»

Puppies from ‘Naples 85’ seized in new animal cruelty arrest

Puppies from ‘Naples 85’ seized in new animal cruelty arrest
Six puppies, offspring of one of the ‘Naples 85’ dogs, have been seized by the Ontario County Humane Society. According to the Humane Society, Jane Justice was stopped by an Ontario County sheriff’s deputy in a CVS parking lot in the Town of Richmond on Friday. When the deputy looked in Justice’s vehicle he saw the six puppies living in garbage,... more

Motorcyclist airlifted from serious crash in Yates County

Auto Draft
An Elmira man was airlifted form the scene of a Yates County crash on Friday. Around 5 p.m. James Jezorski, 64, of Elmira crashed his motorcycle on Pre Emption Road. Deputies say that Jezorksi suffered injuries to his head, neck, back, shoulder, knee and hand. Additional information was not available about his condition. To have the latest updates, information, and... more

Cortland County woman admits to sexual exploitation of a 3-year-old boy

Cortland County woman admits to sexual exploitation of a 3-year-old boy
A 25-year-old Cortland woman pleaded guilty to six felony counts Thursday — one count of conspiracy to sexually exploit a child, and five counts of sexual exploitation of a child. Brittany Berry faces a minimum sentence of 15 years and up to 30 years in prison on each of the six counts of conviction, according to United States Attorney Grant C. Jaquith and... more

Hobart improves to 5-1 after win over Rensselaer

Hobart improves to 5-1 after win over Rensselaer
The Hobart College football team took a 14-7 lead into halftime and scored on its first four possessions of the second half on its way to a 41-27 Liberty League victory over Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on Boswell Field this afternoon. The Statesmen improved to 5-1 overall, 1-1 in conference play, while the Engineers slipped to 4-2, 1-1. Hobart’s defense turned... more

INSIDE THE FLX: Democrats Sauvageau, Weil discuss campaign for at-large supervisor in SF (podcast)

INSIDE THE FLX: Democrats Sauvageau, Weil discuss campaign for at-large supervisor in SF (podcast)
This week, another two-part episode of Inside the FLX. As Election Day draws closer, we’re going to feature more-and-more of these episodes. The goal: To let voters see where candidates stand on issues – against each other. Part I Susan Sauvageau talks about her campaign, how she views the current Board of Supervisors in Seneca County as being “asleep at... more

Amerks come up short in 3-2 loss to Bruins

Amerks come up short in 3-2 loss to Bruins
A late goal by the Providence Bruins (3-0-0-0) in the final minute of regulation ultimately proved to be the difference as the Rochester Americans (2-1-0-0) came up short in suffering their first loss of the 2019-20 season Saturday at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center. Amerks forward Jean-Sebastien Dea scored his first goal of the season and as an Amerk while C.J. Smith also... more

Crunch double up Monsters, 6-3

Crunch double up Monsters, 6-3
The Syracuse Crunch doubled up the Cleveland Monsters, 6-3, to complete a weekend sweep tonight at the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse. Twelve Crunch players recorded a point in the win. Cal Foote paced the team with three assists, while Gemel Smith and Cory Conacher tallied two helpers each as the Crunch advance to 2-0-1-0 on the season.  Louis Domingue earned his first win of... more

Syracuse basketball shows off slick passing, strong shooting in Orange-White scrimmage

Syracuse basketball shows off slick passing, strong shooting in Orange-White scrimmage
If the Syracuse men’s basketball team is going to beat the middle-of-the-pack expectations placed on it this season, the Orange provided a glimpse of how it can happen on Friday night during the team’s Orange-White scrimmage. With about 2 minutes left in the first half, Brycen Goodine lobbed a pass to Marek Dolezaj in the high post. Dolezaj immediately flipped... more

Two Red Wings named to USA Baseball’s Olympic qualifying team

Two Red Wings named to USA Baseball’s Olympic qualifying team
Two names familiar to Rochester Red Wings fans have been named to USA Baseball’s team for the Premier12 tournament, which will be the first opportunity for qualification to the 2020 Olympics. It was announced on Thursday that 2019 Red Wings outfielder Brent Rooker and former Red Wings pitcher Caleb Thielbar have been selected for the team, which will practice in... more

Canandaigua City Council hears concerns over sidewalks, trees, and a hedge

Canandaigua City Council hears concerns over sidewalks, trees, and a hedge
It’s expensive preserving history. Even if that history isn’t a physical building, like many think when discussing types of historic preservation. In Canandaigua, city officials are trying to determine the best path forward near Sonnenberg Park. At this point, the future remains unclear. Crumbling sidewalks, trees that are taking over, and a hedge that lines the sidewalk are all concerns.... more

Report: Syracuse football to host New Hampshire in 2026

Report: Syracuse football to host New Hampshire in 2026
Syracuse football will host FCS New Hampshire in 2026, according to a new report. FBSchedules.com reports that the Wildcats will travel to the Carrier Dome to play the Orange on Sept. 5, 2026. A copy of the agreement was obtained from a public records request. According to the agreement, New Hampshire will receive a guaranteed $550,000 for the game. The... more

‘BUILD LOCAL, HIRE LOCAL’: Gillibrand supports bill for infrastructure, local unions

‘BUILD LOCAL, HIRE LOCAL’: Gillibrand supports bill for infrastructure, local unions
The goal is local for Senator Kirsten Gillibrand. “Infrastructure also offers a major opportunity to revitalize manufacturing jobs across the country, but using American-made products,” Gillibrand said Thursday to a crowd in Menands. Gillibrand returned home to the Capital Region to help further a bill called the “Build Local, Hire Local Act.” “When you revitalize infrastructure, you want to make... more

Tompkins County DA Van Houten: ‘Unfortunate’ result to Commons incident

Tompkins County DA Van Houten: ‘Unfortunate’ result to Commons incident
Tompkins County District Attorney Matt Van Houten responded to his handling of cases stemming from a controversial April 6 incident on the Ithaca Commons, explaining he wanted the two individuals charged to take responsibility for their actions and was disappointed neither did. Cadji Ferguson and Rose DeGroat, who were arrested after the altercation on the Commons, were recently cleared of all charges.... more

New York Assembly Agriculture Chair tours local farms

New York Assembly Agriculture Chair tours local farms
Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo, chair of the state Assembly’s Agriculture Committee, toured several Cayuga County farms on Friday, where she had the chance to learn about some of the industry’s latest advancements and challenges. Lupardo, D-Endwell, visited Spruce Haven Farm, a 2,000 cow dairy farm in the town of Fleming that doubles as a research center, to learn how farmers work... more
1 2