• Bills fast start, solid defense grounds Cards in 33-18 win

    The Bills defense was suffocating early and the offense turned in a handful of big plays to help stake Buffalo to a 17-0 first half lead. Rex Ryan’s team not only made the lead stand up, they expanded it. A 20-yard touchdown run by Tyrod Taylor and a 53-yard fumble return for …more
  • #ICYMI in the Finger Lakes: Primary results, stabbing in Canandaigua, and the health of Owasco Lake

    It was a busy week in the FingerLakes1.com newsroom, as absentee results continued to come in from the ongoing battle for the Republican nomination in the 54th Senate District race. The health of numerous local lakes has made headlines this …more
  • 8-year-old injured in UTV accident in Wayne County

    Deputies in Wayne County say an 8-year-old was injured in a Utility Terrain Vehicle accident Sunday in the Town of Marion. Deputies say the boy was ejected from the vehicle after he drove it into a small area of trees. …more
  • Seneca Falls man arrested twice in just hours after domestic incident

    On Saturday September 24th at 7:52 pm the Seneca Falls Police Department arrested Samuel J. Eckert, 28, of Seneca Falls. The arrest stemmed from a domestic incident where Eckert allegedly kicked a locked door in causing damage to the door …more
  • Two minors charged with felony arson after setting vehicle on fire

    On Friday, September 23rd at approximately 10:50 pm officers in Seneca Falls were called to Jimmer’s Auto for the report of a vehicle fire. The Seneca Falls Fire Department also responded to the scene, alongside the Seneca Falls Police Department. …more
  • Wells gone dry in the Finger Lakes

    Restricted water use, dwindling lake levels, parched fields and wells running dry have early autumn feeling like mid-July. David Shaw never thought when he bought property in a wooded area of Honeoye that he would run out of water, but …more
  • Another algae bloom detected in Seneca Lake

    New evidence of harmful algae blooms have been spotted in the Kime Beach area on the western shore of Seneca Lake, the second year in a row it’s happened there. Lake samples taken Sept. 19 from two areas along Kime …more
  • Winners, bakers, tasters: Naples Grape Pie contest

    Crowds gathered Saturday at the Naples Grape Festival pie tent for the annual contest that determines who made the World’s Greatest Grape Pie. Twenty-three pies competed for the top pick. First place went to Meghanne Ash Freivald of Canadice. Taking …more
  • Early scores, late pick lead Orange past UConn

    A game that opened with typical Syracuse offensive pyrotechnics was secured by the Orange defense in a 31-24 victory at Connecticut on Saturday. Eric Dungey and Amba Etta-Tawo teamed on two long touchdown passes in the first 4:12 of the …more
  • Apparent stabbing at the Villager in Canandaigua

    In a press release Saturday morning, the Canandaigua Police Department reported the following: On September 23, 2016 at approximately 11:30 PM an officer conducting foot patrol in the downtown area observed several people fighting in the parking lot of the …more
  • A look at Seneca Falls Local Law 7 prior to Wednesday’s forum

    Few pieces of legislation have generated as much debate and controversy in this Seneca County community as Local Law 7 of 2016, also known as the Town of Seneca Falls Waste Disposal Law. Introduced by the Town Board in April …more
  • Waterloo boards may team to buy sewer vacuum

    Few pieces of legislation have generated as much debate and controversy in this Seneca County community as Local Law 7 of 2016, also known as the Town of Seneca Falls Waste Disposal Law. Introduced by the Town Board in April …more
  • Week 4 Section V football scores and highlights

    Here are the Section V high school football scores and highlights from week 4 across the region…more
  • Keuka College Spotlight Series: Poet Charles Martin to read from his works

    Keuka College’s 2016-17 Spotlight Series opens Wednesday, Sept. 28 with a reading by poet, critic, and translator Charles Martin.Free and open to the public, the reading begins at 7 p.m. in the Gannett Room of Lightner Library. Charles, who is …more
  • Slight level of toxin found in Owasco water supply, but second check was OK

    The Cayuga County Health Department on Saturday said that toxins associated with blue-green algae were discovered in a water sample collected at the Owasco water treatment plant on Thursday, but that the level falls below the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency… …more
  • Helming defeats Rayburn in GOP primary race for 54th

    Ontario County’s absentee ballot count in the 54th state Senate race took several hours Thursday as commissioners and staff worked their way through more than 200 absentee ballots. Watching closely were attorneys and supporters for candidate Pam Helming and supporters …more
  • Fresh approach to Finger Lakes winemaking

    Céline and Sébastien LeSeurre murmur with excitement as a car makes its way up the driveway of their winery on the east side of Keuka Lake. It’s a grape grower from a nearby vineyard bringing three bunches of grapes — …more
  • Report: New York State highways among worst in country

    We've brought you stories of local drivers upset with the condition of New York's highways. Now a new report ranks our state's roads among the worst in the country. The Reason Foundation listed New York as 45th in its annual …more
  • Durso claims first Silver Creek Club Championship

    Josh Durso won his first men’s club championship at Silver Creek GC  with a 2-round total of 153 this weekend in Waterloo. Club champions were also crowned in five additional divisions and are noted below… Men’s Championship Flight: Josh Durso …more
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  • Tugboat Syracuse heads through locks in Clyde

    The NYS Canal Corp Tugboat ‘Syracuse’ and inspection crew exit Lock 26 in Clyde on Wednesday afternoon after performing annual inspection of Lock 26 and facilities. Photo by Robert Stopper.