Day: December 10, 2019

The Crash Course Podcast streams episode #300 on Monday night in the FingerLakes1.com Studio

The Crash Course Podcast streams episode #300 on Monday night in the FingerLakes1.com Studio

On September 30, 2013, Chris Marquart debuted a new demolition derby focused podcast on FingerLakes1.com. On Monday night, over 6 years later, The Crash Course Podcast streamed their 300th live episode from inside the FingerLakes1.com Studios. Since 2013 Marquart and a rotating ... MORE
W-FL Monday: Camden Chance leads Clyde to a comeback win over C.G. Finney; East Rochester girls blowout Sodus

W-FL Monday: Camden Chance leads Clyde to a comeback win over C.G. Finney; East Rochester girls blowout Sodus

There wasn’t a ton of action across the Wayne-Finger Lakes boys and girls basketball leagues on Monday Night. However, there was a great game between the C.G. Finney Falcons and Clyde-Savannah Golden Eagles. Camden Chance led the comeback for Clyde which included a ... MORE
Yankees shopping J.A. Happ to clear payroll space for Gerrit Cole

Yankees shopping J.A. Happ to clear payroll space for Gerrit Cole

The New York Yankees are actively trying to trade left-hander J.A. Happ this winter, sources told Joel Sherman of the New York Post. Sherman suggests that New York is trying to move Happ in order to make room on the payroll for right-hander ... MORE
Chris Collins settles civil insider trading charges with SEC

Chris Collins settles civil insider trading charges with SEC

Former Congressman Chris Collins settled his civil insider trading charges with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Our Buffalo affiliate is reporting that if approved by the courts, Collins will be barred from serving as an officer or director of any public company. Collins ... MORE
Opioid overdose deaths are down in New York State for the first time since 2009

Opioid overdose deaths are down in New York State for the first time since 2009

Opioid overdose deaths are down in New York State for the first time since 2009 The number of deadly opioid overdoses dropped from 2017 to 2018. Since 2016, the state has added nearly 500 new treatment beds, and more than 1,800 opioid ... MORE
Health, New York State, News
Only three of the malls owned by Pyramid, who owns Destiny USA, have police substations

Only three of the malls owned by Pyramid, who owns Destiny USA, have police substations

Pyramid Management Group owns 14 malls across the northeast, three of which have substations for local police, according to an investigation by NewsChannel 9. Sangertown Square in New Hartford, Crossgates outside of Albany and Poughkeepsie Galleria have satellite offices for their local ... MORE
Lawmakers size up $6.1B budget shortfall, and how to make it up

Lawmakers size up $6.1B budget shortfall, and how to make it up

New York State is facing a $6.1 billion budget gap next year, and lawmakers now have a difficult choice: either raise taxes and revenue or cut spending to pay for it. The state medicaid shortfall is an issue New York Senate Majority ... MORE
NY state prison guard accused of harassing inmate’s girlfriend still has job

NY state prison guard accused of harassing inmate’s girlfriend still has job

A New York correctional officer accused of sexually harassing an inmate’s girlfriend is still on the job, even after the agency sought to fire him for making crude comments to the woman, brushing up against her and sending her unwanted emails. The ... MORE
New York State, News
Realizing a passion in Clyde

Realizing a passion in Clyde

When it comes to his painting, 84-year-old Harold Mann is just hitting his stride. Although he has dabbled in sketching and painting for much of his life, the anchor of Mann’s “golden years” has been his artwork. And it’s attracting a following ... MORE
Art, Clyde, Life, Wayne County
LOOKING BACK: Aqueduct facilitated canal travel in Seneca County

LOOKING BACK: Aqueduct facilitated canal travel in Seneca County

Have you ever been on a boat when it safely traveled on a “bridge” over another stream of water? That is what was true for many boats traveling on the “enlarged” Erie Canal between 1862 and approximately 1918. There were a total ... MORE
History, Life, Seneca County
Canandaigua Mayor Ellen Polimeni honored by Assemblyman Kolb, Senator Helming

Canandaigua Mayor Ellen Polimeni honored by Assemblyman Kolb, Senator Helming

Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb, R-131 of Canandaigua, joined State Sen. Pam Helming, R-54 of Canandaigua, in honoring outgoing Canandaigua Mayor Ellen Polimeni on Thursday, Dec. 5. The presentation took place at Polimeni’s last regular City Council meeting. Kolb presented Polimeni with ... MORE
Purple Heart recipients bond in the woods of the Finger Lakes

Purple Heart recipients bond in the woods of the Finger Lakes

When a roadside bomb struck Nicholas Vinogradov’s truck, the blast left him unconsioous with shrapnel in his hand and both eardrums ruptured, among other injuries. The Army veteran and Purple Heart recipient said despite his wounds suffered in combat, he has ways ... MORE
Life, Naples, Ontario County
Cayuga Health Team turns surgical wraps into blankets for those in need

Cayuga Health Team turns surgical wraps into blankets for those in need

A team of employees from Cayuga Health’s Neurodiagnostics Department have come up with a way to reduce waste and help those in need. “A hospital in Florida was utilizing surgical equipment covers to make sleeping bags for the homeless. So, we got ... MORE
Two hunters rescued from lake in Schuyler County after boat capsizes

Two hunters rescued from lake in Schuyler County after boat capsizes

First responders say two people had to be rescued from a small lake in Schuyler County after their boat capsized while duck hunting. They say the boat capsized between 1-1:30 p.m on Waneta Lake. First responders say witnesses helped rescue the hunters ... MORE
Macedon home that exploded ruled ‘structurally unsafe’ by engineers, exact cause under investigation

Macedon home that exploded ruled ‘structurally unsafe’ by engineers, exact cause under investigation

After firefighters were called to the home on Wilcox Road in Macedon last week following an explosion – engineers have ruled the it structurally unsafe. The homeowner, Debra Cali, 67, was home alone in a bedroom on the second floor at the ... MORE
Fire, Macedon, News, Wayne County