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WATCH LIVE: Women March in Seneca Falls 2017

Thousands are expected to participate in the Women March in Seneca Falls on Saturday starting at 10:00 am in conjunction with the Women’s March in Washington D.C. and several other events scheduled nationwide. FingerLakes1.com will stream the events in Seneca Falls LIVE from 10:00 AM – 3:30 PM on Saturday on Facebook Live… CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE LIVE STREAM more

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

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

SOUTH-END RIVALRY PART II: South Seneca boys host Romulus on FL1 Sports

Last night the FL1 Sports team was in Romulus to watch the #1 NYS ranked South Seneca Lady Falcons cruise to victory over the Lady Warriors. Tonight, the Romulus boys will try to avenge the loss when they visit the Jack Guinan Gymnasium in Ovid to take on South Seneca. Dave Barnick and Jason Hunt have the call on FL1... more

INSIDE THE FLX: Melina Carnicelli, Betty Bayer talk about march in Seneca Falls (podcast)

Everyone involved in organizing the ‘Women March in Seneca Falls’ event scheduled for Saturday knew it had the potential to grow incredibly large. The event, which is scheduled for Saturday was previewed by two organizers. Former Auburn Mayor Melina Carnicelli and Betty Bayer, joined Josh Durso on the Inside the FLX podcast to talk about how that event blossomed into... more

ROAD CLOSURES: Multiple roadways will be unavailable during Seneca Falls March

On Saturday, January 21st at approximately 10 am the Women’s March will take place in the Town of Seneca Falls. Participants will be lining up on Mynderse Street, between Fall Street and Oak Street. The Women’s March will proceed onto Fall Street, State Street, South Park Street, and Cayuga Street where it will end at the First Presbyterian Church. Expect... more

del Lago Resort & Casino gives $100K check to Seneca Co. Sheriff’s Office

  The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office received $100,000 to fund an additional officer. In a press release Friday morning, del Lago Resort & Casino Executive Vice President and General Manager Jeff Babinski and Vice President of Security Jim McCormack presented the Seneca County Sheriff’s Office with $100,000. The check was presented to Seneca County Sheriff Tim Luce. The resort and... more

W-FL Thursday: South Seneca girls roll over rival Romo; ER sweeps season series against Lyons

The South Seneca Lady Falcons used a dominant performance on the road to run away from Romulus on Thursday in a game that was streamed live on FL1 Sports. The final score of 66-37 was in stark contrast to the FL West rivals first meeting earlier this season which the Lady Falcons won by just 2 points. Watch the game... 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

Waterloo woman violates protective order; charged with contempt

The Waterloo Police Department reports on Thursday at 2:36 pm Brandy L. Alicea, 29, of Waterloo was arrested for second-degree criminal contempt. The arrest stems from an incident occurring in a Village of Waterloo business parking lot where Alicea was observed talking to an individual who currently has a class A order of protection against Alicea. Alicea was arraigned in... 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

Beverly Animal Shelter Pets of the Week: Snugglers

When the camaraderie of Christmas has passed and the weather is cold or worse yet, overcast with rain, you can’t help but need to snuggle. The Beverly Animal Shelter has some of the best snugglers in the area. Better still… they are waiting to snuggle with you! LUCY An absolutely beautiful dark brown tiger. Thought to be only 1 year... 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

Environmental Committee gives presentation on LL3 in Seneca Falls, steps taken to improve quality locally

On Wednesday, a special committee in Seneca Falls met to give a presentation on recently-enacted Local Law No. 3, as well as other environmental issues. While the committee is not officially sanctioned by the Town Board, this environmental committee acts to inform community members of the realities facing Seneca Falls. Wednesday’s educational session lasted a little more than one-hour and... 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

WEBCAST REPLAY: South Seneca Lady Falcons face rival Romulus Lady Warriors on FL1 Sports

The South Seneca and Romulus girls basketball programs have been the class of the Wayne-Finger Lakes in recent years. Both have captured New York State titles, Romulus in 2014 (Class D) and South Seneca in 2016 (Class C). Currently, the defending state champion Lady Falcons are ranked 1st in NYS in Class C by the New York State Sportswriters Association.... more

Deputies: Contractor failed to do work promised to Waterloo resident

On January 13th at approximately 3:30 pm deputies in Seneca County arrested a Seneca Falls man for grand larceny after allegedly taking money for a contracting job, which was never completed. Deputies say that Brian E. Wise, 49, of Seneca Falls was charged with fourth-degree grand larceny. The charge stems from an incident where he allegedly took payment for a... more
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