LYONS — The two candidates squaring off in a Republican primary for Wayne County judge agree that experience is a factor in the election.

CANANDAIGUA — Tom Crane is a strong believer in basic human rights. He also sees the Finger Lakes Region as a major contributor to several such movements nationwide. In fact, Crane views the social reform movements of hundreds of years ago and today so important that he calls our region “the…

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JUNIUS — A Seneca County youth accused of stealing a vehicle and crashing into the back of a tractor-trailer faces criminal charges.

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GENEVA — One person has been arrested, another is being sought and more people could be implicated in the death of a Waterloo man found Sunday in a parking lot behind Geneva General Hospital.

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ROCHESTER — Three years after proclaiming his innocence in the death of his 3-year-old stepson and trying — unsuccessfully — to withdraw a guilty plea, a Seneca Falls man may get a trial after all.

NEWARK — The rivalry for two franchises that are less than 20 miles apart was renewed on a gorgeous night for some baseball Saturday at Colburn Park.

WATKINS GLEN — The excitement and emotion were palpable. Yet Canadian racer Robert Wickens delivered the ultimate of understatements following the victory drive he and co-driver Mark Wilkins put together in the Touring Car (TCR) class of the Tioga Downs Casino Resort 120 IMSA Michelin Pilot …

GENEVA — Pulling a community together is what a local neighborhood is all about. That was the case with cleaning up Jefferson Park in Geneva, which is on Jefferson Avenue, across the street from Hobart and William Smith Colleges’ athletic fields.

They say that 90% of the fish are caught by 10% of the fishermen. No doubt the guy on the right in the accompanying photo fits into that category.

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Getting married or divorced, having or adopting a child and retiring are significant milestones in life. These “qualified life events,” as they are commonly referred to in the insurance industry, may permit you to make adjustments to the benefits you receive through your employer or other pr…

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Photographs are one of the most requested research materials we receive in the archives, usually a street or a person’s house. We’re not able to provide a photo for every request, but we may be able to provide other views such as maps or drawings.

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narrow-gauge rails (the weight was from a 3-foot section) laid on gravel that came from the Glen Edith quarry near Rochester. Thirty-five sidings were located approximately every mile for the expected traffic of one trolley every five minutes that was never realized. Business was such that a…

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“Lying on the floor, the boy reached up and motioned for Train to come closer. Train complied, thinking the boy wanted to whisper something to him. Instead, the boy raised himself on his elbows, and gently ran a hand across Train’s face, then through the rough texture of Train’s wooly hair.

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