Basketball Takes Center Stage .::. Weber This Week 2/27/17

Jim Sinicropi joins Harold Weber for Monday’s live edition of Weber This Week where the discussion focuses on basketball. From the Sectional high school championship week that gets underway starting on Monday night to the Syracuse Orange’s NCAA Tournament chances heading into March. With the month of March arriving on Wednesday, the madness is about to begin!

Jim Spina, Seneca Falls Recreation Director .::. Weber This Week 2/20/17

Seneca Falls Parks & Recreation Director Jim Spina is in-studio to talk about the upcoming Section V basketball play-offs and how youth sports contributes to the high school programs, overzealous parents at youth games and the Syracuse Orange basketball team.

La Mia Bella Sicilia owners in-studio .::. Weber This Week 2/13/17

Meet Tomas Gonzalez and his son Joe Gonzalez, owners of La Mia Bella Sicilia in Geneva. They were live in-studio as guests on the Weber This Week show on FingerLakes1.TV on Monday afternoon to discuss their new Italian eatery. Watch the full episode below…

SFPD Chief Stu Peenstra in-studio .::. Weber This Week 2/6/17

Jim Sinicropi sits in for Harold Weber this week and welcomes Town of Seneca Falls Chief of Police Stu Peenstra in-studio to talk Super Bowl and issues facing his department including the Seneca Meadows lawsuit that hit the news this weekend, del Lago Casino, and how his team handled the influx of protesters to Seneca Falls during last month’s Women’s March.