FLX WEEKLY: Summertime in the Finger Lakes (podcast)

Another super summer weekend is on tap for Finger Lakes residents as we move through July. Join Sydney Rogers, Josh Durso and Jim Sinicropi for a look at your weekend weather, events, and sports line-up along with some great local photos from across the region over the past few days. . more

LISTEN LIVE: Auburn Doubledays try to bounce back vs. Mahoning Valley (FL1 Radio)

The Auburn Doubledays are on the air, LIVE, on FL1 Radio as they host Mahoning Valley for the second of a three game series at Falcon Park. The Doubledays dropped game one on Tuesday night, 5-2. Drew Carter has the call on FingerLakes1.com Radio. Listen live below starting at 6:25 pm.  WATCH LIVE: Pregame Show at 6:15 pm |... more

Auburn police: Man caught with child pornography after 10-month investigation

n Auburn man has been arrested for having child porn, according to the Auburn Police Department. Jeffrey M. Lee, 48, of 53 Bradford St., was charged with possession of sexual performance by a child, police said. Lee’s arrest came after a 10-month investigation, police said. He was remanded to the Cayuga County Jail after being arraigned, police said. Lee is... more

Doubledays drop series opener to Scrappers

The Doubledays’ offense folded under pressure in a series that could ultimately determine first place in the Pinckney Division. Auburn only managed to tally three runs on 10 hits – with three errors made by their opposition – in a 5-3 loss to the Mahoning Valley Scrappers. The Doubledays struck early and put up a two-spot in the first inning... more

Cayuga County website plan tentatively approved in fourth time through committees

A Cayuga County legislative committee tentatively approved a plan for a new county government website Tuesday after earlier versions of the plan were previously defeated in several other committees. The county’s Ways and Means Committee voted 4-2, with one absence, in favor of a resolution to contract with CivicPlus for a new municipal website that would add features for public... more

Sennett votes to prohibit winter street parking

Sennett voted to prohibit parking on the town’s streets during winter months in a regular town meeting Tuesday night. The town board opened a public hearing for Local Law No. 1, regarding the seasonal parking prohibition, which lasted only a couple minutes. One question was raised from a resident who wondered whether or not signage would be put up throughout... more

THE DEBRIEF: Crestwood expansion killed, SF rental agreement, and unexpected court closures (podcast)

Whether it was news that the DEC had killed plans by Crestwood Midstream to store LPG underneath Seneca Lake in abandoned salt caverns, or a controversial rent agreement and arrangement in Seneca Falls – the heat of summer hasn’t slowed political news. Even an unexpected court closure in two high-profile cases in Penn Yan stirred discussion on a range of... more

INSIDE THE FLX: Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb talks policy inaction, gridlock (podcast)

New York State Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb (R-Canandaigua) believes that there is still room for improvement and change. That is why he remains at his post. While frustration boils over regarding Albany’s corruption, Leader Kolb is looking at the ways in which policy can bring on change. To discuss those policy concepts, and talk about some recent news in... more

State police: Three arrested on drug charges in Sennett

Three people were arrested Monday after state troopers found marijuana and ecstasy during a routine traffic stop, police said. According to New York State Police, at around 9:20 p.m. Monday, troopers stopped Tory K. Lang, 30, of Syracuse, on Route 5 in Sennett for having an inadequate exhaust. Initially, police said, Lang and passenger Jerad A. Stiles, 29, of Auburn,... more

Despite costly primary, Balter for Congress raises $263K in second quarter

Democratic candidate Dana Balter had to fend off a primary challenger, but she showed in the second quarter of 2018 that she can raise the money necessary to compete against Republican U.S. Rep. John Katko in the 24th Congressional District race. Balter, D-Syracuse, raised $263,200 in the second quarter, according to her latest Federal Election Commission filing. The total represents... more

Doubledays take rubber game in Monday matinee at Aberdeen

The Doubledays’ offense finally erupted during their Game 3 matchup against the IronBirds after fighting tooth-and-nail for runs this past series. Timely hitting, solid pitching, and help from a pair of Aberdeen errors helped secure Auburn it’s 8-2 rubber game win over the Iron Birds. There was no shortage of big hits for Auburn throughout the afternoon. After two walks... more

Cayuga Community Fund awards more than $70,000 to local charities

Charities throughout Cayuga County, with missions ranging from assisting the homeless to supporting a planetarium, received more than $70,000 in grants from the Cayuga Community Fund. The Cayuga Community Fund provided a total of $70,245 in grant awards to 22 nonprofit groups serving Cayuga County residents, including organizations like the Schweinfurth Memorial Art Center, the Seward House Museum and more,... more

Police: Syracuse man displayed gun, robbed Auburn convenience store

A Syracuse man has been arrested for allegedly robbing an Auburn convenience store early Monday. Auburn police officers were dispatched to Byrne Dairy at 70 Arterial East in Auburn for a robbery. The suspect was identified as a man wearing all black. The man entered the store, displayed a handgun and demanded money from a clerk, according to a news... more

Chapel House residents return after being displaced last week

Chapel House residents returned to the Franklin Street homeless shelter Monday night after being displaced for nearly one week due to emergency water and sewer line repairs. Late last Tuesday night the men’s homeless shelter notified the public it was temporarily closing its doors due to issues that included a rupture in the water main line as well as a... more

UPDATE: Suspect in Montezuma standoff threatened Wayne Co. judge

A man was taken into custody after an hours-long standoff in Montezuma, according to state police. The incident unfolded at 7391 Fuller Road, which resulted in the roadway being shut down for several hours. While the incident was called in around 1 pm, the road re-opened at 6:45 pm. There weren’t any hostages or victims involved, but the man inside... more

STORM WATCH: Heat persists into evening as strong storms develop

As the heat and humidity persists into Monday night, the threat of strong thunderstorms increases ahead of a cold front expected to bring relief to the Finger Lakes region. Strong storms have been reported in Wayne County and the Rochester area just before 5:00 pm. The latest FingerLakes1.com Local Weather Center Forecast: Tonight Showers and thunderstorms likely, then showers and... more

Doubledays pitching holds off Aberdeen in win

The Doubledays offense got out in front early on a beautiful and sunny Sunday afternoon in Aberdeen. After struggling with drawing first blood for the past few series, Auburn’s early offensive bursts during the game’s first two innings were enough for the Doubledays pitching staff to take over. Auburn held on to a 3-2 win over the IronBirds behind Aaron... more

Auburn Doubledays drop series opener to IronBirds

The Auburn Doubledays scored a pair of runs in the seventh inning, but fell to the Aberdeen IronBirds 8-2 at Ripken Stadium Saturday. Auburn’s Jacob Rhinesmith recorded two hits and a run, while Telmito Agustin, Carson Shaddy (double, run), Jamori Blash, Cody Wilson (RBI) and Jose Sanchez each had one hit. Washington Nationals second-rounder Tim Cate took the loss for... more
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