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Syracuse blows opportunities as #1 Clemson rolls to 41-6 win (full coverage)

Syracuse blows opportunities as #1 Clemson rolls to 41-6 win (full coverage)
The mistakes started early for the Syracuse Orange against the Clemson Tigers. And despite all of the self-inflicted wounds in the first half (65 penalty yards, drops, etc.), they were still down just 17-6 at the break and got the ball to start the third quarter. Syracuse would wind up losing 41-6, in a game that looked a lot more... more

FRESH TAKES: Previewing Clemson-Syracuse, NFL week one recap & NASCAR Playoffs (podcast)

FRESH TAKES: Previewing Clemson-Syracuse, NFL week one recap & NASCAR Playoffs (podcast)
After a shellacking in Maryland, Dino Babers and the Syracuse Orange host the defending National Champion Clemson Tigers in the Dome on Saturday. Paul Russo and Nick Felice talk all about it and recap the first weekend of NFL football, take a look at the stretch run in baseball’s regular season, and preview the NASCAR playoffs.  . more

KENNY’S 2 PENNIES: Clemson comes to the Dome & Cuomo putting motorist lives at risk (podcast)

KENNY’S 2 PENNIES: Clemson comes to the Dome & Cuomo putting motorist lives at risk (podcast)
This week Kenny Haas tries to comprehend the Syracuse loss at Maryland last week before Clemson comes to the Dome on Saturday. Also, the Buffalo Bills open with a win, Livingston County high school football looks tough, and Governor Cuomo is putting motorists lives at risk on the NYS Thruway past Buffalo. . more

Lodi Town Supervisor Lee Davidson involved in serious crash, remains in ICU

Lodi Town Supervisor Lee Davidson involved in serious crash, remains in ICU
FingerLakes1.com has learned that Lodi Town Supervisor Lee Davidson was involved in a serious car accident during a trip to see family. Town Councilman Paul Batman confirmed the reports, which began circulating around Seneca County on Tuesday. The crash took place over Labor Day Weekend, but both Supervisor Davidson, and his wife Mary, were in the vehicle. Batman says that... more

Six home runs was not enough for the Yankees as they fall to the Tigers

Six home runs was not enough for the Yankees as they fall to the Tigers
The Yankees hit a half-dozen home runs at Comerica Park. The Tigers had one extra-base hit until the ninth inning but batted around twice, and their 14th single Tuesday night was the game-winner. It was that kind of night at the ballpark hitters love to hate. While the Yankees slugged their way in front three times with stunning exit velocity,... more

Law enforcement officials fear impact of bail reform on opioid crisis

Law enforcement officials fear impact of bail reform on opioid crisis
Many law enforcement officials are concerned about the bail reform laws that are set to take effect in January, especially its impact on battling the opioid crisis. Under new state law, bail would be eliminated for misdemeanors and non-violent felonies across New York state. While advocates say the law is intended to make things fairer for those in poverty and... more

13WHAM’s Ginny Ryan to be honored by National Women’s Hall of Fame

13WHAM’s Ginny Ryan to be honored by National Women’s Hall of Fame
This week, 11 women will be inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame, including Jane Fonda and Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor. 13WHAM’s Ginny Ryan will also be honored during the 2019 induction weekend with the Keeper of the Flame Award. Since 2005, the Keeper of the Flame award has been bestowed upon deserving women within communities around the... more

Auburn asks for better algae toxin data

Auburn asks for better algae toxin data
The Auburn City Council passed a resolution Thursday asking the state to change its reporting procedures for toxins found in harmful algal blooms, reiterating a concern the council has raised since 2017. Currently, when reporting levels of microcystin, a toxin produced by some forms of the cyanobacteria that form harmful algal blooms, the state Department of Health does not disclose results... more

Ice cream-themed corn maze opens this weekend at Macedon’s Long Acre Farms

Ice cream-themed corn maze opens this weekend at Macedon’s Long Acre Farms
An a-maize-ing tradition in Macedon is returning this weekend. Long Acre Farms’ annual Amazing Maize Maze opens this weekend. This year’s maze takes on an ice cream theme. In addition to finding their way out of the maze, visitors can also search for hidden puzzle pieces that, put together, create a full map of the maze. The farm will also... more

SCP to hold auditions for ‘Odd Couple’

SCP to hold auditions for ‘Odd Couple’
Seneca Community Players announced today that they will hold auditions for their upcoming productions of both male and female versions of Neil Simon’s The Odd Couple on September 16 & 17. Seneca Community Players will be producing both plays simultaneously and they will run on opposite nights November 15, 16 and 17 and November 22, 23 and 24. This classic... more

Waterloo band set to march in Veterans Day parade in Big Apple

Waterloo band set to march in Veterans Day parade in Big Apple
Fundraising is winding down for the Waterloo High Marching Band trip to New York City to participate in the annual Veterans Day parade Nov. 11 down Fifth Avenue. The 85-member junior and senior high band has been raising money all summer to pay for the trip. The band was invited because it represents a community that is recognized by Congress... more
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