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Geneva Chamber to co-host ribbon cutting at Five Star Urgent Care

The Geneva Area Chamber of Commerce has announced that it will be co-hosting its next Member Milestone Celebration on Wednesday, June 28, 2017. The event will include an Open House and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to honor the official Grand Opening of Geneva’s newest urgent care facility- Five Star Urgent Care, located at 1 White Springs Road in the Tops Plaza,... more

Beverly Animal Shelter Pets of the Week: Time for a summer project?

Feels like summer has finally arrived. School is almost finished. The Beverly Animal Shelter has three exuberant dogs available for adoption. Sounds like it is time for a summer project… A special project that will bring a new family member into your family. If you prefer something a bit smaller, kitten season round I kittens are reaching adoption age. DUDLEY... more

Judge holds off decision on how Rideout murder suspects will be tried until Wednesday

A judge is now considering whether or not Craig Rideout’s two sons, his estranged wife and her boyfriend will all stand trial together for murder. In court Monday, the judge said he would make a decision on the trial come Wednesday. He said there was a flurry of motions filed at the last minute by lawyers claiming evidence against some... more

Motorcycle, car collide in Sennett; temporarily shuts down Rt. 5

A motorcycle crash closed a portion of Route 5 Friday afternoon in the town of Sennett. According to Cayuga County 911, at around 1:55 p.m., three vehicles were involved in an accident at the intersection of Route 5 and Healy Road. One of those vehicles was a motorcycle. Route 5 was closed in both directions between Healy and Miller roads... more

Beverly Animal Shelter Pets of the Week: Two sets of sisters

The Beverly Animal Shelter often receives pet families. Some families are biological, while others are adoptive. Most families are Mothers with their babies. However, this week we have two sets of Sisters… Biological Torti felines and adopted devoted canines. SWISS & PROVOLONE Unclaimed Torti sisters, mostly black with just a touch of orange, shorthaired Swiss and her petite, medium to... more

Beverly Animal Shelter Pets of the Week: Newbies wary of their location

Whether they are big or small, old or young, cat or dog, when new pets arrive at the Beverly Animal Shelter they are wary of their new location. Some adjust quickly, while others may take weeks to adjust. Nevertheless, they all hope that their stay will be short. Can you help shorten the stay of this week’s pet? GOTTI Pit... more

VISION FOR THE FUTURE: Trout released into waterways of former Army Depot

Things are changing at Deer Haven Park at the former Seneca Army Depot. In a press release on Tuesday, Earl Martin announced that 300 brook trout and brown trout would be released into waterways throughout the Depot property. Martin, who owns Deer Haven Park, said the trout were recently released into the Depot waterways in an effort to focus on... more

Bourama Sidibe could make big impact for Syracuse basketball next season

Bourama Sidibe, a Class of 2017 signee with the Syracuse Orange, could be an impact player that is going completely under the radar heading into next season. Sidibe, who stands at 6-foot-11, had an impressive showing at the Jordan Brand Classic Regional Game last week, scoring 18 points and grabbing 12 rebounds against some of the nation’s best players. NunesMagician.com:... more

Beverly Pets of the Week: Something special for after Easter

Like Christmas, Easter is often the time to present a new family member. Yes, chicks and bunnies are number one on the list. However, cats and dogs follow closely behind. Let’s just say, with family dinners, church and Easter egg hunts where the rewards are lots of chocolate, it is not exactly a good time for presenting a living pet.... more

Beverly Pets of the Week: Special pets not interesting in selling themselves

The Beverly Animal Shelter has some adorable, outgoing pets who like to “sell” themselves in the store. There also are the not so perfect pets. Whether it be physical appearance, physical condition or even the shy animal who is not interested in “selling himself”, these special pets are still in need of loving, special homes. KEVIN An unclaimed stray, Kevin... more

Local laws and litigation: Recent history of landfilling debate in Seneca Falls

The polarizing nature of the Seneca Meadows Landfill in Seneca Falls has folks from every walk of life weighing in. While the community remains largely split on the issues at play — this year is shaping up to be as important — if not more important than 2016. On March 14th a Public Hearing is scheduled to take place at... more

Upstate Orange: Marquee win & eighties ‘Cuse trivia (podcast)

Syracuse finally gets a marquee win over #6 Florida State in the Carrier Dome on Saturday but they still have a lot of work to do before Orange fans can get excited about Selection Sunday. Jim Sinicropi and Brad Conner talk about it on Sunday morning’s live edition of the Upstate Orange Podcast along with some fantastic 1980’s Syracuse basketball... more

Upstate Hoops: Looking ahead to Sectionals & W-FL round-up (podcast)

Jim Sinicropi and Matt Verkey recap the short-week of action for Wayne-Finger Lakes varsity basketball on Sunday morning and breakdown the Sectional Point Standings as we head into the final three weeks of the regular season. Also, a look at the week ahead and our latest Power Rankings and Girls Super Six. AUDIO ONLY VERSION: more
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