LYONS — A Sodus man who injured a police officer during a 2021 arrest has been sentenced to a short prison term.
GENEVA — City police are investigating multiple reports of vehicles break-ins this week, including one that was stolen and later found in Rochester.
WEST BLOOMFIELD — A home in this Ontario County town suffered significant fire damage Monday morning.
GENEVA — Seneca Lake Pure Waters Association has helped fund two water-quality projects in Schuyler County.
GENEVA — Finger Lakes Community College is offering wine appreciation classes in 2023, beginning next week and continuing through the fall.
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GENEVA — Two people wounded during an incident that occurred early Saturday morning are expected to survive, police say.
PENN YAN — An Albany man accused of sending a sexually explicit photo to a local minor is facing charges.
CANANDAIGUA — A Canandaigua man was sentenced Friday in Ontario County Court to 30 years in state prison on two child sex assault charges.
ORCHARD PARK — The Buffalo Bills have fired safeties coach Jim Salgado, a person with direct knowledge of the decision told The Associated Press on Thursday.
CLYDE — Lance Goebert’s biggest priority right now isn’t having a Section V-sanctioned wrestling program for the Clyde-Savannah Central School District.
OVID — South Seneca head coach Charity Couch ran down the court with 20 seconds left in the game to try and prevent another Falcons basket in the name of sportsmanship. The team’s hard work in the second half prevented any need for last-minute heroics. When the buzzer sounded, the Falcons en…
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SYRACUSE — On Jan. 12 New York State Agriculture Commissioner Richard A. Ball delivered the State of Agriculture Address at the 191st New York State Agricultural Society Annual Forum. The Forum, which is traditionally the oldest and largest meeting of its kind in the State, took place at the…
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WATERLOO — A new RE/MAX Revolution real-estate office opened at 1126 Waterloo-Geneva Road on Jan. 9.
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PENN YAN — The Downtown Business Council will hold its second “Chilly Chili Cook-off” Feb. 3 at Keuka Candy Emporium on Main Street, part of the council’s “First Friday” events.
SENECA — Burlin Allen, son of Jeffrey Allen and Kimberly (Andrew) Castelluzzo, recently received a master’s of science-education with a concentration in athletic administration from SUNY Brockport.
GENEVA — Applicants for Cornell University’s Summer Scholar Research Program are being accepted until Jan. 30.