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RADIO REPLAYS: Mynderse hosts Early College in B2; Newark hosts NR-Wolcott in B1 opener (FL1 Sports)

LISTEN LIVE: Mynderse hosts Early College in B2; Newark hosts NR-Wolcott in B1 opener (FL1 Sports)
Two live games on the slate tonight from FL1 Sports as the opening rounds of boys and girls high school basketball game Sectional play continues across Section V. Listen to the replay below as the #6 seed Mynderse Academy boys host #11 Early College at Arthur L. Baker Gymnasium in Seneca Falls in the Class B2 opening round. Jim Sinicropi &... more

LATEST: Use caution on roads this morning, NWS advisories active now

Snowy conditions, gusty winds coming to the Finger Lakes
Give yourself extra time in the commute today and tonight. Conditions will vary throughout the region, and winds will make travel difficult with the light snow that has fallen so far. Follow along with the resources in this story through the end of the week. And if you’re traveling outside the immediate Finger Lakes region – then things will really... more

FLX WEEKLY: Wine Wednesday with Katherine Chase & Jessica Lahr (podcast)

FLX WEEKLY: Wine Wednesday with Katherine Chase & Jessica Lahr (podcast)
The last Wednesday of every month is “Wine Wednesday” inside the FingerLakes1.com Studios and Cayuga Lake Wine Trail Executive Director Katherine Chase brings wine from Lucas Vineyards and Americana Winery to taste with Jessica Lahr in-studio on the day after her birthday to join Sydney Rogers and Jim Sinicropi.  . more

Building partially collapses in Auburn

Building partially collapses in Auburn
A building in Auburn has partially collapsed. Firefighters were called to 151 Wall Street after a wall on a vacant building collapsed. According to the Auburn Citizen, First Love Ministries operated a food pantry at the site until December. Now, two months later, part of the building has collapsed. Police temporarily closed a portion of Wall Street as first responders... more

Cuomo announces $40M to fund coronavirus fight in New York

Cuomo announces $40M to fund coronavirus fight in New York
On Wednesday, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced $40 million in funding for the New York State Department of Health to hire additional staff, procure equipment and any other resources necessary to respond to the potential novel coronavirus pandemic. Cuomo will also propose legislation to grant authority to DOH Commissioner Dr. Howard Zucker to ensure local health departments and public and private... more

Ann Marie Heizmann announces bid for New York State Assembly in 131st

Ann Marie Heizmann announces bid for New York State Assembly in 131st
Another Republican has entered the race to succeed longtime Assemblyman Brian Kolb, in the 131st Assembly District. Seneca County businesswoman and President of the Seneca County Farm Bureau, Ann Marie Heizmann will be seeking to fill the vacancy that vacancy in the district that includes Ontario and Seneca counties. “Brian was a dedicated member of our community and was vital... more

Syracuse cruises to road win over Pittsburgh, 72-49 (full coverage)

ORANGE GAME DAY: Syracuse hits the road to take on Pittsburgh tonight (preview & info)
How convincing was Syracuse’s 72-49 win over Pittsburgh on Wednesday night? When the game stopped for a timeout with 10:30 left and Syracuse leading 60-37, many Pitt fans began streaming up the aisles and out into the rainy night. Syracuse dominated the Panthers from opening tap to final buzzer, leading by 16 points at halftime and as many as 25... more

O’Mara critical of Cuomo amendment that would erode local choice on green projects

O’Mara critical of Cuomo amendment that would erode local choice on green projects
State Senator Tom O’Mara (R,C,I-Big Flats) is joining other Republicans to criticize Governor Andrew Cuomo’s recent budget amendment, which local officials say would erode home rule. Cuomo, as part of the newly released 30-day amendments to his 2020-2021 proposed state budget, wants to create a new, state-level “Office of Green Energy Siting.”  As proposed by the governor, the new office... more

Canandaigua woman charged with grand larceny after using employer’s credit card for months

Canandaigua woman charged with grand larceny after using employer’s credit card for months
Sheriff Kevin Henderson says a 33-year-old Canandaigua woman was arrested on a grand larceny charge after an investigation into illegal credit card purchases. Henderson says Brittany Rogers, 33, of Canandaigua was charged with third-degree grand larceny after using her employer’s credit card to make purchases over the span of several months. The purchases took place over the course of months.... more

Ontario County 911 gets boost through new service

Ontario County 911 gets boost through new service
Ontario County 911 has received a boost in form of a new service, which will allow emergencies to be located faster. Ontario County Sheriff Kevin Henderson and Steve DeChick, the county’s chief communications officer, spoke to the Finger Lakes Times about a new service that will help the work 911 does. Earlier this year, phone systems were upgraded; and through... more

Supervisors will consider sharing sales tax with towns, villages in Seneca County

Supervisors will consider sharing sales tax with towns, villages in Seneca County
The debate about sharing sales tax revenue received a shot of life at Tuesday's meeting of the Government Operations Committee in Seneca County. The supervisors have long-wrestled with the notion of sharing sales tax revenue with towns and villages. Supervisor Kyle Barnhart, of Lodi, introduced the item for discussion under new business. It was a measure that hadn't been discussed... more

Newark students will perform on radio broadcast in Rochester-area

Newark students will perform on radio broadcast in Rochester-area
Three Newark High School students who are members of the 2019-20 Hochstein Youth Symphony Orchestra, will perform with the HYSO for The Hochstein School’s free lunchtime “brown bag” Live from Hochstein March 18, from 12:10–12:50 p.m. in the Hochstein Performance Hall. They are NHS junior and French horn player Rachel George, who is the HYSO Principal Horn, NHS junior Joshua Mercer,... more

Future of MiLB teams in Auburn, Batavia still unclear

Future of MiLB teams in Auburn, Batavia still unclear
There is still a coalition of leaders and locals working to save professional baseball in Upstate New York. According to U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer the Major League Baseball has agreed to keep the Binghamton Rumble Ponies. They were among the original 42 teams that would no longer have an affiliate at the next-level. In the Finger Lakes, the Auburn Doubledays... more

Newark schools celebrate a special way

Newark schools celebrate a special way
After the December 23rd through January 3rd holiday break, Kelley School fourth grade teachers Lacie Urban and Sarah Consentino wanted to refresh students they co-teach with the tenets of “Newark Pride,” the new behavioral expectations instituted for all Newark Central School District students in September. Since then, the new expectations that all students’ behavior will be safe, responsible, respectful and... more
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