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Bills falter late in Monday night loss to Patriots; Thurman Thomas honored at halftime (full coverage)

MONDAY NIGHT BUFFALO: Bills host rival Patriots tonight on MNF (preview & info)
Late mistakes would ultimately be Buffalo’s downfall in loss to New England at New Era Stadium on Monday night. After holding the Patriots to just nine points throughout the first three quarters, the Bills allowed 13 points in the fourth, losing the game by a score of 25-6. The Bills’ offense came out with a few tricks up its sleeve,... more

Cook Political Report: Mitrano gaining ground on Reed

Cook Political Report: Mitrano gaining ground on Reed
A nationally recognized watcher of political races showed Democrat challenger Tracy Mitrano gaining ground on Republican incumbent Tom Reed in the 23rd Congressional District. The Cook Political Report changed its handicap of Reed-Mitrano race from “solid Republican” to “likely Republican” late last week. It was one of 10 congressional districts whose ratings were changed by Cook in advance of the... more

Sodus community ponders what a year marked by violence means for their small town

Sodus community ponders what a year marked by violence means for their small town
As he watched a helicopter hover above his apple orchards last Monday, Mike Beckens knew something was wrong. Very wrong. In the hours after an unknown male suspect fled after fatally shooting two people in the Village of Sodus, Beckens said he felt uneasy as police vehicles repeatedly sped past his farm just outside of the village. The state police helicopter floating overhead confirmed the intensity of... more

Local residents react to Hill Cumorah Pageant ending in 2020

Hill Cumorah Pageant to end in 2020
The famed Hill Cumorah Pageant is set to end after its 2020 season, according to Pageant officials. The announcement was made on Saturday. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints said several pageants produced by the Church will be either modified or ended, including its flagship pageant in Palmyra. According to Pageant officials, Church officials listed several factors which... more

Seneca Falls man charged with vehicular assault after pursuit, DWI accident investigation

Seneca Falls man charged with vehicular assault after DWI accident in September
The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports that on Friday at approximately 12:40 p.m. they charged a Seneca Falls man in connection with a serious injury motorcycle accident that happened on September 13th. Investigators say that Joshua A. Jones, 25, of Seneca Falls was eastbound on State Route 5 when he was spotted in Geneva by police speeding with the front... more

WEBER THIS WEEK: Things looking up on the Syracuse hill & World Series wrap (podcast)

WEBER THIS WEEK: Things looking up on the Syracuse hill & World Series wrap (podcast)
On this week’s edition of Weber This Week, the Dog talks about Syracuse football’s win over NC State and the season ahead for the Orange basketball team. Also, a look at the World Series, the Cleveland Cavaliers and in a parting shot, Weber’s take on the pending litigation between the Town of Seneca Falls and Seneca Meadows. . more

Geneva Chamber partners with Town of Geneva for November 14th Business After Hours

Geneva Chamber partners with Town of Geneva for November 14th Business After Hours
The Geneva Area Chamber of Commerce will partner with the Town of Geneva to host the November Business After Hours Networking Mixer on Wednesday, November 14th at the Geneva Town Hall at 3750 County Road 6. The event will take place from 5PM until 7PM. Taking a slightly different approach from traditional mixers, the Town of Geneva’s Business After Hours... more

With help from NY Assembly Democrats, Batman outraises, outspends Finch

With help from NY Assembly Democrats, Batman outraises, outspends Finch
Keith Batman received support from Albany Democrats in his bid to unseat Assemblyman Gary Finch in the 126th Assembly District race. In his 11-day pre-general filing posted Monday, Batman reported receipts totaling $16,825. More than half of the money came from the Democratic Assembly Campaign Committee, which transferred $10,000 to the Scipio Democrat’s campaign. Batman received $1,900 from individuals and... more

Second assailant found guilty on felony charges in Cayuga kidnapping/burglary case

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Cayuga County District Attorney Jon Budelmann announced on Friday that a 31-year-old Utica man was found guilty on all nine felony counts against him in Cayuga County Court. The jury convicted Derek Sedore, 31, of Utica on the following charges: – Three counts of first-degree burglary; – Two counts of first-degree robbery; – One count of kidnapping; and One count... more

HEAL Schuyler works with local restaurants to offer healthy options

HEAL Schuyler works with local restaurants to offer healthy options
HEAL (Healthy Eating and Active Living) Schuyler is working with local restaurants on the new Choose HEALth program standards. The Choose HEALth, Healthy Food Choices in Schuyler County program was founded in 2015. The new standards tiers restaurants into the following categories: Member, Bronze, Silver and Gold. Participating restaurants submit recipes and are classified into a tier. The Member tier... more

Cayuga County Legislature approves formation of Department of Public Works

Cayuga County Legislature approves formation of Department of Public Works
The Cayuga County Highway Department and several other departments responsible for county facilities and infrastructure will be reorganized into a single unit. The Cayuga County Legislature last week voted to create a Department of Public Works, which will combine the highway department, buildings and grounds department, parks and trails; and weights and measures into a single administrative structure. According to... more

Shooting in Geneva; victim treated at Strong for non-life threatening injuries

Shooting in Geneva; victim treated at Strong for non-life threatening injuries
Around 12:44 a.m. on Sunday the Geneva Police Department responded to the report of ‘shots fired’ in the area of 20 N. Wadsworth Street in the city. Upon arrival it was determined that a 39-year-old male had been shot multiple times. Police say he suffered several non-life threatening gunshot wounds to his leg as result of the incident. He was... more

Auburn man, woman arrested during domestic dispute response

Auburn man, woman arrested during domestic dispute response
Auburn police arrested two people involved in a domestic dispute as a result of actions by both while officers were on the scene investigating the case. Officers arrived at 19 Franklin St., apartment 11 around 2:30 a.m. Sunday and hearD yelling from inside the building, according to an APD press release. One of the apartment’s residents, Julius McClary, 29, met... more

Waterloo High School music department presents Salute to Our Veterans

Waterloo High School music department presents Salute to Our Veterans
The Waterloo High School music department is proud to announce their upcoming dinner and concert event, Salute to Our Veterans in honor of those who have served our country. The event will be held at Waterloo High School on 96 Stark Street on November 8th where guests will be served dinner beginning at 5:30PM, followed by the concert at 7PM.... more
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