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Why Upstate New York has the best BBQ chicken

Why Upstate New York has the best BBQ chicken
In 1950, Robert C. Baker, a professor at Cornell University, published Cornell Cooperative Extension Information Bulletin 862, which changed summer in upstate New York forever. Entitled “Barbecued Chicken and Other Meats,” the bulletin describes a simple vinegar-based sauce that can be used to turn broilers—chickens raised for their meat rather than their eggs—into juicy, delicious barbecue heaven. At the time,... more

Lyme vaccine being worked on, but doctors warn of other tick-borne diseases

Lyme vaccine being worked on, but doctors warn of other tick-borne diseases
These bugs are so small, we often don’t see them. And what some of them are carrying can be deadly. More and more people are getting Lyme disease, but doctors like Kris Paolino at Upstate Medical University warn that there are other tick-borne infections people should worry about. “The big one is anaplasmosis,” Dr. Paolino said. Anaplasmosis mimics the flu... more

First responders called to crash along 5&20 near Montezuma

No injuries reported after crash along 5&20 near Montezuma
First responders were called to a two-vehicle crash near the intersection of Route 90 and Clark Street Road. Ambulance crews were called to the scene, but no injuries were reported by first responders. Traffic was temporarily slowed around the incident, as crews worked to clear it. This story will be updated as more information becomes available. To have the latest... more

Firefighters called to shed fire in Cayuga County

Firefighters called to shed fire in Cayuga County
Firefighters were called to the scene of a shed fire in Genoa Saturday afternoon. The shed was a complete loss; and first responders from Genoa, Moravia and Scipio assisted. No injuries were reported at the fire. To have the latest updates, information, and headlines delivered to your smartphone or tablet – download the FingerLakes1.com App for Android and iOS. Follow... more

Syracuse football unveils new Nike uniforms

Syracuse football unveils new Nike uniforms
Bridging the rich tradition of Syracuse football to the present day has been a core principle of head coach Dino Babers’ approach to re-establishing the program. His initiative took another step forward Friday night when Syracuse unveiled its new uniforms for the 2019 season during “Orange Summer Kickoff” at Turning Stone Resort’s popular Lava Nightclub. Featuring custom design elements and... more

Seneca Falls presents as finalist for $10 million DRI grant

Seneca Falls presents as finalist for $10 million DRI grant
The Seneca Falls Development Corp (SFDC) announced that the Town of Seneca Falls was selected as a Finalist for the Finger Lakes Region’s $10 million Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) grant. On Thursday, the SFDC was given 30 minutes to present its application’s merits in front of the DRI selection committee of the Finger Lakes Regional Economic Development Council (FLREDC) at... more

Liverpool man part of group accused of stealing electronics from SF Walmart

Liverpool man part of group accused of stealing electronics from SF Walmart
Police say a 57-year-old Liverpool man was arrested on felony charges in Seneca Falls following an incident and investigation at the Walmart store located on North Road. Steven M. Kilgore, 57, was a member of a group who worked together to steal more than $2,000 worth of electronics from the store, according to police. Through investigation, police were able to... more

Police: Driver charged with DWI, possessed LSD during traffic stop

Police: Driver charged with DWI, possessed LSD during traffic stop
The Seneca Falls Police Department arrested a Maryland man on a number of charges – including DWI following a traffic stop on West Bayard Street. Jacob Dereamer, 24, was stopped by police after two moving violations were observed. During the stop it was determined that Dereamerr was operating the vehicle while intoxicated and while his driving privileges were suspended. Police... more

Gleyber steals show in Yanks’ 7th straight win

Gleyber steals show in Yanks’ 7th straight win
  Instinct spurred Gleyber Torres toward the middle of the diamond as he pursued a potential double-play ball in the eighth inning on Friday, executing a backhand snag. A split-second determination was made that the only possible play was to use the glove to flip the ball to Didi Gregorius. Torres executed flawlessly, and that dazzling twin killing came at... more

Doubledays best Scrappers in Mahoning Valley

Doubledays best Scrappers in Mahoning Valley
The Doubledays (2-5) kicked off their first trip outside of Central New York on a winning note, running away with an 8-1 victory over the Scrappers (5-3) at Mahoning Valley. After bringing in the first run of the game in the 2nd on a groundout, Adalberto Carrillo kicked off a three-run 5th inning by smacking a leadoff double. He made... more

McNeil makes All-Star case in Mets’ 5-4 win over Cubs

McNeil makes All-Star case in Mets’ 5-4 win over Cubs
The Mets have known what Jeff McNeil can do for almost a year now, and the rest of baseball is starting to learn, too. McNeil has been playing at a high level, and with his positional versatility, he has also given Mets’ manager Mickey Callaway more flexibility. “He always says that he can play any position. He thinks he can... more