Day: December 7, 2019

Crunch fly past Rocket, 5-2

Crunch fly past Rocket, 5-2

The Syracuse Crunch put up four goals in the first period as they flew past the Laval Rocket tonight at the War Memorial Arena. Cory Conacher paced the team with two goals and an assist, while Peter Abbandonato and Chris Mueller earned two assists ... MORE
RIT shoots down Mercyhurst, 7-3

RIT shoots down Mercyhurst, 7-3

RIT sophomore forward Will Calverley (Scarborough, Ontario/Chilliwack Chiefs) totaled two goals and an assist while junior forward Alden Dupuis (Edmonton, Alberta/Bonnyville Pontiacs) and freshman forward Andrew Rinaldi (Pierrefonds, Quebec/Wellington Dukes) each scored two goals as the Tigers defeated visiting Mercyhurst, 7-3, in Atlantic Hockey action, Friday, at the ... MORE
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Cornell uses quick start to down Harvard, 3-1

Cornell uses quick start to down Harvard, 3-1

Playing against the nation’s top-scoring team in first periods, the Cornell men’s hockey team flipped the switch Friday night on Harvard. The Big Red used a dominating opening 20 minutes to jump ahead and eventually ride out a 3-1 victory in a ... MORE
Johansson earns first AHL shutout in 4-0 win over defending champs

Johansson earns first AHL shutout in Amerks 4-0 win over Marlies

Just two days after earning a 4-0 win over the Toronto Marlies, the Rochester Americans (15-3-2-2) duplicated the effort in shutting out the defending Calder Cup champion Charlotte Checkers (9-11-3-0) by the same score Friday at The Blue Cross Arena. The only ... MORE
Herons down Sagehens, advance to national championship game

Herons down Sagehens, advance to national championship game

The second-ranked William Smith College soccer team scored a pair of second half goals to defeat No. 8 Pomona-Pitzer 2-0 in an NCAA Division III Women’s Soccer National Semifinal match. With the win, the Herons advance to the national championship game for ... MORE
W-FL Friday: Geneva boys get first win of season; Red Creek girls start season 3-0

W-FL Friday: Geneva boys open with a win; Red Creek girls start season 3-0

The Geneva Panthers opened their season with an 18-point win over the Greece-Olympia Spartans. Geneva was pretty much in control the entire game. They never trailed and outscored Greece-Olympia in every quarter but the fourth. On the girls side, the Red Creek ... MORE
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Real tree or fake tree? Region weighs in on the debate as holiday season continues

Real tree or fake tree? Region weighs in on the debate as holiday season continues

The United States has been tackling a great debate this holiday season: Do you go for a real Christmas tree? Or a fake one? The Christmas tree debate pops up every year, but with an artificial tree going up in Clinton Square ... MORE
Life
Corrosion could be the cause of Sunoco canopy collapse

Corrosion could be the cause of Sunoco canopy collapse

A scary scene after the Sunoco gas station canopy collapsed that could have been much worse has people wondering, how could this have happened? Tim Everingham, the general manager of the Sunoco says, he thinks snow might be the cause. Joel Plumley, ... MORE
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Big changes in security coming to Destiny USA after Black Friday shooting

Big changes in security coming to Destiny USA after Black Friday shooting

In response to the recent shooting at Destiny USA on Black Friday, the mall, along with Onondaga County and the City of Syracuse, has announced a partnership with local law enforcement agencies. Effective immediately, there will be an increased presence of Syracuse ... MORE
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Group on cusp of saving plagued Canalside community in Lyons

Deplorable conditions at Lyons Canalside might finally be addressed after winter

After coverage of the Canalside saga, the State Department of Homes and Community Renewal got involved. They worked with non-profit Providence Housing as a possible candidate to come in take over ownership of the park. Providence provides affordable housing for the 12 ... MORE
Fight coming over part-time, contract, or ‘gig’ workers in New York

Fight coming over part-time, contract, or ‘gig’ workers in New York

If you have ever ordered an Uber or a Lyft on your phone, or had someone deliver you food through an app, you have participated in what’s known as the gig economy. Now, state lawmakers want to bolster labor rights for those ... MORE
Marijuana expected to be legalized in 2020 across NYS

Marijuana expected to be legalized in 2020 across NYS

The author of the Assembly adult-use marijuana bill says she believes the state will legalize in 2020 and likely during the budget process. Assembly Majority Leader Crystal Peoples-Stokes, D-Buffalo, said she met with the governor’s counsel in Albany this week. “It was ... MORE
GreenStar in Ithaca settles NLRB dispute at local co-op

GreenStar in Ithaca settles NLRB dispute at local co-op

GreenStar Cooperative Market and the Communication Workers of America filed an agreement with the National Labor Relations Board in an effort to settle a dispute between the company and its pro-union employees. The agreement, approved by the Region 3 director of the ... MORE
Seneca County IDA meetings will be streamed on public access TV

Seneca County IDA meetings will be streamed on public access TV

No more eating lunches or snacks during Seneca County Industrial Development Agency Board of Directors meetings. Seeing and hearing board members and staff eating or crunching potato chips won’t work when those meetings are being live-streamed online and televised later for broadcast ... MORE
Geneva City Council says goodbye, looks forward to 2020

Geneva City Council says goodbye, looks forward to 2020

Mayor Ron Alcock and six departing City Council members said goodbye Wednesday evening, paving the way for a new mayor and seven new council members come Jan. 1. Alcock and councilors Paul D’Amico, Jason Hagerman, Angelina Marino, Gordy Eddington, Mark Gramling and ... MORE