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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

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

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

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

W-FL Tuesday: East & Wayne leaders win big; pair of big men throw down dunks

The top teams in the Finger Lakes East and Wayne County all posted impressive wins on Tuesday night in boys varsity action. In the East, Newark used a big 3rd quarter to pull away at Geneva, Mynderse bounced back from their first loss with a win at home against Midlakes, and Wayne looked dominant in a 46-point road victory at... more

Country star Dustin Lynch coming to del Lago in March

del Lago Resort & Casino is pleased to announce American country music singer and songwriter Dustin Lynch will take the stage at The Vine on March 9, 2017 at 8 p.m. The $440M state-of-the-art destination, opening Feb. 1, will include a 2,400 person entertainment venue featuring top-notch performers and acts, a bar and a restaurant for guests to enjoy. Tickets... more

Kenny: Inaugural circus is in town… I wonder what the elephants think?

This week Kenny rants on the circus surrounding Trump Inauguration Week, the New England Patriots and the NFL Conference Championship match-ups and the inconsistent Syracuse basketball team. Speaking of circus, Kenny has some thoughts on the closing down of Ringling Brothers. AUDIO ONLY VERSION: more

Inside del Lago: With 1,400 employees hired, Seneca County casino preps for opening day

As the Feb. 1 opening day nears, a vast majority of the available positions at del Lago Resort & Casino have been filled. Jeff Babinski, executive vice president and general manager at del Lago, said Monday that nearly 1,400 employees have been hired. This includes table game dealers, cleaners, food service workers and administrative positions. The casino will have just... more

Upstate Hoops: Newark, Whitman surging & Wayne County shockers (podcast)

The Newark Reds scored a big win over Mynderse on Thursday, Marcus Whitman is undefeated in the East, and Wednesday night’s results from Wayne County shocked the league. Recap the wild week that was in Wayne-Finger Lakes basketball and hear interviews with Newark’s Nate Beard, Whitman’s Nick Young, Lyons’ Ben Rockefeller and Mynderse girls varsity basketball coach Jerry Anderson. Audio... more

Weber: Seneca Supervisors Lorenzetti & Churchill on IDA handling of former Army Depot sale

Seneca County Supervisors Cindy Lorenzetti and Steve Churchill return to the FingerLakes1.com Studios on Monday morning’s Weber This Week show where they discussed the County IDA’s handling of the former Army Depot sale and potential sales tax and del Lago Casino revenue sharing with the towns that comprise Seneca County…   AUDIO ONLY VERSION OF THIS EPISODE: more

W-FL Friday: Waterloo holds Midlakes ‘Ransom’ at the buzzer; Red Creek’s Klein scores 1,000th point

The Waterloo Indians went to Midlakes on Friday night still seeking their first Finger Lakes East league win after five attempts. With the Indians down two with just over 2 seconds left in the game, Waterloo would inbound from the sideline and Ransom Benedicks would receive the pass… With Benedicks shot, Waterloo captured their first win since their opening game... more

BACK TO JAIL: Barto surrenders to deputies in Seneca Co. Court

Former Waterloo Justice Roger Barto is headed back to jail. The last-minute move to modify Barto’s sentence by attorney Gary Muldoon was not accepted. Muldoon argued that a modification to the sentence could be made, and offered house arrest as an alternative. The reason for the modification: A medical condition. The details of the medical condition were not released by... more

IDA seeks input on downtown Waterloo project

Should developer Lee Bieber receive financial benefits in his effort to rehabilitate a large historic chunk of downtown Waterloo? If you have an opinion on the issue and want to express either support or disapproval, you can at a January 26th public hearing. The Seneca County Industrial Development Agency will conduct the hearing prior to making a final decision on... more
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