Day: November 14, 2019

Crunch come up short to Amerks, 4-3

Crunch come up short to Amerks, 4-3

The Syracuse Crunch rallied back from a two-goal deficit, but fell to the Rochester Americans, 4-3, tonight at Blue Cross Arena. Ross Colton and Alex Barre-Boulet both contributed a pair of assists, while Taylor Raddysh, Danick Martel and Cameron Gaunce found the back ... MORE
Deputies: Geneva man wanted in Connecticut on sex assault charge will be extradited

Deputies: Geneva man wanted in Connecticut on sex assault charge will be extradited

Deputies say that a 28-year-old Geneva man, who was in the process of being released from the Ontario County Jail – was taken back into custody after a warrant for his arrest on sex assault charges was discovered. Joshua Davila-Alvarado, 28, of ... MORE
RealEats scores $1M prize in Grow-NY

RealEats scores $1M prize at Food & Ag Summit in Rochester

Geneva Company Wins Top Prize – By Gabriel Pietrorazio RealEats America in Geneva was selected as the inaugural Grow-NY competition first prize $1 million winner at the two-day Food & Ag Summit held in Rochester on Wednesday, November 13th. Grow-NY is a ... MORE
Geneva enacts stricter penalties for failing to shovel sidewalks

Geneva enacts stricter penalties for failing to shovel sidewalks

As the snow starts to fall, neighbors and business owners in the City of Geneva are facing a tighter window to get all that snow cleared off the sidewalks, or, face a steep penalty. It’s part of a new ordinance the city ... MORE
Geneva, News, Ontario County
Lawmaker calls for feds to examine rising cable bills

Lawmaker calls for feds to examine rising cable bills

Have you noticed your cable bill going up? A lawmaker continues his push to turn up the heat on Charter Communications, Spectrum’s parent company. U.S. Representative Anthony Brindisi has been asking the federal government to look into the company’s price hikes and business ... MORE
EMT shortage threatening ambulance service in rural areas and small towns

EMT shortage threatening ambulance service in rural areas and small towns

The ambulance services in small towns and rural communities across the nation are facing big problems when it comes to staffing. According to the chairman of the board for Dryden, New York’s ambulance service Bill Ackroyd, not having enough volunteers, is a ... MORE
New York State, News
New Yorkers leading the nation in lung cancer survival rates

New Yorkers leading the nation in lung cancer survival rates

Some good new when it comes to lung cancer treatment. A lot of it seems to be working. A new reports shows more people are surviving the disease with New York leading the nation in five-year survival rates. Lung cancer is the ... MORE
Health, New York State, News
Cuomo says Upstate NY is booming, but report paints clearer picture

Cuomo says Upstate NY is booming, but report paints clearer picture

Governor Andrew Cuomo has touted his administration’s efforts for local economies in upstate New York — arguing both jobs and businesses are returning. “All the arrows are pointed up. It is undeniable progress. You see it, you feel it. All the numbers ... MORE
New York State, News, Politics
Bob Dylan returns to Ithaca College

Bob Dylan returns to Ithaca College

On Sunday night, Bob Dylan and His Band will return to Ithaca after a six-year hiatus to perform at Ithaca College’s Athletics and Events Center. One of the most influential performers in the history of pop music, the 78-year-old Dylan has released ... MORE
Ithaca, Life, Music, Tompkins County
Galens Pharmacy officially closes in Clyde

Galens Pharmacy officially closes in Clyde

The village’s mayor hopes another drug store will come to Clyde following the closure of its longtime pharmacy. Kinney Drugs, based in Gouverneur, N.Y., announced it has taken over the prescription records for Galens Pharmacy, which has served Clyde and parts of ... MORE
Business, Clyde, News, Wayne County
NY proposal aims to consolidate ‘outdated’ court structure

NY proposal aims to consolidate ‘outdated’ court structure

Lawmakers are considering a proposal that would consolidate New York trial courts by amending the state constitution. Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence Marks says New York has the most “complicated, inefficient, outdated” trial court structure in the nation. Marks made the comments Wednesday ... MORE
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Canandaigua could see increase in taxes in upcoming spending plan

Canandaigua could see increase in taxes in upcoming spending plan

As of now — with less than a month before a 2020 spending plan is adopted — the proposed city of Canandaigua budget calls for a 9.5 tax levy increase. City Manager John Goodwin’s proposed $15,848,979 budget shows an increase of 3.43 ... MORE
Sen. Helming blasts criminal justice reforms set to rollout on January 1st

Sen. Helming blasts criminal justice reforms set to rollout on January 1st

“Commit the Crime? You Won’t Have To Do the Time or Pay the Fine” – By State Sen. Pam Helming (R-54) Have you visited a store or shopping mall recently? If so, you have probably noticed seasonal displays and holiday music filling ... MORE
Police: Newark man sold ‘large quantity’ of cocaine in Canandaigua

Police: Newark man sold ‘large quantity’ of cocaine in Canandaigua

The Canandaigua Police Department reports the arrest of a 27-year-old Newark resident as part of an ongoing drug investigation. Police say Joshua Richardson, 27, of Newark was charged with third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance, a felony. Richardson is accused of ... MORE
New York lawmakers propose one year delay on bail reform

New York lawmakers propose one year delay on bail reform

“Have them stand in our shoes, our family’s shoes for one day, and I can guarantee you they’d have a different perspective,” said Mike Stewart. Holding the ashes of their teenage son, Mike and Regina Stewart share their concern over new bail ... MORE
New York State, News, Politics