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UPDATE: Lyons man dies after being struck by vehicle

Deputies say one person was airlifted to Strong Memorial Hospital after being struck by a vehicle on Stoney Lonesome Road in Williamson on Monday. The accident happened around 6:20 p.m., according to deputies who say that Stuart Pearson, 68, of Ontario was traveling west on Lake Road — approaching the intersection of White Birch Cove — when he struck a... more

Three arrested on felony robbery charges after Pick Quick investigation in Geneva

Police say three arrests have been made in connection with a robbery that took place at Pick Quick in Geneva on April 29th. Around 8:32 p.m. Geneva Police and deputies from three Sheriff’s Offices arrested Jessica L. Cram, 27, of Wolcott, Miguel A. Perez, 26, of Wolcott, and Orlando Perez-Lopez, 39. The trio were charged with first-degree robbery, a Class... more

Sheriff: Contractor took $9K from Palmyra resident, now charged with grand larceny

Wayne County Sheriff Barry Virts reports the arrest of a Penfield man on grand larceny charges following an investigation into a contractor scam. In November 2017 deputies received a call from a Palmyra resident that a contractor he hired to work on his building — never completed the job, and never reimbursed him his payment. Ryan P. Frawley, 22, was... more

Officials react as AG Schneiderman resigns amid claims of violence, assault

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who had taken on high-profile roles as an advocate for women’s issues and an antagonist to the policies of President Donald Trump, announced late Monday that he would be resigning from office hours after four women he was romantically involved with accused him of physical violence in accounts published by The New Yorker. Schneiderman, who had been... more

Inside New York Kitchen in Canandaigua

When the former New York Wine & Culinary Center, now New York Kitchen, brings in craft brewers and beer lovers from across the state for its inaugural NYK Craft Brew and Barbecue Fest June 23, it will showcase one of the ways the center is whetting the appetites of people everywhere to come to the Chosen Spot. Beefing up the... more

Disagreement over bullying erupts at Waterloo school board meeting

The Waterloo school district is doing all it can to address the issue of bullying of students. Or it isn’t doing nearly enough. Both viewpoints were aired at Monday’s school board meeting. After several parents and students expressed concerns at recent board meetings about the extent of bullying and a perceived lack of effectively dealing with it, Middle School Principal... more

THE LEADERSHIP JOURNEY: Emma Bauso, Rosa Howard-Poston & Alyssa Whitfield (podcast)

Join Gwen Webber-McLeod for May’s special Mother’s Day edition of The Leadership Journey where she will be joined in-studio by  Emma Bauso, photographer & stationary designer, Rosa Howard-Poston, licensed mental health counselor and Alyssa Whitfield, founder of Dress for Success Rochester. The discussion includes balancing work life with motherhood and the challenges facing mothers as they lead their children on... more

Ontario County Office of Sheriff for the month of April 2018

Sheriff Philip C. Povero reports the following statistics for the the month of April 2018, from the divisions of the Ontario County Office of Sheriff: The 9-1-1 Center processed a total of 14,759 events, including 6,854 events for the sheriff’s office / state police, 1,040 calls for emergency medical services, 504 calls for fire departments, 4,351 events for the Canandaigua... more

Freedom Parade honors Sampson’s 75th anniversary

This year’s honor float in the Freedom Parade pays tribute to the 75th anniversary of the establishment of Sampson Naval Training Station, now Sampson State Park. Parade Co-Chair Sarah Smolinski and Nicole Hunsberger invite all veterans of Sampson Naval Training Station and Sampson Air Force Base to ride on the float, being constructed by Romulus Girl Scouts. An estimated that... more

Author Spotlight with Philip Ackerman

The Ford Library welcomes author and professor Philip Ackerman-Leist to tell the (pre)cautionary tale of how the Italian town of Mals set a global precedent by passing the world’s first municipal referendum and ordinances to ban all synthetic pesticides. At the same time the region will support the transition of all farmers to organic systems and support new local sustainable... more

O’Mara, Senate advance ‘Affordability Agenda’ to combat high taxes

State Senator Tom O’Mara (R,C,I-Big Flats) today joined his Senate colleagues to approve a broad-based “Affordability Agenda” aimed at reducing New York State’s high tax burden. “Governor Cuomo began his tenure back in 2011 by stating that New York State cannot survive as the tax capital of America. I agreed one-hundred percent but eight years down the road, we still... more

del Lago Resort & Casino adds new shows to summer lineup at The Vine

Del Lago Resort & Casino is pleased to announce four shows have been added to its summer lineup at The Vine. Incubus will perform August 10th, Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo will perform with Rick Springfield July 27th, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real will take the stage July 20th and Mini KISS will perform June 21st. Tickets to Mini KISS go on sale at noon Wednesday, May 9.... more