Last week Wells College President Dr. Jonathan Gibralter published a stunning letter, which left the college- and regional community in shock. It simply said: If students cannot return on-campus this fall – Wells College will not survive. He assumed the presidency in 2015; and it’s safe to say that this letter was the most-significant of his tenure. What’s next for Wells College? Is this an indicator about what’s coming for private colleges across Upstate New York?
While New York State Gas and Electric, or NYSEG, and Rochester Gas & Electric, or RG&E, have received a lot of headline attention for their charitable contributions to local and regional food banks – their response to the Coronavirus Pandemic has been among the more interesting. President Carl Taylor spoke with FingerLakes1.com about that response effort, both from operations and community giving standpoint. He noted that while people have been at home, usage has remained balanced throughout most of Upstate New York. However, as part of their response to COVID-19 – both NYSEG and RG&E took steps to ensure customer, worker, and community safety.
Sydney Rogers is back in-studio after a mandatory quarantine as we talk about the state of things this week in the Finger Lakes. Jim Sinicropi and Sydney discuss which local businesses have unique offerings during the pandemic and share our favorite local photos from the past few days.
Sydney Rogers remotes in from her home in Lyons as she is halfway complete with an enforced 14 day quarantine as we talk about the state of things this week in the Finger Lakes. Jim Sinicropi and Sydney discuss which local businesses have unique offerings during the pandemic and share our favorite local photos from the past few days.
Paul Russo and Nick Felice are back in-studio during what has been the strangest, most depressing series of weeks for sports fans ever. They’ll talk NASCAR’s video game races, or eNASCAR, along with Noah Syndegard and how they both have been dealing with an empty sports schedule.
Cases of COVID-19, or better known as the coronavirus, are now present in every Finger Lakes county. Join Sydney Rogers and Jim Sinicropi in-studio to discuss the impact on daily lives and businesses and what the next several days may hold here in the Finger Lakes.
This week on The Debrief Podcast, a breakdown of the most-asked questions we received in the newsroom since the Novel Coronavirus outbreak began in New York. Josh Durso and Ted Baker discuss, and look forward to a potentially permanently changed region.
First, an update on what’s happening at FingerLakes1.com during the second week of restricted business and social activity in New York State. Then, Cayuga Lake Wine Trail Director Katherine Chase joins us with four locally distilled liquors to taste from Montezuma and Knapp wineries. Hang in there Finger Lakes!
Sydney Rogers and Jim Sinicropi are live inside the FingerLakes1.com Studios to talk about the impact the Coronavirus is having in the Finger Lakes 3 days into a region-wide shut down of schools, governmental offices and businesses.
For Kenny’s final episode of season 12, he addresses his public on St. Patrick’s Day to issue his own personal statement on the coronavirus and COVID-19 pandemic that has brought day-to-day life in our country to a halt. Kenny Haas will be back in late August for season 13 of Kenny’s 2 Pennies. Until then, stay safe!
This week Kenny wonders why Syracuse University is one of the few big time college athletics programs that doesn’t have a baseball team. Also, talking Coronavirus and time for spring sports at our area high schools.
This week Kenny Haas gives his thoughts on the Democratic Presidential candidates on Super Tuesday. Then, thoughts on the spread of the Coronavirus and some comments on Mynderse Academy girls and boys basketball in the postseason.