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TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE: Syracuse can’t complete comeback, loses 16-10 at N.C. State (full coverage)

Syracuse can’t complete comeback, loses 16-10 at N.C. State
Questionable playcalling, questionable offensive line play, and questionable decisions by Syracuse football quarterback Tommy DeVito. That was the tale of Week 7 vs NC State. The offense honestly hasn’t looked right since the season started back vs Liberty. Tommy DeVito was supposed to be the hand-selected prodigy of the Dino Babers offense. Yet instead of looking like the young fearless... more

Dateline NBC to spotlight Sodus double-murder case on tonight (video)

Dateline NBC to spotlight Sodus double-murder case on Friday night (video)
In October of 2018, Josh Niles and Amber Washburn were gunned down in the driveway of their Carlton Street home in Sodus. Dateline NBC is set to air a feature on Friday at 9:00 pm that will spotlight last October’s double-murder in Sodus and the resulting manhunt and investigation. The preview of the episode can be viewed below… more

Cuomo calls vaping public health crisis after confirming first death in NYS (video)

Cuomo calls vaping public health crisis after confirming first death in NYS
Earlier today, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo made comments on the first vaping-associated death in New York. The death, involving a 17-year-old male from the Bronx, was reported to the State Department of Health. According to DOH, the deceased was previously hospitalized in early September with a vaping-associated respiratory illness. He was re-admitted in late September and passed away on October... more

Wayne County Water Authority gets $500,000 for improvement projects

Wayne County Water Authority gets $500,000 for improvement projects
Rep. John Katko, R-24 of Camillus, said the Wayne County Water and Sewer has been awarded $500,000 in Northern Border Regional Commission funding to support water infrastructure improvements. He said this is the second NBRC grant the county has received in 2019, after advocating last year for Wayne to be added to a list of counties in New York state... more

Syracuse basketball offers 4-star shooting guard Kadary Richmond

Syracuse basketball offers 4-star shooting guard Kadary Richmond
Syracuse basketball offered a scholarship to a four-star 2020 shooting guard this weekend, according to CuseNation. Mike McAllister reported that the Orange extended the offer to 6-foot-5 shooting guard Kadary Richmond. Richmond is ranked No. 100 in the 247Sports Composite rankings and No. 95 in ESPN’s. A Brooklyn native, Richmond currently attends Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro, N.H. Former Orange players... more

Investigations continue in separate shooting and fatal stabbing cases in Ithaca

Investigations continue in separate shooting and fatal stabbing cases in Ithaca
Ithaca Police continue to search for the suspects wanted in connection with two recent violent crimes in Ithaca, including a fatal stabbing at the apartments at 210 Lake St. in Ithaca, and the shooting on East Green Street in Downtown Ithaca. Here is a quick update on where both cases currently stand. To be clear, the cases are not connected.... more

Police: Corning man stole car in Seneca Falls, fled for months

Police: Corning man stole car in Seneca Falls, fled for months
On Monday at approximately 7:23 p.m. police arrested a Corning man following an investigation into the theft of a vehicle in the Town of Seneca Falls. The theft occurred in June, according to the Seneca Falls Police Department, who say New York State Police picked up the suspect, 24-year-old Trey Torres. Torres is a Corning resident and is accused of... more

More than 700 without power for around two hours in Cayuga County

More than 700 without power for around two hours in Cayuga County
NYSEG reports that power has been restored to those impacted by an outage in Southern Cayuga County on Tuesday. The outage began during the late-morning hours, and continued for a couple hours. In the process, approximately 700 people were without power in Aurora, Ledyard, Scipio, and Venice. Bob Pass, a spokesman for NYSEG told the Auburn Citizen that the cause... more

Lake Ontario flood survey by IJC up now for shoreline residents

Lake Ontario flood survey by IJC up now for shoreline residents
Property owners along Lake Ontario will now have an opportunity to share their input to the International Joint Commission, which is in charge of regulating the water levels. Homeowners along the shoreline are being encouraged to share details of the flood damage they experienced through a survey. The IJC and the Lake Ontario-Saint Lawrence River Control Board will use the... more

CANDIDATE SNAPSHOT: Evelyn Naragon Buisch looks to bring Geneva back to former glory

CANDIDATE SNAPSHOT: Evelyn Naragon Buisch looks to bring Geneva back to former glory
Lifelong Geneva resident and Transportation Administrative Coordinator at Ontario County ARC Evelyn Naragon Buisch says representing Ward 4 on City Council would mean an opportunity to help return the city to what she calls a better time. The Republican-endorsed candidate was born and raised in Ward 4. She’s lived in the same house in Ward 4 for 45-years. However, a... more

Federal grant helps Sterling bring water service to 100 residences

Federal grant helps Sterling bring water service to 100 residences
A grant from the United States Department of Agriculture for more than $3 million will help the town of Sterling create a new water district, extending service to approximately 100 more residences, according to a release. The USDA’s Office of Rural Development recently approved a $3.32 million grant that, combined with a loan of $2.01 million, will allow the town... more

State lawmakers will meet 57 days, instead of 61; calendar gets front-loaded in process

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The state legislative calendar for the 2020 session was released on Monday, showing state lawmakers are scheduled to be in Albany for 57 days next year. The calendar is an unusual one this year for the tradition-bound Legislature, with the calendar front-loaded with session days in January and February in order to accommodate the June congressional and state primaries. The... more
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