Day: October 16, 2019

Let’s go pumpkin picking (photo)

Let’s go pumpkin picking (photo)

The weather has been gorgeous over the last two weeks for pumpkin picking. Photo by Leah Friends ... MORE
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Rainbow in Ontario (photo)

A great shot of last week’s rainbow in Ontario County. Photo by Rusty Smith ... MORE
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Sailing on Canandaigua Lake (photo)

If you were out enjoying an early afternoon Canandaigua Lake sail on a beautiful day in October, this could be you! Photo by Denise Dukett Caselli‎ ... MORE
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Changing colors on Honeoye Lake (photo)

A beautiful day on Honeoye Lake. Photo by Chad Donovan ... MORE
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Time to get out in the Finger Lakes (photo)

Still some time to get out and enjoy the Finger Lakes before the weather turns. Photo by Daniel Swingle‎ ... MORE
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Looking out to Honeoye Lake (photo)

Looking out in Honeoye Lake. Photo by Daniel Swingle‎ ... MORE
Astros take 2-1 series lead over Yankees in ALCS

Astros take 2-1 series lead over Yankees in ALCS

Gerrit Cole had nearly as many walks as strikeouts on Tuesday, which typically would have been an ominous sign for the Astros. Cole didn’t blow the Yankees away, recording only one strikeout on his fastball. He failed to reach double-digit strikeouts for ... MORE
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CANDIDATE SNAPSHOT: Burrall focuses on rebuilding in city council campaign

Tom Burrall of C. S. Burrall & Son Inc. looks to rebuild Ward 1 under the Democratic Party. Photo by Gabriel Pietrorazio. As the current vice president of the Geneva Business Improvement District, a member on the board of directors for Finger ... MORE
FLX WEEKLY: Environmental Educator Kristen Moore and Falconer Steve Arndt in-studio (podcast)

FLX WEEKLY: Environmental Educator Kristen Moore and Falconer Steve Arndt in-studio (podcast)

Kristen Moore, Environmental Educator, is in-studio to talk about upcoming programs at Seneca Meadows Education Center along with Steve Arndt of American Falconry Services to help us preview your October weekend ahead as the autumn foliage nears peak in the Finger Lakes ... MORE
DeLyser of Marion sets U.S. record for girls soccer career scoring

DeLyser of Marion sets U.S. girls soccer career scoring record

Marion senior Chloe DeLyser came into a road game Tuesday needing 3 goals to achieve U.S. career scoring record for girls soccer. She had a pair of goals already by the 4th minute; her record-breaking score came around in the 12th minute ... MORE
Court to hear appeal in Rideout murder case Wednesday

Court to hear appeal in Rideout murder case Wednesday

On Wednesday, an appeals court is set to hear the case of Laura Rideout, the suburban mother convicted of murdering her estranged husband in 2016. Rideout, who is serving a life sentence, filed an appeal in May. In the filing, she blamed her ... MORE
Are you ready for a recession? A survey says probably not

Are you ready for a recession? A survey says probably not

A new survey says many Americans are not prepared for a recession. According to a new survey by bankrate.com, 40 percent of Americans are not ready for an economic downtown if it were to happen in the next six to 12 months. Nearly a ... MORE
Business, News
Water could get cut from Lyons mobile home park that lost power over summer

Lyons mobile home park that went dark for 50 days this summer could now go waterless

After going more than 50 days without power this summer, the Canalside Mobile Home Park in Lyons is now facing a new problem — water. An official from the Wayne County Water Authority said the mobile home park’s water is due to be shut off ... MORE
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Cayuga County to consider restaurant Styrofoam ban

Cayuga County is mulling a styrofoam ban at restaurants

A Cayuga County Legislature committee Tuesday approved establishing two public hearings later this year in order to get a sense of whether or not residents would support several other New York counties in banning restaurants from using Styrofoam containers. The full Legislature ... MORE
Southern Cayuga Planetarium to reopen in November

Southern Cayuga Planetarium to reopen in November

Years after it was shuttered, the public will soon be able to revisit the Southern Cayuga Planetarium. The planetarium, which had previously held events for people and school districts, was closed in 2014. In recent years the planetarium’s fortunes improved. Distinct Superintendent ... MORE