EXCLUSIVE: Judge orders Magee Volunteer Fire Department dissolved

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The Magee Volunteer Fire Department is no more. FingerLakes1.com has learned Supreme Court Justice Daniel Doyle signed an order Tuesday dissolving the department. The order appoints Stefanie Barnes of Barnes Law PC as receiver for the assets and records of the department. Doyle ordered the officers and directors of the department to turn over all assets to Barnes and to make sure no records ... FULL STORY
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Newark heads to Pal-Mac in a battle among the top teams in the Finger Lakes East Boys standings.  This match-up is sure to have final standing implications.  Ted Baker and Jason Hunt will be courtside for the 7:30 p.m. tipoff.

Hochul seeking $4 million for state veterans cemetery in Seneca County

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New York Governor Kathy Hochul is seeking $4 million in her executive budget for the first ... MORE

Grandma Brown’s Baked Beans back on grocery store shelves soon?

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Are Grandma Brown’s Baked Beans making a comeback? Multiple outlets are now reporting that one of ... MORE

W-FL WEDNESDAY: Honeoye boys rally for win over Naples in OT; Pal-Mac girls defeat Penn Yan in OT

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Several Wayne-Finger Lakes boys and girls basketball teams were in action Wednesday night despite a couple ... MORE

Movie theaters can apply for liquor license: How soon will beer and wine be available for sale?

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Movie theaters can serve beer and wine. The bill that was signed into law last year, ... MORE

Weedsport hotel under new ownership

Weedsport hotel under new ownership
A former Days Inn in Weedsport has been purchased for $2 million by Neelkanth Hospitality, Inc ... MORE

Macedon pedestrian struck by SUV in Finger Lakes Gaming parking lot

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The Ontario County Sheriff’s Office provided an update on a car vs. pedestrian crash that happened ... MORE

New York study finds COVID-19 vaccines, prior infection reduce chances of serious illness or hospitalization

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State and federal health officials released a study this week, taking a closer look at the ... MORE

Gov. Hochul proposes $216 billion in budget negotiations

Gov. Hochul proposes 6 billion in budget negotiations
Governor Kathy Hochul has started state budget negotiations with a $216 billion proposal. The state is ... MORE

Flu season mild this year, says expert

Flu season mild this year, says expert
The flu comes around every year, but this season local doctors are seeing a record low ... MORE

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State taxes: Which 9 states have no income tax?

Tax bills can get expensive, and many families often look for ways to pay less in taxes. State income taxes are important to factor in. One way a family could manage this is by residing in a state that has no income tax. The ... more

Rochester pawn shop owner pleads guilty in years-long scheme for resale of stolen goods

Rochester pawn shop owner Devin Tribunella pleads guilty in a stolen goods resale scheme. Tribunella reportedly paid drug addicted “boosters” to steal merchandise from retailers that he would later resell. Tribunella owned Dewey Avenue-based business Royal Crown Pawn & Jewelry. Prosecutors say he and ... more

Redistricting proposals shot down by NYS legislators

New York’s Independent Redistricting Commission must overcome hurdles as two congressional map proposals are shot down by state legislature. If the commission’s next proposal is rejected, the Democratic majority legislature will have to take redistricting into their own hands. “With that comes the concern of ... more

Donations made to Auburn animal shelter in honor of Betty White

On January 17, the Finger Lakes SPCA of Central New York was flooded with donation in honor of the late Betty White’s 100th birthday. As of 1:15 p.m. on that day, $3500 had been donated to the Auburn-based shelter. White, who died on December ... more
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Eviction ban ends, fear of crisis looms

The end of the eviction moratorium on January 15 has prompted concerns over an eviction crisis. Still, landlords cannot evict without cause or notice. In New York State, there is a legal process to evict. A landlord must first obtain a judgment of possession ... more

Malatras resigns after intense scrutiny, but will collect $450,000 in 2022, followed by $186,000 annually

Former SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras is done. He was granted a yearlong ‘study-leave’ with SUNy, which means Malatras will collect a $450,000 salary with benefits. He will also continue to be eligible for the state retirement system. Following that year-long hiatus, he will take ... more

Ithaca man wanted on several charges including violent felony taken into custody after traffic stop

Police say an Ithaca man faces a number of charges after a traffic stop on January 19. According to a news release, Raymond Kamila, 31, had several warrants out for his arrest- including one for a ‘violent felony’. The 31-year-old was stopped at the ... more

Andrew Cuomo has $16.4M in campaign funds, paid attorney Rita Glavin $899K

Former Governor Andrew Cuomo has spent at least $1.9 million in the last six months on attorneys, according to records made public this week. Cuomo left office in August 2021 after a number of allegations were leveled against him by women who said they ... more

Police: Penn Yan man damaged property of another person during village incident

The Penn Yan Police Department reports the arrest of a local man following a complaint investigation. According to a news release, Christopher Shay, 38, of Penn Yan was charged with endangering the welfare of a child and criminal mischief. The charges stem from an ... more

Savona father and son indicted on sex abuse charges: Accusations span more than a decade

A father and son from Savona, Steuben County have been indicted for sexually assaulting children over the last 11 years. According to investigators, Joseph Thompson Sr., 53, and Joseph Thompson Jr., 19, were both indicted for sexually assaulting children under 13 years of age ... more

NYS criminal justice reform advocates call on officials to address parole ‘crisis’

New York State criminal justice reform advocates have called on officials to address what they call a “crisis” in the state’s parole system. Carol Shapiro, a former NYS Parole Board commissioner, says the state legislature needs to pass two bills, one being the “Fair ... more

Lyons man arrested after stealing sensor from McDonald’s location

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a Lyons man following a disturbance at the Lyons McDonald’s. According to deputies, Aaron Vanopdurp, 29, stole a sensor off the wall of the McDonald’s store and refused to return it. He was located and ... more
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Deputies give update on fatal multi-vehicle wreck in Seneca County that killed longtime teacher

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office has provided more information on the fatal crash that claimed the life of a longtime South Seneca Central School District educator. According to a news release, deputies responded to the intersection of State Route 96A and County Road 129 ... more

Woman accused of illegally practicing midwifery with Elizabeth Catlin turns down plea deal

An Allegany County woman accused of practicing midwifery illegally has refused a plea deal. The Finger Lakes Times reports Melissa Carman of Belfast faces charges of unauthorized practice of a profession and hindering prosecution. She’s accused of helping Elizabeth Catlin deliver babies and of ... more

20 major takeaways from Governor Kathy Hochul’s state budget proposal: Help for rural hamlets, downtowns, and property tax relief

What’s on tap for New York after its first budget of the Hochul Administration was released? On Tuesday, Governor Kathy Hochul issued her first annual spending proposal. Enjoying front-runner status in an election bid for a full-term following former Governor Andrew Cuomo’s exit last ... more

Ontario man had fentanyl, other drugs in his system while passed out behind wheel at local gas station

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of an Ontario man following a suspicious condition investigation last summer. According to a news release, Christopher Hillen, 43, of Ontario was charged with driving while ability impaired by drugs, aggravated unlicensed operation, and operating without ... more
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