LIVE AT 9 AM: Chris Lajewski from Montezuma Audubon Center on Inside the FLX (podcast)

INSIDE THE FLX: Chris Lajewski from Montezuma Audubon Center talks birding events (podcast)

What’s happening this month at the Montezuma Audubon Center and Montezuma Wetlands Complex? Summer is just about here- and that means there’s plenty to do and see on miles-and-miles of trails. Audubon Center Director Chris Lajewski is in-studio giving his monthly look ... MORE
Cayuga County Unity House announces award recipients

Cayuga County Unity House announces award recipients

Winners have been announced for the Unity House of Cayuga County annual awards and will be honored at the annual dinner the agency holds on September 15th. Trudy Buxenbaum of Aurora will be the 11th annual recipient of the Fred Atkins Community ... MORE
Booker T. Washington holds Juneteenth celebration

Booker T. Washington holds Juneteenth celebration

On Saturday, the Booker T. Washington Center celebrated Juneteenth with Auburn residents. The center had hoped to celebrate last year but due to Covid restrictions was unable to. The event held live music, vendors, and food trucks. Juneteenth is a celebration of ... MORE
City of Auburn votes 4-1 to create municipal ambulance service

City of Auburn votes 4-1 to create municipal ambulance service

On Thursday, Auburn City Council moved forward with a plan to create a municipal ambulance service to replace the third-party contract that has been utilized for years. The vote fell along party lines, according to the Auburn Citizen, with the final tally ... MORE
Governor Cuomo announces $7.7 million dollar project to help with homelessness

Governor Cuomo announces $7.7 million dollar project to help with homelessness

Governor Cuomo announced Thursday that there will be a $7.7 million dollar construction project in Cortland County to help combat families at risk of homelessness. The Grace Brown House will provide 25 homes and services to families. The house will have a ... MORE
Cortland County discusses how $9 million should be spent from American Rescue Plan

Cortland County discusses how $9 million should be spent from American Rescue Plan

With over $9 million dollars from the American Rescue Plan, the chair of Cortland County’s Finance and Administration Committee wants to come up with a plan. Legislator George Wagner wants to create a subcommittee for how the money should be spent. Wagner ... MORE
Free narcan training Saturday from 1 p.m.

Free narcan training Saturday from 1 pm to 5 pm at Auburn Dunkin’ Donuts

Someone overdoses in Cayuga County almost every day. Over 100 overdoses have been reported since the beginning of this year. About one-third were suspected to involve opioids. We have lost 8 lives so far this year. Fatal overdoses almost always involve opioids, ... MORE
Implicit bias training will be happening at Auburn Public Theater next week

Implicit bias training will be happening at Auburn Public Theater next week

The Auburn Public Theater will house a three day long training in implicit bias next week. The Auburn Human Rights Commission, along with the Harriet Tubman Center for Justice & Peace and other local social justice organizations will be sponsoring the training ... MORE
The Village of Union Springs’ Local Waterfront Revitalization Program has been approved by the state

The Village of Union Springs’ Local Waterfront Revitalization Program has been approved by the state

The Village of Union Springs’ Local Waterfront Revitalization Program was approved by the state, an announcement made by New York Secretary of State Rossana Rosado on Thursday. The program was prepared with the Department of State and the Environmental Protection Fund granted ... MORE
Graduation from Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office K9 Academy includes Cayuga County Sheriff’s Deputy

Graduation from Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office K9 Academy includes Cayuga County Sheriff’s Deputy

A graduation held yesterday for the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office K9 Academy included a Cayuga County Sheriff’s Deputy and his K9 partner. Deputy Jacob Slobe and his K9 partner Pitt complete over 400 hours of training. Other graduates include Onondaga County Sheriff’s ... MORE
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Cuomo’s decision to lift restrictions comes at a great time for tourism

Cuomo’s decision to lift restrictions comes at a great time for tourism in Cayuga County

Cuomo’s decision to life restrictions due to the pandemic this week came at the perfect time for tourism in Cayuga County. Tour Cayuga Marketing Director Claire Dunlap says summer events like the farmer’s market, art shows and other events are beginning to ... MORE
Two bicyclists struck are identified, one dead and one injured

Two bicyclists struck are identified, one dead and one injured

On Tuesday night two bicyclists were hit in Cincinnatus, N.Y. One was killed and the other injured. The deceased bicyclist has been identified as 67-year-old Kitt Warren of De Ruyter, N.Y. The injured bicyclist was identified as s 67-year-old John C. Rutan ... MORE
Cayuga Health receives two awards for public relations during pandemic

Cayuga Health receives two awards for public relations during pandemic

Thanks to their COVID-19 response communications, Cayuga Health is receiving two National Healthcare Advertising Awards. They received a Gold award for their Public Relations Campaign and a Silver award for the Cayuga Health Giving Day Fundraising Campaign that worked on COVID-19 recovery ... MORE
CFA funding is available again

CFA funding is available again

The Consolidated Funding Application is making its return which signals normalcy for New York State businesses following the pandemic. The application is for multiple tax credits and grants with one single online application. Businesses will have multiple chances to apply and the ... MORE
Skaneateles Antique and Classic Boat Show Opens July 23

Skaneateles Antique and Classic Boat Show Opens July 23

The Skaneateles Antique and Classic Boat Show opens July 23 and the former mailboat will make a triumphant return. Before there was the Barbara S. Wiles delivering mail to summer residents along Skaneateles Lake, there was the Pat II, which plied the ... MORE