Day: February 28, 2020

Q&A session in Seneca Falls takes closer look at Seneca Meadows, permit renewal

Q&A session in Seneca Falls takes closer look at Seneca Meadows, permit renewal

The Seneca Falls Town Board held a special meeting on Thursday to allow residents the opportunity to pose questions to Seneca Meadows employees and town officials about operation and permitting issues connected to the landfill operated along State Route 414. Odors took ... MORE
FRESH TAKES: Basketball Show! HS Sectionals, College Hoops & NBA Action (podcast)

FRESH TAKES: Basketball Show! HS Sectionals, College Hoops & NBA Action (podcast)

This week’s show is wall-to-wall basketball with the college basketball season heating up, the NBA marching towards the play-offs and the Section V postseason play dominating the region over the next two weeks. Join Paul Russo and Nick Felice to break down ... MORE
Top seed Waterloo girls open postseason & Mynderse hosts Bath-Haverling

RADIO REPLAY: Top seed Waterloo girls open postseason & Mynderse hosts Bath-Haverling (FL1 Sports)

Two more live postseason games were on the slate Friday night on FL1 Sports as Quarterfinal Weekend in boys and girls high school basketball game Sectional play continues across Section V. First, starting at 6:00 pm the #1 seed Waterloo Indians hosted #8 ... MORE
Syracuse women fall to NC State, 69-60

Syracuse Women fall to NC State, 69-60

Syracuse ended the road portion of the regular season Thursday with a 69-60 loss to No. 8 NC State (24-4, 13-4 ACC) in  Raleigh, N.C. Kiara Lewis recorded her second consecutive 20-point game in the defeat and Emily Engstler scored her 250th point of the year ... MORE
ORANGE-HOBART LIVE COVERAGE: Syracuse defeats Hobart 21-13, wins seventh straight Kraus-Simmons Trophy

Syracuse defeats Hobart 21-13, wins seventh straight Kraus-Simmons Trophy (full coverage)

The trophy is back where it belongs for the seventh-straight season after No. 3 Syracuse (4-0) successfully retained the Kraus-Simmons trophy by defeating Hobart (3-1), 21-13. Career days from Tucker Dordevic (5-2) and Brendan Curry (5-1) in the first midfield propelled the Orange offense to its ... MORE
LIVE AT 8:15 AM: Jeff Gallahan talks campaign for New York State Assembly (podcast)

INSIDE THE FLX: Jeff Gallahan talks NYS Assembly campaign in 131st District (podcast)

Manchester Town Supervisor Jeff Gallahan was the first Republican to enter the race to succeed longtime Assemblyman Brian Kolb in the 131st District. On episode #219 of the Inside the FLX podcast, he goes in-depth on the issues, as we take a ... MORE
SPORTSBOOK CONFIDENTIAL: Book Review of “Can You Win?” and weekend picks (podcast)

SPORTSBOOK CONFIDENTIAL: Book Review of “Can You Win?” and weekend picks (podcast)

In today’s episode, John Sullivan reviews the book “Can You Win?” by Mike Orkin. He also handicaps the weekend in sports including Friday NHL, XFL week 4 and NASCAR in California.  ... MORE
Woodtex in Yates County closes up shop, customers left without sheds they paid for

Woodtex in Yates County closes up shop, customers left without sheds they paid for

What’s the deal at Woodtex? The company has apparently gone out of business, and without much warning at that. The company was formed back in 1983. It’s founder, Sanford Lapp, moved from Pennsylvania to Yates County. Sheds, barns, gazebos, horse barns, and ... MORE
Business, Milo, News, Yates County
Police: Seneca Falls woman violated court order, charged with contempt

Police: Seneca Falls woman violated court order, charged with contempt

Police report the arrest of a 38-year-old following violation of a court order. Alisha Simmons, 38, of Seneca Falls was charged with second-degree criminal contempt after police received a report that she violated an order of protection. She was arrested and released ... MORE
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President Storey inauguration scheduled at Keuka for May 1st

Commencement won’t be the only momentous day on the Keuka College calendar this May. The College has scheduled the inauguration of its 20th president, Amy Storey, on Friday, May 1st. President Storey, who was named to the office permanently in May 2019 after ... MORE
O’Mara blasts Farm Laborers Wage Board

O’Mara blasts Farm Laborers Wage Board

State Senator Tom O’Mara (R-Big Flats) voiced opposition to any moves by the “Farm Laborers Wage Board” to change the 60-hour threshold for overtime. The overtime threshold was part of a comprehensive “Farmworkers Fair Labor Practices Act” enacted by Governor Cuomo and ... MORE
BARCLAY: Cutting library funding would hurt communities across NYS

BARCLAY: Cutting library funding would hurt communities across NYS

New York state’s local libraries are institutions that provide educational materials, meeting spaces, internet and computer access and a sense of community to their patrons. They are invaluable. Yet, Gov. Cuomo’s executive budget reduces their aid by $5 million and slashes construction ... MORE
New York State, News, Politics
Headaches uncovered as NYS moves closer to cashless tolling along Thruway

Headaches uncovered as NYS moves closer to cashless tolling along Thruway

Cashless tolling is coming on the New York State Thruway. Lawmakers are raising concerns because of issues that have been exposed downstate, as cashless tolling rolls out there. Drivers with E-ZPass reported issues with billing. Some said they were billed incorrect amounts, ... MORE
New York State, News, Traffic
Tim McGraw coming to CMAC this summer

Tim McGraw coming to CMAC this summer

Tim McGraw is coming to CMAC. This summer the country music superstar will bring his Here on Earth Tour to Canandaigua. Midland and Ingrid Andress will open the show at 7 p.m. on July 30th. Tickets go on sale on March 4th ... MORE
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Could Child Victims Act get extended in New York?

Will the Child Victims Act get extended? Some lawmakers want to see that happen. Advocates around the state say that the window, which was opened by legislation action during the last budget cycle, should be opened for a lengthier period of time ... MORE