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FLX WEEKLY: Sue Cirencione, the Ovid Big M & Valentine’s Weekend (podcast)

FLX WEEKLY: Sue Cerincione, the Ovid Big M & Valentine’s Weekend (podcast)
Sue Cirencione has recently taken over ownership of the Big M in Ovid, the same business her father owned until 2014. Sue is in-studio with Sydney Rogers and Josh Durso to talk about it and preview the Valentine’s Day Weekend ahead in the Finger Lakes.  . more

No injuries reported after plane crash in Wayne County

First responders called to reported plane crash in Wayne County
Authorities say there were no injuries after a plane crash in Wayne County on Wednesday. The report came in during the afternoon hours. A plane flipped as it was landing at the Sodus Airport. No one was hurt, and the pilot was able to get himself out before first responders arrived on-scene. Investigation into the incident is underway.   more

FRESH TAKES: NASCAR preview, Baseball’s wild play-off proposal & NBA All-Star Weekend (podcast)

FRESH TAKES: NASCAR preview, Baseball’s wild play-off proposal & NBA All-Star Weekend (podcast)
This week on a Wednesday night edition of Fresh Takes with Russo & Felice, Paul and Nick discuss Major League’s Baseball’s out-of-the-box play-off expansion proposal. Also, favorite NBA All-Star Weekend memories, a preview of the NASCAR season and Wayne-Finger Lakes high school basketball talk.  . more

Looking at the Green Light Law and what’s next as political battle plays out

Looking at the Green Light Law and what’s next as political battle plays out
This last Sunday, the ceiling of the Lirtugia Rural Worker Education Center in Lyons was decorated in multicolor festive fiesta garland that greeted guests for what seemed to be the setting of a joyous celebration, which in a way it was for New York state immigrant rights advocates at the Rural & Migrant Ministry. more

Seneca supervisors hear how discovery changes are impacting local courts

Discovery changes make for difficult work in local courts
On Tuesday a local judge was back before the Seneca County Board of Supervisors requesting additional funding to deal with changes that stemmed from the bail reform initiative passed into law in 2019. more

Lyons man charged with felony burglary, contempt after Christmas Eve assault

Lyons man charged with felony burglary, contempt after Christmas Eve assault
The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a Lyons man on an array of charges following a domestic incident, which unfolded on Geneva Street on Christmas Eve. Anthony Hall, 47, of Lyons who had been arrested on February 10th for violating a stay away order of protection – was charged with first-degree burglary, second-degree assault, first-degree criminal contempt,... more

Local band director will march in Rose Bowl parade in 2021

Local band director will march in Rose Bowl parade in 2021
Daniel Hacker has been invited to march in the 2021 Rose Bowl Tournament of Roses parade. It’s held in Pasadena, California. The band at the Waterloo High School under his leadership has done quite a bit of traveling – having marched in New York City last year, and even having students featured in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade. A total... more

Ortt drops out of Congressional race for 27th District

Ortt drops out of Congressional race for 27th District
A Republican has dropped out of the race to succeed former Representative Chris Collins. The district’s Republican leaders nominated state Sen. Chris Jacobs to run, which was a controversial pick. Many said that they were not satisfied with the choice. That said, one of the other options – State Sen. Rob Ortt, has ended his campaign. At this point, Jacobs... more

Auburn taxpayers get a look at administrative, capital expenses for upcoming school budget

Auburn taxpayers get a look at administrative, capital expenses for upcoming school budget
Taxpayers in the Auburn Enlarged City School District got a closer look at the administrative and capital components of its upcoming budget. Lisa Green told those in attendance at a meeting on Tuesday that the biggest increase over last year’s budget is a $1.1 million hike to debt service, according to The Citizen. They report that the budgeted 2019-20 amount... more

Deputies: Palmyra sex offender failed to register address change

Deputies: Palmyra sex offender failed to register address change
Deputies report the arrest of a 29-year-old Palmyra resident following his failure to notify change of an address. The arrest stems from an investigation into a sex offender registry violation. Deputies say Jason Ward, 29, of Palmyra was required to notify the sex offender registry of any change of address within ten days. Deputies say he moved and failed to... more

Police: Seneca Falls woman damaged apartment during domestic

Police: Seneca Falls woman damaged apartment during domestic
Police arrested a 22-year-old Seneca Falls woman following a domestic incident on Monday. Around 5:31 p.m. police arrested Yaritza Cedeno, 22, of Seneca Falls following that incident. She’s accused of causing damage to a window in a an apartment owned by a local complex. Following an investigation police charged Cedeno with criminal mischief. She was processed and released. The charges... more

W-FL Tuesday: Lyons girls take Wayne Co. lead with win over C-S; Geneva boys fall to Odyssey; Wilbur’s triple-double lifts Red Creek

W-FL Tuesday: Lyons girls take Wayne County lead with win over C-S; Geneva boys fall to Odyssey; Wilbur’s triple-double lifts Red Creek over ER
The Lyons Lions girls took over first place in the Wayne County standings after beating the Clyde-Savannah Golden Eagles at the Atwood Gymnasium on Tuesday night. Caiden Crego scored a game-high 19 points to lead the way for Lyons. With the win, Lyons improved to 14-3 and Clyde-Savannah fell to 11-6 with the loss. On the boys side, the Geneva... more