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Governor Cuomo got up early today to remind all of us that Monday is the last day of the Great New York State Fair. And because it's the last day and because the governor wants evryone to attend, he...read more
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It's almost better than a call to City Hall . City Manager Matt Horn says the City Click Fix section on the City's website has become very effective for people to get action on a wide range of probl...read more
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The Triple A works on getting information out to people in many different forms. They now have an app compatible with all mobile devices. Western New York Spokesman Steve Pacer says it can be a real...read more
A New England man vacationing at a property on Lower East Lake Road in the Town of Barrington got into an altercation with a neighboring property owner and allegedly punched him in the face, Friday ...read more
17 year-old Jonathan Westbrook of Naples got into a scuffle with his younger brother late Friday afternoon and things kind of got of out control; Westbrook allegedly causing physical injury to his b...read more
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When you look at Mark Russell on television or see him on stage, you notice two things: his piano and his bow ties. The politican satirist and longtime public television personality, who's coming to...read more
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While the leaves change and temperatures cool, the Schweinfurth Art Center in downtown Auburn will roll out their fall art classes. Program Coordinator Stephanie Lange tells Finger Lakes News Radio ...read more
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Students at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva learn about community involvement from day one. Saturday, 650 freshmen are taking part in a day of service with various city non-profits and nei...read more
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After hitting a snag earlier in the month, the City of Auburn and its police union have settled a new three year contract that will run through 2017. City Manager Doug Selby says it's a reasonable d...read more
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As the CMAC summer concert season comes to a close tonight with Lady Antebellum, Billy Currington and Joe Nichols, venue spokesperson Sarah Axelrod tells us they are already working on next summer's s...read more
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The 3rd Annual St. Francis-St. Stephens Cruisin' For Kids Poker Run and BBQ is Sunday. They will start serving at 11 and the run around Seneca Lake starts at one. This year they are open to cars and m...read more
Geneva's Historic South Neighborhood Association is holding its first ever "Sale Along South Main" Sunday from Noon until 5:00 pm. Residents of Historic South will be selling antiques and other items ...read more
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The first day of school for the Dundee School District is Thursday, September 4th.  New Superintendent Kelly Houck says the transition for her couldn't have been better this summer. [audio:HouckD...read more
A 53 year old Penn Yan woman faces multiple charges, including assault, following her arrest over an alleged incident that occurred August 21st in the village.  Gina Bergstresser is accused of hi...read more
BINGHAMTON – Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman today announced awards to law enforcement agencies in the Finger Lakes and Southern Tier, through the Attorney General’s inVEST Partnersh...read more
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