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Penn Yan man charged with assault after punching woman during domestic incident

Penn Yan man charged with assault after punching woman during domestic incident
The Penn Yan Police Department reports the arrest of a 37-year-old Stark Avenue resident on felony charges following a violent domestic incident in the village on Monday. Brian Thompkins, 37, of Penn Yan was charged with aggravated family offense, third-degree assault, two counts of endangering the welfare of a child, and harassment. He was charged after an argument with a... more

Pregnant woman sent to hospital after being punched in the stomach repeatedly by Penn Yan man

Pregnant woman sent to hospital after being punched in the stomach repeatedly by Penn Yan man
A Penn Yan man was arrested on a variety of charges after a violent incident in the village this week. Andrew Cranmer, 36, of Elm Street is accused of striking a pregnant woman in the stomach multiple times during a domestic assault. Police say the victim was complaining of pain and bleeding by the time they arrived, and had to... more

Officials: Stay home if you’re a second home owner in Yates County

Officials: Stay home if you’re a second home owner in Yates County
As part of the effort to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the Chairman of the Yates County Legislature, Douglas Paddock, is asking tourists and second home owners to follow state and federal mandates that people stay home until they get past the pandemic. “Yates County welcomes its seasonal residents and visitors. In normal times, the county’s emergency services... more

Officials: Corning resident with COVID-19 staying in Penn Yan

Officials: Corning resident with COVID-19 staying in Penn Yan
Last weekend it was reported that one of the positive tests for COVID-19 or the Novel Coronavirus was living in Yates County. At least that’s what popped up on social media. However, public health officials in Steuben County are clearing that up. They spoke with Finger Lakes News Radio about the specifics of that case, as well as the process... more

Penn Yan, Dundee schools shut down as COVID-19 outbreak creates concern

Penn Yan, Dundee schools shut down as COVID-19 outbreak creates concern
School is out for several weeks in Yates County. Officials with the Penn Yan and Dundee school districts thanked the community for their patience as they worked through the quickly-evolving situation with COVID-19, or the Novel Coronavirus. “Although there have been no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Yates County, we have been advised that temporarily closing schools would be the... more

Penn Yan falls to Dansville in Class B State Play-In game

Penn Yan falls to Dansville in Class B State Play-In round
The Penn Yan Lady Mustangs basketball season came to an end on Tuesday night as they fell 63-43 to the Dansville Mustangs at Haverling High School in Bath in the Section V Class B NYSPHSAA Play-In game.. Dansville absolutely dominated Penn Yan in the first half holding Coach Katrina Davenport’s girls to just 5 points in the first quarter and... more

Supporters call Penn Yan midwife case a travesty, modern day witch-hunt

Second person charged in Penn Yan midwife case
Supporters of the Yates County midwife facing more than 90 charges are calling it a 'modern day with hunt'. “With two arrests, New York state has made the maternity care crisis even worse,” Elizabeth Catlin said in a brief statement, reported by the Finger Lakes Times. “We desperately need to have a choice — a better choice. This is a... more

Penn Yan rolls past Avon to win B2 Sectional Championship

Penn Yan rolls past Avon to win B2 Sectional Championship
The Penn Yan Mustangs rolled past the Avon Braves 55-39 to capture the Class B2 Sectional Championship at Gates-Chili High School on Saturday afternoon. The Mustangs never trailed in this game, but it was just a seven-point game at the break. Penn Yan really dominated the second half and held Avon to just 14 points in the final two quarters... more

CHAMPIONSHIP SATURDAY: Pal-Mac, Penn Yan & Lyons girls in Sectional Championships games (Radio Replay)

CHAMPIONSHIP SATURDAY: Pal-Mac, Penn Yan & Lyons girls shoot for Sectional Championships today (Listen Live)
Championship Weekend rolls on here at FingerLakes1.com with three Wayne-Finger Lakes girls teams competing for a Sectional Block this afternoon and tonight at Gates-Chili High School. First, the Pal-Mac Red Raiders face the Dansville Mustangs  (Jim Sinicropi & Tane Robinson on FL1 Radio @ 12:50 pm), then the Penn Yan Mustangs tangle with Avon (Lucas Day on WFLR @ 3:00... more

CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND: Full live coverage of our Wayne-Finger Lakes boys & girls basketball teams at the Blue Cross Arena & Gates-Chili (Broadcast Guide)

CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND: Full live coverage of our Wayne-Finger Lakes boys & girls basketball teams at the Blue Cross Arena & Gates-Chili (Broadcast Guide)
On Friday night and Saturday, eight Wayne-Finger Lakes basketball teams will compete for a Sectional Title. FingerLakes1.com will be be providing live coverage of five Championship games from the Blue Cross Arena and Gates-Chili High School. Check our the full list of live broadcasts coming up this weekend on FingerLakes1.com and our local media partners: FRIDAY NIGHT AT THE BLUE... more

SECTIONAL WEDNESDAY REPORT: Lyons bests Clyde-Savannah in gritty battle; Wayne, Penn Yan boys & Red Jacket girls bow out in semis

SECTIONAL WEDNESDAY REPORT: Lyons girls pull away late to advance to finals; Wayne boys fall short
The semifinal round for the Section V boys and girls postseason high school basketball games wrapped up on Wednesday night and the Championship Weekend match-ups are set for the Blue Cross Arena, Gates-Chili HS and Letchworth. Eight Wayne-Finger Lakes teams are still alive in their quest for a Sectional Title and FL1 Sports will be live at each championship contest... more

Human rights proponent to speak at Keuka College

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Sister Helen Prejean, the human rights proponent whose efforts to abolish capital punishment were dramatized in the film “Dead Man Walking,” will deliver the College’s 32nd annual Carl and Fanny Fribolin President’s Forum Lecture. The event, which will be held on Thursday, April 30, at 5 p.m. in the College’s Norton Chapel, is free and open to the public. Sister... more

RADIO REPLAY: Section V Class B1 boys doubleheader; Penn Yan and Mynderse girls face-off in B2 (FL1 Sports)

Mynderse season on the line at Wellsville; Wayne hosts HF-L at the Eagle Nest
Section V Semifinal Week continues on Tuesday night with six Wayne-Finger Lakes teams competing championship game berths. Check out links to the live game streams on FingerLakes1.com and our local media partners. Settle in for another fantastic night of high school postseason basketball! CLASS B1 BOYS SEMIFINAL DOUBLEHEADER (FL1 Radio) #1 Geneva Panthers vs. #6 Hornell Red Raiders #3 Waterloo... more

SECTIONAL SATURDAY REPORT: FL East boys, Wayne County girls dominant Saturday

SECTIONAL SATURDAY REPORT: FL East boys, Wayne County girls dominant Saturday
There was a full slate of Section V boys and girls postseason high school basketball games on Saturday. Check out all of last night’s scores, updated brackets and the next slate of games below… BOYS SECTIONAL SCOREBOARD 2/29: 1 IRONDEQUOIT 64 8 CHURCHVILLE-CHILI 62 A1 BOYS In the first half, @keenanr33 returned from injury to dominate. In the second, @ITownHoops... more

LISTENER GUIDE: 19 Wayne-Finger Lakes teams still alive as Section V hoops semifinals set for Monday-Wednesday (FL1 Sports)

LISTENER GUIDE: 19 Wayne-Finger Lakes teams still alive as Section V hoops semifinals set for Monday-Wednesday (FL1 Sports)
Section V’s postseason tournaments roll into the semifinals round beginning Monday night and, so far, our Wayne-Finger Lakes boys and girls varsity basketball teams have had amazing success. On the girls side, Pal-Mac, Waterloo, Red Jacket, Mynderse, Penn Yan, Lyons, Red Creek and Clyde-Savannah have their title dreams alive as we head into March. For the boys, Red Jacket, Marcus... more

President Storey inauguration scheduled at Keuka for May 1st

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Commencement won’t be the only momentous day on the Keuka College calendar this May. The College has scheduled the inauguration of its 20th president, Amy Storey, on Friday, May 1st. President Storey, who was named to the office permanently in May 2019 after serving on an interim basis for 10 months, is the third woman to lead the 130-year-old institution. “President... more
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