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2 facing several charges after heroin, fentanyl found during Madison County drug bust

SULLIVAN, N.Y. – Following a lengthy investigation, two people in the town of Sullivan have been arrested and charged with possessing and selling various drugs. According to the Madison County Sheriff’s Office, a search warrant was executed at 147 Oswego Ave. on Tuesday, May 17, uncovering heroin, fentanyl, methamphetamine, psilocybin mushrooms, numerous pills, blasting caps and several firearms.
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Katherine “Kay” Chalone – May 6, 2022 – Burial

Katherine “Kay” (Cozart) Chalone, 96; formerly of Fulton, was privately buried May 6th at St. Mary’s Cemetery, Fulton with Deacon Jeff Dean giving the Final Rite of Committal. Katherine “Kay” (Cozart) Chalone, 96; formerly of Fulton passed away peacefully at her daughter’s Chittenango home surrounded by her...
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Fugitive of the Week: Laura Sheridan

(WSYR-TV) — The Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office is putting NewsChannel 9 viewers ‘On The Lookout’ for Laura Sheridan.  The 35-year-old Liverpool resident is 5’3” tall, weighs 140 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. Sheridan is wanted for six separate bench warrants:  Criminal Possession of Controlled Substance in the 3rd degree from an incident in 2021.  […]

Fernandes finds ‘happy place’ with Junco Brewing Company

OSWEGO — Like the Junco, a popular snowbird in central New York, brewer Rick Fernandes has found his “happy place” in Oswego County. Fernandes, a U.S. Navy veteran and a world traveler, owns and operates Junco Brewing Company. The rustic barn-turned taproom located at 37 Cemetery Road in the town of Oswego is home to the only established brewery in the county, serving classic craft beer staples such as Belgian ales, pilsners, pale ales, porters, and IPAs.

Petsavers: Jessi needs a forever home

LIVERPOOL, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) – Our adoptable furry friends at animal shelters throughout Central New York need your help, especially with the challenges brought on by COVID-19. NewsChannel 9’s pet of the week is Jessi, a 3-year-old large hound at HumaneCNY. Her 13 puppies have all been adopted and she’s now ready for a family to call her own.

Fayetteville restaurant fails health inspection with critical violation

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — The Onondaga County Health Department released its inspection reports for restaurants checked during the week of April 24 to April 30, 2022. One restaurant in Fayetteville, Gino’s Cheese Steak & Onion, failed their inspection with a critical violation. Critical Violation: improper cooling and refrigerated...

Lilac Festival and Susan B. Anthony Museum and House

LILAC FESTIVAL SUSAN B. ANTHONY MUSEUM & HOUSE May 19, 2022 (Thursday) Join us for a Senior Day at the Lilac Festival in Rochester in Highland Park. There are more than 500 varieties of lilacs and more than 1,200 lilac bushes at Highland Park. Lunch is included at The Hideway, where they make real food with real ingredients. Locally sourced produce and grass-fed meats are the key to your favorite meal. Meal choices are required when registering. In the afternoon we will visit the Susan B Anthony Museum & House. Our docent-led tour led tour requires the ability to negotiate stairs. Our trip includes the Lilac Festival, included lunch, admission to the Susan B Anthony Museum & House, roundtrip motorcoach transportation, Travel Choice Escort, and all taxes and gratuities. Bus Pick up: Immaculate Conception Church: 8:30am Return approximately: 6:15pm FEE: $94.00 Residents $99.00 Non-Residents.

Restaurants prepare for bump in businesses with SU and Le Moyne graduation

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR – TV) — Francesca’s Pizza and Italian Restaurant in Liverpool has lots of experience when it comes to busy days at the restaurant. “Day to day this place is nonstop, very busy throughout the winter we get a lot of business,” said Jeremy Mathers, “And obviously, it picks up once the weather starts to get nicer in the spring and summer months.”

Finger Lakes Travel: A trip to the Women’s Rights Park, good eats and our summer bucket list

We were blessed with some warm weather in the Finger Lakes this week and took full advantage of it. I headed downtown Seneca Falls to the Women’s Rights National Historical Park, which is one of Seneca Falls’ biggest tourist attractions. Not only is the center educational, but it’s also set up beautifully. My favorite thing about the center is the water walls!