FAYETTE — Safe Harbors of the Finger Lakes will hold one of its most important annual fundraisers March 31.
CANANDAIGUA — A corrections officer accused of using a listening device to eavesdrop on conversations at the Ontario County Courthouse has been arrested.
CANANDAIGUA — Ontario County Sheriff David Cirencione has scheduled a media briefing for Wednesday afternoon to announce the arrest of a corrections officer at the county jail.
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CANANDAIGUA — Ontario County homeowners and businesses can expect to get information later this year on “smart” electric and gas meter technology — and those meters are scheduled to be installed beginning this summer and lasting into next year.
CLIFTON SPRINGS — The Village Board will hold a special meeting at 6 p.m. March 20 in Village Hall, 1 W. Main St.
GENEVA — The League of Women Voters of Geneva will host its annual Wine and Chocolate fundraiser from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. March 29 at Billsboro Winery.
CANANDAIGUA — The Committee on Policing and Safeguarding Schools, as the name indicates, is an organization of school resource officers and administrators with the goal of preventing violence in schools.
GENEVA — With an eye toward the Ontario County landfill’s expected closure in 2028, town officials are considering a bigger recycling and disposal station on more than 10 acres of land behind Town Hall that stretches to Route 14A.
CANANDAIGUA — While the expression seeing red suggests anger or extreme irritation, those feelings are nowhere to be found in the current Ontario County Arts Council “Seeing Red” exhibition.
BRISTOL — Two local water quality protection projects are among 86 statewide projects to receive state grants.
HOPEWELL — Ontario County Sheriff David Cirencione said an inmate at the county jail was found dead Monday morning.
GENEVA — Fire Chief Del Parrotta has mixed feelings about a blaze early Monday morning that caused extensive damage to a well-known building in the city.
GENEVA — City police are asking for the public’s help as they investigate numerous incidents of graffiti in different areas this past weekend.
GENEVA — City police have arrested a local man following a lengthy investigation into the death of a 2-year-old boy last September.
GENEVA — Assemblyman Jeff Gallahan wants a state investigation into former meal-delivery company RealEats, which shut down abruptly Wednesday after nearly six years of what was continued employment growth.
PHELPS — The state Department of Transportation closed one lane of the Route 96 bridge over Route 14 after an accident Friday morning.
GENEVA — A local landlord is sounding the alarm after two of his properties were burglarized on multiple occasions recently.
GENEVA — A city police officer was injured last month after the patrol vehicle she was driving hit a light pole with a concrete base.
CANANDAIGUA — Ontario County Sheriff David Cirencione said police officers showed “tremendous restraint” before fatally shooting an armed man late Tuesday night.
GENEVA — The American Cancer Society will launch its campaign for Relay for Life of the Finger Lakes at 6 p.m. March 16 at Winnek Post 396 of the American Legion, off Routes 5&20 in the town of Seneca.
GENEVA — The town and city are getting a $149,000 grant for sustainability efforts, with a focus on food waste diversion.
CANANDAIGUA — Food waste from Ontario County restaurants will be the next focus of the county Department of Sustainability and Solid Waste Management.
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PHELPS — Makayla Knaak and her children are still dealing with the loss of their home in a fire last month, including the deaths of their two cats.
CANANDAIGUA — The Department of Motor Vehicles office in Canandaigua will remain closed to in-person transactions Thursday following the death of county Clerk Matt Hoose.
CANANDAIGUA — Ontario County officials confirmed Tuesday that veteran county Clerk Matt Hoose, the subject of a no-confidence vote at last week’s Board of Supervisors meeting, has died.
CANANDAIGUA — Ontario County officials confirmed Tuesday that veteran county Clerk Matt Hoose, the subject of a no-confidence vote at last week's Board of Supervisors meeting, is dead.
CANANDAIGUA — Four Ontario County officials have been invited to the Feb. 21 City Council Environmental Committee meeting to discuss city-county issues.
CANANDAIGUA — A Geneva man has been sentenced to 16 years in prison for a 2020 home invasion and later assaulting another inmate at the Ontario County Jail.
CANANDAIGUA — The former owner of a Phelps eatery, called an “intimate terrorist” by Ontario County’s district attorney, was convicted of sexual abuse and assault charges — but acquitted of more serious rape and kidnapping charges.
CANANDAIGUA — An Ontario County department has started a program aimed at reducing the number of plastic straws thrown in the garbage.
GENEVA — By some estimates, Dr. Martha Matloff delivered about 6,000 babies — maybe more — at Geneva General Hospital during what many are calling a legendary career that spanned at least two decades.
FARMINGTON — State police have identified the bicyclist killed Wednesday morning when she was hit by a vehicle on Route 332.
CANANDAIGUA — Longtime Ontario County Clerk Matt Hoose is under scrutiny after the Board of Supervisors approved a vote of no confidence in his ability to do the job.
GENEVA — A local man has been arrested on a high-level felony drug charge.
GENEVA — The driver of the vehicle that went off Routes 5&20 in the city Tuesday and ended up near Long Pier — with major front-end damage — has been charged with driving while intoxicated.
CANANDAIGUA — One of two men accused of torturing someone during a home invasion in Geneva has been sentenced to a long prison term — and he still faces a murder charge in another county.
FARMINGTON — A bicyclist was killed Wednesday morning when she was hit by a vehicle on Route 332.
CANANDAIGUA — The Ontario County Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Business Inspiration Awards Luncheon Feb. 9 at Canandaigua Country Club.
GENEVA — In a bizarre scene late Tuesday afternoon, a vehicle went off Routes 5&20 in the city and ended up near Long Pier — with extensive damage.
WILLIAMSON — State police said the state Attorney General’s office is involved in the investigation of a fatal crash Saturday in this Wayne County town.
FARMINGTON — A motorist was killed Friday afternoon after the car the person was driving hit a tree and burst into flames.
GORHAM — This Ontario County town is getting a $3 million grant and a nearly $5 million loan for upgrades at its water treatment plant.
GENEVA — Town officials once again will consider a Snell Road housing project first approved seven years ago — although the developer said the plan could be years away from reality.
ROCHESTER — Counties in the Finger Lakes region will spend the next three years focusing on residents’ struggles with mental health, substance use disorders, chronic diseases, and food security.
CANANDAIGUA — A Geneva man was convicted of strangulation and assault, but acquitted of more serious robbery charges, in an Ontario County Court trial this week.
CANANDAIGUA — Household hazardous materials. E-waste. Tires. Shredding. Mattresses. Pumpkins.
CANANDAIGUA — In five years, Ontario County will need to make a decision on the future of its 389-acre landfill.
GENEVA — City police confirmed Monday that a weekend shooting happened outside The Hideout bar downtown but are not disclosing any more details.