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Missing teacher found safe at Victor Walmart

While details are still few and far between – first responders have confirmed that the missing Rochester City School District employee, who had been at the center of a multi-day search was found at the Victor Walmart located on State Route 96. She was last seen prior at the Eastview Mall in Victor down the road from the store. First... more

HWS ranks tops in NY, fifth in US for post-grad employment

Students at Hobart and William Smith Colleges have a better shot at being successfully employed post-graduation than those at any other college in the state. According to a recent study by Zippia, a California-based career search and employment services company, the colleges in Geneva are the top institution in New York and fifth in the nation when it comes to... more

Driver airlifted after cement mixer crashes, falls down embankment in Naples

Deputies say a 37-year-old Arkport woman was airlifted from the scene of a serious accident on Hickory Bottom Road in Naples. Carmen M. Marvin, 37, was operating a cement mixer owned by Hanson Aggregates New York LLC., when the truck overturned while going down a steep portion of the roadway. As result the mixer tipped onto its side, went over... more

Police: Teens charged with felonies for stealing car, fleeing troopers in Elbridge

A 14-year-old boy and 13-year-old girl have been charged with multiple felonies following a police pursuit in the village of Elbridge, police said. According to New York State Police, at around 2 a.m. Saturday, troopers responded to the area of Brown Street in an attempt to locate a stolen vehicle. That vehicle was then spotted on State Route 5, and... more

Deputies: Man threatened two with knife at Sodus Point establishment

Deputies say a Cazenovia man was taken into custody and arrested after threatening two separate people with a knife in the Town of Sodus. The incident happened around 8 am on Monday, according to deputies, who say that Steven W. Sherman, 37, was taken into custody after leaving the scene. The scene was located at Hots Point in Sodus Point,... more

WEBER THIS WEEK: Author & former Reveille editor Joe Siccardi (podcast)

On this week’s edition of Weber This Week meet Joe Siccardi, former resident of Seneca Falls. He now lives in Maine where he recently published a new book, “Heaven Shining Through”. Siccardi was also the former owner and editor of the Reveille Between The Lakes weekly newspaper. . more

Cayuga Nation plans to house inmates in Pennsylvania

The Cayuga Nation has taken another step in establishing its own judicial system, as federal representative Clint Halftown and his council have signed a contract with a Pennsylvania prison to house inmates arrested by the nation’s police force. Late last week, Cambria County commissioners approved a three-year agreement between Cambria County Prison and the Cayuga Nation. Cambria County Prison Warden... more

Cherry Fest a success at Varick Winery despite rain, clouds (video)

Despite the rainy, dreary weekend in the Finger Lakes – 2018’s Cherry Festival, hosted by Varick Winery & Vineyard went off without a snag. The event featured local musicians, local food, and a plethora of cherries – available for consumption and picking. “This is one of the most-unique events in the region,” Shelly Inglor said on Monday. The 21-year-old had... more

After 34 years, Abigail’s Restaurant in Seneca Falls will close

Abigail’s Restaurant opened in Seneca Falls in April of 1984. Now, 34 years later following the death earlier this month of long time owner Jeanne Legott, they will close their doors. Legott’s Abigails has hosted countless family dinners, lunch buffets, wedding receptions. business meetings and events of all sizes over the past three decades. Most recently, they gained notoriety for... more

Tompkins County authorities seek help finding missing vulnerable teen

Authorities in Tompkins County are asking for help finding a missing vulnerable person. The Tompkins County Sheriff’s Office says Alice Fenton, 16, was last seen at 5 a.m. Monday on North Van Dorn Road in the Town of Enfield. Fenton is described as 5′ 2″ tall, about 147 pounds with blue eyes. Anyone with information is asked to call 607-272-2444.... more

Teens steal van from Hillside in Romulus, caught in Corning

Two teenagers were arrested in by Corning Police after they allegedly stole a minivan from Hillside’s Varick Campus in Romulus early Sunday morning. Corning Police received a call on Sunday around 4:30 AM reporting a gray minivan near McKinney Park that was driving without its lights on. Officers said they found a gray 2010 Dodge Caravan at the park, but... more

MRB Group announces Merger, Expansion

MRB Group recently announced the decision to join forces with Chatfield Engineers in a move that further expands its municipal services team and broadens the spectrum of services to clients of both firms. “In order to serve the increasing needs of clients, we also need to grow and evolve,” said Ryan Colvin, PE, President of MRB Group. “The decision to... more

Blue-Green Algae: The summer guest Honeoye didn’t invite

In the Finger Lakes, summertime is highly anticipated and upon arrival, cherished. The temperament of Upstate New York isn’t exactly amiable for a good part of the year, so when people can be on or near the lake — enjoying the sunshine — they take full advantage. Something has been threatening this prized lake time in recent years, to the... more

Circular EnerG lawyer praises Assembly for no vote on incinerator bill

Circular EnerG lawyer praises Assembly for no vote on incinerator bill ROMULUS — There’s at least one party happy the state Assembly did not vote on a bill that would have removed waste-to-energy incinerators from the state’s Article 10 review process. That is the sponsor of the $365 million incinerator in the town of Romulus: Circular EnerG LLC of Rochester.... more

Geneva’s Parrott Hall to be razed

The effort to save a historic building on the Ag Station campus is apparently over. Jan Nyrop, director of Cornell AgriTech at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, informed employees Friday by email that Parrott Hall, site of the first building on the station property, will be demolished this week, with work starting as early as Monday. The building,... more

Seneca Falls woman charged with aggravated DWI after crash

Police say a 28-year-old Seneca Falls woman was arrested for driving with a BAC above 0.18 percent after a one-car accident on State Route 89. The accident happened on Sunday around 4:27 am and while there were no injuries reported, the driver – identified as Eunice Dreier-Irwin, 28, of Seneca Falls was charged with DWI and aggravated DWI. She was... more

Clyde woman charged with DWI in Seneca Falls

On June 23rd at 7:59 pm, the Seneca Falls Police Department arrested a 53-year-old Clyde woman after a traffic stop on State Route 414. Terri M. Lauricella, of Clyde was charged with misdemeanor driving while intoxicated, driving with a BAC of 0.08 percent or more, un-inspected motor vehicle, and failure to use designated lane. Lauricella was processed at the Town... more

Canandaigua Academy Class of 2018, ‘The world needs you’

The Canandaigua Academy Class of 2018 is the first class of students born in the new millenium, CA Board of Education President Jeanie Grimm pointed out at Sunday’s commencement. But of greater significance — the accomplishments of this class of 278 graduates who received diplomas at the 11 a.m. ceremony at Constellation Brands-Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center. Referring to numerous... more
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