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  • Geneva Police Chief Trickler will retire in July

    Retirement is coming. Reporting by the Finger Lakes Times indicates that Jeff Trickler, chief of the Geneva Police Department will retire next month. Trickler said in an email to the Times on Monday that he ‘will be looking to retire in July’. “I thoroughly enjoy working for the Geneva Police Department,” he said to the paper later on Monday. “I...
  • VP Mike Pence to tout tax overhaul at Nucor Steel Auburn

    Vice President Mike Pence’s visit to central New York Tuesday will include a stop in Auburn. The White House announced that Pence, a Republican, will visit Nucor Steel to “discuss the positive impact of President Trump’s tax reform policies on New York businesses, working Americans, and their families.” The schedule released by the White House didn’t include the exact time...
  • LISTEN LIVE AT 7 PM: Doubledays take on Williamsport on Tuesday night (FL1 Radio)

    The Auburn Doubledays are on the air, LIVE, on FL1 Radio as they hit the road for the first time this season for the second of three games at Williamsport. Drew Carter has the call from the press box at BB&T Park on FingerLakes1.com. Listen live below on Tuesday night at 7:00 pm and again on Wednesday night at 7:05...
  • INSIDE THE FLX: Brittany’s Law passes in Senate for eighth time, still no vote in Assembly

    On Monday New York State Senate passed Brittany’s Law. It wasn’t the first, second, or third time the proposed legislation had gotten through one of the state’s chambers. It was the eighth. The legislation would establish a violent offender’s registry, and was named after 12-year-old Brittany Passalacqua, who was brutally murdered along with her mother, 34-year-old Helen Buchel, in Geneva...