Day: January 13, 2020

Crunch topped by Devils, 6-5, in shootout

Crunch topped by Devils, 6-5, in shootout

The Syracuse Crunch claimed one point as the team fell to the Binghamton Devils, 6-5, in a shootout tonight at Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena. The loss puts the Crunch at 18-16-2-2 on the season and 1-1-0-1 in the weekend’s three-in-three ... MORE
Sabres defeat Red Wings, 5-1

Sabres defeat Red Wings, 5-1

Evan Rodrigues and Zach Bogosian both scored their first goals of the season on Sunday as the Buffalo Sabres defeated the Detroit Red Wings 5-1 on Sunday at Little Caesars Arena. Rodrigues scored twice to open the scoring, and Zemgus Girgensons and Rasmus Ristolainen also tallied for Buffalo. Linus Ullmark made ... MORE
Buffalo Sabres, Sports
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‘BACK IN BUSINESS’: Judge rules against Cuomo’s vape ban, again

‘BACK IN BUSINESS’: Judge rules against Governor Cuomo’s vape ban

Over the weekend, acting state Supreme Court Justice Catherine Cholakis ruled that the state Public Health and Health Planning Council overstepped its authority last September when it issued a ban on e-cigarettes and e-liquids flavored with anything other than tobacco or menthol ... MORE
Phelps farmers argue their herd was killed off by DOT along Thruway

Phelps farmers argue their herd was killed off by DOT along Thruway

On Monday a trial will begin for a case involving cows in Ontario County. John and Jan Fredericks will be in court, finally getting the opportunity to prove what they believed happened over a 15 year period at their farm alongside the ... MORE
One airlifted from fire on Liberty Street in Bath

One airlifted from fire on Liberty Street in Bath

On Sunday firefighters were called to 56 Liberty Street in Bath for the report of a structure fire. Chief Matt Glashauser says smoke was showing from the three story building, with apartments on the upper two floors, and businesses on the first ... MORE
Bath, Fire, News, Steuben County
FLH will host Community Mobility Screening Program on January 16th at GGH

FLH will host Community Mobility Screening Program on January 16th at GGH

Finger Lakes Health Rehabilitation Services will be conducting a free monthly Community Mobility Screening Program on Thursday, January 16 at Garnsey Outpatient Rehabilitation Center at Geneva General Hospital.  This program is open to all individuals over the age of 65. The screening ... MORE
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Free blood pressure screenings coming by FLH

Free blood pressure screenings coming by FLH

Nurses from Geneva General Hospital’s Acute Rehabilitation Department are offering monthly free blood pressure screenings and education at the Geneva Community Lunch Program held at the Geneva Methodist Church located at 340 Main Street. This month’s screening is scheduled for Friday January ... MORE
Agricultural District enrollment going on in Wayne County

Agricultural District enrollment going on in Wayne County

Wayne County is accepting landowner applications for including new parcels of viable agricultural land in the existing certified Agricultural District, according to the Finger Lakes Times. The Board of Supervisors established the annual Agricultural District Open Review Period from January 1st to ... MORE
Farm, News, Wayne County
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Five Points officers give back to local veterans housing effort

A Veterans Housing Project in Seneca County has received a boost of funding thanks to the efforts of corrections officers at Five Points. More than 120 participants pledged $30 each, and raised additional funds. Altogether, $4,256 was raised for Seneca Housing’s Veterans ... MORE
News, Romulus, Seneca County
Retired Judge Tim Buckley looks back at time on bench in Geneva

Retired Judge Tim Buckley looks back at time on bench in Geneva

Retired City Court Judge Tim Buckley is reflecting on his time spent on the bench. He spent nearly 25 years on the bench, and tried to encourage those he encountered to work their way onto the right road. “Everybody can get on ... MORE
Geneva, History, Life, Ontario County
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Remodeled Crosby’s store in Farmington to host re-opening celebration this week

The Crosby’s store location in Farmington, N.Y. has recently completed renovations and remodeling, and is celebrating with a grand reopening event later this week. A ribbon-cutting ceremony is scheduled for 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 17 at the store, located at 6090 State ... MORE
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Dansville woman charged with grand larceny after issuing multiple bad checks in Ontario County

A Dansville woman was arrested on felony charges after issuing two bad checks and not returning the merchandise she received at a store in East Bloomfield. Sheriff Kevin Henderson reports that on January 7th deputies arrested Margaret Stuart, 35, for third-degree grand ... MORE
Penn Yan man arrested three times in three days, this time for harassment, resisting arrest

Police arrest Penn Yan man for fifth time in span of days after outburst at Soldiers & Sailors Hospital

Police arrested a Penn Yan man for a fifth time this week after an incident at a local hospital. Police say 66-year-old Mark Booth, was taken into custody after refusing the leave the hospital. They say he had been asked to leave ... MORE
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Watkins Glen man accused of never delivering construction supplies in Seneca County

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a 52-year-old Watkins Glen man following an investigation into construction supplies. Christopher Burchell, 52, of Watkins Glen was arrested on a warrant issued out of Lodi Town Court after he was paid to ... MORE
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Lodi woman charged with felony DWI after one-car crash

Deputies report the arrest of a 44-year-old Lodi resident following an investigation into a one-vehicle crash in Seneca County. On January 11th around 10:15 p.m. deputies responded to a one car crash, and upon investigation – identified the driver as 44-year-old Jacquelyn ... MORE