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WNHS Broadcasting Club members visit Entercom Rochester Radio stations

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Twenty six members of the Newark High School WNHS Broadcasting Club at got an exciting behind-the-scenes look at the Entercom Rochester radio stations November 15th. Accompanied by WNHS co-advisors Matt Holland (an NHS teacher assistant) and Scott Diamond (NSCD Broadcast TV/Social Media coordinator) the WNHS students who broadcast all kinds of live events at NHS like the morning announcements, concerts,... more

WEBER THIS WEEK: Jason Klug, Director of Entertainment at del Lago (podcast)

WEBER THIS WEEK: Jason Klug, Director of Entertainment at del Lago (podcast)
This week, Jason Klug joins Harold Weber in-studio for the latest edition of Weber This Week. Jason is the Director of Entertainment, Special Events and Audio/Visual Operations at del Lago Resort and Casino in Tyre. Hear about what goes into bringing national acts to northern Seneca County and find out what’s planned for the upcoming months at The Vine. . more

Cuomo blasts critics of $1.5B Amazon deal in scathing op-ed

OP-ED: Cuomo
The following is a republished op-ed from New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, which was authored and released to media throughout the state after critics blasted the Governor’s deal to attract Amazon to New York City. The Amazon transaction is an historic transformative moment for the entire New York City region. I have done enough development work during my career to... more

Police: Toddler pepper sprayed by suspect during altercation

Police: Toddler pepper sprayed by suspect during altercation
Police say a 25-year-old Geneva resident, as well as a 22-year-old Canandaigua resident were both arrested after an investigation into a disturbance on Gorham Street, which resulted in a young child being pepper sprayed. Carolyn Godbolt, 22, is accused of entering her neighbor’s apartment – initiating a physical fight with the occupant. After the fight Taneia Godbolt, 25, of Geneva... more

Tops emerges from bankruptcy, says ‘we are moving forward as a stronger company’

Tops emerges from bankruptcy, says ‘we are moving forward as a stronger company’
Nine months after filing for bankruptcy and closing several stores, Tops Friendly Markets announced on Monday that the company has successfully completed its financial restructuring and emerged from bankruptcy protection. The grocery store chain said that it has reduced its debt by approximately $445 million, and with over $100 million in liquidity. The company added that it has emerged having... more

Lawsuit filed after 20 killed in Schoharie limousine tragedy

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Parents of the 20 people killed in last month’s limousine crash in Schoharie are suing the operators of that vehicle. In addition to the occupants – two pedestrians were killed in the wreck. The lawsuit was filed in state court seeking unspecified damages from the limousine service operators. The documents name Prestige Limousine owner Shahed Hussain and his son Nauman... more

Katko eyes top GOP seat on House Homeland Security Committee

Katko eyes top GOP seat on House Homeland Security Committee
U.S. Rep. John Katko is vying to become the lead Republican on the House Homeland Security Committee. Katko, R-Camillus, announced Monday that he is running to be the ranking member on the panel beginning in January. If he is successful, he would be the most influential minority member on the committee. After the election, Republicans will lost control of the... more

New York State Parks introduces online ‘Empire Pass’ renewals

New York State Parks introduces online ‘Empire Pass’ renewals
You now have a new, cheaper option to renew your state park pass. Monday morning, the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation announced the introduction of online renewals for the 2019 Empire Pass beginning now through March 31, 2019. By renewing online, customers will get to keep their card and receive a special loyalty savings of $10 per card... more

Rush woman’s home struck by hunter’s stray bullet, investigation underway

Rush woman’s home struck by hunter’s stray bullet; says she could hear it
Sandra Sleburski says she was feeding her chickens outside her Rush home Sunday afternoon when she heard a gunshot, followed by a second gunshot. The sound is not uncommon near her home, especially on the second day of regular season for deer hunting. But the next sound she heard was one she said she’d only ever heard in movies. “There... more

Police: Canandaigua sex offender failed to register new address

Police: Canandaigua sex offender failed to register new address
Police say 31-year-old Laquan Whitfield, of Canandaigua was arrested on November 14th after failing to register as a sex offender. According to officers, Whitfield was residing in the City of Canandaigua and failed to register his new address. He is required to do so, according to police. He was held at the Ontario County Jail without bail. more

Cayuga County Sheriff’s Department participates in No-Shave November and No-Shave December

Cayuga County Sheriff’s Department participates in No-Shave November and No-Shave December
Sheriff Dave Gould announces that numerous members of the Cayuga County Sheriff’s Department will once again be taking part in the No-Shave November and No-Shave December to raise funds for the American Cancer Society and a local non-for-profit charity. This is the fourth year that members of our Sheriff’s Department will have participated for these great causes. This year, there... more

Open House set for November 28th at Seven Valleys New Tech Academy

Open House set for November 28th at Seven Valleys New Tech Academy
The public is invited to attend an Open House from 5:30PM to 7PM on Wednesday, November 28th, at Seven Valleys New Tech Academy, one of two “New Tech” high schools administered through the Onondaga-Cortland-Madison BOCES. The school is located at 240 Port Watson St. in Cortland. The public is invited to tour the school, talk to students, meet the facilitators,... more