Day: February 24, 2020

Crunch fall to Thunderbirds in overtime, 3-2

Crunch fall to Thunderbirds in overtime, 3-2

The Springfield Thunderbirds rallied past the Syracuse Crunch, 3-2, in overtime tonight at the MassMutual Center. Cal Foote and Taylor Raddysh built a two-goal lead for the Crunch before the Thunderbirds rallied back to tie the game and take the win in overtime. Syracuse picked ... MORE
Logano repeats as Pennzoil 400 winner at Las Vegas

Logano repeats as Pennzoil 400 winner at Las Vegas

In a final two-lap scramble that ended with a multicar crash on the frontstretch at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Joey Logano found a way to defend last year’s victory in Sunday’s Pennzoil 400 NASCAR Cup Series race. Logano sped away after a ... MORE
Motorsports, Sports
Protest lasts through weekend after demolition at Cayuga Nation property in Seneca Falls

Protest lasts through weekend after demolition at Cayuga Nation property in Seneca Falls

Over the weekend a standoff ensued on opposing sides of State Route 89 in Seneca Falls between the Cayuga Nation Police and members of the Cayuga Nation and supporters who protested in the aftermath of Saturday morning’s raid that led to the ... MORE
Southern Tier natural gas pipeline will not go forward

Southern Tier natural gas pipeline will not go forward

A four-year battle is over, and a controversial natural gas pipeline, which would have cut through the Southern Tier will not go forward. It would have been a 124-mile long pipeline that would have brought natural gas from Pennsylvania into the Southern ... MORE
Ultimate Blackjack Guide

Ultimate Blackjack Guide

Among the casino games, blackjack is perhaps the most popular one which is seen in lots of movies. There are multiple types of blackjack including online games, and a beginner will feel completely lost on any form of online gambling. Therefore, read ... MORE
Sports
House

House of Concern gets money for meals through Seneca Meadows donation

Seneca County House of Concern announced that it recently received a donation for 1000 meals from its ongoing partnership with Seneca Meadows, Inc. “Seneca Meadows continues to go above and beyond to help us all work together to build a better community ... MORE
Skeletal remains found in Livingston County thought to be

Skeletal remains found in Livingston County thought to be wanted David Morgan

The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office says the remains discovered over the weekend near Geneseo were likely that of a man who had been on the run for nearly two years. Sheriff Tom Dougherty says he’s inclined to believe that the body found ... MORE
News, Police Beat
Cayuga County Clerk Dwyer calls for compromise over Green Light Law data

Cayuga County Clerk Dwyer calls for compromise over Green Light Law data

Cayuga County Clerk Susan Dwyer raised concerns with the state’s “Green Light Law,” which was adopted and enacted. She appeared on Finger Lakes Morning News on Finger Lakes News Radio to discuss the issues surrounding the Green Light Law. Dwyer takes issue ... MORE
Supervisors could inch closer to approving economic development plan in Seneca County

Supervisors could inch closer to approving economic development plan in Seneca County

The Seneca County Board of Supervisors could finally approve an economic development strategy. It will require approval from the Planning, Development, Agriculture & Tourism Committee on Tuesday, though. The final vote would take place on March 10th, if approved by committee. The ... MORE
Waterloo school board could schedule capital project referendum at Monday meeting

Waterloo school board could schedule capital project referendum at Monday meeting

The Waterloo Board of Education will be asked to approve the scheduling of a referendum on a $1 million capital project for the middle school-high school, including replacement of athletic field lights and poles at Tom Coughlin Stadium. The Finger Lakes Times ... MORE
Proposed zoning change creates controversy ahead of Waterloo meeting

Proposed zoning change creates controversy ahead of Waterloo meeting

A proposed amendment to Waterloo’s zoning has drawn a lot of criticism over the last several weeks, and on Monday, a public hearing will take place. The Waterloo Town Board will meet to hold a session over the proposal, which will change ... MORE
Sabres acquire Simmonds from New Jersey

Sabres acquire Simmonds from New Jersey

The Buffalo Sabres have acquired forward Wayne Simmonds from the New Jersey Devils in exchange for a conditional fifth-round pick in 2021. Simmonds, 31, has 24 points (8+16) while averaging 15:11 in 61 games with the Devils this season. He’s tallied five ... MORE
Buffalo Sabres, Sports
Supervisor Jack Marren reflects on recovery after heart attack

Supervisor Jack Marren reflects on recovery after heart attack

Victor Town Supervisor Jack Marren is opening up about his heart attack. It was a health scare that took him by surprise. Marren serves as Chairman of the Ontario County Board of Supervisors, and recently spoke to The Canandaigua Messenger about his ... MORE
News
Savannah woman charged with felony burglary in Geneva

Savannah woman charged with felony burglary in Geneva

On Sunday the Geneva Police Department arrested a Savannah resident following a burglary investigation. Brianna Williams, 26, of Savannah is accused of entering a remaining inside a dwelling illegally. Police say she intended to commit a crime, and was charged with second-degree ... MORE
Geneva man accused of sexual contact with victim under 15

Geneva man accused of sexual contact with victim under 15

On Sunday at approximately 1:21 p.m. police arrested a 23-year-old Geneva resident on sex abuse charges following an investigation. Tylik Hill, 23, of Geneva was charged with felony criminal sex act. The Class D felony charge was prompted following an investigation into ... MORE