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‘Break’ led to swastika suspect, Geneva PD chief says

Pair of ‘racially motivated’ incidents of vandalism under investigation in Geneva
Starting with the first report in early June, city police had no leads on finding who spray-painted racially charged graffiti at three locations. That changed Thursday morning. “Yesterday morning, we ended up getting a break,” Geneva Police Chief Mike Passalacqua said Friday. “At this point I’m not going to get into how we got that information, but it was a... more

Boeheim’s Army set to begin run at TBT $2M prize on Friday

Boeheim’s Army set to begin run at TBT $2M prize on Friday
Boeheim’s Army begins TBT (The Basketball Tournament) play Friday, its first game a 7:00 p.m. match-up against We Are D3. The game will be played at the Onondaga Community College’s SRC Arena and will be televised on ESPN2. If Boeheim’s Army wins, they will play at noon Saturday. A win on Saturday puts the team into a Sunday 2:00 p.m.... more

Buffalo Bills training camp at St. John Fisher (preview & info)

Buffalo Bills training camp at St. John Fisher primer
With training camp starting this week, Buffalo Rumblings has this short rundown of the 2019 Buffalo Bills Training Camp for fans to reference if they are planning on visiting St. John Fisher to as the team begins to prepare for the upcoming season… Read More: BuffaloRumblings.com Buffalo Bills training camp starts tomorrow! Here’s a virtual tour of what to expect.... more

Waterloo woman airlifted from serious crash in Pennsylvania

Waterloo woman airlifted from serious crash in Pennsylvania
A Waterloo woman and her passenger were airlifted to Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester following a two-car wreck on State Route 15 in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania State Police say Nicole Hill was traveling south when she slowed down for an exit. A second vehicle operated by Jessica Jacquier-Hann, of Bath, struck Hill’s vehicle causing the car to overturn. Jacquier-Hann and all... more

Deputies search for suspect after gas station shooting in Elbridge

Deputies search for suspect after gas station shooting in Elbridge
The Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a Sunday night shooting in the parking lot of a Fastrac gas station in the village of Elbridge. Deputies were called to the gas station at 100 W. Main St. at 10:56 p.m., according to Sgt. Jon Seeber, a spokesman for the sheriff’s office. The victim was transported to Upstate University Hospital and... more

Where is Syracuse football predicted to finish in ACC?

Where is Syracuse football predicted to finish in ACC?
Syracuse football was picked to finish second in the ACC Atlantic Division by voting members of the media covering the conference. It’s the highest Syracuse has been ranked in the preseason order of finish since starting ACC play in 2013. The previous high was fourth in 2014, when the Orange was coming off a 7-6 record and a victory in... more

Regal movie theaters to get big upgrades at Destiny USA, other Pyramid malls

Regal movie theaters to get big upgrades at Destiny USA, other Pyramid malls
Regal is planning major renovations at multiple Pyramid Management Group malls in Upstate New York, including Destiny USA in Syracuse. The company will spend $20 million on upgrades to its movie theaters at Destiny, Crossgates Mall near Albany and Walden Galleria near Buffalo, according to Syracuse-based Pyramid, which owns all three properties. The work will include new seating, cafés with new... more

Equifax settlement: What the data breach settlement means for New Yorkers

Equifax settlement: What the data breach settlement means for New Yorkers
New York will receive $19 million and more than 8.5 million residents will be eligible for relief as part of a settlement Monday with credit giant Equifax because of a massive data breach in 2017, state officials announced. The national settlement with Equifax requires the Atlanta-based company to pay at least $575 million across the 50 states, including $300 million for... more

Fentanyl, 50 times stronger than morphine, makes the drug scene more deadly

Fentanyl, 50 times stronger than morphine, makes the drug scene more deadly
Fentanyl is so deadly that some Central New Yorkers who are addicted to opioids have begun taking “test shots” — sample doses — for their safety, to see how they’ll react to the drug, an expert said. It’s one recommendation case workers at ACR Health make to their clients, said Alessandra Miller, director of drug user health for ACR Health,... more

Ithaca man accused of stabbing victim near Buttermilk Falls State Park

Ithaca man accused of stabbing victim near Buttermilk Falls State Park
Police say an Ithaca man was arrested Sunday for stabbing a man in the face earlier in the day. Ithaca Police were called to Spencer Road just before noon, near Buttermilk Falls State Park. Officers say an argument between 35-year-old Tarrant Sheppard and another person turned physical. Officers say they found the victim bleeding from the face. The victim was... more

Victor man arrested on burglary charge

Victor man arrested on burglary charge
Ontario County Sheriff Kevin Henderson reports the arrest of Michael P. Landry, age 37 of Victor, for burglary in the second degree. Sheriff’s Deputies and Investigator responded to a residence on Main Street in Victor for a reported burglary. Subsequent investigation found that in the early morning hours of Friday, July 19th, Michael Landry unlawfully entered a dwelling and stole... more

Cuomo remains critical of ConEd after another power outage in NYC

Cuomo remains critical of ConEd
Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Sunday evening announced the state was deploying 200 State Troopers and support to central Brooklyn amid power outages the capped a sweltering weekend of excessively hot temperatures and humidity. And Cuomo in a statement indicated he was exasperated with the performance of utility Con Edison, which had already come under his scrutiny following a blackout in... more

Waterloo HS schedules sports physicals on 7/29-30

Waterloo HS schedules sports physicals on 7/29-30
Waterloo High School has scheduled sports physicals on July 29 & 30 from 8:00 – 11:00 am. Parents and student-athletes are asked to sign up on FamilyID prior to coming for sports physicals. It is preferred that you bring a copy of your most up-to-date physical from your family physician to the school before 7/29 or send an email with... more

Damp, cool Monday before dry week in the FLX

FORECAST: Damp, cool day expected before dry week in the FLX
It’s going to be a quiet, cool day to July standards in the Finger Lakes. While the region will struggle to push much beyond 70 degrees – light rain showers will be plentiful through the morning hours. As they wrap-up during the afternoon hours temperatures will stay moderate – and a gorgeous week will be underway. Here’s an outline from... more

Despite the heat tens of thousands turnout for MacKenzie-Childs Barn Sale

Despite the heat tens of thousands turnout for MacKenzie-Childs Barn Sale
For people like Ann Affinito, the MacKenzie-Childs Barn Sale isn’t just a huge retail event. It’s a tradition. She’s gone to the Aurora store’s annual barn sale with her daughter for the last 10 years and has even camped overnight on the grounds to get into the event as soon as possible. “My whole house is MacKenzie-Child,” she said. Read more from The... more
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