Day: March 10, 2020

Marcus Whitman falls to Cal-Mum in Class C State Play-In round

Marcus Whitman falls to Cal-Mum in Class C State Play-In round

The Marcus Whitman Wildcats season came to an end on Monday night as they fell 58-53 to the Caledonia-Mumford Raiders at Wayland-Cohocton High School in the opening round of the Section V Class C2 State Play-In Tournament. The loss ends the season ... MORE
STATE PLAY-IN WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Lyons and Geneva play for spot in Far West Regional at Buffalo State (FL1 Radio)

RADIO REPLAY: Lyons and Geneva play for trip to Far West Regional at Buffalo State (FL1 Sports)

On Wednesday night the two remaining Wayne-Finger Lakes boys basketball teams put their seasons on the line, live on FingerLakes1.com. First, at Newark High School, the Section V Class C2 Champion Lyons Lions square off against C3 Champ Caledonia-Mumford. Jim Sinicropi & ... MORE
KENNY’S 2 PENNIES: Bring baseball back to Syracuse University (podcast)

KENNY’S 2 PENNIES: Bring baseball back to Syracuse University (podcast)

This week Kenny wonders why Syracuse University is one of the few big time college athletics programs that doesn’t have a baseball team. Also, talking Coronavirus and time for spring sports at our area high schools. ... MORE
Sabres snap losing streak, top Capitals 3-2 in shootout

Sabres snap losing streak, top Capitals 3-2 in shootout

The Buffalo Sabres held on for a shootout victory to snap a six-game losing streak with their 3-2 win over the Washington Capitals on Monday at KeyBank Center. Dominik Kahun scored the game-deciding goal in the seventh round of the shootout. Linus Ullmark made 33 ... MORE
Buffalo Sabres, Sports
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INSIDE THE FLX: Former Congresswomen Loretta Sanchez & Ann-Marie Buerkle reflect on careers (podcast)

On this special roundtable edition of “Inside the FLX” former Congresswomen Loretta Sanchet and Ann-Marie Buerkle reflect upon their careers in Congress as women, discuss how to work in a bipartisan fashion when addressing abortion and reproductive rights, and also weigh-in on ... MORE
Fairport woman charged with DWI after backing vehicle into Wayne County ditch

Fairport woman charged with DWI after backing vehicle into Wayne County ditch

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a 46-year-old Fairport resident following a one-car crash in the town of Ontario. Deputies say they arrested Carrie Toper, 46, for driving while intoxicated, having a BAC over 0.08, and moving from lane ... MORE
Clyde man arrested on nine charges, including assault after hurting two officers responding to domestic

Clyde man arrested on nine charges, including assault after hurting two officers responding to domestic

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a Clyde resident following an investigation into a domestic incident where two officers were hurt. Cameron Dawson, 21, of Clyde was arrested at the scene following that investigation. He’s accused of choking his ... MORE
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Residents blast proposed sewer sludge facility in Butler at meeting; no decisions made yet

As expected, residents turned out in force to oppose the sewer sludge composting facility on State Route 89 in the town of Butler. Tully Environmental gave a presentation to the Town of Butler, and its Town Board at a meeting on Monday ... MORE
Large fire near May’s Point prompts heavy response from local firefighters

Large fire near May’s Point prompts heavy response from local firefighters

First responders were called to a reported structure fire a little after 6 a.m. on Clyde River Drive in Tyre. The first responders on-scene confirmed a working fire, along with live power lines, which had come down at some point during the ... MORE
Fire, News, Seneca County, Tyre
Seneca Falls man arrested on felony charge after damaging window at local business

Seneca Falls man arrested on felony charge after damaging window at local business

The Seneca Falls Police Department reports the arrest of a 30-year-old following a mischief complaint at a local business. The incident occurred on January 23rd, according to police, who say that the suspect, identified as Joshua Kurdziolek, 30, damaged the window of ... MORE
Geneva vets who served in WWII, Vietnam get high school diploma

Geneva vets who served in WWII, Vietnam get high school diploma

United States veterans Anthony Felice, Ralph Felice, Johnny White Jr. and Dennis Hurling Jr. were given their high school diplomas from the Geneva City School District at the local library before the regularly scheduled school board meeting. All four served their country ... MORE
License suspension could be halted in NYS for failing to pay minor fines

License suspension could be halted in NYS for failing to pay minor fines

If you fail to pay a fine, there’s a chance that you could see your license get suspended. That would change under a proposal that would end the practice of suspending licenses for people who don’t pay fines in New York State ... MORE
New York State, News, Politics
Police: Auburn felon burglarized city apartment, stealing items from inside

Police: Auburn felon burglarized city apartment, stealing items from inside

An Auburn man who served more than two years in prison for domestic violence offenses has been arrested in connection to a burglary in the city. Craig Eugene Laird, 31, is accused of burglarizing an apartment on Janet Street. In the process ... MORE
Greenidge could pull down $50K per day as bitcoin operation launches

Greenidge could pull down $50K per day as bitcoin operation launches

The Greenidge Generation power plant has shifted from intermittent to full-time operation to accommodate a new Bitcoin mining operation capable of generating about $50,000 of the virtual currency daily. The plant recently installed and tested 7,000 crypto mining machines that draw 14 ... MORE
Geneva City Council will discuss sales tax increase at upcoming workshop

Geneva City Council will discuss sales tax increase at upcoming workshop

Don’t call Geneva City Councilor John Pruett’s proposal to raise sales tax in the city dead just yet. City Council voted 8-1 to rejected the proposal to “conduct an earnest and diligent evaluation of how best to accomplish the goal of increasing ... MORE