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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

State Police: Woman stole $71,726 from Palmyra employer

A 65-year-old Marion woman has been charged with stealing more than $70,000 from her employer over the course of months. Michelle Hollingsworth, 65, of Marion was employed at Lor-Co, Inc. during a period from April until November this year. In all, police say she stole $71,726 from the company. State Police even say that Hollingsworth was seen 21 times cashing... more

W-FL Friday: Mynderse beats Newark, ER over Lyons & Clyde-Savannah wins at Gananda

In the opening night of league play in the Finger Lakes East, two of the teams expected to contend for the league crown squared off in Seneca Falls as Mynderse hosted Newark. The game was streamed live on FL1 Sports and can be seen in it’s entirety here. Also, several key Wayne County games and a match-up between Pal-Mac and... more

Ontario man faces 15 years as vehicular manslaughter case goes to trial

Jury selection begins Friday in the trial of the Wayne County man accused of causing a fatal motorcycle crash in the town of Sodus after allegedly smoking marijuana approximately two hours and 20 minutes earlier. Thomas Barto, 59, of Ontario, faces 15 years in prison if convicted in Wayne County Court of vehicular manslaughter for the Aug. 9, 2015, crash... more

W-FL Wednesday: Finger Lakes East teams get wins, Ganada edges Sodus

Five Finger Lakes East boys varsity basketball teams were in action on Wednesday night against out-of-league opponents and all five notched victories. League play is well underway in Wayne County and six teams squared off last night including a barn burner in Gananda. Full results and more below… Wednesday Night W-FL Boys Scoreboard: Syracuse IT 60 at Palmyra-Macedon 79 Last... more

Palmyra fight between neighbors leads to multiple charges and arrests

A pair of Palmyra residents were arrested after a neighbor dispute, according to deputies in Wayne County. Sheriff Barry Virts says that Niki Hanna, 40 of Palmyra and Sheldon W. LaVigne, 16, of Palmyra were involved in a neighbor dispute where it is alleged that Hanna illegally entered the residence of another and started a verbal altercation. Hanna was charged... more

Palmyra man charged with DWI after traffic stop

On December 3rd a 56-year-old Palmyra man was charged with driving while intoxicated after a traffic stop. Deputies in Wayne County say that Douglas A. Brooks, 56, of Palmyra was charged with speed in zone, improper signal, driving while intoxicated, and aggravated driving while intoxicated. Brooks was released and is scheduled to appear in Lyons Town Court at a later... more

Deputies: Two charged after fight between neighbors in Palmyra

Wayne County Sheriff’s deputies were called to Conifer Drive in Palmyra Friday night for the report of several people fighting in a parking lot. Investigators say 40-year-old Niki Hanna illegally entered another home and started an argument that then moved outside and became physical. Daily Messenger: Read More more

W-FL Tuesday: Midlakes tops Gananda, Lyons drops 92 & Pal-Mac loses home opener

There were four games on Tuesday night that involved Wayne-Finger Lakes boys basketball teams and all four contests were won by the visiting team. In Palmyra, the Red Raiders hit the court for the first time since coming up short against Newark at the Blue Cross Arena in the sectional Class B1 championship game in February. Pal-Mac hosted former Finger... more

Upstate Hoops Podcast Premiere: FL1 Sports live webcast schedule, W-FL Power Rankings & Girls Super Six revealed

FingerLakes1.com unveiled their 2016-17 live webcast schedule during the season premiere of the Upstate Hoops Podcast on Sunday night on FingerLakes1.TV. In addition to the live webcast schedule reveal, the FL1 Sports preseason W-FL Boys Power Rankings and Girls Super Six were released and a preview of the NYCC Tip-Off Classic, a quadruple-header set for next Saturday that will be streamed... more

UPDATE: Names released in three-vehicle rollover crash involving dump truck in Manchester

The Ontario County Sheriff’s Office has identified the individuals involved in this morning’s rollover crash involving a dump truck and two other cars. Deputies say that the accident happened around 6:44 am at the intersection of State Route 21 and Armington Road. Deputies, along with Manchester and Palmyra fire departments, as well as Finger Lakes Ambulance responded to the scene.... more

Former ExxonMobil site for sale in Wayne County

A complex that at one time served as headquarters for ExxonMobil’s Films Division is for sale. Jindal Films is selling the site at 729 Route 31 for $6.3 million. The sale is being handled by Pyramid Brokerage Company out of Perinton. Jindal obtained the 111-acre complex after purchasing ExxonMobil Chemical Co.’s global biaxially oriented polypropylene films operations in 2014. After... more

UPDATE: Palmyra man ID’d after being killed on Route 31

One person has died after being hit by a vehicle in Macedon Thursday night. The crash happened in the area of Alderman Road and Route 31. Police report that the victim was taken to the hospital and later died. Roads in the area are were closed late into the night. On Friday, authorities said that Wayne Grevell died in the accident,... more

Candidate for mayor in Palmyra arrested on felony charges

A Palmyra man, who happens to be running for mayor of the village he calls home – has been charged with multiple counts of falsifying business records, according to New York State Police. Officials say that David Husk, 58, of Palmyra was placed under arrest on Monday after allegedly altering time cards while employed at Breen’s Grocery Store. The arrest... more

New Birding Guide is offered by Wayne County Tourism

This unique guide was compiled by author and biologist, Susan Petersen Gateley, who has extensive experience locating birds in Wayne County. Laurie Dirkx, a local conservationist photographer, has contributed her favorite bird photographs and Montezuma Audubon Center’s Director Chris Lajewski also assisted with the new Wayne County Birding Guide. Read More Life in the Finger Lakes:  Read More more
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