Category: News

Spotlighting Greenidge’s air emissions, EarthJustice warns: Power-hungry data centers could sink NYS climate goals

Spotlighting Greenidge’s air emissions, EarthJustice warns: Power-hungry data centers could sink NYS climate goals

EarthJustice and the Sierra Club are calling for the Cuomo Administration take decisive action on Greenidge Generation’s pending renewal of its air emissions permit, potentially jeopardizing the plant’s proposed expansion of Bitcoin processing operations. EarthJustice and Sierra Club call for an environmental ... MORE
Auburn men lead state police on chase along I-80 in Pennsylvania

Auburn men lead state police on chase along I-80 in Pennsylvania

State police in Pennsylvania arrested two Auburn men following a pursuit and drug investigation. Nicholas Neville, 31, and Merritt Fletcher, 30, both of Auburn were pulled over on I-80. It happened on Wednesday near the New Jersey and Pennsylvania border. Police say ... MORE
COVID vaccine side effects are common: Which ones are most frequently reported? Should you be concerned?

COVID vaccine side effects are common: Which ones are most frequently reported? Should you be concerned?

Health experts are doubling-down on messaging that the side effects associated with the COVID-19 vaccine are not serious. There have been a wide assortment of alleged side effects associated with the vaccines- whether it be the Moderna, Pfizer, or Johnson & Johnson ... MORE
Coronavirus, Health, News, Top
Canandaigua man faces public lewdness charge after incident at Hopewell store

Canandaigua man faces public lewdness charge after incident at Hopewell store

Sheriff Kevin Henderson reports the arrest of a Cannadaigua man following an investigation into an incident that happened on January 2 in Hopewell. According to the sheriff, Paul Goodrell, 52, of Canandaigua was charged with public lewdness and endangering the welfare of ... MORE
Seneca County Health Department will holds COVID vaccine clinic on Thursday

Seneca County Health Department will holds COVID vaccine clinic on Thursday

The Seneca County Health Department will be hosting a COVID-19 vaccine clinic at the health department building from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Thursday, April 15. Anyone over 18 years old is eligible. There are 164 appointments available at this time ... MORE
Appointments still available at Lyons Community Center COVID vaccine clinic

Appointments still available at Lyons Community Center COVID vaccine clinic

As of Monday morning there were dozens of appointments still available in Wayne County for the COVID-19 vaccine. The clinic was running from 11 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. However, most of the available slots fell between 12 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. as ... MORE
Health, Lyons, News, Wayne County
Schools weighing return to full-time, in-person learning four 4th quarter

Schools look at returning to full-time, in-person learning as state loosens restrictions

There are only about 10 weeks left in the school year for public schools in New York State. On Friday, the state released long-awaited guidance on reopening for full-time in person learning. Specifically, connected to the updated guidance from the Centers for ... MORE
Education, News
Ground turkey sold at Wegmans part of USDA health alert

Ground turkey sold at Wegmans part of USDA health alert

Ground turkey from Wegmans is part of a health alert issued by the USDA. There are concerns about the turkey having caused Salmonella Hadar illness. The public health alert was issued for approximately 211,406 lbs of raw ground turkey products that were ... MORE
Health, News
Person dies after being hit by vehicle at Steuben County Landfill

Person dies after being hit by vehicle at Steuben County Landfill

Police are investigating the death of a man who was struck and killed by a truck at the Steuben County Landfill. It happened Friday, according to New York State Police, who responded to the facility on Turnpike Rd. in Bath. A person ... MORE
Bath, News, Steuben County
Divided Geneva City Council Considers Resolutions to Censure Laura Salamendra  And To Remove City Attorney from Police Matters – Ken Camera Does Not Want To Return To In-Person Meetings Without Police Presence

Divided city council considers resolutions to censure Salamendra, remove Bove from police matters; Camera pushes back on in-person meetings

On Wednesday Geneva City Council’s divisions continued to be evident as they considered resolutions to Censure Councilor Laura Salamendra (Ward 5) and remove City Attorney Emil Bove, Jr. from participating in police reform and police policy issues. Council’s divisions were also highlighted ... MORE
Massive ‘House of Sport’ opens in Victor: Dicks Sporting Goods holds grand opening weekend

Massive ‘House of Sport’ opens in Victor: Dicks Sporting Goods holds grand opening weekend

It’s been open for weeks, but Dicks Sporting Goods officially held its grand opening weekend in Victor. The flagship store dubbed the House of Sport has drawn massive crowds from all over the U.S. It’s a massive, 100,000 square foot facility that ... MORE
Waterloo driver ticketed for DWI after crash on Rt. 14 in Phelps

Waterloo driver ticketed for DWI after crash on Rt. 14 in Phelps

On Sunday around 4 a.m. deputies responded to State Rt. 14 in Phelps for the report of personal injury crash. The crash involved a vehicle colliding into a tree near 2373 State Rt. 14. Deputies determined that the vehicle was traveling south ... MORE
REPORT: Bureau of Indian Affairs revealed Cayuga Nation doesn’t possess public contracts for law enforcement, tribal court

REPORT: Bureau of Indian Affairs revealed Cayuga Nation never possessed public law contracts for law enforcement, tribal court

Just days before a grand jury assembles in Seneca County to start collecting testimonies that can eventually lead to criminal charges, a FingerLakes1.com investigation has revealed that the Cayuga Nation of New York has never received any federal funding through law enforcement ... MORE
Canadice man ticketed by forest rangers after woods fire in Ontario County

One ticketed by forest rangers after fire in Ontario County

First responders were called to a fire on Old West Lake Rd. over the weekend. On Saturday they were called for the report of a woods fire. The owner of the property, identified as John Smith, 74, of Canadice, started a fire ... MORE
Official admits that Chinese vaccines not as effective, trials moving forward with mRNA versions

Official admits that Chinese vaccines not as effective, trials moving forward with mRNA versions

Top disease control officials in China are saying that their vaccines for COVID-19 do not have high-effecacy. The AP reports that Chinese vaccines “don’t have very high protection rates,” said the director of the China Centers for Disease Control, Gao Fu. The ... MORE
Coronavirus, Health, News