Day: January 26, 2020

UPSTATE HOOPS: Izzy Wilbur, Taylor Sharp, Caiden Crego & Zoe Zutes in-studio (podcast)

UPSTATE HOOPS: Izzy Wilbur, Taylor Sharp, Caiden Crego & Zoe Zutes in-studio (podcast)

This week we turn the spotlight on the highly competitive Wayne County girls league and welcome Isabella Wilbur of Red Creek, Zoe Zutes of East Rochester, Caiden Crego of Lyons and Taylor Sharp of Clyde-Savannah in-studio. Also, a rundown of all the ... MORE
Amerks hold off Crunch for third consecutive victory

Amerks hold off Crunch for third consecutive victory

The Rochester Americans (24-13-2-4) scored once during each period before holding off the Syracuse Crunch (20-19-3-3) for a nail-biting 3-2 victory Saturday night at Upstate Medical University Arena. The contest served as the front-end of a home-and-home series between the two teams ... MORE
RIT scores four-unanswered to earn 5-4 comeback win over Canisius

RIT scores four-unanswered to earn 5-4 comeback win over Canisius

RIT sophomore forward Kobe Walker (Lloydminster, Alberta/Lloydminster Bobcats) scored the game-winning goal with 4:50 left in regulation to lead the Tigers to a 5-4 comeback win over visiting Canisius, Saturday, in Atlantic Hockey action. Trailing, 4-1, with under nine minutes left in regulation, RIT (13-10-3, ... MORE
W-FL Saturday: Kemp and Walker lead Lyons boys to fourth consecutive victory; Gananda boys pound East Rochester

W-FL Saturday: Kemp and Walker lead Lyons boys to fourth consecutive victory; Gananda boys pound East Rochester

On Saturday, there were just five boys games in the Wayne-Finger Lakes basketball league. The Lyons Lions rolled to a 39-point win over the Williamson Marauders at the Atwood Gymnasium in Lyons. Benji Kemp and JC Walker each scored 18 points to ... MORE
Cornell scores late third period goal to force 1-1 tie with Harvard

Cornell scores late third period goal to force 1-1 tie with Harvard

After avenging its only loss of the season by beating Dartmouth on Friday, No. 1 Cornell men’s hockey returned to Lynah Rink on Saturday to face its biggest rival, Harvard. Cornell came into the game riding a seven-game unbeaten streak and had ... MORE
Mets agree to deal with infielder Eduardo Nunez

Mets agree to deal with infielder Eduardo Nunez

While much of the attention on the Mets recently has been centered around the team looking into outfield help, they ended up adding some infield depth on Saturday. According to Jesse Sanchez of MLB.com, Eduardo Nunez is joining the Mets as a non-roster invite to ... MORE
New York Mets, Sports
Eichel tallies 4 assists as Atlantic Division falls in All-Star final

Eichel tallies 4 assists as Atlantic Division falls in All-Star final

Jack Eichel tallied a combined four assists, but the Atlantic Division fell to the Pacific Division, 5-4, in the final matchup of the 2020 NHL All-Star Game at Enterprise Center on Saturday. Eichel had three assists in the Atlantic’s 9-5 victory over the ... MORE
Buffalo Sabres, Sports
‘NOT ON OUR WATCH’: Protesters call for policy change at Geneva rally (full-coverage)

‘NOT ON OUR WATCH’: Protesters call for policy change at Geneva rally (full-coverage)

The Geneva Women’s Assembly hosted a rally out in front of the Geneva Armory amid the ever-changing weather of rain and snowfall on Saturday. The rally was organized by the GWA and sponsored in tandem with the New York State Poor People’s ... MORE
Mitrano tackles

Mitrano says major shift necessary in healthcare as listening tour stops in Geneva

During the final leg of her five-city healthcare crisis listening tour Democratic congressional candidate Tracy Mitrano issued a campaign promise and publicly commented on Rep. Tom Reed’s (R-23) contemplation of a run for governor. Vying once again to represent the 23rd District, ... MORE
Police: Penn Yan woman sent threatening text messages to sister

Police: Penn Yan woman sent threatening text messages to sister

Police say a 43-year-old Penn Yan woman was arrested on Saturday after she sent text messages that made her sister fear for her physical safety. Rebecca Anderson, 43, of Penn Yan was charged with second-degree harassment after an investigation into text messages ... MORE
Managed care looming concern for those serving disabled population in Finger Lakes

Managed care looming concern for those serving disabled population in Finger Lakes

Allen Connely says it all began about 18 months ago. Several months before anyone in the public knew that a major change was brewing for two of the region's largest service providers for those with developmental disabilities. The Arc of Yates had ... MORE
Auto Draft

Watkins Glen Chamber leader resigns unexpectedly

Changes have come to the Watkins Glen Chamber of Commerce. The Board of Directors accepted the resignation of Executive Director Rebekah Carroll. She was hired in October 2008 to serve as Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operations Officer. She was named CEO ... MORE
Auto Draft

Firefighters battle blaze at Addison home

The report came in on Friday as a chimney fire. When first responders arrived at the home in Addison, they found fire contained mostly to the back of the structure. They say that part of the second floor also suffered damage. It ... MORE
Addison, Fire, News, Steuben County
Jacobs endorsed by Republican chairs in 27th District for special election

Jacobs endorsed by Republican chairs in 27th District for special election

Republicans officially have a candidate in the race for the 27th Congressional District in Western New York. That district includes part of Ontario County; and will see a special election this spring. The Republican chairs of the 27th District endorsed State Sen ... MORE
Community outraged by Brockport’s decision to fire diversity officer; students call for reinstatement

Community outraged by Brockport’s decision to fire diversity officer; students call for reinstatement

A local state college has come under fire after the institution unexpectedly fired its diversity officer. Dr. Cephas Archie was fired, and walked out of his office on Friday afternoon. It was a move that shocked the local community. Especially students who ... MORE