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DEALS OF THE WEEK: Easter Brunch at Woody’s, $20 round of golf at SFCC, and delivery at Coach’s Diner

DEALS OF THE WEEK: Woody’s Trivia Night, $20 golf special, and new menu items at Ciccino’s
Easter Weekend is almost here in the Finger Lakes. And that means it’s time to get out and enjoy some of the spring weather, and events taking shape. There are plenty of deals right now through the FingerLakes1.com Deals Guide. Check out the best options to save a little money, and have a little fun this weekend! Woody’s Bar &... more

Penn Yan woman airlifted after being partially ejected in two-car crash

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  The Ontario County Sheriff’s Office has provided an update on the crash that happened a little before 5 p.m. at the intersection of Lake to Lake Road and County Road 18 in Gorham. Deputies say Edward Fraser, 67, of Churchville was traveling west on Lake to Lake Road when he failed to stop at the stop sign at County... more

Childers pleads guilty to first-degree manslaughter in Wayne County Court

Childers pleads guilty to first-degree murder in Wayne County Court
The woman charged in connection with a double murder in Sodus last fall has accepted a plea deal in Wayne County Court on Tuesday. Charlene Childers appeared in court where she agreed to plead guilty to two charges – first-degree manslaughter, and a felony weapons charge. She had originally been charged with second-degree murder, criminal possession of a weapon, and... more

State officials ordered groundwater tests for toxic PFAS at 140 sites; locations and results held from public

State officials ordered groundwater tests for toxic PFEAS at 140 sites; locations and results held from public
State-ordered groundwater tests for a class of cancer-causing chemicals known as PFAS have been conducted at 140 sites across the state, but the tests results — and even the locations of the testing — are being held under wraps. PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) are commonly found in foams used to fight petroleum fires and in a wide range of... more

Tyus Battle signs with Jay-Z’s agency ahead of NBA Draft

Tyus Battle signs with Jay-Z’s agency ahead of NBA Draft
Former Syracuse basketball player Tyus Battle has signed an agreement with Roc Nation, a division of entertainer and entrepreneur Jay-Z’s Roc Nation company. Battle, a 6-foot-6 guard, previously announced that he would enter this year’s NBA draft. Battle led Syracuse in scoring each of the last two seasons. Battle made the announcement on Tuesday on his Twitter page… Blessed to... more

Parking changes coming to Geneva as part of DRI

Parking changes coming to Geneva as part of DRI
Motorists in downtown Geneva may need to develop a new skill in the coming years: backing into parking spaces. Under the Downtown Streetscape Project getting funding from the state’s $10 million Downtown Revitalization Initiative, designs call for sections of Castle and Exchange streets to feature back-in, angled parking. It’s one of the things about 70 people attending last week’s meeting... more

This year will be a little different for Syracuse football kicker Andre Szmyt

This year will be a little different for Syracuse football kicker Andre Szmyt
Andre Szmyt keeps his Lou Groza Award in his Illinois bedroom. Every time he returns home, the award reminds the Syracuse football kicker of the standard he set as a redshirt freshman in 2018, when he started the spring as the backup, won the starting job in fall camp, earned a scholarship midseason and capped off a historic year with... more

Paxton slays Sox as Yankees roll to 8-0 series opening win

Paxton slays Sox as Yankees roll to 8-0 series opening win
In advance of his introduction to the game’s most storied rivalry, James Paxton spoke of what he expected to be an “intense” atmosphere pulsing through the decks of Yankee Stadium, and the veteran lefty said that he planned to empty the tank and bring his best. Did he ever. Vowing to shake off a trio of middling starts in his... more

Mets give up 10 runs in first inning; routed by Phils

Mets give up 10 runs in first inning; routed by Phils
Phillies fans showed their appreciation for the effort Tuesday night. They stood and cheered as Mets left-hander Steven Matz walked off the mound in the bottom of the first inning at Citizens Bank Park. Matz faced eight batters. He allowed eight runs. He retired nobody. It sparked a 14-3 victory over the Mets. Matz became just the fifth starting pitcher... more

Newark grad Micah Wright profiled by NFL Draft Diamonds

Newark grad Micah Wright profiled by NFL Draft Diamonds
Newark High School allumni Micah Wright has had an outstanding college football career as a Maine Black Bears since graduating from NHS in 2014. Wright led his teammates on the University of Maine football team to NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision semifinals in his senior campaign this past fall. Now, Wright’s name is popping up as a possible late... more

NYSGA’s 2019 championship tournament schedule set

NYSGA’s 2019 championship tournament schedule set
The 2019 golf season is New York State is officially underway as of April 15th. The NYSGA has also finalized and released their 2019 Championship Tournament schedule that kicks off with the Men’s Amateur & Sr. Amateur Four-Ball Championships in May and concludes with the Men’s Mid-Am Championship at Tuscarora Golf Club in late September. The complete tournament line-up is below… 2019... more

Mets pull out win over Phillies in 11th inning

Mets pull out win over Phillies in 11th inning
Before Monday, the Mets had seen only flashes of Edwin Díaz’s brilliance. The end results for Diaz had been just fine, albeit with a fair bit of shakiness en route. Monday, Mets manager Mickey Callaway hesitated to use his most potent bullpen weapon for over an hour, warming Diaz multiple times in the Citizens Bank Park bullpen but never bringing... more
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