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Waterloo woman charged with DWI after crashing into ditch

Waterloo woman charged with DWI after crashing into ditch
Deputies in Ontario County report that Kimberly D. Parsons, 35, of Waterloo was arrested for driving while intoxicated after an incident on Cross Road in the Town of Phelps. Parsons allegedly crashed her vehicle into a ditch and when deputies arrived on scene they found her to be operating the vehicle with a blood-alcohol content higher than .08 percent. Parsons... more

Drunk driver crashes through embankment, mailboxes, and tree in Penn Yan

Drunk driver crashes through embankment, mailboxes, and tree in Penn Yan
A 33-year-old Branchport man was arrested for driving while intoxicated on Wednesday at 1:04 am after an accident, which left multiple homes in Penn Yan without power for four hours. As residents dealt with no power during the overnight hours on Clinton Street in Penn Yan, officers arrested Robert S. Johns II, 33, of Branchport after he allegedly was traveling... more

Fingerlakes Mall turns Event Center over to promoter as RC, other new stores open

Fingerlakes Mall turns Event Center over to promoter as RC, other new stores open
As the holiday season approaches, Fingerlakes Mall is adding stores — and possibilities. The Aurelius shopping center this month added handmade clothing store Inti’s Path and hobby shop Small Addictions RC, welcomed back Go Calendars and bumped up 20th Century Toys to full-time tenancy. Meanwhile, the mall has also signed 727 Entertainment, a new entity that includes rock promoter Gigsmack,... more

Sodus woman charged with stealing, selling dog in Webster

Sodus woman charged with stealing, selling dog in Webster
A Sodus woman is facing a variety of charges after she allegedly stole a dog from a facility she worked at, and then sold the animal for $400 to an individual in Canandaigua. The incident took place in Webster at TheraVet Acres, where 23-year-old Cassandra Blake, of Sodus, was an employee. Monroe County deputies say that Blake stole the dog... more

DEC, DOH answer questions about soil contamination from former Geneva Foundry

DEC, DOH answer questions about soil contamination from former Geneva Foundry
For 120 years, the Geneva Foundry on Jackson Street spewed smoke and soot containing lead and arsenic into the air. Particles of those hazardous items settled into the lawns and soil of a wide area of the neighborhood. Children played in the dirt. People planted gardens and flowers. Sheds, patios, garages and additions were built. None of the 60 or... more

Wayne County collects massive amount of unused, unwanted drugs

Wayne County collects massive amount of unused, unwanted drugs
Wayne County law enforcement agencies collected nearly 650 pounds of pharmaceutical medication as part of the national drug take-back day Saturday. Sheriff Barry Virts said the WayneNET law enforcement consortium, which includes municipal police departments, state police and the sheriff’s office, took in 647 pounds of expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs and over-the-counter medication during the event. They were... more

Seneca Falls Town Board seeks ‘philosophical’ changes at budget workshops

Seneca Falls Town Board seeks ‘philosophical’ changes at budget workshops
“If you can’t afford the best, you go with less.” Those were the words spoken by Seneca Falls Town Supervisor Greg Lazzaro at Wednesday’s third, and final budget workshop day, which hosted water and sewer, as well as public safety workshops. Nothing will be official until the board adopts the budget, which is subject to a public hearing on November... more

FLX receives first taste of winter, NYSEG says snow likely caused outages

FLX receives first taste of winter, NYSEG says snow likely caused outages
The calendar says October, but walking outside on Thursday morning made it feel like late-November or December. The temperatures were hanging in the low- to mid-30s with a light layer of snow on the ground. It wasn’t enough to cause any major delays, or even any significant headaches on area roadways – but it was enough to cause some minor... more

Seneca Falls woman killed in West River Road collision

Seneca Falls woman killed in West River Road collision
The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports that on Wednesday evening at 5:00 pm, Seneca County Deputies responded to tractor trailer-car motor vehicle accident on West River Road, just west of Knauss Road, in the Town of Fayette. Sheriff’s deputies report that a 1994 GMC Tractor trailer operated by Fredrick Jensen, age 72 of 1073 Marshall Road in Waterloo, was pulling out... more

Cananadaigua Arrest Blotter 7/13 – 7/24

Cananadaigua Arrest Blotter 7/13 – 7/24
The Cananadaigua Police Department reports the following arrests. All individuals are considered innocent until proven guilty.   Melanie D. Elbert, age 54 of Okeechobee, FL was arrested on July 13 at 1:59 am for operation of a motor vehicle with BAC .08; DWI; unsafe turn/failure to signal Ellen R. Kimball, age 51 of Rushville, was arrested on July 17 at 4:20 am for aggravated unlicensed operation of a... more

Watkins Glen Police Blotter 7/15 – 7/27

Watkins Glen Police Blotter 7/15 – 7/27
The Watkins Glen Police Department reports the following arrests. All individuals are considered innocent until proven guilty.   Megan M Jasak, age 30 of Windsor, NY was arrested on July 15 and charged with petit larceny.  Jasak was arraigned in the Village of Watkins Glen Court and released pending further court action. Dewain F Downes, age 31 of Watkins Glen, was arrested  on July... more

Two arrested at Ontario County Jail after investigation into drug sales

Two arrested at Ontario County Jail after investigation into drug sales
Deputies in Ontario County say that two Ontario County Jail inmates have been arrested on drug-related charges following an investigation into the sale of a controlled substance on April 27 inside the facility. Kyle Neil Holmes, 28, of Palmyra was charged with criminal sale of a controlled substance in the fourth degree following an investigation into the sale of a... more

No daytime access to TCAT/Gadabout facility starting 8/1 possibly through 8/3

No daytime access to TCAT/Gadabout facility starting 8/1 possibly through 8/3
Due to construction, Norfolk Southern’s railroad tracks at Willow Avenue will be closed effective Monday, August 1, Tuesday, August 2, and possibly Wednesday, August 3, from 9 am to 4 pm. Vehicular traffic, including TCAT’s Route 13, will not be able to access TCAT’s and Gadabout Transportation Services, Inc.’s facility at 737 Willow Avenue from Willow Avenue during those time... more
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