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Geneva City Council will interview Ward 6 candidates on Tuesday

Geneva City Council will interview Ward 6 candidates on Tuesday
A special meeting is scheduled for Geneva City Council on Tuesday. Council will be tasked with interviewing prospective candidates to possibly represent Ward 6. City Council must appoint a person to fill that seat, since the City Charter requires it be filled, and not left vacant. However, Edith Wormley, who was appointed by City Council, ultimately turned down the post.... more

Police: Seneca Falls woman airlifted after crash at busy intersection

Police: Seneca Falls woman airlifted after crash at busy intersection
The Seneca Falls Police Department reports that one person was airlifted to Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse following a two-car crash at the intersection of State Route 414 and North Road on Sunday. The crash happened around 10:30 a.m. when a vehicle being operated by Frances C. Riccione, 88, of Seneca Falls failed to stop at a steady red signal... more

Details emerge in Thompson Health Snapchat case

Details emerge in Thompson Health Snapchat case
The use of social media for ill purposes is forcing employers to revisit policies and tighten security. That is what UR Medicine Thompson Health had to do last summer after an investigation revealed that five certified nursing assistants, or CNAs, at M.M. Ewing Continuing Care Center took photographs and videos of residents on their cell phones and shared some of... more

SUNDAY CONVERSATION: Steve Keeler on the future of media in Finger Lakes (podcast)

SUNDAY CONVERSATION: Steve Keeler on the future of media in Finger Lakes
What does the future of media – in all forms – look like in the years to come? To answer that question, we sit down with one of the individuals who is educating and developing the next-generation of talent. Steve Keeler, Director of the Media and Telecommunications Programs at Cayuga Community College, was in-studio talking about it. Keeler also serves... more

Dundee event will focus on local Mennonite culture

Dundee event will focus on local Mennonite culture
Forty-five years ago, the first Mennonite family migrated to Yates County from Ephrata, Pa. Despite daily contact with members of the community over the many years they have been here, myths and assumptions about these deeply religious people prevail. The Dundee Area Historical Society is hosting a dinner program June 5 that feature speakers who can share insight about the... more

Cheshire marks a day of remembering the fallen

Cheshire marks a day of remembering the fallen
It’s always the right time to remember the fallen. That was clear Saturday when Cheshire residents refused to let pouring rain dampen their gratitude for those who served and died for their country. The 2019 Cheshire Memorial Day Commemoration and Community Picnic was hosted Saturday by the Cheshire Community Action Team in partnership with the Cheshire Volunteer Fire Department. The... more