals On Wheels celebrating 60th Anniversary in Retro Style

As part of our 60th anniversary celebration, Meals On Wheels, a program of UR Medicine Home Care, will be delivering meals driven by a volunteer in retro 1950’s clothing in a vehicle from the same time period, today on Monday, October 15th ... MORE
Events, Life, Rochester Area
WEEKEND EVENTS: Family Fun to Sheer Terror in the Finger

WEEKEND EVENTS: Family Fun to Sheer Terror in the Finger Lakes October 19th – 21st

Halloween is just around the corner and the Finger Lakes are in full swing with scary, fun and family friendly events scattered across the region! This weekend has a variety of events to enjoy beginning with  family fun all the way to ... MORE
Large dairy farms herded through permitting loophole as toxic algae blooms threaten local waters

Large dairy farms herded through permitting loophole as toxic algae blooms threaten local waters

New court-ordered rules designed to control manure runoff from dairy farms into streams and lakes won’t apply to the vast majority of the state’s large industrial farms because roughly 230 of them recently began exploiting a permitting loophole, records show. The towns ... MORE
Auburn elementary school placed on lockout after suicidal threat from parent

Auburn elementary school placed on lockout after suicidal threat from parent

An Auburn elementary school was placed on a short lockout Monday afternoon. The lockout was put in place after the Cayuga County Sheriff’s Office reported that a parent of a student at Herman Avenue Elementary School was making suicidal threats and officials ... MORE
Sheriff to give briefing Tuesday on search for missing one-year-old in Sodus

Sheriff: Remains found at Sodus farm likely that of missing toddler

The remains located at a farm in Sodus are ‘consistent’ with that of the missing toddler, who was last seen in May. Deputies had been searching for days in May to locate the missing child, whom first responders feared was dead. Now, ... MORE
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Former HWS president embraces new role as CEO of Sigma Pi Phi

Roughly six months after he resigned, the former president of Hobart and William Smith Colleges is embracing his new position as CEO and chairman of Sigma Pi Phi, the nation’s first black fraternity. Since leaving his post at the Colleges, Greg Vincent ... MORE
Ultralife wins $8M contract to supply Thales Defense & Security, Inc.

Ultralife wins $8M contract to supply Thales Defense & Security, Inc.

Ultralife Corporation has been awarded a contract valued at approximately $8.3 million to supply its Vehicle Amplifier-Adaptors and Mounted VHF Amplifiers to Thales Defense & Security, Inc., a global leader in the development, manufacture, and support of combat-proven, software-defined radio equipment, for ... MORE
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First responder suffers burn battling Sodus fire

A local firefighter suffered burns while battling a fire in Sodus on Monday, according to first responders. Crews were called to West Main Street in Sodus around 4:40 pm. It was a grease fire that spread to a nearby wall. No residents ... MORE
Fire, News, Sodus, Wayne County
Wineglass Marathon a wild success in the Southern Tier

Wineglass Marathon a wild success in the Southern Tier (video)

This year’s wineglass half-marathon winners were David Sinclair of Peru, VT and Laurel Leone of Syracuse, NY. This year’s marathon winners were Trevor VanAckeren of Bethlehem, PA and Brianna Deming of Morristown, NJ. ... MORE