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

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

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

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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Domestic incident, pursuit result in felony charges against Steuben County man

State police say a 32-year-old is in custody after a domestic incident and pursuit in Steuben County. Jared Panipinto, 32, was involved in the domestic incident where he struck his wife several times and attempted to hit her with a chair. He left the ... more

Claim $8,000 per child on your 2021 taxes

Various stimulus programs have been created under the American Rescue Act to help struggling Americans. One of the measures allows parents to claim up to $8,000 more dollars on their taxes in 2022. This is thanks to the child and dependent care tax credit ... more

Bills place CB Tre’Davious White on Injured Reserve; Tommy Doyle goes on Reserve/COVID-19 list

The Buffalo Bills announced Tuesday that they’ve officially placed cornerback Tre’Davious White on Injured Reserve and placed offensive lineman Tommy Doyle on the Reserve/COVID-19 list. White, unfortunately, suffered a season-ending ACL tear last Thursday against the Saints, so this move was expected. White, 26, ... more

Deputies: Rochester woman left children in running vehicle while shopping at Victor store

The Ontario County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a Rochester woman following an investigation at Best Buy in Victor. Kiara Marie Rivera, 31, was charged with endangering the welfare of a child. She’s accused of leaving her children in a running vehicle alone ... more

If you have a specific job, you might see a check worth $500 or $1,000 this December

Specific employees can expect to see a check worth anywhere from $500 to $1,000 ahead of the holiday. The bonus stimulus checks are headed to residents in 8 different states thanks to their local governments. Many states have programs now to help still-struggling Americans ... more

Eviction moratorium ends soon: 100K face eviction, serious housing debt if federal aid isn’t dispersed

The eviction moratorium in New York comes to an end in approximately 45 days and housing advocates say $2 billion is needed in next year’s state budget to keep things afloat. The Emergency Rental Assistance Program, which represents around 4,000 housing operators, say that ... more

Will child tax credit payments continue in 2022?

Millions of families had a lot of help from the child tax credits this year. Many children were able to be lifted out of poverty thanks to the expansion and advanced credits. The credits were expanded to a maximum of $3,600 per child under ... more

Here are three ways for SNAP food stamp recipients to save money before Christmas

Many people that receive food stamps from SNAP are able to utilize discounts, which could help them save money in the long run. Many states are also extending giving their recipients an additional $95 per household during the pandemic. SNAP benefits are vital to ... more

This change will give more people a $2,000 tax break in 2022

People that save for retirement have an opportunity to earn $2,000 next year. The IRS has expanded its eligibility range for the Saver’s Credit tax break. The Saver’s Credit was known as the retirement savings contributions credit. It gives Americans that work to contribute ... more

McDonald’s is bringing back its custard filled holiday pie

McDonald’s offers the basic apple pie for customers looking for something sweet, but will soon bring back a different kind of pie. McDonald’s verified on Twitter that the wait for the pies to make their comeback wouldn’t be too long. We understand how much ... more

Clifton Springs woman charged with DWI following crash

A Clifton Springs woman has been charged with DWI after a one car crash in Hopewell. Investigators say 47 year old Julie Ann Wagner drove her car off Routes 5 & 2o and hit a sign. She was charged with aggravated DWI for a ... more

Town of Seneca man faces sexual abuse charge

A town of Seneca man is charged with sexual abuse for allegedly subjecting a nine year old girl to sexual contact. Canandaigua Police have arrested 20 year old Ryan C. Grant. He was taken to the Ontario County Jail for a CAP arraignment and ... more

Sodus woman charged after allegedly picking a fight

A Sodus Point woman has been charged with criminal mischief and harassment after an incident in the town of Sodus. Wayne County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested 20 year old Heaven L. Batz following an investigation into a disturbance at a Sodus residence. Investigators say Batz ... more

How do I get my child tax credit payments in 2022?

The American Rescue Act has afforded over 36 million Americans reprieve in the form of advanced child tax credits. It’s also expanded the amount parents can get for each child. While these things have lifted millions of children out of poverty like they intended ... more

Clint Frazier nearing deal with Cubs after Yankees release

A week after his release from the Yankees, it appears Clint Frazier has his new home in MLB. According to ESPN’s Jesse Rogers, the Chicago Cubs are “closing in” on a one-year major league pact with Frazier. The 27-year-old was designated for assignment on Nov. 19 with ... more

Millions of Americans will see stimulus checks before the holiday, some as much as $3,000

Americans all over the country have voiced their concern with being able to afford things for the Christmas holiday. Many are asking for another stimulus check. Even after the fixings for a Thanksgiving dinner cost much more money due to inflation, there is no ... more

More than three dozen accidents in Southern Tier brought on by wintry weather, troopers say

State police say they responded to more than three dozen accidents in the Southern Tier, which were brought on by recent wintry weather. There were 27 property damage crashes, three personal injury accidents, and 13 vehicles that slid off the road in Steuben and ... more

Four William Smith soccer players honored

Four members of the William Smith College soccer team were named to the 2021 United Soccer Coaches All-Region III first team today. Forwards Julia Keogh<> (Toronto, Ontario/ Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute) and Sheila McQuillen<> (Natick, Mass./Natick) and midfielders Amanda Adams<> (Beverly, Mass./Waring School) and ... more




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