Day: February 19, 2020

FRESH TAKES: Daytona’s wild Monday finish & NBA All-Star Weekend reaction (podcast)

FRESH TAKES: Daytona’s wild Monday finish & NBA All-Star Weekend reaction (podcast)

This week on Fresh Takes w/ Russo & Felice, a recap of the Daytona 500 which moved to a Monday finish and reaction to this past weekend’s NBA All-Star game and festivities. Also, the latest on the Astros sign-stealing saga, college hoops ... MORE
WEBCAST REPLAY: South-end rivalry renewed as Romulus visits South Seneca (FL1 Sports)

WEBCAST REPLAY: South-end rivalry renewed as Romulus visits South Seneca (FL1 Sports)

One of the best local rivalries in girls high school basketball renews on Wednesday night in Ovid as the Romulus Warriors invade the Jack Guinan Gymnasium to take on the South Seneca Falcons. Both programs have brought state championships back to the ... MORE
Wolcott sex offender failed to update address

Wolcott sex offender failed to update address

Deputies report the arrest of a 55-year-old Wolcott man man following his failure to update his address. Glenn Mattison, 55, of Wolcott was arrested on a sex offender registry violation. He’s accused of not changing his address with the registry after moving ... MORE
Lyons man charged with assault, burglary after breaking victim’s arm during confrontation

Lyons man charged with assault, burglary after breaking victim’s arm during confrontation

A 33-year-old Lyons man is in custody on assault and burglary charges following a violent incident in the town of Lyons on February 12th. The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of Richard Taft, 33, of Lyons following an investigation into ... MORE
Sabres fall to Senators, 7-4

Sabres fall to Senators, 7-4

Brandon Montour┬árecorded two goals and an assist, but the Buffalo Sabres fell behind at the end of the first period and weren’t able to claw back in a 7-4 loss to the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday. Montour put Buffalo ahead by a ... MORE
Buffalo Sabres, Sports
W-FL Tuesday: Geneva takes top seed in Class B1 with comeback win in Waterloo

W-FL Tuesday: Geneva takes top seed in Class B1 with comeback win in Waterloo

The Geneva Panthers picked up an impressive four-point road win over the Waterloo Indians on Tuesday night. The Panthers trailed by 8 points going into the fourth quarter, but then they outscored the Indians 24-12 to complete the comeback. With the win, ... MORE
ORANGE GAME DAY: Syracuse hits the road to face Louisville tonight (preview & info)

Syracuse gets pounded by Louisville, 90-66 (full coverage)

Louisville had too many weapons and too much physical strength for Syracuse. Louisville exerted its advantages in experience, size, depth and strength to hand Syracuse a 90-66 loss at the KFC Yum! Center on Wednesday night. It was the worst loss for ... MORE
FLX WEEKLY: Ann Heizmann & Mardi Gras Carnival at St. Mary’s in Auburn (podcast)

FLX WEEKLY: Ann Heizmann & Mardi Gras Carnival at St. Mary’s in Auburn (podcast)

Ann Heizmann of Meadeville Farm is in-studio to talk about this weekend’s Mardi Gras carnival at St. Mary’s Church in Auburn. Heizmann joins Sydney Rogers & Jim Sinicropi to preview the weekend ahead along with some great local photos from the past ... MORE
Seneca Waterways Council says

Seneca Waterways Council says bankruptcy won’t impact local programs

As Boy Scouts of America says it will file for bankruptcy – local officials say that process is best for the organization as a whole. “While it is premature for us to speculate on what the possible financial ramifications will be on ... MORE
County Administrator Flynn reflects on millions coming to Yates for broadband expansion

County Administrator Flynn reflects on millions coming to Yates for broadband expansion

Officials in Yates County are excited about the prospect of millions in funding for broadband expansion. Nonie Flynn, who was recently named permanent county administrator is no exception. Altogether $10 million in federal funds are on the way to help expand access ... MORE
News, Yates County
Gordmans holds grand opening ceremony in Penn Yan, Newark, and Geneva

Gordmans holds grand opening ceremony in Penn Yan, Newark, and Geneva

On Tuesday, Gordmans officially held its grand opening ceremonies. Locations in Penn Yan, Newark, and Geneva all opened officially. The stores had previously operated under the Peebles branding. High schools in all three communities received a check worth $1,000 from the retailer ... MORE
Bidding process underway for Waterloo street upgrades

Bidding process underway for Waterloo street upgrades

Officials in Waterloo want to see to it that several streets receive upgrades in 2020. The village is seeking bids for this summer’s water and road upgrades. There are two contracts up for grabs, as result of the pending work. One is ... MORE
Phelps tech company booming as growth continues into 2020

Phelps tech company booming as growth continues into 2020

Revenue is growing, jobs are being added – and things are going well for Z-Axis Inc., which operates in Phelps. They provide electronic design and contract manufacturing for high-tech companies. A recent feature by the Canandaigua Messenger looks at how business is ... MORE
Prosecutor says Yates man dies before trial because of state mandated bail reform changes

Prosecutor says Yates man dies before trial because of state mandated bail reform changes

Yates County District Attorney Todd Casella is blaming New York’s bail reform for a man’s death before trail for a series of burglaries that occurred in late-2019. Christopher Hearn, 35, of Rochester and Michael Carr, 34, of Macedon were charged in a ... MORE
Courts, News, Penn Yan, Yates County
Clifton Springs Hospital ditches fried food, moves cafeteria offerings into modern space

Clifton Springs Hospital ditches fried food, moves cafeteria offerings into modern space

Clifton Springs Hospital is taking a different approach to food. The campus got rid of its fryers and grills, which was a drastic move, according to officials. “Hospital food really should be reflective of what we want for our patients. We want ... MORE