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FLX WEEKLY: Cooling off for your October weekend ahead (podcast)

FLX WEEKLY LIVE AT 12:30 PM: Cooling off for your October weekend ahead (podcast)
Join Jessica Lahr, Sydney Roger, Josh Durso and Jim Sinicropi inside the FingerLakes1.com Studios for a look at your October weekend ahead in the Finger Lakes. See just how cold it will get and learn about some great autumn events to fill out your weekend plans. Also, the local weekend sports outlook and our top local photos from around the... more

Limo company operator charged with criminally negligent homicide; additional charges possible

Limo company operator charged with criminally negligent homicide; additional charges possible
Investigators have charged Nauman Hussain, 28, with criminally negligent homicide in connection to the deadliest U.S. transportation crash in almost a decade. State police announced the charges at a news conference Wednesday afternoon. They say Hussain, who was running Prestige Limousine in his father’s absence, was issued written violations by New York State Police and the New York State Department... more

Watchdog group: Auburn DRI committee members could have conflicts of interest

Watchdog group: Auburn DRI committee members could have conflicts of interest
Half of all the members of the committee chosen to guide the city of Auburn through the Downtown Revitalization Initiative process could have potential conflicts of interests arise as these members also represent organizations with projects vying for a piece of the $10 million funding. The local planning committee is a board of 14 members who were selected by the... more

THE DEBRIEF: Unpacking the latest headlines in the Finger Lakes (podcast)

DEBRIEF LIVE AT 9 AM: Unpacking the latest headlines in the Finger Lakes
This week on the newly re-launched Debrief – hosts Josh Durso and Jackie Augustine talk about the changes coming to the now-weekly program exclusively on FingerLakes1.TV and FL1 Radio – as well as the latest headlines in the Finger Lakes. . This week’s show topics: What’s next in Seneca Falls? Cuts to services, a sharp increase in property taxes, or... more

Assemblyman Joe Errigo faces corruption charges; accused of accepting bribes

Assemblyman Joe Errigo faces corruption charges; accused of accepting bribes
Republican Assemblyman Joe Errigo was accused Wednesday by federal prosecutors of accepting thousands of dollars in cash bribes in exchange for introducing a bill at the behest of a lobbyist and an unnamed member of the state Assembly. Errigo was charged with bribery and wire fraud, making him the latest state lawmaker to face corruption charges in the scandal-plagued New... more

Mother takes plea deal in Seneca Falls murder case

Mother takes plea deal in Seneca Falls murder case
The mother of a 3-year-old Seneca Falls boy who died earlier this year took a plea deal Tuesday in Seneca County Court. District Attorney Barry Porsch told the Finger Lakes Times that Alison Bovio pleaded guilty to at least one charge in the death of her son, Panagiotis "Peter" Stephanides-Vacchino. However, Porsch said he would not be releasing more details... more

Nolan’s restaurant to reopen Monday in Canandaigua

Nolan’s restaurant to reopen Monday in Canandaigua
As work progressed at the restaurant site on South Main Street throughout the spring and summer, it seems as if a day hadn’t gone by when Mayor Ellen Polimeni wasn’t asked, “When is Nolan’s going to open?” The answer now is definite, with a scheduled opening to the public of Monday, Oct. 15. A ribbon-cutting ceremony is planned Friday, and... more

Bills sign QB Derek Anderson to mentor Josh Allen

Bills sign QB Derek Anderson to mentor Josh Allen
The Buffalo Bills did the expected Tuesday and signed veteran free-agent quarterback Derek Anderson to mentor rookie starter Josh Allen, but surprisingly they decided to go with three quarterbacks. To make room for Anderson on their 53-man roster, the Bills released safety Dean Marlowe, meaning they are keeping incumbent backup quarterback Nathan Peterman. BuffaloNews.com: Read More – Up next for... more

Landmark Society lists Geneva, Seneca Falls sites on revival list

Landmark Society lists Geneva, Seneca Falls sites on revival list
Historic buildings in Geneva and Seneca Falls are on the Landmark Society of Western New York’s 2018 “Five to Revive” list announced today in Rochester. The list includes Parrott Hall at 643 W. North St., Geneva, and the former National Yeast Co. building at 201 Fall St., Seneca Falls. This is the sixth year that the Landmark Society has come... more

Syracuse takes next step to create new Carrier Dome experience

Syracuse takes next step to create new Dome experience
This week, Syracuse University Athletics took another important step as it seeks to advance its multi-year plan to invest $118 million to create a new stadium experience on its main campus. On Tuesday, several Syracuse University representatives appeared before the City of Syracuse Planning Commission to formally present its roof replacement application. This latest action follows the University’s May 14... more

Yankees eliminated after 9th inning rally falls short in Game 4

Yankees eliminated after 9th inning rally falls short in Game 4
On the September evening that the Red Sox clinched the American League East title, Giancarlo Stanton stood in front of his Yankee Stadium locker and complimented his team’s blood rival, then quipped, “They can celebrate now. We’ve got time to celebrate later.” Boasting an intimidating lineup that established a single-season record for homers and a bullpen that ranked among the... more

Cayuga County Legislature moving into 2019 budget process

Cayuga County Legislature moving into 2019 budget process
A Cayuga County Legislature committee Tuesday approved the date for a public hearing on the county’s 2019 budget, signaling that the budget development process is beginning to move along in earnest. The Legislature’s Government Operations Committee approved holding a public hearing at 5:30 p.m. Nov. 27 in the Cayuga County Legislative Chambers to present the preliminary 2019 budget. The hearing... more

Paving work to begin on Rte. 54 in Yates

Paving work to begin on Rte. 54 in Yates
A single course asphalt overlay paving project on State Route 54 from G. Fullagar Road to the Steuben County line in the Towns of Milo and Barrington, Yates County, will begin Wednesday, Oct. 10. The paving project is anticipated to last approximately one week. Traffic will be maintained with a one lane, two-way alternating flagging operation. The public should expect... more

Boeheim talks Syracuse hoops, college basketball rules ahead of 2018 season

Boeheim talks Syracuse hoops, college basketball rules ahead of 2018 season
Ahead of the 2018-19 season, The Daily Orange sat down with SU head coach Jim Boeheim to discuss the upcoming campaign, his personnel and the new college basketball rules. Boeheim enters his 43rd season at the helm of his alma mater. The Orange, who have held practice for the past two weeks, tip off the season Nov. 6 against Eastern... more

Final day of summer heat: Temperature outlook will fast-forward to early-November

Final day of summer heat finally here; temperature outlook will fast-forward to early-November
One more day of summer-like heat. Wednesday will be much like Tuesday – as temperatures soar through the 80s and end up around 85 degrees for much of the region. South winds will pick up, bringing hot, humid weather to the region, but it will likely be the last day the region sees of this weather until next year. FLX... more

Syracuse basketball recruit Joe Girard III will announce college decision Sunday

Syracuse basketball recruit Joe Girard III will announce college decision Sunday
Syracuse basketball recruit Joe Girard III will announce his college choice on Sunday. Girard will announce his choice at 7 p.m. at the Queensbury Hotel in Glens Falls, according to an email sent by Glens Falls High School. The event will be open to the public. Syracuse.com: Read More 2019 CG Joe Girard III of Glens Falls & @TheCityRocks will... more
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