Day: February 21, 2020

W-FL AWARDS: Clyde-Savannah’s Cam Chance & Red Creek’s Izzy Wilbur share Player of Year honors (FL1 Sports)

2019-20 W-FL BASKETBALL AWARDS: Clyde-Savannah’s Cam Chance & Red Creek’s Izzy Wilbur share Player of Year honors (FL1 Sports)

The 2019-20 Wayne-Finger Lakes girls and boys high school basketball season came to a close on Thursday night. It was another exciting winter of high school basketball here on FingerLakes1.com and before we enter the postseason Sectional tournaments FL1 Sports is announcing ... MORE
‘MORE THAN A CHALLENGE’: Auburn schools faces difficult future if funding not fulfilled by New York

‘MORE THAN A CHALLENGE’: Job cuts, fewer programs, and uncertainty in Auburn as school funding issues persist

It wouldn’t be a stretch to call the Auburn Enlarged City School District’s financial situation a crisis. Officials in the district are working hard to maintain adequate levels of staff, without hurting taxpayers, and fulfilling obligations laid out by New York State ... MORE
Syracuse women top Clemson for fifth straight victory, 59-46

Syracuse women top Clemson for fifth straight victory, 59-46

With 1,592 fans in attendance, Syracuse used a 59-46 victory over Clemson Thursday night in the Carrier Dome to secure its fifth-straight victory and improve to 10-3 at home. The ninth consecutive win over the Tigers (7-20, 3-13 ACC) improves the Orange’s ... MORE
W-FL Thursday: Kenyon’s 40-point senior night explosion not enough to stop Mynderse

W-FL Thursday: Kenyon’s 40-point Senior Night explosion not enough to stop Mynderse (final league standings)

There were just two games on the final night of the regular season across the Wayne-Finger Lakes. On Senior Night in Ovid, South Seneca’s Matt Kenyon erupted for 8 first half three-pointers to open up a double-digit lead against visiting Mynderse Academy ... MORE
Bloomfield woman sent to Strong following rollover crash, found to be DWAI by drugs

Bloomfield woman sent to Strong following rollover crash, charged with DWAI drugs

On Wednesday at approximately 9:37 a.m. multiple departments were called to County Road 30 for a one-car rollover crash. Kathryn Kreger, 40, of Bloomfield was operating her 2008 Hyundai Elantra, traveling west, when she went off the roadway and struck a tree ... MORE
Police: Seneca Falls man took $5K for not-for-profit contract work he never completed

Waterloo man indicted by grand jury after not completing $5K worth of contract work for local agency

A Waterloo man was arrested on felony charges following an indictment by a Seneca County Grand Jury. Police say John Houck Jr., 46, of Waterloo was charged with third-degree grand larceny and first-degree falsifying business records. He’s accused of accepting $5,000 in ... MORE
Significant damage at Kegs Canalside after fire at popular country music venue

Significant damage at Kegs Canalside after fire at popular country music venue

On Thursday a little after 5 p.m. first responders were called to Kegs Canalside, a popular country music venue in Jordan. When firefighters arrived, they found heavy smoke and fire inside. “Crews got in there and found a decent amount of fire ... MORE
Fire, Life, Music, News, Syracuse Area
Judge orders severely autistic Yates County child back to school after vaccine ban

Judge orders severely autistic Yates County child back to school after vaccine ban

A Yates County child, who suffers from severe autism has been allowed to return to school, at least by the most-recent court order by Judge Dan Doyle. The Chronicle-Express reports that Thorn Schwartz, has been allowed to return to his special education ... MORE
Schumer secures $4.5M for Wayne County shoreline, seeks another $1.5M for Great Sodus Bay

Schumer secures $4.5M for Wayne County shoreline, seeks another $1.5M for Great Sodus Bay

More money is coming to Wayne County to deal with lakeshore flooding caused by high waters on Lake Ontario. Senator Chuck Schumer announced $4.5 million in funding to help restore the Charles Point barrier beach. It had been damaged by flooding along ... MORE
News, Politics, Wayne County
Former sub teacher from Penn Yan sentenced on child porn charges

Former sub teacher, Penn Yan resident will go to prison over child porn charges

A former substitute teacher from Penn Yan will spend two years in prison following a guilty plea in federal court. Jeffrey Maciejewski, 26, was sentenced to two years in prison, and five years post-release supervision. He was arrested following an investigation in ... MORE
Courts, News, Penn Yan, Yates County
Fribolin Farm goes up for sale in Geneva as HWS preps to unload property

Fribolin Farm goes up for sale in Geneva as HWS preps to unload property

– By Gabriel Pietrorazio A local farm is up for sale. 56 White Springs Lane, better known as the Fribolin Farm which is owned by Hobart and William Smith Colleges has recently appeared on the market, or at least portions of it ... MORE
Geneva, News, Ontario County
Advocates rally behind Medical

Growing support across NYS for Medical Aid in Dying Act

Compassion & Choices, a non-profit organization has been coordinating to pass the Medical Aid in Dying Act that will be voted upon in Albany this spring. New York Campaign Director Corinne Carey connects with FingerLakes1.com to speak about her organization’s mobilization of ... MORE
THE DEBRIEF: Sludge proposal, school funding, and your questions answered (podcast)

THE DEBRIEF: Sludge proposal, school funding, and your questions answered (podcast)

This week it’s all about YOUR questions. We’ve been collecting reader and listener questions for the last two weeks on Facebook and Twitter. Now, those questions are being broken down on Episode #62 of the Debrief Podcast. Josh Durso and Ted Baker ... MORE
SPORTSBOOK CONFIDENTIAL: Buying Out of a Bad Position (podcast)

SPORTSBOOK CONFIDENTIAL: Buying Out of a Bad Position (podcast)

In today’s episode, John Sullivan explains how you can reduce an expected loss on a misguided wager. He also handicaps the weekend in sports including Friday NHL, XFL week 3 and NASCAR in Las Vegas.  ... MORE
THE LOVING CUP: Stephanie Crockett & Matthew Read (podcast)

THE LOVING CUP: Stephanie Crockett & Matthew Read (podcast)

Stephanie Crockett is the managing director and the voice and vision of Mower’s Energy & Sustainability group in Syracuse. Her husband, Mathew Read is a professor at LeMoyne College’s Communication & Film Studies Department. They are both in-studio with Katie MacIntyre today ... MORE