Canandaigua woman sent to hospital after flipping vehicle over guardrail, down embankment

A Canandaigua woman was transported to F.F. Thompson Hospital after a one car accident on County Road 32 early-Thursday morning. Deputies say that Kimberly A. Zacharias, 55, of Canandaigua was traveling down County Road 32 in the Town of Bristol when her vehicle spun in the roadway and rolled over a guardrail – going down an embankment. While Zacharias needed... more

Smith Center hosts celebration of Sen. Michael Nozzolio on Wednesday

Politicians are known for “tooting their own horns,” but Mike Nozzolio didn’t have to do that during a tribute to him Thursday night at the Smith Center for the Arts. A brass band called the Hitmen did it for him, as did a number of speakers who paid homage to the retiring state senator, who at the end of 2017,... more

Hopshire Brewery expansion progressing quickly in Freeville

Hopshire Farm & Brewery is in the midst of a two-phase expansion project totaling 2,500 SF with the first phase expected to be completed at the beginning of 2017. Phase 1, a 1,200 SF 100-person community event space will accommodate larger gatherings, while Phase 2, a 1,300 SF addition will expand the brewing and storage area allowing the brewery to... more

Seneca County committee: Split decision on residency requirement

The Seneca County Board of Supervisors’ Human Services Committee did not introduce a local law Tuesday to waive a residency requirement for the position of deputy commissioner of human services. The committee was scheduled to introduce the local law and set a public hearing for Dec. 13, but a split among committee members delayed action. Finger Lakes Times – News:... more

Geneva man gets 15 years for assault with metal bar

A Geneva man who fractured another man’s skull will spend the next decade-plus behind bars. On Wednesday in Ontario County Court, Judge Frederick Reed sentenced Robert Lewis Sr., 55, to 15 years in prison. A jury convicted Lewis of first-degree assault charge in August. He was acquitted on a charge of third-degree criminal possession of a weapon. Finger Lakes Times... more

Candidates running to succeed Nozzolio clash over political tactics at Auburn forum

The three candidates vying for the 54th Senate District exchanged barbs over campaign tactics during a forum Thursday at Cayuga Community College. Pam Helming, who is running on the Republican, Conservative and Independence lines, defended support she’s received from Albany Republicans, most notably the state Senate GOP’s campaign committee. The Auburn Citizen – News: Read More more
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