Day: February 14, 2020

INSIDE THE FLX: Matt Miller looks to challenge Assemblyman Kolb in November (podcast)

INSIDE THE FLX: Matt Miller talks campaign for NYS Assembly (podcast)

This week on Episode #212 of the Inside the FLX podcast – Matthew Miller is in-studio. He’s talking about his campaign for Assembly District #131 after the announcement that Assemblyman Brian Kolb (R-Canandaigua) would not seek another term this fall. The young ... MORE
Clyde-Savannah quietly runs win streak to nine

Clyde-Savannah quietly runs win streak to nine

Earlier this season, the boys’ basketball team at Clyde-Savannah dropped four of five games. The experience placed a chip on the collective shoulders of Darren Preston’s squad. Wednesday night, the Golden Eagles turned the tables on the second of those setbacks with ... MORE
WEBCAST REPLAY: Pal-Mac battles Waterloo for Finger Lakes East girls title (FL1 Sports)

WEBCAST REPLAY: Pal-Mac battles Waterloo for Finger Lakes East girls title (FL1 Sports)

Coach Dan Harris brings his Pal-Mac Lady Indians to face-off with Coach Michael Bree’s Waterloo Indians in a game to likely decide the 2020 Finger Lakes East Championship on Friday night at Waterloo High School. Jim Sinicropi and Mike Alessio have the ... MORE
Sabres defeat Blue Jackets in overtime, 4-3

Sabres defeat Blue Jackets in overtime, 4-3

Victor Olofsson made his return to the Buffalo Sabres lineup and scored twice including the overtime winner in Buffalo’s 4-3 victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets on Thursday at KeyBank Center. Olofsson claimed full possession of second place among rookie goal scorers with ... MORE
Buffalo Sabres, Sports
Syracuse women win third straight over North Carolina, 74-56

Syracuse women top North Carolina for third straight win, 74-56

The Orange continued their winning ways Thursday night with a respectable 74-56 victory on the road against North Carolina to extend their winning streak to three games. The loss was the Tar Heels’ largest margin of defeat this season and extended Syracuse’s ... MORE
W-FL Thursday: Isabella Wilbur scores 2,000th point; Red Jacket girls win eighth straight; Clyde-Savannah girls defeat ER in double OT

W-FL Thursday: Isabella Wilbur scores 2,000th point; Red Jacket girls win eighth straight; Clyde-Savannah girls defeat ER in double OT

On Thursday night, the Lyons Lions picked up a 13-point road win over the Red Creek Rams. Isabella Wilbur, a Junior at Red Creek, scored her 2,00oth point. Wilbur also recorded a double-double, she had 21 points and 10 steals. The Lions ... MORE
Penn Yan woman charged after pursuit, driver of truck remains at-large

Penn Yan woman charged after pursuit, driver of truck remains at-large

A Penn Yan woman was arrested following a pursuit over the weekend. Samantha Hansen, 30, of Penn Yan was found to have rented a pickup truck that another person, identified as John Northrup, was operating. When police saw Northrup operating the truck ... MORE
$4.5 million coming to Sodus Bay Harbor for repairs

$4.5 million coming to Sodus Bay Harbor for repairs

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Buffalo District has received $91,256,500 in the Fiscal Year 2020 Work Plan, to complete projects across the District’s area of responsibility. This is in addition to the $24,562,000 the District has already received in the Fiscal ... MORE
Officials say flu season still hasn’t peaked, Cuomo urges residents to take precautions

Officials say flu season still hasn’t peaked, Cuomo urges residents to take precautions

On Thursday, Governor Andrew Cuomo reminded residents to take recommended precautions to protect themselves from the flu as new numbers released this week show flu activity still has not reached its peak this season. Flu cases in New York this season are expected ... MORE
Health, New York State, News
Trump says he’ll get back to Cuomo next week after TTP meeting

Trump says he’ll get back to Cuomo next week after TTP meeting

It doesn’t look like any action was taken during, or immediately following Governor Andrew Cuomo’s meeting with President Donald Trump on Thursday. The two met over the suspension of the Trusted Traveler Program. Late-Thursday, Governor Cuomo’s communication director issued the following statement: ... MORE
Lawmakers push for paid sick time at all businesses with five or more employees

Lawmakers push for paid sick time at all businesses with five or more employees

There is a push in New York State from lawmakers to make sure every worker gets paid sick time. The proposal is part of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s 2020 state budget. Under the plan, any business with five to 99 employees would have ... MORE
Spectrum customers fight for refund after outage, but company gives varying credits

Spectrum customers fight for refund after outage, but company gives varying credits

Spectrum said in a statement after last weekend’s service outage that it would give customers a credit. The caveat was that those customers would have to call to get it. And that would mean sitting on hold, as countless others called for ... MORE
Victor CSD holds first board of education meeting since bus incident

Victor CSD holds first board of education meeting since bus incident

District officials said the driver of a Victor Central School District bus followed protocols, and did not let students inside the bus off for about 15 minutes because the driver couldn’t get the students to behave. The statement described the incident as ... MORE
Katko, Brindisi call on International Joint Commission to maximize outflows

Katko, Brindisi call on International Joint Commission to maximize outflows

Maximize the outflows from Lake Ontario. That was the message from Representatives John Katko and Anthony Brindisi. They both sent letters to the chair of the agency that regulates water levels on Lake Ontario, as well as the St. Lawrence River. In ... MORE
Police: 12 arrested after second day of protest in Ithaca

Police: 12 arrested after second day of protest in Ithaca

A total of 12 people were arrested after protests on Thursday at a business in Ithaca. Eight of the protesters were adults and charged with third-degree criminal trespass while four others were juveniles and released to parents or guardians, police said in ... MORE