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Ontario man charged with forcible touching after domestic incident

Ontario man charged with forcible touching after domestic incident
On Saturday at approximately 11:47 p.m. deputies in Wayne County arrested a 38-year-old Ontario resident on forcible touching charges following an investigation into a domestic incident. Deputies say Lewis E. Fisher, 38, of Furnace Road was arrested on a warrant for forcible touching. In September deputies were called to Ridge Road, in Ontario, where they investigated a domestic incident between... more

Pursuit crosses county lines; ends with rollover crash in Geneva (photo)

Pursuit crosses county lines; ends with rollover crash in Geneva (photo)
First responders in Ontario and Yates counties were busy with a pursuit, which ended with a car crash in the Town of Geneva on Sunday. While details of the pursuit, or charges filed from it have not yet been released by law enforcement – the White Springs Fire Department published a photo to social media following their response to the... more

Suicide Prevention Coalition participates in It’s a Wonderful Life festival

Suicide Prevention Coalition participates in It’s a Wonderful Life festival
It was a powerful weekend for everyone involved. The Seneca County Suicide Prevention Coalition took part in this year’s “It’s a Wonderful Life Festival,” which was held in Seneca Falls over the weekend. The festival is based around Frank Capra’s classic film “It’s a Wonderful Life,” which is an uplifting tale about community, coming together, and perseverance. That participation included... more

Cayuga County Sheriff’s Department participates in No-Shave November and No-Shave December

Cayuga County Sheriff’s Department participates in No-Shave November and No-Shave December
Sheriff Dave Gould announces that numerous members of the Cayuga County Sheriff’s Department will once again be taking part in the No-Shave November and No-Shave December to raise funds for the American Cancer Society and a local non-for-profit charity. This is the fourth year that members of our Sheriff’s Department will have participated for these great causes. This year, there... more

Oaks participates in Toys for Tots collection

Oaks participates in Toys for Tots collection
Assemblyman Bob Oaks is partnering with the Marine Corps Reserve to support Toys for Tots this holiday season. The assemblyman’s office at 10 Leach Road in Lyons will serve as a collection point for new, unwrapped toys from now until December 7th. These gifts will benefit needy children throughout Wayne and Seneca counties. Drop-offs can be made between 9AM and... more

FOLIAGE REPORT: Finger Lakes primed this weekend for viewing

FOLIAGE REPORT: Finger Lakes primed this weekend for viewing
This will be the weekend to get out an enjoy the colors of fall. The latest report from iloveny.com indicates that the Central Finger Lakes is primed for enjoyment as folks get out and enjoy the last visual remains of fall. In the Finger Lakes region, Livingston County observers in Geneseo expect peak foliage this weekend. Look for 60-70 percent color change with rose-,... more

Marshall Exteriors ranked #37 in the Rochester Top 100

Marshall Exteriors ranked #37 in the Rochester Top 100
Marshall Exteriors, an Upstate New York leader in exterior home remodeling services, announced today that the company has been recognized as a Rochester Top 100 company. “As a proud company founded in Newark and serving the Rochester region, we are thrilled to be recognized as a Rochester Top 100 company.”, said Adam Olschewske. “The Rochester Top 100 Program was created... more

Generations Bank office in Union Springs is designated as a business banking development district

Generations Bank office in Union Springs is designated as a business banking development district
The New York State Department of Financial Services has designated the Generations Bank Union Springs office as part of its Banking Development District (BDD) program. The designation re-affirms Generations Bank’s commitment to the unique banking needs of the Union Springs area. Through the program, Generations will be able to offer or expand special programs including: Expanded discounts and underwriting for... more

Bella’s Last Blast: How a Brighton Teen is making a stand for AutismUp

Integration and inclusion are similar words, but do we really understand the meanings behind them? “Picture a bowl of cherries floating in a kitchen sink. They’re there, but they aren’t really in the water. Thats integration. Now when you spread the cherries into the water…that’s inclusion.  They occupy the same space.” Explains Marisa Geitner, president and CEO of Heritage Christian... more

South Seneca seniors graduating with honors

South Seneca seniors graduating with honors
This year, 17 South Seneca seniors have been awarded the distinction of honor graduate by earning a grade point average of 88 or higher. Honor graduates will wear a colored stole around their neck during the graduation ceremony at South Seneca High School Saturday, June 23rd. Some students will be additionally designated cum laude, magna cum laude and summa cum... more

Geneva Light Opera presents Rossini’s “The Barber of Seville” on stage at the Smith Opera House in July

Geneva Light Opera presents Rossini’s “The Barber of Seville” on stage at the Smith Opera House in July
For its 11th summer season offering, Geneva Light Opera presents Rossini’s rollicking comic opera, “The Barber of Seville,” with an outstanding cast of artists this summer in the historic Smith Opera House. The intriguing tale of a clever young woman, her eager lover, and their resourceful accomplice, “The Barber of Seville” is a tuneful testament to wit and romance. Three... more
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