Khouzam gets long prison term after murdering mother

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The Branchport man who killed his mother at her Dresden home several years ago will spend 24 years in prison. Judge Jason Cook sentenced Paul Khouzam to 24-years-to-life in prison, according to the Finger Lakes Times. Khouzam was on probation at the time of the attack. His mother, Dr. Magda Daoud, died months after the attack from injuries sustained in it. He was also ... FULL STORY
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Inmate escapes from Tompkins County Jail during work detail, remains at large now

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An inmate from the Tompkins County Jail escaped late-Monday, according to officials. Jeffrey Cornell, 37, is ... MORE

Seneca Falls Superintendent warns of possible school closures

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Seneca Falls School Superintendent Jeramy Clingerman is warning parents about the potential for short term school ... MORE

Joe Girard’s last-second free throws pull Syracuse past Indiana in double-overtime Dome thriller (full coverage)

Joe Girard’s last-second free throws pull Syracuse past Indiana in double-overtime thriller (full coverage)
When Syracuse men’s basketball needed its best player the most desperately, Buddy Boeheim came through. The ... MORE

FLCC partners with Bloomfield schools, Yates Workforce Development for rural worker training

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Finger Lakes Community College has selected Bloomfield Central School and the Yates County Workforce Development Office ... MORE

W-FL TUESDAY: Lyons defeats HAC in season-opener; Mynderse falls to Union Springs

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Newark snowman contest begins Wednesday

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The Village of Newark will celebrate this winter with a Snowman-Building Contest.  Snowman Enthusiasts…Winter is here so ... MORE

Dryden schools go remote due to COVID cases, lack of bus drivers, and quarantine issues

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Due to a dramatic uptick in COVID-19 cases over Thanksgiving break the Dryden Central School District ... MORE

Geneva American Legion breaks ground on new post location

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A ceremonial groundbreaking was held Monday for the future home of the Geneva American Legion Post ... MORE

Hochul, health officials encourage wearing masks indoors, but stop short of full-mandate in New York

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It’s not a mandate, but Governor Kathy Hochul is encouraging residents across New York to wear ... MORE

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Romulus woman charged following domestic incident

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Hornell man picked up on warrant after his car ran off the road

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Cornell University pushes vaccinate mandate for employees at Ithaca, Geneva campuses out to mid-January

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