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UPSTATE HOOPS: Wayne Eagles & Coach Bill Thomson in-studio (podcast)

UPSTATE HOOPS: Wayne Eagles & Coach Bill Thomson in-studio (podcast)
On Friday night Wayne boys varsity basketball coach Bill Thomson won his 200th game when his Eagles defeated the Newark Reds to take over first place in the Finger Lakes East. On Sunday morning Coach Thomson was inside the FingerLakes1.com Studios along with Nathan McKenna, Tyler Reynolds & Mason Blankenberg for the Upstate Hoops Podcast to talk about his young... more

FL1 RADIO REPLAY: Wayne & Newark battle for FL East top spot (FL1 Sports)

LISTEN LIVE TONIGHT: Wayne & Newark battle for FL East top spot (FL1 Radio)
The new-look Wayne Eagles and the Newark Reds are locked atop the early season Finger Lakes East boys basketball standings and square off at Newark High School on Friday night as area hoops teams ready for Christmas break. Paul Russo and Nick Felice had the call for FL1 Sports live on Friday night. Listen to the full radio replay at... more

Deputies: Ontario man choked, kicked woman in face during domestic

Deputies: Ontario man choked, kicked woman in face during domestic
An Ontario man is facing a number of charges after a domestic incident that occurred in the town of Ontario on Wednesday. Around 12:12 a.m. deputies arrested Joseph Green, 21, of Ontario on charges including criminal obstruction of breathing and harassment. He’s accused of placing his hands around the neck of a female victim and applying pressure – which impeded... more

Deputies respond to head-on crash with minor injuries, Walworth driver suffers minor injuries

Deputies respond to head-on crash with minor injuries, Walworth driver suffers minor injuries
Deputies say minor injuries were reported after a head-on crash in the town of Walworth on Monday around 4:22 p.m. They say the crash happened along Walworth Ontario Road near the intersection with Smith Hill Road. George Schaller Jr., 76, of Walworth was traveling south on the road when he crossed over into the northbound lane striking a vehicle driven... more

Ontario man faces felony charge, plus others after punching wife three times while she held child

Ontario man faces felony charge, plus others after punching wife three times while she held child
Deputies arrested an Ontario man following a domestic incident on Friday. Deputies arrested 34-year-old Nicholas Ciadella, of Ontario on numerous charges – including one felony count of aggravated family offense. Other charges Ciadella faces following the domestic incident includes harassment and endangering the welfare of a child. Deputies say he struck his estranged wife several times with a closed fist.... more

Deputies: Walworth driver had BAC twice legal limit during overnight stop

Deputies: Walworth driver had BAC twice legal limit during overnight stop
Deputies report the arrest of a Walworth woman following a traffic stop around 12:24 a.m. on Thursday. Niccole Stokes, 28, of Walworth was charged with DWI, DWI with a BAC over 0.08 percent, inadequate exhaust, and failure to update address on registration. Deputies say she was stopped after hearing her vehicle operate with a loud exhaust. A traffic stop was... more

Cuomo announces $41M for Wayne County to prevent Lake Ontario flooding

Cuomo announces $41M for Wayne County to prevent Lake Ontario flooding
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced on Wednesday that the state is providing $43 million for Monroe County and $41 million for Wayne County for a total of $84 million to advance 43 projects across the two regions as part of the first round of funding under the Lake Ontario Resiliency and Economic Development Initiative, or REDI. REDI was launched by... more

Gov. Cuomo directs DEC to sue IJC over Lake Ontario flooding

Cuomo directs DEC to sue IJC over Lake Ontario flooding
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation is filing a lawsuit against the International Joint Commission for its mismanagement of Lake Ontario water levels that caused catastrophic damage to shoreline communities. As a direct result of the IJC’s mismanagement, extremely high water levels exacerbated damage to residences and businesses, swept away large swaths of... more

Lake Ontario flood survey by IJC up now for shoreline residents

Lake Ontario flood survey by IJC up now for shoreline residents
Property owners along Lake Ontario will now have an opportunity to share their input to the International Joint Commission, which is in charge of regulating the water levels. Homeowners along the shoreline are being encouraged to share details of the flood damage they experienced through a survey. The IJC and the Lake Ontario-Saint Lawrence River Control Board will use the... more

Drug take back program happening throughout Wayne County

Wayne County police to collect unused drugs
Wayne County Sheriff Barry Virts said all law enforcement agencies in the county will take part in the Oct. 26 national pharmaceutical collection day. Expired, unused and unwanted medication will be accepted from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at these locations: Clyde Police Department — Galen’s Express Lane, 17 Sodus St. Sheriff’s Office — Lyons National Bank, 2 Forgham St. (Route 31).... more

Wayne County man accused of sexually abusing two children for months

Wayne County man accused of sexually abusing two children for months
The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of an Ontario man following an investigation initiated by Child Protective Services. Robert B. Masker, 38, of Ontario was charged with first-degree sex abuse, course of conduct against a child, third-degree sex abuse, two counts of forcible touching, and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child. Deputies say that the... more

Wayne County battles drug addiction with mobile van

Wayne County battles drug addiction with mobile van
It has been just over a year since the Department of Mental Health, Wayne Behavioral Health Network opened the doors of the Open Access Center, an out-treatment facility located at the Public Health Building on Nye Road in Lyons. The team of drug experts are providing support and care to those with a heroin, opioid or any other addition issues,... more

Company that operates Ginna nuclear plant plans $20M clean energy push

Company that operates Ginna nuclear plant plans $20M clean energy push
The company that operates upstate New York’s three nuclear power plants is planning a $20 million push over the next decade to focus on clean energy and environmental technology. The goal for Exelon Corp. and its Exelon Foundaion is to eventually develop the technologies for broader commercial use. “Exelon stands with the majority of our customers who want cleaner air... more

Power restored after truck takes out utility pole in Ontario

Nearly 1,900 without power in Ontario, Wayne County; unclear if outage caused by incident involving truck
Nearly 1,900 customers were without power in the Town of Ontario on Wednesday, according to RG&E. The outages were reported during the mid-afternoon hours. While a specific reason for the outage was not publicized by RG&E – a photo surfaced on Facebook, showing a truck, which took down a utility pole and power lines near Dunkin Donuts. RG&E says power... more

Troopers: More than 125 animals seized from home in Ontario

Troopers: More than 125 animals seized from home in Ontario
State police say charges are pending after more than 125 animals were seized from a home in Wayne County. Animal control seized 81 chickens, 11 ducks, 11 dogs, 5 cats, and 2 rabbits from a home on Ontario Center Road in the town of Ontario after troopers responded to a complaint on Tuesday. Troopers said the animals were in “terrible” conditions.... more

Motorcyclist sent to hospital after three-vehicle wreck in Wayne County

Motorcyclist sent to hospital after three-vehicle wreck in Wayne County
Deputies say that around 6:50 a.m. on Tuesday they were called to the scene of a personal injury motor vehicle accident that occurred in the Town of Ontario. They say a vehicle traveling east on Lake Road collided with a motorcycle directly in front of it. The collision caused the motorcycle to collide with another vehicle. The motorcyclist reportedly suffered... more

Families work to balance cost of ‘back to school’ and scholastic sports

Balancing sports and school as students head back to the classroom
outh sports is a multibillion-dollar industry, so how do families juggle the time commitment and the cost? We’re checking in with our News10NBC back-to-school family on how they balance it all. The Killion kids are gearing up for school and sports along with other activities like cub scouts. Their mom says its valuable experience but one of the biggest challenges... more
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