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INSIDE THE FLX: Students bring positive change to community through interactive program (podcast)

INSIDE THE FLX: Students bring positive change to community through interactive program (podcast)
“Rachel’s Challenge” is coming to Seneca Falls. Thanks to a joint-effort between school officials, students, and community partners – a national program will be making its way to Seneca Falls – allowing members of the community, parents, and students to learn about kindness and respect toward others. The event will take place on January 8th, 2019 and will be open... more

Auburn man faces felony charges after dragging state trooper, leading authorities on pursuit

Auburn man faces felony charges after dragging state trooper, leading authorities on pursuit
Troopers arrested an Auburn man on Tuesday following an incident, which included a vehicle and foot chase, as well as an officer being dragged by a pickup truck. Around 7:06 p.m. Trooper Andrew Skerpon initiated a traffic stop on a 2006 Chevrolet Silverado driven by Shaun H. Clark, 31, of Auburn, in the parking lot of Syracuse Upstate Market. Clark... more

Marion driver charged with DWI after crash in Palmyra

Marion driver charged with DWI after crash in Palmyra
Deputies say that a crash in Palmyra over the weekend resulted in DWI charges following an investigation. William W. Huntley, 68, of Marion was charged with DWI, driving with a BAC over 0.08 percent, unlawful possession of marijuana, and other vehicle and traffic violations following the crash, which happened on Tellier Road in the Town of Palmyra. Deputies say Huntley... more

W-FL WEDNESDAY: Lyons posts 93 points in rout of NR-W; Midlakes girls improve to 6-0

W-FL WEDNESDAY: Lyons posts 93 in rout of NR-W; Midlakes girls move to 6-0
Wednesday night was a light night of action on the area high school hardwood with just one girls game on the slate that saw Midlakes improve to 6-0 on the season and four Wayne County league boys games including a 54 point Lyons road win at North Rose-Wolcott. Full results, details, league standings and Thursday’s schedule below… *** WATCH LIVE... more

WEBCAST REPLAY: Mynderse-Waterloo Varsity Night Doubleheader on FL1 Sports

WEBCAST REPLAY: Mynderse-Waterloo Varsity Night Doubleheader on FL1 Sports
Put your holiday planning on hold because the hot ticket is at Waterloo High School this evening as the Mynderse Academy girls & boys basketball teams take on Waterloo in a varsity night doubleheader and the best seat in the house is in front of your internet enabled television, your tablet, phone or desktop computer watch FL1 Sports live stream.... more

Wegmans recalls cauliflower products over E. coli concerns

Wegmans recalls cauliflower products over E. coli concerns
Wegmans has recalled cauliflower products sold in its stores due to E. coli concerns. The company issued the recall Tuesday, and it applies to the following products: Wegmans Cauliflower Rice, 1 lb: UPC: 2-53135-00000 Wegmans Cauliflower Rice, 8 oz: UPC: 2-53072-00000 Wegmans Stir Fry Blend: UPC: 2-53358-00000 Wegmans Veggie Rice Blend: UPC: 2-53162-00000 All products may be returned for a... more

Aurora may ban fireworks as a display may be responsible for farmer’s loss of sheep

Aurora may ban fireworks as a display may be responsible for farmer’s loss of sheep
The village of Aurora is considering banning fireworks as a local farmer believes a fall display is to blame for the death of a handful of rare Icelandic sheep from her herd. On Oct. 20, Wells College put on an “excessive” fireworks show as part of its 150th anniversary celebration weekend, said Trinity Farm owner Margaret Flowers at a village... more

Moravia town board doubles back continuing summer youth program

Moravia town board doubles back continuing summer youth program
The town of Moravia will resume its summer recreation program amid community criticism from ending the program last month. The town board unanimously approved a motion to continue the program for summer 2019 at a Moravia Town Hall meeting Wednesday night. Town supervisor Terry Baxter told the group of over 20 people packed into the hall that every municipality wishing... more

Finger Lakes Land Trust, Onondaga County receive millions to protect water quality

Finger Lakes Land Trust, Onondaga County receive millions to protect water quality
The Finger Lakes Land Trust announced Wednesday it was receiving more than $3 million from the state for projects protecting water quality in the Finger Lakes, while Onondaga County received nearly $1 million for work including the Skaneateles Lake Watershed. As part of a $3 million grant through the state’s Water Quality Improvement Project, the Land Trust was awarded $921,000... more

Report: 900 detained immigrant children still in Cayuga Centers’ care

Report: 900 detained immigrant children still in Cayuga Centers’ care
In under five years, a New York social-services organization called Cayuga Centers has gone from newcomer to one of the biggest names in the $1.5 billion-a-year business of housing immigrant children under government detention. Now one of the nation’s five largest providers, Cayuga was caring for nearly 900 migrant children as of Monday, 78 percent more than a year ago,... more

Auburn man reported fake school shooting on Facebook, police say

Auburn man reported fake school shooting on Facebook, police say
A 29-year-old Auburn man is accused of reporting a fake school shooting on Facebook, according to Auburn police. Corey C. Brown was charged with third-degree falsely reporting an incident, a misdemeanor, police said. Brown posted a message on Facebook on Monday that said “Check on your kids, shooting at Auburn high school,” police said. School resource officers at the school... more

Seneca Falls Town Board supports need, bonding for sewer upgrades

Seneca Falls Town Board supports need, bonding for sewer upgrades
The Town Board voted unanimously Dec. 13 to approve two motions related to its $3 million sanitary sewer upgrade project. The first motion determined that the improvements to the sewer system are in the public interest and authorizes the town to apply to the New York State Environmental Facilities Corp. for grants and financial assistance to pay for the upgrades.... more

United Airlines to add third flight connecting Ithaca to Washington, D.C.

United Airlines to add third flight connecting Ithaca to Washington, D.C.
United Airlines is adding a third daily flight between Ithaca and the nation’s capital, starting in April. United Airlines recently began flights between the Ithaca Tompkins Regional Airport and Washington Dulles, after announcing it would stop flights to Newark. On Wednesday, United Airlines announced it will add a third daily flight to Washington with an ERJ-145 regional aircraft. The Ithaca... more

Cuomo says he has three goals for healthcare in New York

Cuomo says he has three goals for healthcare in New York
Codifying the state health exchange, bolstering pre-existing conditions and making prescription drugs more affordable were among the trio of health care priorities Gov. Andrew Cuomo outlined in a radio interview on Wednesday morning. It’s not clear what Cuomo will push specifically on pre-existing conditions given the state already has a law on the books that pre-dates the Affordable Care Act,... more
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