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Webcast Replay: Pal-Mac visits Geneva on FL1 Sports

Brandon Hawkins, Damien Wright, Hunter VanDevelde and the rest of Dan Harris’ Pal-Mac Red Raiders travel to Geneva to face Tyler Tyson, Reid Patchett and the Panthers in a Finger Lakes East battle live on FingerLakes1.com. Brendan Harrington & Tane Robinson have the call for FL1 Sports on Friday night inside the Donald Knisely Gymnasium in Geneva… UPCOMING W-FL BASKETBALL... more

W-FL Friday: Mynderse wins 11th straight, Pal-Mac comes back for needed win, Whitman tops the West

The top teams in the Finger Lakes East all picked up wins on Friday night and Pal-Mac may have turned their season around with a big fourth quarter comeback in Geneva. Also on Friday night, the Finger Lakes West continues to provide close games and every contest seems like a toss-up, with the exception of Marcus Whitman, who remains undefeated... more

Pal-Mac Select Choir to perform at Carnegie Hall

The Palmyra-Macedon High School Select Choir, directed by Jill Davis, will perform at 2 p.m. Jan. 14 at Carnegie Hall, 881 7th Ave., New York. The 31-member choir will perform four selections. Palmyra-Macedon Middle School music teacher Kayla Mayou will accompany the choir on two pieces. Daily Messenger: Read More more

Manchester man taken into custody on DWI, AUO warrant found with drugs

The Ontario County Sheriff’s Office reports that on January 2nd around 4:14 pm deputies arrested Steven A. Greene, 37, of Manchester on a warrant for first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, driving while intoxicated, as well as a multitude of other traffic and vehicle offenses. While taking the defendant into custody and further investigation — deputies found a quantity of heroin, which... more

Newark man faces additional charges after refusing to comply during DWI arrest, processing

State Police say a Newark man was arrested after another driver reported that he was “all over the road.” State Police out of Lyons arrested Joseph Talbot, 43, of Newark for driving while intoxicated following a vehicle and traffic complaint of an erratic operator on State Route 31. Talbot was stopped on Route 31 in Palmyra for failure to keep... more

W-FL Thursday: Wayne beats Pal-Mac; Newark, Midlakes win

Four Finger Lakes East boys varsity basketball teams were in action on Thursday in holiday week tournaments in Wayne, Bath-Haverling and in Buffalo. The most interesting game pitted Pal-Mac against leaguemate and tournament host Wayne in a non-league contest game that counted in the FL East standings.  Full results, upcoming schedule and more below…   Thursday’s W-FL Boys Basketball Scoreboard: #10... more

Pal-Mac teacher in running for national award

Jamie Heagney, a sixth-grade special education teacher at Palmyra-Macedon Middle School, has been nominated for the 2016-17 national LifeChanger of the Year Award. Sponsored by the National Life Group Foundation, the LifeChanger of the Year program recognizes and rewards the very best K-12 public and private school educators and employees across the United States who are making a difference in... more

W-FL Wednesday: Marion wins; Norris goes for 35 as NR-W beats Waterloo

Holiday Tournament week continued on Wednesday for Wayne-Finger Lakes varsity basketball teams. The biggest story came out of Red Jacket as the Marion Black Knights recorded their first win since 2014, defeating Cato-Meridian by three. The Wayne Eagles advanced to the finals of their own tournament but Pal-Mac will be heading to the consolation game after losing to NE Douglass... more

Palmyra man charged with DWI after traffic stop

Deputies in Wayne County say that Richard H. Zimmer, 62, of Palmyra was charged with driving while intoxicated, aggravated driving while intoxicated, and failure to keep right after a traffic stop. Zimmer was observed not keeping right and upon deputies stopping him, they found that he was under the influence of alcohol. His blood-alcohol content was determiend to be .23... more

Community Bank N.A. gives back during holiday season through local charities

Community Bank N.A. has been working overtime this holiday season to make the season a little brighter for those in need locally. The bank announced on Wednesday that they participated in red kettle bell ringing with the Salvation Army, as well as a variety of donations to local chapters and community organizations. “Lending extra support to those who need it... more

W-FL Tuesday: Geneva hands Midlakes first loss, Newark tops Pal-Mac & Dundee trounces Naples

Several key Wayne-Finger Lakes league match-ups were contested across the region on Tuesday night. One undefeated team would fall at home, Romulus would pull an upset, Newark would win a rematch of last season’s Class B Sectional title game, and Mynderse would take on Waterloo live on FL1 Sports. Full results from Tuesday night and more below… Tuesday’s W-FL Boys... more

Palmyra man arrested for attempted sex with a 12-year-old

New York State Police say a 29-year-old Palmyra man was arrested after he allegedly tried to have sex with a 12-year-old. Troopers say that Adam Sullivan, 29, of Palmyra was charged with attempted criminal sexual act, attempted use of a child in a sexual performance and attempted disseminating indecent material to minors. Troopers say they intervened before he had sexual contact with... more

Nativities from around the world on display at Hill Cumorah

Christmas traditions around the world are as varied as the places where the holiday is celebrated. But one staple is the nativity scene where Joseph and Mary welcome the birth of their son Jesus in a manger. How different cultures represent that event is currently on display at the Hill Cumorah Visitors Center run by the Church of Jesus Christ... more

W-FL Friday: Burri’s putback sinks Pal-Mac, Mynderse passes road test & Bloomfield wins at Red Jacket

A full Friday night of W-FL boys basketball had teams from all three leagues in action. The biggest questions of the night… could #1 Mynderse win a tough match-up on the road against Wayne, is Midlakes ready to content in the Finger Lakes East, and who are the contenders and pretenders in the Finger Lakes West? Full results, updated standings... more

Dismissal of charges considered for Palmyra mayor

The criminal charges filed against the newly elected Palmyra village mayor will most likely be thrown out. If David A. Husk, who ran unopposed for the position last month, pays back the $162 he is accused of taking from Breen's Grocery Store, his case will be dismissed, according to Wayne County District Attorney Rick Healy. Daily Messenger: Read More more

W-FL Tuesday: Newark edges Wayne, Tyler Norris scores 1000th & Carswell throws down on Penn Yan

A full slate of games on Tuesday night in Wayne-Finger Lakes boys high school basketball action with 24 of the 26 W-FL teams in action. North Rose-Wolcott senior Tyler Norris scored his 1,000th career point, South Seneca defeated Romulus in the south-end rivalry game, and Newark hung on to edge the visiting Wayne Eagles as Finger Lakes East play opened... more

Palmyra man charged with sexual abuse after multiple incidents

A Palmyra man was arrested over the weekend after deputies say he was accused of sexually abusing a child. Deputies in Wayne County say that Zane Rampulla, 19, of Palmyra is accused of attempting to have sexual contact with a child less than 11-years-old. He allegedly took all of his clothing off during the incident. The investigation revealed that Rampulla... more
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