WATERLOO — Scott Buisch is the executor of his late father Norman’s estate. He wants to sell his father’s property at 1265 Waterloo-Geneva Road, a long-vacant gas station near Gem Creek, just west of the village.
WATERLOO — After 38 years of being a jack of all trades for the town Highway Department, Bill Herman is retiring.
CANANDAIGUA — Have an interest in the history of local cemeteries?
PENN YAN — In a case connected to one that made national news, a woman has been convicted of helping a local midwife run an illegal practice.
SENECA FALLS — A local woman has been charged in connection with the recent arrest of a man subdued with a “beanbag shotgun.”
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NEWARK — Several people have been arrested in connection with the alleged assault and robbery of a local teen last week.
SENECA FALLS — Following an investigation of about two weeks, town police arrested a Syracuse man with local ties for an alleged shooting incident.
PENN YAN — Today from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Yates County Sheriff’s Office and the Drug Enforcement Administration will give the public an opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs.
It was a busy day of sectional action across the Finger Lakes Wednesday with all of baseball quarterfinals being played as well as boys and girls lacrosse quarterfinals and boys tennis semifinals.
Hobart lacrosse ended its season on a magical six-game run to the Northeast Conference championship, including a 21-5 semifinal blowout over Bryant University.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. and GENEVA — It’s been a memorable few weeks for brothers Ryan and Drew Fishback.
Buying a second home brings with it exciting possibilities. Perhaps it’s a place where you plan to make lasting family memories — or it will be your quiet refuge from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Whatever your vision for the property, it’s important to consider whether you’re read…
LYONS — For nearly five decades, folks from Lyons and beyond made tracks for the venerable hot dog stand The Caboose to get an American-style taste of summer.
PENN YAN — Pennsylvania-based Wayne Bank, the parent company of Bank of the Finger Lakes, hosted a groundbreaking ceremony May 13 at the site of the new Penn Yan branch at 225 Main St.
In 1788, three men arrived in present-day Yates County to scout out a place for members of an unusual religious sect, the Society of Universal Friends, who wanted to build a community of their own. The three encountered a pair of French-Canadian men living quietly in a cabin along the banks …
Wayne County residents owe a heartfelt debt of gratitude to all those men and women who have defended our nation in times of war and peace.
Though this column tends to highlight musicians and venues in the Finger Lakes area, I like to mix it up now and then.
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U.S. Rep Hakeem Jefferies of Brooklyn pretty much summed up the disconnect between upstate and downstate last week when he said he had no idea where Steuben County was and the nerve of a state Supreme Court justice there to decide on the state’s congressional lines.
WATERLOO — The Village of Waterloo has led a multi-year initiative to honor the brave service members nominated by family and friends who have received the distinguished Purple Heart Award with a new local Wall of Honor that recognizes this distinctive military honor this Memorial Day and al…
GENEVA — The Geneva City Green Committee will sponsor its third Native Plant Sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Finger Lakes Welcome Center.
WATERLOO — The Waterloo Baptist Church at 2701 Route 96 is hosting an Armed Forces breakfast Saturday, beginning at 8 a.m. It is free and open to all military personnel, either active or retired, and they are welcome to bring a guest.