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W-FL Tuesday: Kabat leads Mynderse boys over Newark; Gananda girls snap Lyons 10-game win streak

W-FL Tuesday: Kabat leads Mynderse boys over Newark; Gananda girls snap Lyons 10-game win streak
It was raining three’s in Newark on Tuesday night. The Mynderse Blue Devils drained 14 three pointers as a team against the Newark Reds 2-3 zone defense. Senior Troy Kabat made 8 of them which is just one shy of the school record. Devin Anderson, who made nine in an opening round sectional game in 2018, still holds the record.... more

OUR FINGER LAKES HISTORY: Ice Harvesting in the Finger Lakes (podcast)

OUR FINGER LAKES HISTORY: Ice Harvesting in the Finger Lakes (podcast)
Before the days of electrical refrigeration much of the perishable foods that sustained the northeastern United States came from the vast ice harvesting industry on the Finger Lakes. Learn how ice was harvested and delivered to customers throughout the region and beyond in this edition of Our Finger Lakes History with Seneca County Historian Walter Gable.  . more

Barclay names Palmesano to Assembly leadership post

Barclay names Palmesano to Assembly leadership post
The Finger Lakes and Southern Tier gained a little extra traction in Albany, as Assembly Minority Leader Will Barclay chose Assemblyman Phil Palmesano to serve as Assistant Minority Leader of the Assembly Republican Conference. The new leadership post will take hold immediately. “I’m grateful to Leader Barclay for the trust and confidence he has placed in me. I look forward... more

KENNY’S 2 PENNIES: Pulling for the Chiefs and reaction to violence against Rochester police (podcast)

KENNY’S 2 PENNIES: Pulling for the Chiefs and reaction to violence against Rochester police (podcast)
This week Kenny Haas looks ahead at the Super Bowl coming up on Sunday including recalling some all time great Kansas City Chiefs. Also, a look at Syracuse basketball and reaction to the recent violence against police in Rochester and the untimely passing of Kobe Bryant. . more

W-FL Monday: Red Jacket boys suffer first loss of season; Woody leads Romulus girls to victory

W-FL Monday: Red Jacket boys suffer first loss of season; Woody leads Romulus girls to victory
There were seven Wayne-Finger Lakes boys games and four girls games on Monday night. On the boys side, the York Knights went on the road and took down the Red Jacket Indians by three points to hand them their first loss of the season. The Indians outscored the Knights 17-11 in the fourth quarter and had a chance at tying... more

How to file your taxes for free if you make less than $69,000

How to file your taxes for free if you make less than $69,000
It doesn’t have to cost you to file your taxes. At least not in New York State. If your income is $69,000 or less, there are a number of free tax filing services located across the state – both in person and online. Both federal and state can be filed free of charge. Some sites – like Turbo Tax –... more

RADIO REPLAY: Romulus Warriors head north to face Clyde-Savannah Golden Eagles (FL1 Radio)

LISTEN LIVE TONIGHT: Romulus Warriors head north to face Clyde-Savannah Golden Eagles (FL1 Radio)
Join Nate Sharman and Jason Hunt live from mid-court inside Clyde-Savannah High School as the Golden Eagles host the Romulus Warriors in a Wayne County-Finger Lakes West crossover game on FL1 Radio. This broadcast originally streamed live on Monday evening at 7:30 pm. Click here for a replay of FL1 Sports broadcast of the game on FingerLakes1.com Radio  more

Chamber will host ribbon cutting ceremony for Fall Street Brewing

Chamber will host ribbon cutting ceremony for Fall Street Brewing
The Seneca County Chamber of Commerce will host a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Thursday, January 30th at 5:00 PM to celebrate the grand opening of Fall Street Brewing Company in Seneca Falls, NY, located at 106 Fall Street. Fall Street Brewing Co., home of Finger Lakes Kombucha, is owned and operated by Seneca Falls native, Brad Luisi-Ellis and his wife,... more

Plastic bags will disappear from Wegmans stores this week; gone across NYS on March 1st

Plastic bags will disappear from store shelves this week in some stores
Single-use plastic bags will be gone when shoppers head to Wegmans locations this week. It's a change that will spread to all stores in a month - when legislation passed in 2019 is enacted. It means that reusable bags will be the prime shopping tool. It's something that Aldi shoppers have been accustomed to for years. more

Mitrano says major shift necessary in healthcare as listening tour stops in Geneva

Mitrano tackles
During the final leg of her five-city healthcare crisis listening tour Democratic congressional candidate Tracy Mitrano issued a campaign promise and publicly commented on Rep. Tom Reed’s (R-23) contemplation of a run for governor. Vying once again to represent the 23rd District, Mitrano challenged Reed in a rematch from 2018 for the coveted seat in Congress ahead of 2020. more

Managed care looming concern for those serving disabled population in Finger Lakes

Managed care looming concern for those serving disabled population in Finger Lakes
Allen Connely says it all began about 18 months ago. Several months before anyone in the public knew that a major change was brewing for two of the region's largest service providers for those with developmental disabilities. The Arc of Yates had lost their CEO; and it prompted a conversation with representatives from the Arc of Seneca Cayuga. He says... more

Upstate casinos haven’t been billed by NYS for $13M in fees, per Comptroller’s audit

Upstate casinos haven’t been billed by NYS for $13M in fees, per Comptroller’s audit
There are still a lot of unpaid fees among New York’s casinos. Specifically, the four casinos opened in Upstate New York owe a total of $13 million in fees. An audit, which was reported earlier this month by The Buffalo News, highlighted the issues that Comptroller Tom DiNapoli found. The costs to regulate casinos in New York State is supposed... more

Police: Drunk driver had child in car with him during two property damage accidents in Seneca Falls

Police: Drunk driver had child in car with him during two property damage accidents in Seneca Falls
Police say they arrested a 46-year-old man for DWI with a child in the vehicle after the report of two property damage accidents in Seneca Falls. Christopher Jensen, 46, of Seneca Falls was charged with DWI, driving with a BAC over 0.08%, driving while intoxicated with a child in the car, and endangering the welfare of a child. Police say... more

W-FL Saturday: Kemp and Walker lead Lyons boys to fourth consecutive victory; Gananda boys pound East Rochester

W-FL Saturday: Kemp and Walker lead Lyons boys to fourth consecutive victory; Gananda boys pound East Rochester
On Saturday, there were just five boys games in the Wayne-Finger Lakes basketball league. The Lyons Lions rolled to a 39-point win over the Williamson Marauders at the Atwood Gymnasium in Lyons. Benji Kemp and JC Walker each scored 18 points to lead the way for the Lions. With the win, Lyons has won four straight to improve their record... more

INSIDE THE FLX: Allen Connely discusses local ARC merger and newly-named Mozaic (podcast)

LIVE AT 8:30 AM: Allen Connelly discusses local ARC merger on Inside the FLX (podcast)
This week on Inside the FLX Allen Connely, CEO of the newly-named MOZAIC (formerly known as the Cayuga-Seneca ARC and Yates ARC) is in-studio discussing the merger that brought on the new name. He talks about the work that went into the change, and how it’s impacting the services provided by the organization. Listen to the episode above, or watch... more

Police: Seneca Falls woman assaulted roommate with horseshoe

Police: Seneca Falls woman assaulted roommate with horseshoe
Police arrested a 52-year-old Seneca Falls woman on several charges after she assaulted her roommate during a dispute. Tokyo George, 52, of Seneca Falls was charged with menacing, criminal possession of a weapon, and assault. She’s accused of punching her roommate in the face several times, and striking the victim with a decorative horseshoe. The victim was treated at the... more
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