»

South Seneca Central School District mourning loss of freshman

South Seneca Central School District mourning loss of freshman
The South Seneca Central School District is mourning the loss of a 14-year-old freshman. District Superintendent Stephen Zielinski said that the district was ‘heartbroken’ by the news that freshman Ryan Sibley took his own life on Tuesday afternoon. “We are heartbroken tonight to share the news of the tragic death of Ryan Sibley, who took his own life this afternoon... more

FRESH TAKES w/ RUSSO & FELICE: Bat Flips, Pitcher Celebrations & Retaliation in MLB (podcast)

FRESH TAKES – LIVE NOW: Bat Flips, Pitcher Celebrations & Retaliation in MLB (podcast)
This week, the unwritten rules of Major League Baseball. Bat flips after home runs, pitcher celebrations and retaliations throughout the baseball season will be discussed by Paul Russo & Nick Felice. Also, NFL Draft talk and the latest in the NBA and NHL play-offs. . more

Judge: Dean’s statements inadmissible in double-murder trial

Judge: Dean’s statements inadmissible in double-murder trial
The former police chief charged in a double murder in Sodus was back in court Tuesday — where a judge ruled that statements he had made to law enforcement officials are inadmissible at trial. Tim Dean — an ex-officer from Sunray, Texas — is accused of shooting and killing Josh Niles (his wife’s ex) and Niles’ fiancee Amber Washburn. The... more

As Lake Ontario Water levels continue to rise, neighbors fearful of more flooding

As Lake Ontario Water levels continue to rise, neighbors fearful of more flooding
Every time Gayle Wang looks outside, she sees a daily reminder of what once was. “This was all grass here. It was beautiful," she said pointing to her lawn. "Now it’s all destroyed.” Wang has called Edgemere Drive in Greece her home for more than 30 years. “I love the lake," she said. "I’m a lake person. I’ve always been... more

Permit for Woodstock 50 under review

Permit for Woodstock 50 under review
Tickets have not yet gone on sale for Woodstock 50 with no clear answers on the delay. The festival organizers were reportedly putting the tickets up for sale on April 22, marking Earth Day. However, on the day in question, the event’s website still said ‘coming soon’ with no information released by organizers as to what caused the delay. News10NBC... more

Wayne County rolls out text-to-911 service

Wayne County rolls out text-to-911 service
The Wayne County 911 Center is now accepting text messages in the case of an emergency when calling is not possible. The slogan for their newly added text-to-911 service is “call when you can, text when you can’t.” Four major wireless carriers including AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon are all delivering text messages to 911. Customers can now send a... more

William LeVea seeks parole for the 6th time while serving sentence for deadly Cato wreck

William LeVea seeks parole for the 6th time while serving sentence for deadly Cato wreck
William LeVea is trying for his sixth time to get released early from prison, for an alcohol-fueled road-rage killing in 2009. LeVea chased 41-year-old Christopher Spack in Cato for miles, repeatedly ramming his SUV into Spack's truck until Spack spun out and was sent careening into the path of another truck. Spack died in the crash. LeVea is serving 6... more

2019 Seneca7 relay around Seneca Lake is set for Sunday (media guide)

2019 Seneca7 relay around Seneca Lake is set for Sunday (media guide)
The 2019 Seneca7 relay race will attract 2,380 runners from across Central and Upstate NY on this coming Sunday, April 28. This is the Seneca7’s ninth year. This year will feature 340 seven-member relay teams running a total of 77.7 miles around Seneca Lake. The event begins Sunday at 6 AM in downtown Geneva, with the start staged in waves... more

Wayne County sergeants showed body cam video at party

Wayne County sergeants showed body cam video at party
A Christmas party was held inside the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office where video from body-worn cameras was used for the entertainment of the deputies. It happened the day after Christmas. A News 10NBC investigative reporter was tipped off about the party last week and on Monday, Wayne County Sheriff Barry Virts confirmed two of his sergeants resigned prior to disciplinary... more

Canandaigua’s green efforts rewarded

Canandaigua’s green efforts rewarded
The city may have earned the bronze-level designation as a Climate Smart Community for projects such as a solar-power array, electric vehicle charging station, composting program and others. With bronze under their belt, city officials believe they are well on their way to silver and perhaps, gold, as several other projects — such as brownfield development work — are well... more

Liverpool man sentenced for raping teen in Weedsport

Liverpool man sentenced for raping teen in Weedsport
Wesam Aziz will spend six months in jail and 10 years on probation for raping a teenager in 2017. In January, Aziz, of Liverpool, pleaded guilty to second-degree rape, a class D felony, for having sex with a 13-year-old girl in Weedsport in October 2017. He was 20 at the time. When originally charged in May, he also faced charges... more

Public hearing for possible changes to term limits, lengths in Cayuga County

Cayuga County Legislature sets public hearing for possible changes to term limits, lengths
The Cayuga County Legislature on Tuesday approved a public hearing for a local law to temporarily change term lengths, a first step in the process to prepare for possible redrawing and reapportioning of legislative districts. Based on the results of the upcoming 2020 U.S. Census, the Legislature will likely be required to redraw districts and reapportion the points each legislator... more

Roundtable on mental health services in the Finger Lakes held in Penn Yan

Roundtable on mental health services in the Finger Lakes held in Penn Yan
Health professionals, stakeholders, and elected leaders gathered at the Yates County Auditorium on Monday for a discussion on the long- and short-term plan to address mental health in the Finger Lakes. Dundee School Superintendent Kelly Houck recently brought to the attention of public officials the lack of resources available to help children and families in the district that might be... more

Police: Geneva man possessed cocaine, intended to sell it

Police: Geneva man possessed cocaine, intended to sell it
The Geneva Police Department reports the arrest of a 49-year-old Geneva resident following a narcotics investigation. On Sunday at approximately 5:57 p.m. police arrested Erwin L. Wineglass, 49, of Geneva on a felony criminal possession of a controlled substance charge. Police say that he was held without bail due to previous convictions. They report that after being detained pending a... more

Wheeler fans 11 as Mets rout Phils at Citi Field

Wheeler fans 11 as Mets rout Phils at Citi Field
  When Zack Wheeler managed to put it all together — to really, truly put it all together — down the stretch last season, the result was the type of dominance long expected from the former first-round pick. At his best, Wheeler can throw five electric pitches, from a four-seam fastball that hits triple digits to a hammer curve and... more

Rep. Reed announces $455K for Geneva Housing Authority

Rep. Reed announces $455K for Geneva Housing Authority
Rep. Tom Reed announced a $455,000 grant from the Department of Housing and Urban Development to provide the Geneva Housing Authority with funding to develop, repair, and improve affordable housing in the area. “We care about ensuring our friends and neighbors have fair access to quality housing,” Reed said. “This grant enables the Geneva Housing Authority to make renovations to... more
1 2 3