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Victim recovering after Shortsville attack; siblings assaulted man with shotgun

Victim recovering after Shortsville attack; siblings assaulted man with shotgun
On Saturday around 10:33 p.m. deputies from the Ontario County Sheriff’s Office responded to 43 Main Street in Shortsville for the report of a disturbance. While responding — it was reported that a gunshot had been fired. Upon arrival, deputies located a male with lacerations to his head and face — with damage to his ear. He was transported to... more

Morgan scores 26 as Cornell’s upset bid falls short at the Dome

Morgan scores 26 as Cornell’s upset bid falls short at the Dome
Senior Matt Morgan scored 26 points and Cornell erased a 15-point second half deficit, but Syracuse was able to pull through for a 63-55 win over the Big Red on Saturday evening at the Carrier Dome. The Big Red slipped to 4-4 with the loss, while the Orange improved to 5-2.. CornellBigRed.com: Read More From last night: Cornell's Matt Morgan... more

North Carolina man charged with DWI in Seneca Falls

North Carolina man charged with DWI in Seneca Falls
On Sunday at 2:27 a.m. the Town of Seneca Falls Police Department arrested a 38-year-old North Carolina resident following a traffic stop on the Auburn Road. Robert D. Vaughn, 38, of North Carolina was observed by police crossing the centerline while traveling northbound on Auburn Road. After stopping the vehicle for the traffic violation, it was determined that Vaughn was... more

Police: Seneca Falls woman was drunk, while caring for seven children

Police: Seneca Falls woman was drunk, while caring for seven children
On Saturday at 10:16 pm the Town of Seneca Falls Police Department arrested a Town resident following a call for a welfare check. Jessica J. Raymond, 37, of Seneca Falls was arrested after police were called to check on a parent, who was reportedly intoxicated, and caring for several children. Police received the call from a third party. Upon arrival,... more

Deputies: Driver airlifted from violent Bloomfield wreck with serious injuries

Deputies: Driver airlifted from violent Bloomfield wreck with serious injuries
Deputies say a Rochester man was ticketed after a rollover accident in East Blooomfield on Wheeler Station Road on Sunday. The accident happened around 4:06 p.m. when Philip C. Incardona, 67, was airlifted to Strong Memorial Hospital due to the extent of his injuries. Deputies say Incardona’s vehicle drifted across the roadway, traveled into a ditch, made impact with a... more

South Seneca production of Up The Down Staircase debuts Friday night

South Seneca production of Up The Down Staircase debuts Friday night
“Hi, Teach!” are the first words to greet attractive Sylvia Barrett. There’s a special happiness in walking into the still-empty classroom and for the first time writing her name on the blackboard. Students pour into the classroom—cautious, testing, challenging. Simultaneously, there’s a blizzard of paperwork, warnings, contradictory orders, indecipherable instructions. Frantic, Sylvia begins to fear she doesn’t even understand the... more

Officials warn of ‘deed scam’ in Schuyler County

Officials warn of ‘deed scam’ in Schuyler County
Schuyler County Clerk Theresa Philbin and County Attorney Steven Getman are warning homeowners to be aware of a property deed “scam” that may be taking place in Schuyler County. “Reports have surfaced recently of a company soliciting homeowners in the area who recently have completed real estate transactions, asking them to pay $89.00 for records which contain public information about... more

Senator Schumer wants Marriott to foot bill after massive hacking breach

Senator Schumer wants Marriott to foot bill after massive hacking breach
After a massive data-breach involving the data of 500 million people, NY Senator Chuck Schumer released a statement requesting Marriott hotel to pay the bill of new documents for those impacted. The hack involved customers of Marriott’s Starwood properties, including it’s Westin and Sheraton hotel brands. Sen. Schumer said the Marriott breach is unlike many other breaches in that this... more

Holiday shopping in full effect at Auburn college craft fair

Holiday shopping in full effect at Auburn college craft fair
Holiday shopping was a success at this year’s 45th annual Holiday Craft Fair at Cayuga County Community College. Over 150 vendors from the Northeast pitched tables, claiming the space in CCC’s main entrance, gym and student lounge for the weekend An especially hearty turnout stopped by the fair Saturday. Ginny Kent, associate director of development and director of alumni affairs... more

Invasive beetle threatens Cornell University’s ash trees

Invasive beetle threatens Cornell University’s ash trees
Cornell University says it will cut down more than 2,000 ash trees in the next few years because of an invasive beetle. The university says there are between 50,000 and 100,000 ash trees on university grounds that are threatened by the emerald ash borer. The university is treating a small percentage with pesticide to temporarily stave off the damage, but... more

Taxpayers funding a Wayne Co. prison that has been sitting empty for years

Taxpayers funding a Wayne Co. prison that has been sitting empty for years
The state could finally have plans for a Wayne County prison that’s been sitting empty for years. The former Butler Correctional Facility used to have more than a hundred people working at it while the 196 acre housed minimum and medium security prisoners. News10NBC has learned that plans for the facility have changed. Since closing in 2014, the former prison... more

Holiday deadline dates for USPS shipping

Holiday deadline dates for USPS shipping
Lines stretched out the door are not uncommon this time of year for postal workers as increased gifts and packages are a familiar scene during the holiday rush. Billions of deliveries are expected to be made by mail carriers this holiday season. “People are doing more shopping online than ever before,” said USPS mail carrier David Boal. Beginning next Sunday,... more

St. Peter’s Art Community believes strongly in students performing

St. Peter’s Art Community believes strongly in students performing
Practice, practice, practice. Certainly instruction and practicing is important at the St. Peter’s Community Arts Academy, but performing is also an integral part of the programs offered. “Some 50 performances will take place this academic year to help students build confidence in their ability to practice, rehearse and perform in ways that recognize their potential as individuals,’ according to Donna... more
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