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NEWARK — A local woman accused of threatening to kill her children and holding one child’s head under water faces two felony charges as part of an investigation that is still active.

SENECA FALLS — An Ithaca man who police said had cocaine with a street value of several thousand dollars faces two felony drug charges after his arrest late Monday night.

I grabbed the rod from Bill Hilts Jr. because I thought he said, “Here, you’re up.” Truth be known — and outdoor writers don’t pen fiction — he never said that, although I took the rod anyway …

LYONS — Kenzie Alexanian and Anthony Keith were honored with the top athletic awards for the 2018-19 year at Lyons High School.

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COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. - The fans poured into the Clark Sports Center on Sunday afternoon from just about everywhere, this year's National Baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremony reminding everyone that baseball is both the national pastime and a very international one. Mariano Rivera fans waived Panamanian flags and Edgar Martinez expressed impassioned gratitude to his native Puerto Rico, while ...

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COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. - One of Brandy Halladay's favorite expressions is that "it takes a village," and she used it again Sunday afternoon in the famous village that houses baseball's greatest players. She used it at just the right time and in just the right way. "I say it a lot, but it takes a village and we truly have a great one," Brandy Halladay said as she looked out at an expansive crowd ...

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SEATTLE - Dillon Peters may not be the long-term solution to the Los Angeles Angels' pitching woes. But in Sunday's 9-3 victory over the Mariners, the 5-foot-11 left-hander made a case for why the Angels should consider keeping him around until Andrew Heaney recovers from a shoulder injury. In his first start for the Angels this season, he struck out four batters and scattered four hits over ...

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ANAHEIM, Calif. - If the Los Angeles Angels are to find a measure of closure as they grieve the July 1 death of pitcher Tyler Skaggs, if they are to feel more peace than pain when they think of their fallen teammate and return some sense of normalcy to their season, then Monday's private memorial service for the pitcher could be a therapeutic milestone. Then again ... "What is normal?" Angels ...

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PORTRUSH, Northern Ireland - What a miserable Sunday at the British Open for American J.B. Holmes. He was in third place after three rounds, having shot a 66, 68 and 69. But he slogged his way to an 87 with one birdie, six bogeys, four double bogeys and a triple bogey in the final round. He dropped 64 spots down the leaderboard to finish tied for 67th - losing about $700,000 in the process. ...

COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. - The fans poured into the Clark Sports Center on Sunday afternoon from just about everywhere, this year's National Baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremony reminding everyone that baseball is both the national pastime and a very international one. Mariano Rivera fans waived Panamanian flags and Edgar Martinez expressed impassioned gratitude to his native Puerto Rico, while ...

COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. - One of Brandy Halladay's favorite expressions is that "it takes a village," and she used it again Sunday afternoon in the famous village that houses baseball's greatest players. She used it at just the right time and in just the right way. "I say it a lot, but it takes a village and we truly have a great one," Brandy Halladay said as she looked out at an expansive crowd ...

SEATTLE - Dillon Peters may not be the long-term solution to the Los Angeles Angels' pitching woes. But in Sunday's 9-3 victory over the Mariners, the 5-foot-11 left-hander made a case for why the Angels should consider keeping him around until Andrew Heaney recovers from a shoulder injury. In his first start for the Angels this season, he struck out four batters and scattered four hits over ...

For more than 50 years, the United States and Russia have agreed that their own security required negotiating agreements limiting their nuclear weapons deployments and capabilities. In that time, the two countries have successfully concluded seven major agreements to reduce their nuclear arsenals. The last of these, the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, or New START, was signed in 2010 and ...

HONG KONG (AP) — China on Monday harshly criticized a demonstration in which eggs were thrown at its office in Hong Kong, accusing the demonstrators of violence without mentioning a violent attack against protesters and civilians in the same night.

Candlelight Cabaret on Monday — Candlelight Cabaret has joined with Packed House Productions, a newly formed company, to produce live entertainment shows and events in Seneca Falls and the surrounding area.

PHELPS — ValveTech Inc. didn't play a role in the original moon landing 50 years ago — the company wasn't founded until 1986 by Michael Mullally — but it is playing a big role presently in space travel and hopes to continue to do so into the future.

ALBANY — The Finger Lakes Times’ annual preseason football magazine claimed two awards, and Chief Photographer Spencer Tulis claimed three individual awards, in 2018 competitions work among newspapers in the Times‘ circulation category.

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CLYDE — When people think of “food deserts” — defined as places where access to fresh food is limited — they often think of urban areas.

GENEVA — Out of all the athletic events the city of Geneva hosts in the summertime, Musselman stands among the most popular.

It can sometimes be difficult to get kids outdoors for exercise when the weather is harsh, says Jennifer Jewell, a physical therapist in Jefferson Township. That’s one of the main reasons she enrolled her three children in the iXL Rehab, Exercise and Wellness Center’s Excel Sports Performance youth camp.

Those who enjoy basking in the sun and lounging by the pool have been disappointed with the Finger Lakes weather this May and June, but they remain hopeful for hot, sunny weather as the official start of summer approaches.

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Power has been restored to 13,000 customers in Brooklyn, but around 40,000 others across New York City are still without power early Monday as temperatures remained high overnight and rain clouds loomed over the city. (July 22)

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NEW YORK (AP) — He seemed almost like he was out of Central Casting — tall and patrician, with a cultivated above-the-fray presence. And in fact, former Manhattan District Attorney Robert M. Morgenthau inspired some television casting of his own, as the model for the avuncular character of p…

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Fifty years ago three major developments competed for the attention of America: The Race to the Moon; the so called “Flower Power” movement; and the Vietnam War. In that long ago summer of 1969, two would play out on the public stage in a dramatic manner and when the new decade began much wo…

Musselman is personal. Conceived in the winter of 2003, it was born to me and the world in July 2004, a fledgling triathlon with so much promise. In many ways it has been my child, its development mirroring that of a human being growing and filling into the world around it. I could guide it …