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WEBER THIS WEEK: FingerLakes1.com Offices/Studio moving this week & Fab Five hoops team reactions (podcast)

Join Harold “Web Dog” Weber and Jim Sinicropi for this week’s edition of Weber This Week on FingerLakes1.TV where they announce the move of FingerLakes1.com, Inc’s offices and studio starting in Thursday. Find out all the details and, after the break, listen to reaction of the Finger Lakes Times’ area high school basketball Fab Five boys and girls teams. more

WEBER: Joe Sposato & the Waterloo Athletics HOF Class of 2017 (podcast)

Join Joe Sposato live in-studio with Harold Weber with details on the Waterloo Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2017 that will be inducted later next month. Hear about this year’s inductees and find out how you can get your tickets to the special event. AUDIO ONLY VERSION: more

WEBER THIS WEEK: Seneca Falls Supervisor Greg Lazzaro in-studio (podcast)

On Monday afternoon, Weber this Week will featured Seneca Falls Town Supervisor Greg Lazzaro. Lazzaro joined Harold ‘Web Dog’ Weber in the FingerLakes1.com Studio in downtown Seneca Falls. The appearance was just days before the crucial Public Hearing on Local Law No. 2 of 2017, which would rescind the previously-passed Local Law No. 3 of 2016 — otherwise known as the... more

WEBER THIS WEEK: Chris Pulito, VP of Hospitality & Jeff Babinski, Executive VP of del Lago (podcast)

Chris Pulito, Vice President of Hospitality at del Lago Resort and Casino is joined in-studio by Executive Vice President and General Manager Jeff Babinski as guests on Weber This Week on FingerLakes1.TV. Watch the episode LIVE at 3:00 pm on Monday afternoon…   Watch the live stream on FingerLakes1.TV, the FingerLakes1.com YouTube Channel, or the free FingerLakes1.com iPhone or Android... more

Weber This Week: Jim Spina, Seneca Falls Rec Director on youth sports & basketball sectionals (podcast)

Seneca Falls Parks & Recreation Director Jim Spina is in-studio to talk about the upcoming Section V basketball play-offs and how youth sports contributes to the high school programs, overzealous parents at youth games and the Syracuse Orange basketball team. AUDIO ONLY VERSION: more

Weber This Week: Geneva’s La Mia Bella Sicilia owners in-studio (podcast)

Meet Tomas Gonzalez and his son Joe Gonzalez, owners of La Mia Bella Sicilia in Geneva. They were live in-studio as guests on the Weber This Week show on FingerLakes1.TV on Monday afternoon to discuss their new Italian eatery. Watch the full episode below… AUDIO ONLY VERSION: more

Weber This Week: Seneca Falls Police Chief Stu Peenstra talks Super Bowl & current issues his department faces (podcast)

On Monday morning’s Weber This Week show, Jim Sinicropi sits in for Harold Weber and welcomes Town of Seneca Falls Chief of Police Stu Peenstra in-studio to talk about last night’s Super Bowl, Syracuse basketball’s resurgence, and issues facing his department including the Seneca Meadows lawsuit that hit the news this weekend. Also, how del Lago Casino’s opening has impacted... more

WEBER: Nate Michaels of Clyde performs & del Lago Casino GM Jeff Babinski calls-in (podcast)

Local country musician Nate Michaels, of Clyde, performs two songs in-studio on Monday morning’s live edition of Weber This Week. Then, at 10:00 AM, del Lago Resort & Casino General Manager Jeff Babinski calls into the show to talk about the final preparations for the Grand Opening on Wednesday morning. Watch the full extended episode below… AUDIO ONLY VERSION:   more

Weber This Week: Meet Seneca County Emergency Management Director Melissa Taylor (podcast)

Newark native Melissa Taylor, director of Emergency Management and 911 for Seneca County, was in-studio as a guest on Weber This Week on FingerLakes1.TV on Monday morning to talk about her background and what has brought her to her current position since graduating from Lyons High School in 1999. AUDIO ONLY VERSION: more

Weber: Seneca Supervisors Lorenzetti & Churchill on IDA handling of former Army Depot sale

Seneca County Supervisors Cindy Lorenzetti and Steve Churchill return to the FingerLakes1.com Studios on Monday morning’s Weber This Week show where they discussed the County IDA’s handling of the former Army Depot sale and potential sales tax and del Lago Casino revenue sharing with the towns that comprise Seneca County…   AUDIO ONLY VERSION OF THIS EPISODE: more

Weber This Week: New Seneca Falls Town Councilmen Ferrara & Ruzicka in-studio (podcast)

On Monday morning’s live edition of the Weber This Week show on FingerLakes1.TV, the Web Dog welcomes the two newest members of the Seneca Falls Town Board, Tom Ruzicka and Lou Ferrara Jr., in-studio to talk about the issues facing Seneca Falls heading into their term. AUDIO ONLY VERSION: more

Weber This Week: Meet Frank Neborsky VP of Slots at del Lago Resort & Casino (podcast)

The countdown is on for the Grand Opening of del Lago Resort & Casino in Tyre on February 1st. On Monday morning’s Weber This Week show on FingerLakes1.TV, the Dog welcomes del Lago’s Vice-President of Slot Machines, Frank Neborsky, in-studio to talk about what area slot players can expect when the doors open. AUDIO ONLY VERSION: more

Weber This Week: Final show of 2016 with FL1’s Josh Durso in-studio

FingerLakes1.com’s Lead News Editor Josh Durso is in-studio with Web Dog for his final show of 2016 to talk about FL1’s expanding news coverage and what to expect in 2017. Also, a rundown of the entire staff at FingerLakes1.com, Inc.’s web development, hosting and digital media publishing businesses. Merry Christmas! AUDIO ONLY VERSION: more

Weber This Week: Jeff Rook on Saturday’s It’s A Wonderful Run 5K in Seneca Falls

Race organizer of the It’s A Wonderful Run 5K, Jeff Rook, was in-studio on Monday morning as a guest on Weber This Week to talk about this Saturday’s big 5K race in Seneca Falls that is expected to bring over 4,000 runners to town. Also in-studio, Jeff”s father Bob Rook and Katie MacIntyre, race director for the Women’s Right to... more

Weber This Week: Seneca DA Barry Porsch on Roger Barto appeal, 1986 Seneca Falls Kwik Fill murder

Seneca County District Attorney Barry Porsch is in-studio to talk about the recent cases being handled by his office including updates on the Roger Barto appeal and Holly Coomber’s attempts to gain a pardon in the 1986 Kwik Fill murder in Seneca Falls. AUDIO ONLY VERSION: more