Day: October 19, 2019

Longer waits for high-dose flu shot older adults are encouraged to receive

Longer waits for high-dose flu shot older adults are encouraged to receive

Dr. Emil Lesho is an infectious disease physician at Rochester Regional Health. He says, when it comes to flu season, there is one thing experts can always count on. “It’s predictably unpredictable,” Lesho says. Based on early indications, he says what’s happening ... MORE
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New York pharmacies now required to inform people about drug recalls

New York pharmacies now required to inform people about drug recalls

A new state law requires pharmacies to inform people of class 1 drug recalls made by the Food and Drug Administration within seven days. A class 1 recall means the drug has a high probability of causing serious adverse consequences or death ... MORE
Cayuga County committee moves to hire emergency services director

Cayuga County committee moves to hire emergency services director

It’s not often that resolutions are met with applause or exclamations of “hallelujah” and “finally,” but that’s what happened Tuesday when a Cayuga County Legislature committee voted to approve hiring a new director for the county’s Emergency Management Office. The Legislature’s Ways ... MORE
Auburn woman hits ex-boyfriend, violates protection order

Man sent to hospital after being hit by ex-girlfriend in Auburn

An Auburn woman is facing criminal charges after hitting a former boyfriend and violating a protection order against her, the Auburn Police Department said. The APD said Shannon R. Whitmore, 24, of 39 Wall St., Apt. 2, invited the man, who has ... MORE
After ‘very credible’ tip on unsolved murder, IPD appeals for more information

After ‘very credible’ tip on unsolved murder, IPD appeals for more information

A “very credible” anonymous tip has brought Ithaca Police investigators a little closer to solving a 32-year-old murder case in Ithaca. In August, The Ithaca Voice published an update on the case of David Malcom, who was killed in February 1987. Shortly after ... MORE
Yanks stay alive with 4-1 win over Astros in game 5 of ALCS

Yanks stay alive with 4-1 win over Astros in game 5 of ALCS

James Paxton stood at the top of the Yankee Stadium mound, waiting patiently as Aaron Boone covered the ground between him and the first-base dugout. Sensing an opening to dissuade the manager from raising his arm for a pitching change, the left-hander ... MORE
Amerks gain point in shootout loss to Monsters

Amerks gain point in shootout loss to Monsters

Jean-Sebastian Dea and Scott Wilson led the Rochester Americans (3-1-0-1) to a shootout as they each scored a goal with an assist, but a three-goal second-period for the Amerks wasn’t enough as the home team came away with a point in a 4-3 ... MORE
In bullpen battle, Yanks can even ALCS vs Astros in Game 6

In bullpen battle, Yanks can even ALCS vs Astros in Game 6

Gerrit Cole may get a chance to punch the Houston Astros’ ticket to the World Series. Only if Aroldis Chapman, Zack Britton and the rest of the New York Yankees’ acclaimed relief corps force him to try. After staving off elimination with ... MORE
INSIDE THE FLX: Discussing the future of the Trinity Church in Geneva (podcast)

WATCH & LISTEN: Discussing the future of Trinity Church in Geneva on Inside the FLX (podcast)

What’s the best case scenario for a sprawling, historic church that doesn’t have enough of a congregation to support it’s maintenance and future? Between 2010 and 2015 church redevelopment projects nearly tripled across the U.S. That’s according to a survey, which highlighted ... MORE
A CORONATION AT THE COLLEGES: Dr. Joyce P. Jacobsen celebrates inauguration ceremony, becoming the next HWS president

A CORONATION AT THE COLLEGES: Dr. Joyce P. Jacobsen celebrates inauguration ceremony, becoming the next HWS president

Despite some clouds and rain, Hobart and William Smith Colleges’ President Joyce P. Jacobsen’s inauguration ceremony remained outside in front of the historic Coxe Hall on Friday. Photo by Gabriel Pietrorazio, FL1 News A scenic fall day in the Finger Lakes was ... MORE
Ithaca shuts out Hobart

Ithaca shuts out Hobart, 34-0

The ninth-ranked Ithaca College football team shut out Hobart College 34-0 in Liberty League action this afternoon. The Bombers improved to 6-0 overall, 3-0 in conference play, while the Statesmen slipped to 5-2, 1-2. For the second week in a row, the ... MORE
Cornell loses a tough one to Colgate

Cornell loses a tough one to Colgate

Junior Richie Kenney threw for 268 yards and an 87-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown by senior Jelani Taylor at the end of the first half spurred the Cornell football team’s rally on Saturday, but Colgate forced a turnover on downs in its own ... MORE
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Astros’ Peacock, Yankees’ Green to start Game 6 of ALCS

Astros’ Peacock, Yankees’ Green to start Game 6 of ALCS

Brad Peacock is starting for the Houston Astros in Game 6 as they use a bullpen day to try to close out the AL Championship Series on Saturday night against a New York Yankees lineup again without slugger Giancarlo Stanton. Peacock threw ... MORE