Kelly Maher brings in 41 lb. catch during Carp Derby

Kelly Maher has been fishing in the Carp Derby since her dad took her out when she was 12-years-old. Ten years later, she landed a 41 pound, 7 ounce lunker that earned her first place and $500 in Waterloo Rotary’s annual event. And to top it off, she also weighed in a 37 pound, 1 ounce fish that captured third... more

GOLFJAY: 2018 U.S. Open Championship at Shinnecock Preview & Jason Moore of True Linkswear (podcast)

Preview the 2018 United States Open Championship which begins Thursday at Shinnecock Hills on the east end of Long Island. Discuss all the story lines and favorites as major championship golf returns to New York State and talk with Jason Moore of True Linkswear. .http://fingerlakes1.com/wp-admin/edit.php more

FLX Pride Festival sees glorious weather, strong turnout along Seneca Lake (video)

On Saturday afternoon at the northern tip of Seneca Lake – months of hard work paid off for organizers behind the Finger Lakes Pride Festival. Held near the newly-opened FLX Welcome Center along State Route 5&20 – hundreds turned out to show their support, and learn about the LGBTQ+ community. In an appearance on Inside the FLX earlier in the... more

Sheriff: Domestic incident leads to drug charges in Steuben County

Steuben County Sheriff Jim Allard says a 31-year-old Howard resident was arrested after a domestic incident in the presence of a child. Sheriff Allard says Robert A. Stehm, Jr., 31, was first charged with aggravated harassment and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child; and then charged with third-degree manufacturing methamphetamine, and seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled... more

Warning: NYS Police crack down on speeding, aggressive drivers during Speed Week

Slow down. That's the message state police are sending as they step up patrols during a statewide "Speed Week" campaign aimed at cracking down on speeding and aggressive drivers. "Our top priority, as with all traffic enforcement, is safety," state police Superintendent George P. Beach II said in a news release. "The public can do their part to keep our... more

Hornell man charged with DWI after crash

On Saturday, Steuben County Sheriff Jim Allard says a Hornell man was taken into custody after an investigation into a single-car crash on Buena Vista Road in Howard. Griffin M. Ellis, 35, was charged with driving while intoxicated, unregistered motor vehicle, unsafe start, and consuming alcohol in a motor vehicle. He was issued traffic citations, and deputies report that no... more

Police: Penn Yan man damaged property during domestic incident

The Penn Yan Police Department reports the arrest of a 34-year-old resident following a domestic incident. Police say Andrew L. Cranmer, 34, of Penn Yan was charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief after they were called to a reported domestic incident. Upon investigation it was determined that Cranmer damaged property inside the home without permission from the owner. He was taken... more

Exhibit of digital art by people with disabilities to open in Auburn

The Arc of Seneca Cayuga and the Cayuga County Chamber of Commerce will sponsor “Art in Public Places,” an exhibit of original digital works by artists with developmental disabilities. The exhibit will open from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, July 6, at the Arc’s Spot Light Studio, 39 Genesee St., Auburn. The exhibit will then be divided for showings in... more

New life for South Farmington Cemetery

Turns out there is life in the old rural South Farmington Cemetery site after all. The South Farmington Cemetery Association has new members, according to Donna Herendeen, who with husband Ron Herendeen are trustees. She serves as town historian while he is on the Town Board. And while in the beginning stages, a plan is being formed to save the... more

Helming successful in advocating for rural health initiatives in Albany

Senator Pam Helming announced that she successfully advocated for several rural health initiatives in the recently enacted New York State budget. These include increases in funding for Iroquois Healthcare Association’s “Take a Look” tours, as well as for Rural Health Networks and Critical Access Hospitals, to bring medical care to rural communities. “The beautiful rural communities that make up the... more

Chamber announces successful 2018 Chamber Cup Golf Tournament

The Geneva Area Chamber of Commerce hosted its 2018 Chamber Cup Golf Tournament, sponsored by Hobart and William Smith Colleges, on Wednesday, May 23rd. The event was held at Big Oak Golf Course in Geneva featuring an Americana theme and was attended by over 100 Chamber members, local representatives, and community partners. The winner of the 2018 tournament was Silver... more

Heritage Weekend at Historic Palmyra

WHEN: June 16, 10:30AM-4:30PM This NYS Path Through History Weekend, join Historic Palmyra in celebrating the vast history of Palmyra, NY. Join costumed docents as you explore the five museums on Historic Palmyra’s Trail Pass, beginning at the Palmyra Historic Museum, 132 Market St., Palmyra. Your tour will take you to the Palmyra Historic Museum, Erie Canal Depot, Palmyra Print... more
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