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Car crashes into home in Cayuga County (photo)

Route 38B temporarily closed after
First responders were called to Route 38B between Stone School and Wyckoff roads for a one-vehicle crash. Reports indicate that a vehicle crashed into a home, and at least one person suffered injuries. That person was transported to an area hospital. Transportation officials shut down the road in both directions temporarily, as crews worked the scene. Fleming, Owasco, and Moravia... more

Republicans call for Green Light Law to be rescinded in New York

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State Senator Tom O’Mara (R,C,I-Big Flats) and other Republican state legislators joined Congressman Tom Reed to call on Governor Andrew Cuomo and the Democrat majorities of the State Legislature to rescind the state’s newly enacted “Green Light Law” granting driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants. The law was approved last June and took effect in December. Cuomo made the law’s enactment... more

LISTENER GUIDE: Sectional basketball opening week live game streams (FL1 Sports)

LISTENER GUIDE: Sectional basketball opening week live game streams (FL1 Sports)
Sectional basketball kicks-off with nearly 100 games across Section V this week in the opening and quarterfinal rounds. Check out the full list of live streamed audio games scheduled for Wayne-Finger Lakes teams right here at FingerLakes1.com (FL1 Radio & FL1 Radio II) and other local media partners. The FL1 Sports team will be live from both Newark and Mynderse... more

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 destruction of 12 buildings including a daycare and schoolhouse. 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 an incident that occurred on an unreleased date. Hill is accused of being involved in sexual contact with... 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 would reignite a multi-year battle over a parcel owned by Seneca Meadows on Burgess Road. The Finger Lakes... more

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 burglary – a Class C felony. Williams was held pending arraignment. 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 strategy was intended to serve as a guide for how to focus economic development resources and energy. A... more

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 with information from the DMV being withheld from the federal government. “I’m sure other states that have a... 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 reports that the referendum is proposed for noon to 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 15, at the District Offices,... more

Police say sex offender failed to register address change in Geneva

Police say sex offender failed to register address change in Geneva
The Geneva Police Department reports the arrest of a 50-year-old Monroe Street resident following an investigation into sex offender registry status. Robert Fry, 50, of 84 Monroe St., Geneva, was arrested on February 21st at approximately 8:30 a.m. for failure to register and/or verify address as a sex offender. The charge is a Class E felony. Police say that Fry... more

Waterloo’s Joel Kraft to play football at Hobart

Waterloo’s Joel Kraft to play football at Hobart
Waterloo senior athletic standout Joel Kraft and the Waterloo Indians Athletic Department have announced that Joel will be playing collegiate football at Hobart College in Geneva next fall. Last season the Hobart Statesmen football team recorded a 9-2 record on the season that included a 30-10 win over Cortland State in the 2019 New York Bowl. In addition to football,... 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 Tier, before stopping just outside of Albany. “Williams — with support from its partners, Duke, Cabot and AltaGas... more

House of Concern gets money for meals through Seneca Meadows donation

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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 right here in Seneca County,” offered Delores Morgan, Executive Director. The mission of the Seneca County House of... more

Syracuse Women’s Lacrosse wins fourth straight

Syracuse Women’s Lacrosse wins fourth straight
No. 4/4 Syracuse used a balanced scoring attack and another strong defensive effort in its 21-4 victory against Colgate in the Carrier Dome on Monday. Eleven different players scored at least one goal for the Orange, which extended their winning streak to four and improved their record to 5-1. “We were a team coming right off a flight going against... more
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