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Webcast Replay: ELECTION NIGHT LIVE on FingerLakes1.TV

Join Josh Durso and Jim Sinicropi inside the FingerLakes1.com Studios live from 8:00 – 11:00 pm as they discuss Tuesday’s vote and report on the results of all the local races throughout the region. Watch FingerLakes1.com’s Election Night Live on your desktop, tablet, smartphone or smart TV.     more

Ponder This: Closer look at domestic violence (Part II)

This is the second part of a three part series of Dale Driscoll’s ‘Ponder This’ column looking at domestic violence, challenges in fighting for legislation like Brittany’s Law – and much more. Part three will be published on Friday, November 11th and Part one can be read by clicking here. Many ask why women stay in violent relationships? It is... more

FLX Politics: The case for and against newspaper endorsements

Newspaper endorsements have been a mainstay in the news world for decades. While the role of physical newspapers have evolved a great deal in the digital age many have continued the practice. The rise of the Internet, though, has caused a larger volume of friction when they do make those proclamations of support. Having spent enough time in the industry... more

City explores renovations for the Auburn Police Department

Though Auburn officials still hope to eventually relocate the city’s fire and police departments into a new, more modern complex, plans are underway to give the police station a more immediate makeover. The project, proposed by Auburn Police Chief Shawn Butler and APD senior management, calls for department-wide renovations, particularly to the North Street station’s command center, public lobby and... more

What are Prisoner’s Rights?

When an individual commits a crime that is serious enough to send them to jail, they lose their right to freedom. But that doesn’t mean that they lose all of their rights. The New York State Commission of Correction (SCOC) is responsible for outlining and enforcing laws that detail certain rights prisoners have, such as the right to visitation and... more

Born before women could vote, 101-year-old Cayuga County woman heading to polls for historic election

There are hummingbirds everywhere inside Malvina Hunt’s apartment. Prism ones hang in her windows and magnetic ones perch on the outside of her fridge. And when the 101-year-old resident of Bluefield Manor in Auburn laughs — which is… The Auburn Citizen – Life: Read More more

Voters thanking Susan B. Anthony before Tuesday’s election

Five days before the presidential election, someone stuck a note at the headstone of the most famous woman to cast a ballot even though she knew it was illegal. “Thank you, Susan B. Anthony, for devoting your life to women’s voting rights,” it started. “Because of your work, on Tuesday, November 8, 2016, I will cast my ballot for the... more

Police: Auburn man arrested for throwing a small trampoline at a woman

An Auburn man is facing a felony charge after allegedly throwing a trampoline at a woman and injuring her. Abel C. Arambarry of Auburn got into an argument with a woman at his home on Thursday night, said Auburn police. During the domestic incident, police said the 37-year-old picked up a small trampoline and threw it at the woman, striking... more

FingerLakes1.com NYS 54th Senate District Debate (watch)

Three candidates. Voters of the 54th District will have to choose between three candidates, who each offer policy and personality distinctly their own. On Thursday, the candidate’s uniqueness was showcased – as Rose Supervisor Kenan Baldridge, Canandaigua Supervisor Pam Helming, and Reform Party candidate Floyd Rayburn squared off in a debate just five days before the November 8th election. A... more

John Katko and Colleen Deacon make final pitch to voters in race for Congress

Candidates for the 24th Congressional District try to define differences, set the record straight, in the final debate of the campaign. U.S. Rep. John Katko and Colleen Deacon gave their closing arguments to voters on Sunday, attempting to offer a stark contrast with each other, in the third and final TV debate of their campaign for Congress. Katko, R-Camillus, and... more

Calm weather through Election Day in the FLX

A series of high pressure system and an overall lull in the active weather pattern across the North American continent will keep the weather quiet for much of the coming week. High pressure overhead has us off to a cool start Monday morning. Temperatures will rise into the 50s this afternoon on sunny skies and a slight south wind. Temperatures... more

Volunteers partner with public works to plant nearly 100 trees throughout Auburn

For the past 10 years, local forester Walt Aikman has partnered with the city of Auburn to plant more than 1,000 trees in the community. In an effort to keep the city sustainable, green and productive, every fall, volunteers from the group Grow Auburn's Trees! join forces with the department of public works to plant dozens of trees throughout the... more

Auburn man sets West Street home on fire in city; charged with arson

On November 3rd at approximately 3:00 am the Cayuga County 911 Center received a report of a structure fire at 7 West St in the City of Auburn. Auburn Fire and Auburn Police Departments were dispatched to the scene and upon their arrival they observed flames coming from the residence. The residence consists of a downstairs apartment and upstairs apartment,... more
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