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Troopers: Spencerport man led police on chase through Wayne Co.

On Friday at approximately 1:20 pm, Troopers were called to the Save A Lot parking lot in Ontario for a report of a suspicious vehicle. When Troopers arrived, and attempted to stop the vehicle the operator, Louis Alletto, 27, of Spencerport fled authorities. He refused to comply and led Troopers on a pursuit on State Route 104 in Wayne County... more

Newark students witness protests in DC

It was very calm right next to Pennsylvania Avenue and a couple of blocks from the National Mall, but several blocks away, it was anything but calm. Demonstrators in the Northwest portion of Washington D.C. clashed with police. Several windows of businesses were smashed out, fires had been set on the street and police were using tear gas to settle... 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

Lyons man leads deputies on brief chase; arrested on multiple charges

A Lyons man is facing multiple charges after he attempted to flee police following a routine traffic stop. Wayne County Sheriff Barry Virts reports the arrest of Terry Phillips, 49, of Lyons for third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, fourth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, and third-degree unlawful fleeing a police officer in a motor vehicle. Phillips was... more

Women wanted on ID theft, grand larceny charges located in Wayne Co.

The Wayne County Office of the Sheriff reports the arrest of a Red Creek woman following an investigation into a wanted person. Deputies arrested Eden H. Skinner, 26, who is currently homeless, on an arrest warrant out of the Sodus Town Court. Skinner was charged with third-degree grand larceny, and first-degree identity theft — both felonies. Skinner was arraigned in... more

85-year-old hospitalized after crash in Savannah

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports an active investigation into a personal injury motor vehicle accident that occurred on South Butler Road in the Town of Savannah on Thursday at approximately 10:33 am. A vehicle being operated by Harry L. Reiss Jr, 85, of Penfield was driving southbound on Livingston Road when he failed to stop or make a turn... more

Lyons woman assaults police officer during arrest after domestic dispute

A Lyons woman was arrested after a domestic dispute, according to deputies in Wayne County. Deputies arrested Kimberly L. Goebert, 36, of Lyons following a domestic dispute. Goebert started to yell and swear in public while damaging property. After Goebert was taken into custody — deputies say she tried to break out the rear window of the patrol car. She... more

Newark Village takes next step in Main Street reconstruction

Newark Village officials took the next step to prepare for the reconstruction of South Main Street. At the board’s last meeting, they approved an engineering contract with Lu Engineers for waterline replacement. Bob Hutteman from Lu Engineers was on hand to talk about the proposed waterline replacement. Given that the waterlines are currently located under the pavement, Hutteman told the board... 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

Dallas Cowboys, ‘Star Wars’ items among featured celebrity items

If you’re a fan of the Dallas Cowboys, America’s love ’em/hate ’em team, or “Star Wars,” you might want to head down to the Wayne County Humane Society’s 14th annual Sweetheart Auction, which takes place at noon on Sunday, Jan. 29 at the Palmyra VFW, 4306 Route 31, Palmyra. For the second straight year, the Humane Society is featuring celebrity... more

Deputies: Marion man illegally used EBT card of incarcerated subject

A Marion man is facing multiple charges after deputies say he used an EBT card that didn’t belong to him. Deputies in Wayne County say that Joel T. Foil, 51, of Marion was charged after an investigation was initiated by the Wayne County Department of Social Services. Investigators say that Foil used an EBT card that belonged to an incarcerated... 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

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

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

Lyons artist to exhibit at Museum of Wayne County History

The Museum of Wayne County, 21 Butternut St., Lyons, recently announced that its first exhibit of 2017 will be “Ann Collins Westerns” starting Feb. 9. Collins, of Lyons, made her fame on the racetracks of America painting the leading racehorses from the 1940s through the 1980s. Few knew that she painted one western painting a year throughout her career as... 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

Katko, Collins urge Trump to reverse decision on Lake Ontario management plan

A pair of Republican congressmen are asking President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team to review and reverse the International Joint Commission’s decision to adopt Plan 2014, which sets a new strategy for managing Lake Ontario water levels. U.S. Reps. Chris Collins and John Katko sent a letter to Vice President-elect Mike Pence, who’s leading Trump’s transition team, requesting another look at... more

Finger Lakes snow outlook for late January and beyond

The weather over the next seven days does not look favorable for snow in the Finger Lakes. In fact, temperatures will only go up for most of this time period. Today, Wednesday, will be a dreary and cool day. Fog, drizzle and scattered rain showers will persist through much of the day, and temperatures will change very little. Most places... more
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