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South Bristol board dives into Everwilde impact

The South Bristol Town Board began Monday the task of producing the final document that will address all environmental issues surrounding the proposed Everwilde Inn & Spa. “This is the first step of several to develop the Final Environmental Impact Statement,” said Kathy Spencer, principal environmental analyst with consultant LaBella Associates, who led what will be the first of many... more

South Bristol Town Board to talk Everwilde

A discussion Monday by the South Bristol Town Board will focus on the proposed Everwilde Inn & Spa. The board workshop will cover issues related to the Final Environmental Impact Statement for the project. Developers want to build a 50-guestroom inn with restaurant, cafe, spa and fitness center on 45.7 vacant acres on Seneca Point Road. The property, which includes... more

A messy issue at Golisano’s property in Ontario County

About $90,000 in unpaid school taxes remain on the books for Tom Golisano. The billionaire businessman is expected to announce within the next few weeks plans over the payment he’s withholding because of a geese issue at his lake property in South Bristol. As of Friday, Golisano had not decided whether he will pay the taxes and “he has not... more

Bristol Mountain gets fully-opened after snowfall

The Bristol Mountain ski resort reopened Tuesday, inviting intermediate- and advanced-level skiers and snowboarders to hit the Upper and Lower Rocket trails and the Comet Express lift. The 9 a.m. reopening came after the resort first opened the season on Nov. 11, its earliest start ever. “We were able to sneak in six days of fun skiing and snowboarding beginning... more

Bristol Harbour Village taking South Bristol to court

The homeowners’ association for Bristol Harbour Village is moving forward with its legal challenge against the South Bristol Town Board that approved a 64 percent increase in homeowners’ sewer rates. Attorney Mark Moretti with PhillipsLytle LLP, who represents Bristol Harbour Village Association (BHVA), said Wednesday documentation and other details are being gathering in preparation for the Article 78 court action.... more

Ontario County duo tried breaking into Canandaigua home

The Canandaigua Police Department arrested two Ontario County residents after authorities say they attempted to enter a residence on Gibson Street that belonged to neither of them. The owner of the home, according to Canandaigua PD, didn’t even know the two subjects who fled the scene. Police say that Garret M. Rossi, 26, of Bristol and Thomas D. Greer, 22,... more

Deputies: Naples man prevented victim from calling 911

On November 22nd around 8:01 pm deputies responded to a South Bristol residence for the report of a disturbance. Deputies say that Philip A. Deleo, 40, of Naples had disabled and taken away communication from a party attempting to call 911 during a domestic incident. He was subsequently charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief for disabling emergency communication efforts, as well... more

One child injured after Rochester driver crashes into van in Bristol

On Saturday around 9 am deputies responded to County Road 32 and Route 64 for a report of a crash with injuries in the Town of Bristol. Deputies say it was determined that Joseph Mancuso, 19, of Rochester was operating a 2017 Buick westbound on County Road 32 when he failed to negotiate a curve. Amy Logan, 36, of Bloomfield... more

Elderly Rochester man charged with felony DWI in Bristol

The Ontario County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a 78-year-old Rochester man on felony DWI charges, after it was found he had a conviction in the last 10 years. Deputies say David Lee Brown, 78, of Rochester was charged with felony driving while intoxicated. He was stopped on Friday at 7:22 on State Route 64 in Bristol. He will... more

Bristol Mountain opens early

The 2017-18 ski season at Bristol Mountain officially started at noon Saturday, the earliest opening day since Nov. 9, 1991, and the quickest opening time from the first snow coming out of the snow guns to the opening of a trail, according to Drew Broderick, director of sales and marketing. The snowmaking team started Friday morning, Broderick said. Sunset Trail... more

‘Bristol Mountain Super Six’ recognized

Six Bristol Mountain Freestyle Team members will compete this winter on the U.S. Ski & Snowboard Team — formerly the U.S. Ski Team. Today, one of the team members is to receive special recognition on behalf of the team of local athletes known as the “Bristol Mountain Super Six.” Pittsford native Morgan Schild, 20, a U.S. Ski & Snowboard Freestyle... more

ELECTION NIGHT LIVE 2017 (webcast replay)

Josh Durso, Jackie Augustine & Jim Sinicropi were live inside the all-new FingerLakes1.com Studio on Election Night for results, reaction, interviews and analysis from Tuesday’s vote in Cayuga, Ontario, Schuyler, Seneca, Tompkins, Wayne and Yates Counties. Hear from Seneca Falls Town Supervisor Greg Lazzaro, successful Seneca Falls Town Council candidate Doug Avery, Geneva City Supervisor candidates Lou Guard &  Dom... more

Ritts is new DA in Ontario County

Ontario County has a new district attorney for the first time in 28 years. First Assistant District Attorney Jim Ritts, running on the Republican line, defeated Kristina “Kitty” Karle, 12,194 to 8,936, in unofficial results posted by the Ontario County Board of Elections Tuesday evening. Ritts had defeated Karle in the GOP primary in September and following that primary, Karle... more
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