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Aldi to now offer delivery

Aldi to now offer delivery
Aldi is teaming up with Instacart in Central New York to make it easier for you to get your groceries. Aldi will now do the shopping for you and deliver your groceries right to your ... more
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THE 31ST LAP: Live from the Northeast Racing Products Trade Show (podcast)

THE 31ST LAP: Live from the Northeast Racing Products Trade Show (podcast)
Chris Marquart was live at the NYS Fairgrounds on Thursday night for the Northeast Racing Products Trade Show for episode #255 of The 31st Lap Podcast. He is joined for the full episode with Derrick ... more
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THE DEBRIEF: Amazon HQ, Upstate NY, policy for local renters, and more (podcast)

THE DEBRIEF: Early-voting, the LLC loophole, and banning mugshots (podcast)
This week on The Debrief Podcast Jackie Augustine and Josh Durso break down the latest headlines from a busy week in local, regional, and state politics. Here's a look at the stories up for discussion exclusively ... more
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How much snow fell? NWS reports more than a foot in some places (full coverage)

Winter in the Finger Lakes
The brunt of the accumulation is over after the first winter storm of the season dumped a significant amount of heavy, wet snow on the Finger Lakes. Skies will stay mostly cloudy throughout the day ... more
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Cayuga County judge ‘reluctantly’ sentences woman to probation after deadly Sennett wreck

Cayuga County judge ‘reluctantly’ sentences woman to probation after deadly Sennett wreck
A North Syracuse woman who killed two people and injured three others in a car crash last year was sentenced to five years of probation in Cayuga County Court Tuesday morning. In June 2017, Kadesha ... more
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DAILY FORECAST: Mixed bag of precipitation expected, as active weather continues

DAILY FORECAST: Mixed bag of precipitation expected, as active weather continues
Get ready for more cold, soggy weather in the Finger Lakes this week. The National Weather Service reports that Monday will be quiet, but that big changes will be on the way for Tuesday. Temperatures ... more
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NWS: Winter Weather Advisory set to expire on Tuesday

NWS: Winter Weather Advisory issued for Finger Lakes ahead of first wet snowfall
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for parts of the Finger Lakes - ahead of a slushy, wet accumulation of 1-3 inches. It's expected to begin overnight, changing to rain by ... more
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FORECAST & MORE: Winter arrives in the FLX, as holiday shopping season kicks off

WEEKEND PREVIEW: Forecast, events, and holiday shopping in the Finger Lakes
It's going to be a wild weather weekend here in the Finger Lakes. Widespread rain and snow will be expected today. Forecasters say there should be a period of wet snow during the afternoon, but ... more
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Katko overcomes national Democratic wave election; What does it mean?

Katko overcomes national Democratic wave election; What does it mean?
The wave election that won Democrats control of the U.S. House of Representatives seemed to dry up when it reached central New York. While the party gained a majority in the House for the first ... more
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For 3rd straight year, Wegmans named No. 1 on Best Workplaces list

For 3rd straight year, Wegmans named No. 1 on Best Workplaces list
Wegmans Food Markets has done it again. For the third consecutive year, the supermarket chain based in Rochester has been ranked No. 1 on the list of the 2018 Best Workplaces in Retail. Fortune and ... more
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THE DEBRIEF: Election results, the future of politics, and modern electorate (podcast)

THE DEBRIEF: Albany puts pinch on small communities, and reviewing legislative proposals (podcast)
On Episode #35 of The Debrief Podcast Ted Baker, of Finger Lakes Morning News, joins Josh Durso in-studio to talk about the latest Election Week headlines, some results with local races, and what comes next ... more
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Tops emerges from bankruptcy court on Thursday

Tops emerges from bankruptcy court on Thusday
Tops Friendly Markets has emerged from bankruptcy. A court approved a reorganizational plan on Thursday, allowing them to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy. “We are pleased to receive the Court’s approval of our Plan and ... more
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DEC warns drivers to use caution during deer mating season

DEC warns drivers to use caution during deer mating season
The state Department of Environmental Conservation is warning motorists to exercise caution as deer become more active now that the animals' mating season has begun. Also known as the rut, deer, especially young bucks, become ... more
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Katko, Balter spar over I-81, Social Security during final TV debate before election

Katko, Balter spar over I-81, Social Security during final TV debate before election
With two days to go until Election Day, U.S. Rep. John Katko and Democratic challenger Dana Balter clashed early and often Sunday during the final televised debate of the 24th Congressional District race. A question ... more
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Harmful algal blooms less-likely in winter, but still possible

Harmful algal blooms less-likely in winter, but still possible
New York environmental officials say they will stop issuing harmful algal bloom notifications for the winter, though they warn that they can still occur in colder weather. Water contaminated by the blooms can make people ... more
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SUNDAY CONVERSATION: Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb talks elections, future of FLX

SUNDAY CONVERSATION: Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb talks elections, future of FLX
What has Albany gotten right for the Finger Lakes? How detrimental is it to the region that state elections, like the one for Governor, have all but forgotten about Upstate New York? State Assembly Minority ... more
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THE DEBRIEF: Election Day preview hours before voters head to the polls (podcast)

THE DEBRIEF: Election Day preview hours before voters head to the polls (podcast)
Closing in on Election Day - the region is preparing for one of the most-consequential midterm elections in recent memory. A number of key, high-profile races are heating up, and tightening up in the hours ... more
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Did Finch vote against $2 million for Auburn, Owasco water treatment?

There has been an ongoing debate during the 126th Assembly District race about who deserves credit for securing funding to help Auburn and Owasco protect its drinking water from harmful algal blooms. Assemblyman Gary Finch, ... more
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Spectrum rates jump upward, company continues losing cable customers

Spectrum rates jump upward, company continues bleeding customers
Rates have climbed again. Spectrum has increased it's rates, effective Thursday, even as the company made more money - with fewer customers. It means a hike of more than one dollar per month in the ... more
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Democratic enrollment grows across New York ahead of Election Day

Democratic enrollment grows across New York ahead of Election Day
Enrollment of Democratic voters surged over the last year in New York, according to new statistics released Thursday by the state Board of Elections. Republican enrollment, meanwhile, was largely flat over the last seven months ... more
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Lawsuits: Websites for some New York wineries do not comply with ADA

Lawsuits: Websites for some New York wineries do not comply with ADA
The Americans with Disabilities Act requires brick and mortar stores to be equipped with ramps, elevators and other accommodations in order to be accessible. But what does it say about access for those shopping online? ... more
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