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Syracuse falls to Louisville, 56-34 (full coverage)

Syracuse falls to Louisville, 56-34 (full coverage)
The Syracuse Orange came into Saturday’s game needing a win to keep realistic bowl hopes alive. Unfortunately, they left with a 56-34 loss against the Louisville Cardinals, despite some real chances to win both at the beginning and end. The SU offense tried, fleetingly, to pull the team back into the game after halftime. But an onside kick failed in... more

Driver leads police on chase in Canandaigua, then abandons vehicle at apartment complex

Rochester man leads police on chase in Canandaigua, then abandons vehicle at apartment complex
Police report the arrest of a Rochester man in Canandaigua after a driver abandoned his vehicle, and fled into an apartment complex following an attempted traffic stop. Jarmel Glass, 38, of Rochester was taken into custody on Tuesday around 1:11 a.m. Police say Glass failed to stop for police when he was observed speeding on North Main Street. He led... more

MELISSA KILLELEAGH: Leroy Collins & Daneille Strally discuss journey & entrepreneurship (podcast)

MELISSA KILLELEAGH: Leroy Collins & Daneille Strally discuss journey & entrepreneurship (podcast)
This week Melissa Killeleagh sits down with Leroy Collins and Danielle Strally. Collins is a retired NFL running back, entrepreneur and author of “The Running Back.” Strally is an entrepreneur, registered nurse, and licensed massage therapist. The two were in-studio discussing entrepreneurship, personal growth, and leadership in the community. Watch . Listen To have the latest delivered to your smartphone... more

Savannah wildlife reserve goes on the market for $65M

Cayuga County-area conference center on market for $65M
Savannah Dhu, a 3,929-acre conference center and wildlife reserve in Savannah, has been listed for sale by its owner of several years, central New York mall magnate Robert Congel. The 2500 Noble Road property is listed for $65 million on the website of Sotheby’s International Realty (click here to view the listing & photos). It includes 10 bedrooms, and 10... more

Police: Small dog crushed by furniture during physical altercation at Canandaigua home

Police: Small dog crushed by furniture during physical altercation at Canandaigua home
Police say they arrested two residents on Niagara Street in Canandaigua following a physical altercation, in which a small dog died. Police were called to an address on Niagara Street for the report that two people had engaged in a physical altercation. Through investigation, police learned that furniture had been overturned during the incident – and a Miniature Doberman Pincher... more

Help could soon be on the way for Canalside Park in Lyons

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Help could soon be on the way for residents of the Canalside Mobile Home Park in Lyons. They went 50 days without power this summer and now they’re dealing with raw sewage coating the ground and ongoing problems with water and other utilities. Other problems have included exposed wires and old equipment. Monday evening, New York State Sen. Pam Helming... more

Marshall wins close-call race in Richmond

Marshall wins close-call race in Richmond
The first order of business Tuesday in the count of Ontario County absentee ballots from the Nov. 5 election was the Richmond town supervisor race. Supporters for both candidates — incumbent Caroline Sauers and challenger Daryl Marshall — packed inside the Ontario County Board of Elections office for the count. Daryl and his wife, Ide, stood quietly against one wall.... more

KENNY’S 2 PENNIES: New star on the hardwood for Syracuse & minor league baseball under fire in upstate NY (podcast)

KENNY’S 2 PENNIES: New star on the hardwood for Syracuse & minor league baseball under fire in upstate NY (podcast)
This week Kenny talks about wins for the Syracuse and Buffalo Bills football teams, welcomes the new starting point guard to the Orange basketball team, and then rants on Myles Garrett’s attack on Mason Rudolph this past week, Don Cherry’s firing by the CBC, and rips Major League Baseball for putting the Auburn Doubledays and other upstate New York minor... more

New online form created for reporting Social Security scams

New online form created for reporting Social Security scams
The Social Security Administration and Office of the Inspector General say there is a new tool to fight against perpetrators conducting Social Security-related scams. The agencies have created an online form, with which citizens can report scams. Information gathered through these reports will be used to help investigate frauds and scams. Calls in which scammers convince citizens to buy gift... more

SMI vs Seneca Falls: Memorandum of Law due Friday

SMI vs Seneca Falls: Memorandum of Law due Friday
Lawyers representing Seneca Meadows must file a memorandum of law by 5 p.m. Friday to support an Article 78 proceeding against the town of Seneca Falls over Local Law 3 of 2016. That deadline is included in a schedule for the submission of papers in connection with the litigation that was first filed Nov. 15, 2017. State Supreme Court Justice... more

Sabres fall to Wild, suffer eighth loss in last nine games

Sabres fall to Wild, suffer eighth loss in last nine games
The Buffalo Sabres’ penalty killers were mighty busy Tuesday night. The team found itself shorthanded seven times during their game against the Minnesota Wild. Buffalo killed off six of those opportunities over 10:29, but weren’t able to muster enough offense in a 4-1 loss at KeyBank Center. Brandon Montour scored Buffalo’s only goal and Linus Ullmark made 21 saves. Montour... more

Thanksgiving gas prices forecasted to be at their highest levels in five years

Thanksgiving gas prices forecasted to be at their highest levels in five years
GasBuddy projects that the national average gas price for regular unleaded will be at its highest level since 2014. The company estimates the national average for a gallon of regular will be $2.56/gallon this year. GasBuddy reports that prices are about a penny higher per gallon than this time last year. According to a GasBuddy survey, 30 percent of Americans... more

Interior official says Halftown is Cayuga leader ‘for all purposes’

Interior official says Halftown is Cayuga leader ‘for all purposes’
Clint Halftown and the Cayuga Nation Council he heads is the recognized leadership of the Cayuga Indian Nation for all purposes, not just to sign federal contracts, Halftown said in a Monday statement. Halftown cited a Nov. 14 letter to Cayuga Nation Council attorney David DeBruin as binding. DeBruin sought clarification of 2016 and 2017 decisions, noting that some parties... more

Didio, Locastro maintain lead as absentees counted in Cayuga County.

Didio, Locastro maintain lead as absentees counted in Cayuga County.
After the absentee ballot count Tuesday, Michael Didio is the likely winner of the race to represent Cayuga County’s 14th Legislative District. Didio, a Republican, received 37 additional votes. Democratic challenger Gwen Webber-McLeod netted 24 votes. When combined with the unofficial tally from election night, Didio now leads Webber-McLeod by a 597-583 margin. Read more from The Citizen more
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