Day: March 17, 2020

HOURS OF OPERATION: Here’s who is open, closed & statements from local businesses (continuously updated)

HOURS OF OPERATION: Here’s who is open, closed & statements from local businesses (continuously updated)

Editor’s Note: If you’re looking for full-coverage of the Novel Coronavirus, or COVID-19 click here. This database will be the place where we post all business hours or service changes. Have something you’d like to see here? Send it to news@fingerlakes1.com.  3 ... MORE
Bills make huge splash, acquire WR Stefon Diggs from Vikings

Bills make huge splash, acquire WR Stefon Diggs from Vikings

Stefon Diggs tweeted earlier Monday afternoon that his exit from Minnesota was imminent. On Monday night, he learned his destination. The Buffalo Bills acquired the Vikings receiver and a 2020 seventh-round pick in exchange for a 2020 first-round pick (No. 22 overall), a 2020 fifth-round pick, a 2020 ... MORE
Buffalo Bills, Sports
Report: Bills reach two-year extension with Jordan Poyer

Report: Bills reach two-year extension with Jordan Poyer

The Buffalo Bills continue to make moves on the defensive side of the ball, this time reportedly locking up a safety for at least a few more years. According to Jeremy Fowler of ESPN, the Bills have reached a two-year extension with ... MORE
Buffalo Bills, Sports
Geneva cop’s trial delayed due to COVID-19

Geneva cop’s trial delayed due to COVID-19

The trial of the suspended Geneva police officer has been delayed. That delay came due to COVID-19, or the Novel Coronavirus. Ontario County District Attorney Jim Ritts said the trial of Jack Montesanto — which was to start Monday — has been ... MORE
PUBLIC NOTICES: What’s cancelled, what’s happening, and more as NYS tightens restrictions

PUBLIC NOTICES: What’s cancelled, what’s happening, and more as NYS tightens restrictions

Editor’s Note: If you’re looking for full-coverage of the Novel Coronavirus, or COVID-19 click here. This database will be the place where we leave all closings, announcements, and other public notices sent to us from municipalities, clubs, organizations, and agencies. Have something ... MORE
318 Asian Buffet open for takeout Tuesday – Sunday

318 Asian Buffet open for takeout Tuesday – Sunday

318 Asian Buffet on Route 318 in Waterloo inside the Finger Lakes Tea Company will remain open for take-out customers. You will be able to come in, with no wait time, and fill your to go container from our full buffet line-up ... MORE
Food, Life
Report: Bills agree to terms with LB A.J. Klein

Report: Bills agree to terms with LB A.J. Klein

A slew of big signings and trades were reported throughout the day Monday after the NFL’s legal tampering period opened.  The Bills, however, weren’t reported to have make any moves until about 10 p.m., when NFL insider Adam Caplan tweeted that the ... MORE
Buffalo Bills, Sports
Report: Bills agree to terms with DE Mario Addison

Report: Bills agree to terms with DE Mario Addison

The Buffalo Bills have agree to terms with defenisve end Mario Addison, according to ESPN’s Marcel Louis-Jacques. Addison is going to be 33 years old at the start of next season, but he’s been one of the most consistent defenisve ends in football ... MORE
Buffalo Bills, Sports
Public comment period postponed for Auburn site eyed by DEC

Public comment period postponed for Auburn site eyed by DEC

The Department of Environmental Conservation has postponed the public meeting for the NYSEG – Auburn Green Street site that was slated for this week. It’s unclear when it might be held, but the public comment period set to run through March 27th ... MORE
Lawsuit filed by local meteorologist against City of Rochester, Mayor Warren dismissed

Lawsuit filed by local meteorologist against City of Rochester, Mayor Warren dismissed

A judge has dismissed the lawsuit filed by a former television meteorologist against the City of Rochester, Mayor Lovely Warren, as well as his former employer. Jeremy Kappell filed claims last year after being fired from News10NBC, or WHEC-TV based in Rochester ... MORE
Courts, News, Rochester Area
NYS unemployment website crashes, goes down on Monday due to volume of users

NYS unemployment website crashes, goes down on Monday due to volume of users

When Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that more state residents would be eligible for unemployment amid the Coronavirus outbreak he was applauded for the decision. Changes were made to the system. Among the changes was the waiving of a 7-day wait period. The ... MORE
Ridgeview Greenhouse (billboard)
Police investigate shooting in Ithaca

Police investigate shooting in Ithaca

The Ithaca Police Department says they responded to a shots fired complaint in the 600 Block of West State Street a little before midnight. Upon arrival, officers located a victim in the parking lot of Bangs Ambulance Company, who had sustained a ... MORE
Protest will highlight ongoing leadership dispute within Cayuga Natoin

Protest will highlight ongoing leadership dispute within Cayuga Nation

While New York state and the rest of the nation shuts down in an effort to flatten the curve and combat the coronavirus through social distancing, the Cayuga Nation dispute continues with a scheduled protest set for Wednesday at 5 p.m ... MORE
KENNY’S 2 PENNIES: Kenny’s St. Patrick’s Day statement on COVID-19 (podcast)

KENNY’S 2 PENNIES: Kenny’s St. Patrick’s Day statement on COVID-19 (podcast)

For Kenny’s final episode of season 12, he addresses his public on St. Patrick’s Day to issue his own personal statement on the coronavirus and COVID-19 pandemic that has brought day-to-day life in our country to a halt. Kenny Haas will be ... MORE
Signs That It’s Time to Change Your Old Car

Signs That It’s Time to Change Your Old Car

If it’s been a while since you first drove your car, it might be time to consider a replacement. The number of years that it has been in your possession is only the first thing to consider when you think about buying ... MORE
Life