Day: September 19, 2019

Cargill Salt Mine, DEC accused of allowing pollutants to flow into Cayuga Lake

Cargill Salt Mine, DEC accused of allowing pollutants to flow into Cayuga Lake

An independent environmental monitor alleges pollutants were allowed to flow unchecked into Cayuga Lake from the Cargill Salt Mine in Lansing. Walter Hang, of Toxics Targeting, is accusing the salt mine operators and the New York Department of Environmental Conservation of allowing the flow of sodium ferrocyanide  into Cayuga Lake ... MORE
Auto Draft

Mixed use could be the future of Tom’s Mobil site in Canandaigua

Could there finally be an answer for Tom’s Mobil site in Canandaigua? It seems there is optimism on the horizon, at least according to local reports. The Canandaigua Messenger says that the former gas station could be the site of a $12 ... MORE
Congressman Tom Reed Collapses prior to Fox Business interview

Congressman Tom Reed says undiagnosed pneumonia led to collapse

Rep. Tom Reed says his collapse on Thursday afternoon was the result of an undiagnosed case of pneumonia. The Republican, who has represented parts of the Southern Tier, Finger Lakes and Western New York in Congress since 2010, had collapsed around 1:30 p.m. in ... MORE
News, Politics
W-FL High School Football Week #3 Scoreboard

W-FL High School Football Week #3 Scoreboard

Week 3 is set to begin Friday night. Check out the full slate of games below and check back here for the results throughout the weekend. Friday, Sep 20, 2019 Alexander Central 23 Clyde Savannah 6 Alexander Central Middle/High School ER/Gananda 34 Waterloo 12 East Rochester ... MORE
What will happen if you sleep too much

What will happen if you sleep too much

A person with more than recommended hours of sleep in a comfortable mattress can be rare in a society where hectic lifestyles cause everybody to suffer from sleep deprivation. However, it doesn’t discredit the reality that too much sleep can lead to ... MORE
Life
Investing in Property Upgrades and Affordable Housing in Seneca Falls

Investing in Property Upgrades and Affordable Housing in Seneca Falls

As the town budget is being drawn up for 2020, Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry has requested double the amount of funding that it received last year in order to undertake essential upgrades to the building. Next year sees the 100th anniversary ... MORE
Business, News
Littlejohn & Barbi Orthodontics (Billboard)
Casino review of Mr. Bet

Casino review of mr.bet

Are you a fan of slot games? Do you love online jackpot games from the very best software provider in the industry? Want to play in a casino with all the right perks? Then mr.bet is your plug. Here is your chance ... MORE
Life
Dog stabbed to death in Newark; authorities try to determine if charges are warranted

Dog stabbed to death in Newark; authorities try to determine if charges are warranted

A dog was stabbed to death in Newark on Tuesday night. The man who did it has admitted to it, saying he felt like his dog’s life was on the line. The Newark Police department is investigating and in talks with the ... MORE
Newark, News, Wayne County
Deputy Scott Walters found not guilty of all charges

Tompkins Deputy Scott Walters found not guilty of all charges in rape trial

A jury has acquitted Tompkins County Sheriff’s Deputy Scott Walters of all charges, including rape and sexual abuse. Walters, 34, was indicted on charges of first-degree rape and sexual abuse, and the jury also considered attempted rape. He was originally charged in ... MORE
Courts, News, Tompkins County
Yankees fall 3-2 to Angels

Yankees fall 3-2 to Angels

The ideal script for the Yankees to celebrate their first American League East title since 2012 would have included CC Sabathia pitching well, Giancarlo Stanton delivering a big hit in his return from the injured list and a splendid bullpen performance. However, ... MORE
New York Yankees, Sports
Bag ban: Wegmans shoppers begin adjusting to no plastic bag policy

Bag ban: Wegmans shoppers begin adjusting to no plastic bag policy

For Grace Hitchcock, making the switch made sense. “It’ll hold and not tear apart,” she said of her reusable bag. Hitchcock and other customers at the Corning Wegmans must now bring their own reusable shopping bags. In late July, it was one ... MORE
News
The new ban on e-cigarettes faces backlash

The new ban on e-cigarettes faces backlash

There has been push back across the state, after the Public Health and Planning Council passed the governor’s emergency action, to ban the sale of flavored e-cigarettes. The ban aims to prevent young people from using e-cigarettes, but many vape shop owners ... MORE
Health, New York State, News
Governor Cuomo signs legislation that extends the statute of limitations surrounding rape cases

Governor Cuomo signs legislation that extends the statute of limitations surrounding rape cases

Governor Andrew Cuomo, was joined by leaders of the TIME’S UP movement and NOW-NYC on Wednesday when he signed legislation, which extends the statute of limitations for rape victims. The changes include an increase to 20 years for rape in the second ... MORE
New York State, News, Politics
Deputies to use iPads when responding to mental health crisis calls in Ontario County

Deputies to use iPads when responding to mental health crisis calls in Ontario County

Law enforcement agencies are responding to more mental health calls than ever before. The Ontario County Sheriff deputies in the field are using I-pads as a tool to consult with mental health practitioners when they respond to those types of calls. According ... MORE
News, Ontario County
WHEC-TV anchor Pat Taney, others leaving station

WHEC-TV anchor Pat Taney, others leaving station

Last month, WHAM-TV (Channel 13) lost two key members of its Good Day Rochester team, when Norma Holland and Jennifer Johnson, longtime anchors of the morning show, announced they were leaving the ABC affiliate for jobs outside television. But things are in flux at WHEC-TV (Channel 10), too. Two familiar faces left ... MORE
News, Rochester Area