PREMIERE @ 8:30 PM – OUR FINGER LAKES HISTORY: The Flood of 1935 (podcast)

OUR FINGER LAKES HISTORY: The Flood of 1935 (podcast)

In this edition of Our Finger Lakes History, Seneca County Historian Walter Gable deals with the Flood of 1935 that devastated the southern Finger Lakes. The July 1935 flood killed 44 people and caused millions of dollars in damages. This extended episode features several photos and newspaper accounts ... FULL STORY
BACK TO SCHOOL: Superintendent Jamie Farr talks classroom return in Canandaigua

BACK TO SCHOOL: Superintendent Jamie Farr talks classroom return in Canandaigua (podcast)

Over the last several weeks FingerLakes1.com has been bringing you conversations about Back to School. Our series has featured one-on-one conversations with administrators. However, all of ... MORE
LIFE IN THE FINGER LAKES: This Sicilian loves to be hugged

LIFE IN THE FINGER LAKES: This Sicilian loves to be hugged

This is no ordinary Sicilian, and it almost certainly will never travel to the Mediterranean island it’s named after. And, unlike most human Sicilians, this one ... MORE
Herman Brothers (Alliance)
Saturday tours at Deer Haven Park at former depot will continue into mid-November

Saturday tours at Deer Haven Park at former depot will continue into mid-November

Deer Haven Park is staying open through the Columbus Day weekend, according to a press release announcing the ... MORE
Geneva businessman remembered

Longtime Geneva businessman remembered by family, friends, and community

One of Geneva’s most-prominent businessmen is being remembered. Joe Hessney, who operated stores in downtown Geneva and retired ... MORE
Back the Blue Ride & Rally coming to Seneca County on September 27th

Back the Blue Ride & Rally coming to Seneca County on September 27th

Organizers in Seneca County say they will be holding a Back the Blue Ride & Rally to support ... MORE
Keuka College lands in national rankings of top-colleges overall

Keuka College lands in national rankings of top-colleges overall

Citing the quality of the education it delivers and the upward economic mobility of its graduates, two national ... MORE
Seneca County Opioid Awareness (Tile)
Ciccino\'s Pizzeria & Restaurant (Alliance)
DiSanto Propane (Alliance)
Geneva Girl Scouts will participate in day of service at FLCC

Geneva Girl Scouts will participate in day of service at FLCC

Local Girl Scouts and their families from Geneva Girl Scout Service Unit 409, part of the Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways (GSNYPENN) council, will participate in a day of service this Sunday at Finger Lakes Community College Geneva Campus Center in Geneva. The ... MORE
Should you get a job in college?

Should you get a job in college?

There are many reasons you might want to get a job while in college. From paying tuition to getting extra income, finding work might seem like an obvious choice. But others wonder if they will still have time for friends or if ... MORE
Seneca County Chamber of Commerce releases 2020-21 visitors guide

Seneca County Chamber of Commerce releases 2020-21 visitors guide

The Seneca County Chamber of Commerce announced the release of its 2020-21 visitor guide and digital flip-book this week. The publication is dedicated to promoting tourism in Seneca County and the Finger Lakes region. “We are very proud of this commemorative edition,” ... MORE
Properties in Ontario, Seneca counties nominated to be added to National Register of Historic Places

Properties in Ontario, Seneca counties nominated to be added to National Register of Historic Places

Two Finger Lakes locations are among the 18 sites across the state recommended by the State Board for Historic Preservation to be added to the State and National Registers of Historic Places. The George and Addison Wheeler House in East Bloomfield was ... MORE

Williamson Town Park has new lodge for events, community gatherings

Williamson has a new lodge. Officials finally dedicated the brand new ‘South Lodge’ at Williamson Town Park last week, which serves as an extension of the ‘North Lodge’. It’s a new 600 foot space that includes a large screen television for presentations, ... MORE

5G Apple iPhones coming to Finger Lakes

Around this time of year, Apple fans eagerly anticipate announcements from the brand about new iPhone models. Indeed, if you are one of these people, you are not going to be disappointed. Rumors are starting to spread about what you can expect ... MORE
Theater operators growing frustrated with lack of guidance from NYS on reopening

Theater operators growing frustrated with lack of guidance from NYS on reopening

There’s growing frustration among theater operators in New York State as officials lag on giving clear guidance about COVID reopening. The theater industry, which was struggling before the pandemic arrived, has been gutted by the virus and associated economic shutdowns. Here in ... MORE
How people are decreasing financial stress during these hard times

How people are decreasing financial stress during these hard times

Many people these days are under a lot of financial strain, and this can really take its toll on all aspects of life. When you are under financial stress, it is not just your finances that are affected but also your health, ... MORE
FLX WEEKLY: Kelly Guilfoyle & Drink Like a Girl Backyard Brewfest (podcast)

FLX WEEKLY: Kelly Guilfoyle & Drink Like a Girl Backyard Brewfest (podcast)

Geneva native Kelly Guilfoyle formed “Drink Like a Girl” and the organization’s events are created around craft beer and in celebration of women with a specialty in city events. Kelly will be in-studio with Sydney Rogers and Jim Sinicropi to preview the ... MORE
Auburn woman asks family, friends to not vote for Joe Biden in upcoming election

Auburn woman asks family, friends to not vote for Joe Biden in obituary

In a recent obituary, an Auburn woman asked friends, family, and the community to not vote for Joe Biden in November’s presidential election. Patricia Anne Wiggins made the unusual request, which was published this week. “In lieu of flowers please don’t vote ... MORE
Series of public forums on policing in Seneca County will take place this month

Series of public forums on policing in Seneca County will take place this month

The Seneca County Police Reform and Reinvention Collaboration has announced three dates for community forums. The events will be held Monday, September 21st at the Ovid Fire Department; Wednesday, September 23rd at the Seneca Falls Community Center; and Thursday, September 24th at ... MORE
Out of the Darkness walk will still take place October 4th

Out of the Darkness walk will still take place October 4th

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a tremendous impact on communities around the globe and the Finger Lakes region is no exception. Yet, another preventable epidemic is still raging; suicide remains the 10th leading cause of death in the United States. In 2020, ... MORE