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Bills improve to 5-1 with win over Dolphins (full coverage)

BILLS GAME DAY: Buffalo takes on Miami at New Era Field (preview, media & info)
The Buffalo Bills, for one half, looked like they might be the “same old Bills” to trigger a letdown by losing to the winless Miami Dolphins. Instead, cheered by their fans, the Bills rallied to score 15 unanswered points, held off their division foes, and took the win, 31-21. It was Tre Day at New Era Field. Cornerback Tre’Davious White... 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

Montour Falls woman charged with grand larceny, accused of misappropriating 175 gift cards at business in Ithaca

Montour Falls woman charged with grand larceny, accused of misappropriating 175 gift cards at business in Ithaca
The Ithaca Police Department reports the arrest of a Montour Falls resident on a felony charge following an investigation involving IPD, the Tompkins County Sheriff’s Office, and Tompkins County District Attorney’s Office. IPD reports that Kthy Harris, 56, of Montour Falls was charged with fourth-degree grand larceny, a felony, following an investigation into her time working as an office manager... more

Canandaigua man accused of causing life threatening injuries to victim during violent domestic incident

Canandaigua man accused of causing life threatening injuries to victim during violent domestic incident
Police say that a woman suffered life threatening injuries at the hands of a 59-year-old Canandaigua man, who was taken into custody on Tuesday after being charged with first-degree assault. Police received information regarding a domestic assault that took place on September 18th and initiated a criminal investigation. Through investigation, police learned that Sebastian J. DiMaggio, 59, of Canandaigua physically... more

Reality TV stars to pour drinks for charity on Friday night in Skaneateles

Reality TV stars to pour drinks for charity in Skaneateles
Two reality TV stars and a Hollywood actor will appear at a celebrity fundraiser in Central New York this weekend. Tom and Katie Schwartz of “Vanderpump Rules” fame and actor Daniel Baldwin will help pour drinks at The Krebs in Skaneateles on Friday night starting at 5 pm. No tickets or cover is required; proceeds from the event will benefit... more

Major announcement made as Landmark Society names Geneva, Seneca Falls churches to ‘Five to Revive’ (video)

Major announcement made as Landmark Society names Geneva, Seneca Falls churches to ‘Five to Revive’ (video)
The Landmark Society of Western New York announced its 2019 Five to Revive – a list that identifies opportunities for targeted, strategic revitalization. The announcement was made at The Historic Parsells Church in Rochester. Two local churches were named on the list. The full-list of sites selected includes: Highland Reservoir and Cobbs Hill Reservoir in Rochester 6 Madison Street in the... more

Cayuga County may ask state to support senior meal programs

Cayuga County may ask state to support senior meal programs
The Cayuga County Legislature may soon ask the state to support the county’s senior nutrition program after a funding shortfall this summer nearly stopped some meal deliveries. The program provides meals to more than 600 seniors through both meal deliveries and congregate meals at senior living centers, but nearly had to stop Thursday deliveries in June as a result of a shortage... more

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

DeLyser of Marion sets U.S. record for girls soccer career scoring
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 on a feed from her middle school sibling Abigail. She added a couple more goals later on for... more

Troopers: Moravia man cashed woman’s checks without permission

Troopers: Moravia man cashed woman’s checks without permission
A Moravia man is facing criminal charges after allegedly cashing checks from a woman’s checking account without her authorization, the New York State Police said. A woman called state police Oct. 7 about checks being cashed without her authorization in Moravia. State police viewed security footage and determined the culprit was Christian A. Reynolds, 22. The two checks cashed were... more

Police tell residents to keep cars locked after rash of stolen vehicles reported in Auburn

Police tell residents to keep cars locked after rash of stolen vehicles reported in Auburn
The Auburn Police Department is asking the public to keep vehicles locked, as a rash of incidents are investigated. Captain Jim Moore told Finger Lakes News Radio on Wednesday that leaving doors unlocked, or worse yet – leaving vehicles running could result in a tragedy. “Over the last several weeks we’ve had nearly a dozen vehicles stolen, and eventually driven... more

Laura Rideout’s attorneys call for murder conviction to be overturned

Laura Rideout’s attorneys call for murder conviction to be overturned
Lawyers for Laura Rideout were in court Wednesday, attempting to overturn her murder conviction. Rideout was convicted of killing her estranged husband, Craig Rideout, in 2016. She says she did not participate in the murder or its planning. Rideout and one of her sons, Colin Rideout, were both convicted of murder. Both were sentenced to 25 years to life in prison... more

Department of Health says vaping-related illnesses in the state caused by black market THC products

Department of Health says vaping-related illnesses in the state caused by black market THC products
With New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo still fighting the battle against nicotine addiction among young people as a result of vaping and flavored e-cigarettes, the state’s health commissioner is now confirming that “just about all” of the vaping related illnesses in the state are from THC black market products and *not nicotine. Both Cuomo and the commissioner agree that... more

Wayne supervisors wrestle with taxes in 2020 budget

Wayne supervisors wrestle with taxes in 2020 budget
The Wayne County Board of Supervisors annually debates just how much of its ample surplus funds will go toward underwriting its budget, and that is no exception this year. In a session that followed the supervisors’ regular meeting Tuesday, members got an overview of the proposed $149.9 million budget for 2020 by Ken Blake, a fiscal assistant in County Administrator... more

Deputies: Waterloo man held on no bail after throwing rocks through Byrne Dairy window, leading officers on chase

Deputies: Waterloo man held on no bail after throwing rocks through Byrne Dairy window, leading officers on chase
The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a 42-year-old Waterloo man on a felony criminal mischief charge after an incident at a local Byrne Dairy, which led to a brief foot chase. According to deputies, Alan White, 42, of Waterloo wash charged with third-degree criminal mischief – a Class E felony. He was also charged with reckless endangerment,... more

CANDIDATE SNAPSHOT: Burrall focuses on rebuilding in city council campaign

CANDIDATE SNAPSHOT:
Tom Burrall of C. S. Burrall & Son Inc. looks to rebuild Ward 1 under the Democratic Party. As the current vice president of the Geneva Business Improvement District, a member on the board of directors for Finger Lakes Health and the Seneca Lake Pure Waters Association as well as a commissioner on Geneva Historic Districts Commission, Burrall believes that... more
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