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March takes protesters through downtown Geneva on International Women’s Day

Around the world International Women’s Day protests and public demonstrations have sprung up, and even in Geneva. Organized by the Geneva Women’s Assembly, members of the community joined Hobart and William Smith Colleges students and faculty to focus on the fight for gender equality during their fourth-ever event held on International Women’s Day on Sunday, March 8th. more

Microenterprise assistance program continues in Geneva

Microenterprise assistance program continues in Geneva
Could you use $25,000 to help you build or expand your business in the City of Geneva? The City of Geneva is eager to publicize that the 2020 Microenterprise Assistance Program (MAP) is now available, which could potentially provide you with grant funding you need for starting or growing your business venture. What does Microenterprise mean? If you have a... more

Property assessments create concerns for residents in Geneva as values spike

Property assessments create concerns for residents in Geneva as values spike
Property assessments are on the rise in Geneva. Assistant City Manager/Comptroller Adam Blowers led the reassessment presentation, which was provided to city council and residents. Jack O’Donnell, who spoke at the session, said his property value increased by 10 percent. “It’s still a thousand-dollar increase (in taxes) across the board,” he said. Blowers said after meetings and individual sessions the... more

Hobart rallies from 13-point deficit on the road to beat Springfield and advance to Sweet 16

Hobart rallies from 13-point deficit on the road to beat Springfield, 62-61
The Hobart College basketball team rallied from a 13-point deficit to defeat No. 17 Springfield College 62-61 on James Naismith Court in the second round of the NCAA Division III Men’s Basketball Championship tonight. Sophomore Dan Masino’s layup with two seconds remaining gave the Statesmen the lead and senior Tucker Lescoe stole the Pride’s inbounds pass to seal the victory. Hobart, which is making... more

Geneva outlasts Waterloo to claim sectional title

Geneva outlasts Waterloo to claim
The Geneva Panthers outlasted the Waterloo Indians 60-55 at the Blue Cross Arena on Saturday morning to win their second sectional title in the last six years. The Panthers missed several free throws late in the fourth quarter allowing Waterloo to make a final push. Ultimately, Geneva was able to hold on for the win. – Listen to a replay... more

BREAKFAST AT THE BIG HOUSE: Geneva battles Waterloo for the Section V Class B1 Championship (Radio Replay)

BREAKFAST AT THE BIG HOUSE: Geneva battles Waterloo for the Section V Class B1 Championship (Listen Live)
Rise and Shine basketball fans! The Geneva Panthers are set to face the Waterloo Indians for the third time this season in an all Finger Lakes East Section V Class B1 Championship Game at the Blue Cross Arena in Rochester. Listen to all the action LIVE on FL1 Radio beginning with our pregame show at 8:30 AM. First tip is... more

Hobart dominates 4th quarter, defeats Binghamton 16-9

Hobart dominates 4th quarter, defeats Binghamton 16-9
The Hobart College lacrosse team scored six goals in the fourth quarter to post a 16-9 victory over Binghamton this afternoon on Boswell Field at David J Urick Stadium. The Statesmen improved to 4-1 overall this season, and the Bearcats fell to 1-5. Seven Statesmen factored into today’s scoring. Junior Ryan Archer matched his career-high of seven points on three goals and... more

VIDEO REPLAY: Section V Class B1 Semifinal Doubleheader at Pittsford-Sutherland (FL1 Sports)

VIDEO REPLAY: Section V Class B1 Semifinal Doubleheader at Pittsford-Sutherland (FL1 Sports)
The 2020 Section V Class B1 Boys Semifinal Doubleheader at Pittsford-Sutherland High School features three Finger Lakes East teams. First, the Geneva Panthers take on the Hornell Red Raiders followed by the Newark Reds taking on league-rival Waterloo Indians. Jim Sinicropi and Zac Young have the call for FL1 Sports in a broadcast that originally aired live on FingerLakes1.com Radio.... more

CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND: Full live coverage of our Wayne-Finger Lakes boys & girls basketball teams at the Blue Cross Arena & Gates-Chili (Broadcast Guide)

CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND: Full live coverage of our Wayne-Finger Lakes boys & girls basketball teams at the Blue Cross Arena & Gates-Chili (Broadcast Guide)
On Friday night and Saturday, eight Wayne-Finger Lakes basketball teams will compete for a Sectional Title. FingerLakes1.com will be be providing live coverage of five Championship games from the Blue Cross Arena and Gates-Chili High School. Check our the full list of live broadcasts coming up this weekend on FingerLakes1.com and our local media partners: FRIDAY NIGHT AT THE BLUE... more

Geneva will host ‘working sessions’ each month, public works shakeup possible

‘Working Sessions’ coming to Geneva, potential shakeup in public works
The most hotly debated topic of the evening was a proposal by Councilmember Frank Gaglianese III (At-Large) to consolidate positions at the Department of Public Works. Gaglianese proposed consolidating functions by asking the Director of Public Works to shift some duties, such as sidewalk inspections, to lower level employees while taking on other higher-level functions such as engineering responsibilities for... more

Geneva PD asking for public’s help finding person of interest in shooting investigation

Geneva PD asking for public’s help finding person of interest in shooting investigation
The Geneva Police Department reports that they have developed a ‘person of interest’ in the shooting investigation, which began in late-January after a man arrived at Geneva General Hospital with a gunshot wound. Jose N. Escalera, 28, who is about 6′ tall and 180 lbs is that person. Police say the victim is still hospitalized, but in fair condition. They... more

SECTIONAL TUESDAY REPORT: Geneva-Waterloo showdown set for the Big House; Penn Yan pulls away late to defeat Mynderse

SECTIONAL TUESDAY REPORT: Geneva & Waterloo to meet at Big House; Penn Yan girls pull away late to defeat Mynderse
There was another full slate of Section V boys and girls postseason high school basketball games on Tuesday night as the semifinal round continued. Check out all of last night’s scores, updated brackets and the next slate of games below… BOYS SECTIONAL SCOREBOARD 3/3: 4 MCQUAID 61 1 VICTOR 60 AA BOYS VIC – Connor Williams 19; Collin James 14;... more

RADIO REPLAY: Section V Class B1 boys doubleheader; Penn Yan and Mynderse girls face-off in B2 (FL1 Sports)

Mynderse season on the line at Wellsville; Wayne hosts HF-L at the Eagle Nest
Section V Semifinal Week continues on Tuesday night with six Wayne-Finger Lakes teams competing championship game berths. Check out links to the live game streams on FingerLakes1.com and our local media partners. Settle in for another fantastic night of high school postseason basketball! CLASS B1 BOYS SEMIFINAL DOUBLEHEADER (FL1 Radio) #1 Geneva Panthers vs. #6 Hornell Red Raiders #3 Waterloo... more

SECTIONAL MONDAY REPORT: Lyons survives; Pal-Mac girls top Waterloo in OT thriller; Whitman & Red Jacket to meet at Big House

SECTIONAL MONDAY REPORT: Lyons, Whitman, Red Jacket boys advance; Pal-Mac girls top Waterloo in OT
There was a full slate of Section V boys and girls postseason high school basketball games on Monday night to kick off the semifinal round which continues Tueday. Check out all of last night’s scores, updated brackets and the next slate of games below… BOYS SECTIONAL SCOREBOARD 3/2: 5 GENESEO 60 1 LYONS 62 C2 BOYS LYO – Horace Betts... more

Big changes coming at HWS after non-fatal overdoses

Institutional changes coming at HWS after overdoses, higher-than-normal data trend
Following three overdoses on-campus among Hobart College students after consuming powder cocaine in November, the Colleges have established new preventative measures in preparation for any future incidents. Vice President of Campus Life Robert Flowers has since assembled a group of faculty, staff and students called the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention team. more

Coronavirus prompts cancellation of South Korea program at HWS

Coronavirus prompts cancellation of South Korea program at HWS
Hobart and William Smith Colleges has announced that the abroad spring semester program to Seoul, South Korea has been cancelled due to the looming threat of the Novel Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. In a joint statement emailed campus wide by Provost and Dean of Faculty Mary Coffey and Vice President for Student Affairs Robert Flowers on Friday evening, the... more
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