Day: August 14, 2019

FLX WEEKLY: Hypnotherapist Dani Turcotte in-studio & Jessica Lahr’s farewell show (podcast)

FLX WEEKLY: Hypnotherapist Dani Turcotte in-studio & Jessica Lahr’s farewell show (podcast)

Dani Turcotte is a hypnotherapist who is opening a business in Waterloo. She will be in-studio to help preview the upcoming August weekend in the Finger Lakes as Jessica Lahr says goodbye after 4 years of hosting FLX Weekly on FingerLakes1.com. ... MORE
Yankees breeze past Orioles, G

Yankees breeze past Orioles, Germán earns MLB best 16th win

There will be a crossroads in the Yankees’ future when Domingo Germán’s innings total demands attention, at which point the club’s braintrust will huddle behind closed doors to determine how best to deploy his electric right arm. Fortunately, they aren’t there yet ... MORE
New York Yankees, Sports
Auto Draft

Braves, Acuña Jr. sink Mets on Tuesday night

As Ronald Acuña Jr. continues to manufacture one of the most impressive seasons MLB has seen from a player 21 years old or younger, he has created reason to think Cody Bellinger and Christian Yelich will not be the only National League ... MORE
New York Mets, Sports
Suspicious death under investigation in Ontario County after body found along Rt. 96

One person charged, another in custody as Phelps homicide investigation continues

One charged, another in custody as homicide investigation continues. The Ontario County Sheriff’s Office has made an arrest as the homicide investigation in Phelps continues. Ontario Count Sheriff Kevin Henderson and Ontario County District Attorney James Ritts announced that one person had ... MORE
Sex abuse victims seek justice, apologies

Sex abuse victims seek justice, apologies

A day of reckoning has come for sex abuse survivors. Beginning Wednesday, victims of any age are allowed to file civil suits against their alleged abusers, thanks to a new state law known as the Child Victims Act. It erases the statutes ... MORE
New York State, News
Looking back at devastating Lodi flood one year later

Cleanup in Lodi continues one year after torrential rains and flooding

It was one year ago this week when some areas in the Finger Lakes region were devastated by torrential rains. No area was hit harder than Lodi on the east side of Seneca Lake. The condemned sign is still on the door ... MORE
Lodi, News, Seneca County
Sports Illustrated says Otto the Orange is the best college mascot in the ACC, #9 overall

Sports Illustrated says Otto the Orange is the best college mascot in the ACC, #9 overall

Sports Illustrated ranked Otto the Orange as the ninth-best college mascot of all time in their latest issue celebrating the 150th anniversary of college football. The ranking praises Otto for being “as sweet as the fruit he embodies.” Otto is the only mascot from ... MORE
Funeral set for State Police sergeant who died from 9/11-related illness

Funeral set for State Police sergeant, Auburn native, who died from 9/11-related illness

Funeral arrangements have been set for a State Police sergeant who recently passed away due to a 9/11-related illness. Sgt. Jeffrey Cicora, 54, of Baldwinsville, died Saturday after a long illness related to his assignment at the World Trade Center following the ... MORE
Auburn, Cayuga County, History, Life
AAA Western and Central New York is now hiring

AAA Western and Central New York is now hiring

AAA Western and Central New York have multiple job openings available for full-time roadside assistance drivers, contact center associates and driver training associates. They have been named one of the best places to work and one of the healthiest employers by Buffalo ... MORE
News
Auburn man who leases spaces for ‘Genesee Beer’ sign explains why some lights are out

Auburn man who leases spaces for ‘Genesee Beer’ sign explains why some lights are out

Mike Speno owns an iconic music store in Downtown Auburn, but he might be even better known for the “Genesee Beer” sign that sits four stories up. That notoriety comes with complaints. For 67 years, Speno’s family has leased the space to ... MORE
Auburn, Cayuga County, Life
Dana Balter violated campaign finance rules

Dana Balter accused of violating campaign finance rules; team says it was an oversight

The democratic candidate for Congress in the 24th district is paying back nearly $7,000 after the Federal Elections Commission notified Dana Balter’s campaign that the money she took as a salary was a violation of campaign finance rules. Candidates are not allowed ... MORE
Geneva Housing Authority (Billboard)
State education department rethinking Regents exams

State education department rethinking Regents exams

The Regents exams, believed to be crucial for students to get into college in New York State, could soon be on the way out. A commission put together by the education department will be reviewing the exams in the fall. The potential ... MORE
Education, New York State, News
City of Oswego waiting to see what comes of ‘REDI’ funding

City of Oswego waiting to see what comes of ‘REDI’ funding

The City of Oswego is waiting on New York State to see if it will receive funding to fix damage from flooding along Lake Ontario. Last week, City of Oswego Mayor Billy Barlow announced the City submitted a proposal for the state’s ... MORE
News, Syracuse Area
WROC-TV Channel 8 names new chief meteorologist to replace Stacey Pensgen

WROC-TV Channel 8 names new chief meteorologist to replace Stacey Pensgen

WROC-TV has a new chief meteorologist. Eric Snitil, who is currently a meteorologist at NBC affiliate WSFA in Montgomery, Alabama, announced the news last week. On Monday evening, WROC-TV (Channel 8) anchor Adam Chodak introduced Snitil during an evening news broadcast. An Ohio native, Snitil spent ... MORE
News, Rochester Area
Will Bob Morgan have enough money to pay back investors? Maybe, maybe not.

Will Bob Morgan have enough money to pay back investors?

Embattled developer Robert “Bob” Morgan may have enough money and assets to pay off those who dropped millions into investment funds he created, records show. Highlight the fact that he “may have” enough. The six funds, which Morgan created to help pay ... MORE