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UPDATE: Auburn parking garage on restriction after weekend fire

Parking structure suffers damage, temporarily closed after downtown Auburn fire
Finger Lakes News Radio reports that restricted parking is active now after a parking garage fire in Downtown Auburn over the weekend. They note that the upper-levels of the garage are open to permit holders only. While the lower-level metered section is open. The Court Street parking lot is open; and street metered parking is available. During the weekend, The... more

USPS truck driver airlifted after serious crash in E. Bloomfield

USPS truck driver airlifted after serious crash in E. Bloomfield
A USPS truck driver was airlifted to Strong Memorial Hospital after a serious crash in East Bloomfield on Saturday. The crash happened around 3:30 p.m., according to State Police, who said the accident happened at the intersection of State Route 5&20 and Cannan Road. Troopers say the driver of the USPS truck stopped at the intersection, and failed to see... more

Too much tax on your home? Here’s how to challenge your assessment

Too much tax on your home? Here’s how to challenge your assessment
Assessment letters are out, and lots of you have reached out to say you are unhappy with your property tax rates. If you want to challenge your assessment, here are the steps. May 28th (the fourth Tuesday in May) is New York Grievance Day—it's the day when MOST towns will let you walk in and make your case. CNYCentral.com: Read... more

INSIDE THE FLX: Outreach to rural veterans, and moral injury (Part 2)

INSIDE THE FLX: Outreach to rural veterans, and moral injury (Part 2)
Moral injury is defined as damage done to a person’s conscience or moral compass when that individual perpetrates, witnesses, or fails to prevent acts that transgress one’s own moral beliefs, values, or ethical codes of conduct. It’s complicated. Dr. Marek Kopacz, of the VA Center of Excellence for Suicide Prevention is one of the researchers working to understand moral injury... more

60th annual Apple Blossom Parade in Wayne County

60th annual Apple Blossom Parade in Wayne County
The 60th annual Apple Blossom Parade kicked off in Williamson on Saturday afternoon. This is the longest continuously running festival in all of New York and is one of the biggest parades in western New York. The lineup for the parade began at Willamson Middle School. This year's parade theme was favorite things. RochesterFirst.com: Read More more

Le Moyne lacrosse drops OT decision in NCAA semi

Le Moyne lacrosse drops OT decision in NCAA semi
The Merrimack lacrosse team unearthed some dramatic, last-second momentum in regulation on Saturday and then made sure not to slow that roll in overtime. Merrimack’s Christian Thomas scored 29 seconds into the extra period push the Warriors to a 15-14 win over Le Moyne College in a Division II NCAA Tournament semifinal game. The win sends the defending national champion... more