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Four-star recruit Quincy Guerrier commits to Syracuse basketball

Four-star recruit Quincy Guerrier commits to Syracuse basketball
Quincy Guerrier, a 6-foot-7 forward in the 2019 class, has committed to play basketball at Syracuse University. Guerrier chose Syracuse out of a final group of three schools. His final list included Illinois and Oregon. He made his announcement in the Montreal TV studio of RDS during the network’s halftime show for the New York Knicks-Indiana Pacers game. Syracuse.com: Read... more

Creative cakes: Decorated baker opens business in Skaneateles

Creative cakes: Decorated baker opens business in Skaneateles
Baking isn’t just baking for Stacey Lorraine. It’s a three-tiered tower of artistry, engineering and toil. Lorraine, 31, is the owner of The Cake Shop, a new custom cake studio located in the former Creekside Books & Coffee in Skaneateles. But it’s not the kind of place you walk in with a sweet tooth and walk out with sweets: Lorraine’s cakes are... more

Lawsuits: Websites for some New York wineries do not comply with ADA

Lawsuits: Websites for some New York wineries do not comply with ADA
The Americans with Disabilities Act requires brick and mortar stores to be equipped with ramps, elevators and other accommodations in order to be accessible. But what does it say about access for those shopping online? A rash of lawsuits are targeting New York wineries and restaurants and could expand to many other small businesses because the law is not clear.... more

Judge upholds Waterloo murder indictment

Judge upholds Waterloo murder indictment
Acting Seneca County Judge Rick Healy will not be dismissing or reducing any charges against a Varick man accused of killing two people in Waterloo this year. In a decision filed Monday, Healy ruled that the grand jury indictment against Emerson “John” Tohafjian will stand going into his Dec. 3 trial. During pretrial motions last week, Tohafjian’s attorney Frank Ciardi... more

Candidates will debate, without Cuomo, in second Gubernatorial event

Candidates will debate, without Cuomo, in second Gubernatorial event
The second gubernatorial debate of the general election will be held this evening at the College of St. Rose in Albany. The 6 p.m. event will feature all of the candidates on the ballot for governor, save for the incumbent. Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s campaign on Wednesday confirmed he wouldn’t be attending the debate, sponsored by the League of Women Voters.... more

INTERCEPT REPORT: Rep. Reed founded medical debt collection firm with questionable practices

INTERCEPT REPORT: Rep. Reed founded medical debt collection firm with questionable practices
Over the last two years, Michael Enslow, a resident of Waterloo, New York, has been in a back-and-forth with a debt collector. The exchanges, familiar to many Americans, ended up in federal court, claiming that the debt collection company repeatedly refused to remove medical debt he long ago resolved from his credit report. Their error prevented him from getting preapproved for a mortgage. Such chicanery... more

Contractor took $3,600 and failed to complete work in Bloomfield

Contractor took ,600 and failed to complete work in Bloomfield
Deputies say a 43-year-old Fairport resident was paid to do work after entering into contract with two customers – and never followed through. Anthony Joal Resiman, 43, of Fairport was charged with grand larceny after an investigation into events that transpired on Baker Road in West Bloomfield. Investigators say Reisman agreed to engage in a contract to paint several buildings... more

Helming introduces legislation to form prison contraband hotline

Helming introduces legislation to form prison contraband hotline
Senator Pam Helming announced that she has introduced legislation to create a toll-free hotline where callers can report information on prison contraband. The establishment of this hotline encourages prison inmates, corrections officers, and citizens to call anonymously to report the whereabouts of illicit weapons, drugs, and other harmful devices in our state prisons. The hotline would be available to accept... more

Generations Bank announces the addition of Lorrain Gibbs as AVP – Contact Center Manager

Generations Bank announces the addition of Lorrain Gibbs as AVP – Contact Center Manager
Generations Bank announces the hiring of Lorraine Gibbs as AVP –Contact Center Manager. Gibbs will be responsible for managing our newly renovated Customer Contact Center at our Corporate Headquarters. Gibbs brings nearly 20 years of experience in management, as well as, 18 years of experience in customer service. Over her career, she managed various internal audit programs and training curriculums.... more

Multiple families displaced after fire at apartment house in Auburn

Multiple families displaced after fire at apartment house in Auburn
New information has been obtained about the fire that scorched a home on Osborne Street in Auburn. Six families were displaced by a structure fire at an apartment house at 111 Osborne Street. The three-story structure had smoke coming out of it when first responders arrived. The Auburn Citizen reports that the building, constructed in 1950 was home to six... more

RACE FOR SENECA JUDGE: Candidates receive endorsements ahead of Election Day

RACE FOR SENECA JUDGE: Candidates receive endorsements ahead of Election Day
Two of the candidates vying to be the next Seneca County Court Judge updated voters on endorsements received in the days leading up to Election Day. Both David Ettman, Esq. and District Attorney Barry Porsch received important, local endorsements. Among those entities endorsing candidates was the United Steelworkers of America union, Local Union 3298, former Undersheriff Peter Lawatch, and retired... more

South Seneca Students Selected for Area-All State Chorus

South Seneca Students Selected for Area-All State Chorus
South Seneca Middle High School is honored to have several instrumental musicians and a choral singer selected to attend this year’s Junior High Area All-State. Congratulations to Natalia Anderson (9th Grade, Alto), Joey Borst (9th Grade, Tuba), Kathrine Buisch (7th Grade, Trombone), Luke Dendis (8th Grade, Clarinet) and Amelia Helfman (9th Grade, French Horn) who were accepted. The concert starts... more
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