»

W-FL High School Football Week #7 Scoreboard

W-FL High School Football Week #7 Scoreboard
Week 7 of the W-FL high school football season kicks off Friday night. Check out the full slate of games below and check back here for all of the results. Friday, Oct 18, 2019 Dansville 42 Penn Yan Academy 34 Dansville High School ER/Gananda 42 Haverling 6 East Rochester High School Churchville Chili 6 Canandaigua Academy 49 Fairbanks Road Elementary School Geneva 7 Honeoye Falls-Lima Central 35 Geneva... more

Motorcyclist airlifted from scene of crash near Auburn Correctional Facility

Auto Draft
A motorcyclist was airlifted Tuesday evening following a crash in front of the Auburn Correctional Facility. Auburn Deputy Police Chief Roger Anthony told the Auburn Citizen that a vehicle stopped at a crosswalk, and the motorcycle failed to stop in time. The Auburn Fire Department responded to the scene. The motorcyclist was airlifted to Upstate University Hospital for injuries. The... more

Accused murderer back in Yates County Jail, will cost taxpayers $8K per month to house

Accused murderer back in Yates County Jail, will cost taxpayers $8K per month to house
The 38-year-old man accused of murdering his mother and killing her dog in August 2018 is back in Yates County. Paul Khouzam, 38, who was charged with second-degree murder and other felony charges has been returned to the Yates County Jail, according to an update provided to the Yates County Legislature by District Attorney Todd Casella. Khouzam was returned from... more

NFHS: Marion soccer star Chloe DeLyser didn’t officially break national goals record

Marion soccer star Chloe DeLyser didn’t officially break national goals record
Marion soccer star Chloe DeLyser made all of Western New York proud when she broke the high school national goals record for girls soccer Tuesday night. Except, she didn’t officially break the record. It’s complicated. The official record, according to the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS), was 316. DeLyser scored five goals Tuesday to go from 314 to... more

Power outage impacts over 1,800 in Geneva

Power outage impacts over 1,800 in Geneva
A blown transformer at the corner of Madison and Hamilton streets caused a power outage on the south side of Geneva Thursday evening. It’s unclear what caused the outage at this point. NYSEG officials said approximately 1,890 properties are without electricity. Power was expected to be restored by about 11:15 p.m. Thursday. This story will be updated as more information... more

Cuomo, other Northeast officials team up to push pot, vaping regulations

Cuomo, other Northeast officials team up to push pot, vaping regulations
The governors from several Northeastern states say they want to work together to regulate marijuana and vaping. Democratic governors from New York, Connecticut, New Jersey and Pennsylvania met Thursday in New York City with health and legislative officials. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says a lack of federal action on pot and vaping regulations means it’s up to states to... more

As rain soaks Finger Lakes, ski resorts see first snow in Adirondacks

As rain soaks Finger Lakes, ski resorts see first snow in Adirondacks
As the rain soaks Central New York, ski resorts are rejoicing as they saw the first snowfall of the season. Whiteface Lake Placid tweeted a video Thursday showing a coating of snow that fell Thursday with the caption “It’s Snow time!” They say they have over five inches of snow on the top of Whiteface Mountain. Skiers and snowboarders will love... more

North Division Street Bridge in Auburn will close this weekend

North Division Street Bridge in Auburn will close this weekend
The North Division Street Bridge project is on track to be completed by the end of October, but before it can get there the road will close this weekend for railroad crews to complete their part of the work. Starting Friday afternoon, Finger Lakes Railroad contractors will finish working to replace the rail tracks that cross North Division Street just... more

New York State studying “safe-staffing” at nursing homes, hospitals

New York State studying “safe-staffing” at nursing homes, hospitals
Should nursing homes and hospitals be required to have a set number of nurses to cover the care of patients? That’s what New York State is trying to determine right now. While most patients and their families say yes, the associations that represent nursing homes and hospitals are pushing back hard against mandatory minimum staffing requirements. Safe-staffing requirements have been... more

Finger Lakes Land Trust launches five point initiative to protect water quality

Finger Lakes Land Trust launches five point initiative to protect water quality
The Finger Lakes Land Trust announced it has launched a new initiative to expand the organization’s current water protection efforts. Toxic algae outbreaks within each of the Finger Lakes have generated alarming headlines over the last few years, prompting the Land Trust to take immediate action. Toxic algae, also referred to as harmful algal blooms, are actually cyanobacteria – naturally... more

Gov. Cuomo signs legislation to prevent excessive out of network emergency room charges

Gov. Cuomo signs legislation to prevent excessive out of network emergency room charges
Governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation Thursday to protect patients from excessive out of network emergency room charges. The new law requires health insurance companies to ensure when patients receive care from a non-participating provider, they will pay the same amount they would if they received care from a participating provider. “In an emergency, every second counts and it’s ridiculous to... more

Apartment complex in Penn Yan upgraded with state funding

Apartment complex in Penn Yan upgraded with state funding
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Thursday morning to celebrate finished work on the Walnut Hill Apartments in Penn Yan. Work on the apartment complex in the village of Penn Yan has been focused on nearly 60 existing apartments. Another two-story building with eight apartments was added during the construction process. During renovations, work was done to replace windows, siding and... more

Penn Yan Academy vaping numbers ‘staggering’

Penn Yan Academy vaping numbers ‘staggering’
Following a recent survey that showed 60 percent of Penn Yan Academy students have tried vaping, the school district has upped the punishment for kids caught vaping on school grounds. “The statistics are pretty staggering,” Assistant Principal Warren Kinsey said. “That number is super high and we need to let kids know we are taking this seriously and want them... more

Appeals court dismisses lawsuit against Auburn man convicted in overdose death

Appeals court dismisses lawsuit against Auburn man convicted in overdose death
A lawsuit against an Auburn man who served prison time for a conviction related to an Auburn woman’s overdose death was dismissed Oct. 8 by an appeals court. Matthew M. Malenick was convicted in March 2014 for delaying emergency services to 25-year-old Jessica Gentile, who died of a heroin overdose in his residence on May 9, 2013. Read more from... more

Police: Seneca Falls driver arrested on Leandra’s Law charge, other felonies after causing crash

Police: Seneca Falls driver arrested on Leandra’s Law charge, other felonies after causing crash
The Seneca Falls Police Department reports the arrest of a 32-year-old driver on felony charges – including DWI Leandra’s Law. Police say Leslie Tewksbury, 32, of Seneca Falls was charged with driving while intoxicated, driving while ability impaired by drugs, both of which are felonies due to a prior conviction – as well as DWI Leandra’s Law. Tewksbury was involved... more
1 2 3