Day: April 2, 2019

Port 100 looks for additional city help in Geneva

Port 100 looks for additional city help in Geneva

Changes are coming to the city’s co-working space, Port 100. Members are poised to assume the lease the city has with a building owner that houses Port 100. However, they say they need additional city dollars before they can become a self-sustaining ... MORE
It’s A Wonderful Run donates nearly $70,000 to local charities this year

It’s A Wonderful Run donates nearly $70,000 to local charities this year

The It’s A Wonderful Run 5K Committee made its first donation of the season to the Seneca County House of Concern. In the photo below, Chelsea Korzeniewski, Tommy Rook and Will Korzeniewski present a check for $10,000 to executive director Olan Mack ... MORE
Cuomo says he’ll sign bill to raise minimum age for tobacco purchase

Cuomo says he’ll sign bill to raise minimum age for tobacco purchase

Gov. Andrew Cuomo in a statement Monday said he would sign a bill increasing the state’s minimum age for buying tobacco products from 18 to 21 after the state Senate gave the measure final passage. “The lifelong health effects of tobacco cannot ... MORE
Lawmakers agree on new measures to crack down on ‘unsafe’ limousines

Lawmakers agree on new measures to crack down on ‘unsafe’ limousines

State lawmakers in the budget approved measures meant to crack down on unsafe stretch limousines and make it easier for inspectors to get them off the road if deemed to be dangerous. The changes come after an October stretch limousine crash in ... MORE
Intoxicated driver leads police on pursuit in Wayne County

Intoxicated driver leads police on pursuit in Wayne County

Troopers say a Watertown resident was arrested on multiple charges – including felony driving while intoxicated, after a pursuit on State Route 104 in the Town of Butler over the weekend. On Friday Lewis W. Hall, 52, of Watertown was charged with ... MORE
Marion driver charged with felony DWI after being parked illegally

Marion driver charged with felony DWI after being parked illegally

State Police arrested a 45-year-old Marion resident on felony DWI charges following an incident in Williamson. Zachary Levine, 45, of Marion was charged with felony driving while intoxicated, aggravated driving while intoxicated, aggravated unlicensed operation, and parking in a handicapped zone. Troopers ... MORE
Alonso’s first career HR helps Mets over Marlins

Alonso’s first career HR helps Mets over Marlins

Pete Alonso knocked his first career homer during the decisive four-run ninth inning as the Mets beat the Marlins, 7-3, on Monday night at Marlins Park. Alonso, ranked by MLB Pipeline as the Mets’ top prospect (No. 50 overall), jumped on a ... MORE
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Sanchez, Gardner go deep to power ailing Yankees

Sanchez, Gardner go deep to power ailing Yankees

The Yankees’ depth is being tested in the early going, but their expectations have not changed, believing that they continue to field a team capable of making this a special season in the Bronx. They displayed some of that mettle on Monday, ... MORE
Syracuse battles Hobart tonight in Geneva

Syracuse pulls away from Hobart for 17-5 victory

The Orange are bringing the Kraus-Simmons Trophy back to Syracuse. The Orange and the Hobart Statesmen were separated by just two goals at halftime of Tuesday night’s lacrosse game at Boswell Field in Geneva. Syracuse cruised to victory in the second half, winning ... MORE
Police: Penn Yan man had BAC of .30% during traffic stop

Police: Penn Yan man had BAC of .30% during traffic stop

On Tuesday around 2:28 a.m. a Penn Yan man was arrested for driving with a BAC nearly four-times the legal limit. Police say Chad Allison Jr., 28, of Penn Yan was arrested after a traffic stop in the Village. Allison was observed ... MORE
Domestic incident leads to harassment, obstruction charges in Sodus

Domestic incident leads to harassment, obstruction charges in Sodus

Deputies arrested a Sodus man on Tuesday during the early-morning hours following a domestic incident. Trevor D. Anthony, 25, of Sodus was arrested on warrants for harassment, obstruction of governmental administration, and resisting arrest. It’s alleged that Anthony threatened physical harm to ... MORE
Arcadia man charged with endangering the welfare of a child

Arcadia man charged with endangering the welfare of a child

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a 26-year-old Arcadia resident following a domestic incident on Sunday. Deputies arrested Brian Vanwinkle, 26, of Arcadia for endangering the welfare of a child. They say the arrest stems from an incident at ... MORE
Canandaigua woman charged with assault after Eastview Mall incident

Canandaigua woman charged with assault after Eastview Mall incident

The Ontario County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a Canandaigua resident on assault charges following an incident at Eastview Mall on Sunday. On Monday, around 3:11 p.m. Sierra M. Kirkpatrick, 21, of Canandaigua was arrested for third-degree assault. Deputies say she ... MORE
New York Mets radio blackout a ‘middle finger’ to CNY fans, CEO says

New York Mets radio blackout a ‘middle finger’ to CNY fans, CEO says

The New York Mets will be trying to grow their brand in the Syracuse area this season without the strategy of flooding radio broadcasts of their games across the airwaves of Central New York. The Mets and their radio partner, Entercom Communications, ... MORE
Now that budget is done, lawmakers turn focus to marijuana legalization

Now that budget is done, lawmakers turn focus to marijuana legalization

The 2019-20 state budget is in the books, but state lawmakers still have another three months left in the legislative session. There’s a lot the spending plan didn’t cover, and in the post-budget session, legislators are on more equal footing with the ... MORE