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Steuben man charged with assault after incident

Steuben man charged with assault after incident
Deputies report that a Narrowsburg man was arrested on assault charges in Steuben County after an investigation concluded on January 27th. Steven Campfield, 57, was charged with assault after causing physical injury to another person. He’s accused of striking the victim in the face multiple times. The incident occurred at a residence on Route 66 in Hornellsville. Campfield was released... more

WEBCAST REPLAY: Waterloo girls take on Red Raiders in Hornell (Peisch TV)

WEBCAST REPLAY: Waterloo girls take on Red Raiders in Hornell (Peisch Sports)
Watch a replay of Saturday night’s Section V girls high school basketball team between the Waterloo Lady Indians led by Coach Michael Bree and the Hornell Red Raiders. Watch the complete game as streamed live by Peisch TV with Bob Peisch on the call from coutside in Hornell. Then, check out this Sunday morning’s Upstate Hoops Podcast and find out... more

Cause of massive Hornell fire remains under investigation

Cause of massive Hornell fire remains under investigation
Officials with the Hornell City Fire Department are still investigating the cause of the fire that burned seven homes, destroying five, and displaced dozens of people on November 17. Hornell Fire Chief Frank Brzozowski tells WENY News four homes on Preston Avenue were completely destroyed in the fire. A fifth home, he said, was severely damaged and will likely have to... more

‘A Perfect Storm’: Hornell leaders speak out after devastating fire

Massive fire in Hornell leaves 13 adults, 8 children without a home; altogether 7 homes damaged
“It was a perfect storm.” That’s what happened Sunday afternoon when eight homes were damaged by what’s likely the largest fire in the history of Hornell. “The devastation was shocking,” said Mayor John Buckley, who turned around from a trip to Albany Sunday evening. Buckley said it’s a “miracle” that there was no loss of human life in a fire that took... more

Hornell man violates order of protection, tried preventing officers from fingerprinting him

Hornell man violates order of protection, tried preventing officers from fingerprinting him
Deputies arrested a Hornell man on felony charges following an investigation into a violated order of protection. The Steuben County Sheriff’s Office reports that 25-year-old Jared Hethcox, of Hornell violated an order of protection from jail – while incarcerated during the months of October and November. Deputies say he contacted a protected party by phone on multiple occasions. While being... more

Arc of Steuben care worker charged in resident’s death

Arc of Steuben care worker charged in resident’s death
An Arc of Steuben care worker is facing charges of murder and tampering with physical evidence in the death of an elderly resident. Our Elmira affiliate is reporting it happened on Monday morning at a home in Hornell. The victim, Jay Sprague, was found in a bedroom around 7:30 a.m. with what police describe as a wound to the neck area Alan... more

Two people arrested in connection to drug bust in Hornell

Two people arrested in connection to drug bust in Hornell
A drug bust in Steuben County has sent two people behind bars. According to a press release WENY News received just before 4 this morning, the arrests happened just after 7 last night in Hornell. A search warrant was executed on East Washington Street. That’s where officials found an unknown amount of methamphetamine and packaging material, leading police to believe... more

Investigation underway after vandals set fire to Station Church in Hornell

Vandal sets fire to Hornell church, investigation underway
Multiple agencies in Steuben County were called to a fire reported at the Station Church in Hornell after a fire broke out. According to a Facebook Livestream by the Church’s pastor, the building was intentionally set on fire and sustained significant damage. The damage was to the interior and exterior. The pastor, who was identified as TJ by WETM-TV said... more

Four arrested in connection to meth sale investigation in Hornell

Four arrested in connection to meth sale investigation in Hornell
Four people have been arrested in connection with an investigation by the Hornell Police Department into the sale of methamphetamine in the City of Hornell. The arrests took place following a vehicle stop in the Hornell Plaza yesterday afternoon. According to a press release, the occupants of the vehicle were arrested after officers located a quantity of meth in their... more

Hornell receives $10 million for downtown revitalization

Hornell receives $10 million for downtown revitalization
New York Lt. Governor Kathy Hochul has announced that the City of Hornell has received a $10 million state grant to promote the revitalization of downtown Hornell. “With this funding Hornell has a great opportunity to enhance its downtown area and secure better quality of life for the residents, along with a more robust economic future for the region,” Governor Andrew... more

Steuben woman arrested for allegedly violating Leandra’s Law, threatening women with a knife

Steuben woman arrested for allegedly violating Leandra’s Law, threatening women with a knife
A Hornell woman was arrested after police say she drove drunk with children in the car and threatened two other women with a knife. On Sunday, August 11, Steuben County deputies responded to a home on Reddy Hollow Road in Arkport for the report of a woman threatening two other women with a knife. Deputies say the investigation revealed 34-year-old Amanda... more

City of Hornell hosts 22nd Gus Macker Tournament

City of Hornell hosts 22nd Gus Macker Tournament
The City of Hornell hosted its 22nd Gus Macker Basketball Tournament, which the Hornell YMCA sponsored. It’s a national tournament, where over 200 teams come to play from all over the country. It’s a 3-on-3 tournament with several age divisions, starting with a 10 and under group to a 40 plus division. Sunday afternoon, trophies and awards were distributed to the... more

Hornell resident accused of abandoning two dogs; one euthanized due to extent of injuries

Hornell resident accused of abandoning two dogs; one euthanized due to extent of injuries
The Steuben County Sheriff’s Office reports an Animal Cruelty investigation that resulted in the arrest of Angela D. Dixon, 44, of Hornell last week. On July 15th the Sheriff’s Office received an anonymous tip reporting two dogs abandoned in a residence on State Route 36 in the Town of Canisteo. Deputies investigated and located two dogs that were malnourished and... more

FLX holiday weekend fireworks schedule

FLX holiday weekend fireworks schedule
School is out, summer is in full swing and most Finger Lakes residents have a four-day holiday weekend on-tap to celebrate the Fourth of July. There will be fireworks in the skies above the region for the next several days. Below is a guide to where, and when, to find them. WEDNESDAY Auburn/Owasco - Emerson Park 8 p.m. concert with... more

FingerLakes1.com launches Patreon to support continued growth in local digital content

FingerLakes1.com launches Patreon to continue growth in digital content
FingerLakes1.com has officially launched a Patreon Support model, for readers, viewers, and listeners who want to support our mission. For 20 years now, FingerLakes1.com has focused on delivering news and information in a unique, interactive way and on a relentless, 24/7. 365 day a year publishing schedule. Whether that’s live-streaming local high school basketball throughout the winter, or showcasing in-depth... more

Sheriff: Hornell woman stole upwards of $30K from another person over months

Hornell woman stole upwards of $30K
Steuben County Sheriff Jim Allard reports that a Hornell woman is in custody on felony charges after stealing upwards of $30,000 from another person over a course of months. Allard says Carrieann M. Gilliam, 37, of Hornell is accused of stealing $30,523 from December 2017 until July 2018. The money was stolen from another person in the Village of Canisteo.... more

Hornell man charged with DWI after crash

On Saturday, Steuben County Sheriff Jim Allard says a Hornell man was taken into custody after an investigation into a single-car crash on Buena Vista Road in Howard. Griffin M. Ellis, 35, was charged with driving while intoxicated, unregistered motor vehicle, unsafe start, and consuming alcohol in a motor vehicle. He was issued traffic citations, and deputies report that no... more
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