LYONS — This Wayne County town is seeking state Department of Environmental Conservation approval for more time to meet discharge limits for its wastewater treatment plant.
GENEVA — City police confirmed Monday that a weekend shooting happened outside The Hideout bar on Seneca Street but are not disclosing any more details.
WATERLOO — Back to the negotiating table.
CANANDAIGUA — When minor items are stolen from unlocked vehicles, it’s not uncommon for those crimes to go unsolved.
ROCHESTER — Federal authorities arrested a Wayne County man Wednesday on child pornography charges.
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A mix of clouds and sun during the morning will give way to cloudy skies this afternoon. Slight chance of a rain shower. High around 45F. Winds S at 10 to 20 mph.
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Cloudy early with partial sunshine expected late. High 41F. Winds W at 5 to 10 mph.
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.
This week, northeast style modifieds will turn their first laps of the season in the sunshine state, with the Short Track Super Series racing at All-Tech Raceway Feb. 7-11.
ONTARIO — A wrestling match between two teams typically takes under 90 minutes or maybe even under an hour. But a wrestling tournament such as the Class B1 Section V championships on Saturday at Wayne Central can be nearly 12 hours of wrestling. At the end of a day that began at 9 a.m. secti…
While Wayne Central was host for the class B1 wrestling sectional championships on Saturday. Lyndonville and Canisteo-Greenwood provided the class B2 and B3 meets.
Recently, the Finger Lakes Times published a column where the writer expressed his thoughts that the New York State Thruway was “among the more sensible arrangements between citizen and state. If you drive the Thruway, you pay a toll. If you don’t drive the Thruway, you don’t pay a toll. The…
WATERLOO — The Geneva Area Chamber of Commerce will host its next “Business After Hours” networking mixer from 4-6 p.m. Wednesday at Bella’s Seneca Lake Steakhouse.
SYRACUSE — The largest farm equipment show in the Northeast is back for its 38th year in Syracuse Feb. 23-25. The New York Farm Show continues to grow, and this year it will add 30 new products and 18 new exhibitors to maximize 300,000 square feet across six heated buildings. More than 400 e…
College is expensive. Costs can include tuition, books, room and board, and travel. In many cases, the price tag of a four-year degree can exceed six figures.
As Dave Barry, a Pulitzer Prize-winning syndicated columnist, enters the twilight years of his life alongside his elderly dog, Lucy, Barry contemplates how he can make his life happier through lessons he has learned from Lucy in his new book, “Lessons From Lucy: The Simple Joys of an Old, Ha…
CANANDAIGUA — Anyone stopping by Wood Library at 134 N. Main St. to pick up a tax form or to check out a DVD is sure to linger to view a new exhibit on the first floor that celebrates Black History Month.
Dr. Pedro Gonzalez has been a primary-care physician at Finger Lakes Community for four years, and he’s come to appreciate a big difference there — both the one he makes with patients and the one he sees in his work life.
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PENN YAN — The Yates County sheriff’s office will be offering the state’s snowmobile safety course later this month.
New York high school seniors who are graduating and interested in pursuing a career in agriculture can apply for New York Farm Bureau’s Agricultural Youth Scholarship. Eligible students can use the financial award for college or advanced training in the skilled trades. Statewide winners can …
GENEVA -- David Brind, retired Geneva City Court Judge, 1973-1995, was honored at a private ceremony Jan. 21 at his residence in recognition of 70 years of continuous membership in the St. Andrew's Society of Albany.