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W-FL Friday: Wayne beats Newark, Mynderse back on top in East; Whitman wins 11th straight; Lady Blue Devils top Geneva

The Wayne Eagles won their 9th straight on Friday night, defeating Newark and knocking the Reds out of a two-way tie atop the Finger Lakes East with Mynderse who erased a 9-point halftime deficit in Geneva to defeat the Panthers. In the West, Marcus Whitman continues to roll through the league with their 11th straight win (longest current streak in... more

Several arrested as result of license plates readers at Eastview Mall

The recently-installed license plate readers at the entrances of Eastview Mall are helping to crack down on known shoplifting groups in our area. The license plate readers were installed at Eastview in November. The goal is to identify and detect criminals, missing persons or stolen cars. Some shoppers say this is good news. Read more from 13WHAM more

Plenty of uncertainty remains with upcoming winter storm

The weather could turn challenging by the time Monday and Tuesday rolls around for the Finger Lakes. While a ton of uncertainty remains with the track of a system, which will impact the region in some fashion — the likelihood of precipitation (rain or snow) is becoming increasingly likely. Here’s the latest on the storm setup from FLX Weather Meteorologist... more

Siblings reject another plea deal over Geneva riot, campus robbery charges

Two Geneva siblings accused of robbing a Hobart College student at gunpoint and being involved in a melee near Geneva High School have rejected a chance to plead guilty and receive 10-year prison sentences. Jemar McCall, 19, and Raequan McCall, 16, declined the Ontario County District Attorney Office’s latest offer Thursday in Ontario County Court. District Attorney R. Michael Tantillo... more

Auburn State Prison inmate charged with endangering child in Gorham

A Rochester man was arrested by Ontario County Sheriff’s Deputies following an investigation into an incident involving an infant consuming suboxone, resulting in that child’s hospitalization. On Tuesday, Daniel R. Legler, 29, of Rochester was charged with endangering the welfare of a child after an investigation revealed that on August 28th he took suboxone that did not belong to him,... more

Deputies: Canandaigua man entered Geneva business, stole from safe

A 30-year-old Canandaigua man has been charged with burglary after an incident on January 14th. Deputies say that Luis Angel Medina-Castro was charged with third-degree burglary after he allegedly entered a business on January 14th in the Town of Geneva — taking cash from a safe within the business. He was arraigned in Geneva Town Court and remanded to the... more

Commission says $269M brought into region by HWS

Hobart and William Smith Colleges may not pay property taxes, but it wields plenty of economic impact in the region and state, a new study says. A recent analysis by the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities said the Colleges’ total economic impact in 2015 was $269.2 million, an increase of about $25 million since 2013. The commission used data... more

77-year-old man fell asleep at the wheel in SR 21 crash

The Ontario County Sheriff’s Office reports that a 77-year-old man fell asleep at the wheel, which resulted in his vehicle exiting the roadway on State Route 21 near Johnson Road around 9 am on Friday. Deputies say Ralph E. Miller, 77, of Canandaigua was operating his vehicle on State Route 21 — heading south — when he fell asleep, causing... more

Multiple bridges in Finger Lakes to receive funding this year

Some bridges in desperate need of repair in the Finger Lakes region will finally see some work. A package was announced by Gov. Andrew Cuomo to replace and repair 23 bridges and culverts in the region. The measure will cost $19.7 million dollars, and will be part of Cuomo’s BRIDGE NY initiative, which focuses on repairing struggling infrastructure around the... more

Geneva teens reject 10-year prison sentence for armed robbery

The Geneva teens accused of robbing a Hobart and William Smith Colleges student at gunpoint in August while out of jail on bail for a riot charge have again turned down a plea deal that would have them spend 10 years in prison. With the deal now off the table, Jemar M. McCall, 19, and his 16-year-old accomplice, not identified... more

January warm up ahead for the Finger Lakes

Temperatures have been staying above normal all of this week, but it certainly hasn’t been terribly warm. That will change over the next few days as temperatures warm from the 30s, which is 5-10 degrees above normal, into the 50s, which is more like 20-25 degrees above normal. Thursday will again see temperatures primarily stuck in the 30s. Skies will... more

Rochester man charged with burglarizing garage, stealing tools in Canandaigua

Deputies in Ontario County say that 21-year-old Tyler D. Byington, of Rochester was arrested for third-degree burglary after he allegedly forcibly entered a garage on County Road 4 in Canandaigua on December 5th. Deputies say he stole tools from inside the garage. He was released on his own recognizance and will answer the charges in Canandaigua Town Court. more

FLX Weekly: Weekend ahead, January thaw, national acts coming to the area & Women’s March in Seneca Falls (podcast)

See if the mild weather will continue through the upcoming weekend, check out the week’s top local news, our favorite local photos from the past several days and your top weekend event options on FLX Weekly with Jessica Lahr, Josh Durso, Jessamy Uticone and Jim Sinicropi on FingerLakes1.TV… more

Progress coming for stalled Canandaigua resort site?

New information on the stalled Canandaigua Finger Lakes Resort development may soon be available. Developer David Genecco has requested to meet with City Council’s planned unit development committee to present potential changes to the permitted use of the property, according to the agenda released by the city. The meeting is scheduled for 7 pm Thursday, January 26th, at the Hurley... more

W-FL Wednesday: Marcus Whitman extends West lead; LaBobmbard triple-double not enough for Red Jacket win

Four Finger Lakes West boys varsity basketball teams were in action on Wednesday night along with a full Wayne County and Finger Lakes East girls slate. The biggest match-up heading into the night pitted West leading Marcus Whitman Wildcats against second place Dundee. The game was never close as Whitman rolled to their 10th straight win to take a commanding... more

Finger Lakes Republicans head to D.C. for historic day

Bob Hayssen and Phil Beckley hopped into Hayssen’s Hummer this morning for a road trip to Friday’s inauguration of Donald Trump as President of the United States. The men will be part of the New York state delegation attending the event — and both are looking forward to seeing the billionaire businessman sworn into office. Hayssen is the Varick town... more

Ontario County GOP chair heads to Washington for inauguration

Inauguration Day is not just the day when President-elect Donald Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence are sworn into office in Washington, D.C. It’s a day of pomp and gala celebrations, of anticipation – for most every American, regardless of party – and for Trisha Turner, a day of excitement. Turner, with her daughter, Grace, and several other Republicans from... more

New Energy Works: Raising the roof – and walls in Farmington

Two winters ago a load of snow collapsed the roof of New Energy Works woodworking shop in Shortsville. Next week, New Energy Works Timberframers will not only begin construction of a new, much bigger building in Farmington for its fine woodworking division, NEWwoodworks, but the new, 21,000 square-foot building will mark a first-of-a-kind in New York state. The structure at... more
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