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FAREWELL TO JUSTICE: Lyons superstar scores 44 in final game as C.G. Finney ousts Lions from postseason

FAREWELL TO JUSTICE: Lyons superstar scores 43 in final game; C.G. Finney ousts Lyons from postseason
After capturing his school’s 19th sectional title on Friday night at the Blue Cross Arena, Lyons senior Justice Smith and his teammates turned their attention to a run at a state title. Their first obstacle would be a showdown with a tough C.G. Finney team, the Section V Class C1 champs, at Newark High School on Monday night. In front... more

Police: Felony sex abuse charges filed in Ithaca after February incident

Police: Felony sex abuse charges filed in Ithaca after February incident
The Ithaca Police Department reports the arrest of a 15-year-old resident on felony sex abuse charges following an investigation into a February incident. Police withheld names, but noted the teen was involved in the incident, which happened during the month of February. The 15-year-old was charged with first-degree sex abuse and forcible touching. The teen was issued an appearance ticket. more

HWS interim president urges Seneca Meadows closure by 2025

HWS interim president urges Seneca Meadows closure by 2025
Uphold Local Law 3 of 2016. Close Seneca Meadows by Dec. 31, 2025. And, stop any talk of a new host agreement that would extend the life of the landfill beyond that date. That’s what the interim president of Hobart and William Smith Colleges has suggested to the Town Board. In a letter dated Feb. 15 and sent to the... more

Trinity Episcopal Church in Geneva picks up legal win

Trinity Episcopal Church in Geneva picks up legal win
Trinity Episcopal Church and developer Mark McGroarty have cleared a legal hurdle that entwined two city agencies in their effort to redevelop the church into an inn, restaurant and events center. With the decision, lawyers will now move onto the main legal issue: A request by South Main Street neighbors to nullify a city Zoning Board of Appeals decision granting... more

Penn Yan Academy Drama Club presents Tuck Everlasting

Penn Yan Academy Drama Club presents Tuck Everlasting
Take a trip to Treegap, New Hampshire this weekend as the Penn Yan Academy Drama Club presents the hit Broadway musical Tuck Everlasting. Tuck Everlasting, based on the beloved novel by Natalie Babbitt, follows the story of 11-year old Winnie Foster (Junior Genevieve Elliott) who feels stifled by the expectations of her mother (Junior McKelvie Jensen) and grandmother (Sophomore Riley... more

Lawmakers approve bill to require locked storage for guns

Lawmakers approve bill to require locked storage for guns
State lawmakers on Monday approved legislation that would requiring the locked storage of firearms — a long-sought bill for supporters of gun control in New York. The bill, part of a string of gun control measures approved in recent weeks in the 2019 legislative session, applies to gun owners with children under the age of 16 in their homes. “It’s... more

Ontario County contractor starts state prison sentence

Ontario County contractor starts state prison sentence
Alvis Sprague, a contractor accused by over a dozen people of ripping them off, was sentenced to prison on Monday. Over the past year, News10NBC has spoken with more than a dozen people who feel they were ripped off by him. Not all of them were able to file criminal charges One of the victims who came to us with... more

Last public workshop on downtown Auburn projects this week

Last public workshop on downtown Auburn projects this week
The Auburn community will have another opportunity to give feedback on more than a dozen downtown projects before they’re reviewed by the state. The fourth and final Auburn Downtown Revitalization Initiative public workshop is slated for 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 6 at the Hilton Garden Inn. Community members are encouraged to share their thoughts on the 18 prioritized projects selected... more

REPORT: Former BonaDent building will cost Seneca County over a million more to fix roof

REPORT: Former BonaDent building will cost Seneca County over a million more to fix roof
Little more than two years after purchasing the former BonaDent building in Waterloo – the Seneca County Board of Supervisors learned that they would need to spend more than a million more to fix a 20-year-old roof. The former BonaDent building was purchased for $3.2 million, according to the supervisors, with an additional $700,000 being spent on renovations for the... more

Auburn introduced to new federal tax incentive program

Auburn introduced to new federal tax incentive program
As an effort to get private investment flowing into low-income communities, New York state is participating in the new Opportunity Zone development program. New York has more than 500 Opportunity Zones, and one is in Cayuga County. Opportunity Zones are census tracts with an individual poverty rate of at least 20 percent and a median family income no greater than... more

Hot shooting Cavs blow out Orange on Senior Night (full coverage)

Orange, #2 Virginia battle on Big Monday (preview & info)
#2 Virginia (27-2,15-2 ACC) connected on 18-of-25 3-point attempts and pulled away in the second half to defeat host Syracuse (19-11, 10-7 ACC), 79-53, in front of 29,052 in the Carrier Dome. While the Cavaliers were setting a Syracuse opponent and Dome record for 3-pointers (18), the nation’s top defensive squad also excelled, limiting the Orange to 19 second-half points.... more

United Christian Leadership Ministry approves connection to Ontario County Justice Coalition

United Christian Leadership Ministry approves connection to Ontario County Justice Coalition
The board of the United Christian Leadership Ministry voted unanimously to approve the Ontario County Justice Coalition as their new sister organization at an historic meeting held in Rochester, NY on February 19th, 2019. The Ontario County Justice Coalition (OCJC, formerly the Ontario County Corruption Coalition), founded in Geneva, NY in 2018 with a goal of seeking justice, equality and... more

Arbor Hill founder, beloved winemaker dies suddenly in accident

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John H. Brahm III, co-owner of Arbor Hill Grapery & Winery and legendary Finger Lakes winemaker died suddenly over the weekend. Ontario County Sheriff Kevin Henderson says emergency crews were dispatched to Hawks Road in South Bristol around 12 p.m. for the report of a man trapped between a vehicle and garage. First responders arrived on-scene to find Brahm trapped... more

Pros and cons of studying in Australia

Pros and cons of studying in Australia
Australia is a popular study destination for students all over the world. It has world-class universities that offer an affordable and care-free environment. There are about 1,100 institutions and 43 major universities in Australia that offers ample opportunities to international students to study hundreds of different courses. So, if you are planning to study in Australia, here are some of... more
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