Category: Stanley

Two airlifted with serious injuries after car-motorcycle crash in Seneca County

Two airlifted with serious injuries after car-motorcycle crash in Seneca County

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office provided an update on a serious crash that happened on East Lake Road on Sunday. Around 3 p.m. deputies were called to a car vs. motorcycle crash on in the town of Fayette. Deputies said a motorcyclist, ... MORE
DEBRIEF: Canandaigua Emergency Squad feels pinch of pandemic (podcast)

DEBRIEF: Canandaigua Emergency Squad feels pinch of COVID-19 (podcast)

The Canandaigua Emergency Squad is the busiest 911 response center in Ontario County. It’s been that way for more than 80 years. Chief Matt Sproul says his team responds to more than 6,000 calls for service per year. Their coverage area includes ... MORE
Deputies: No injuries reported after tractor-trailer rollover crash shuts down Rt. 14A in Ontario County

Deputies: No injuries reported after tractor-trailer rollover crash shuts down Rt. 14A in Ontario County

On Tuesday around 11:40 a.m. deputies and the Stanely Fire Department responded to State Route 14A in the town of Geneva for a tractor-trailer rollover. When first responders arrived on-scene it was found that the driver failed to navigate a curve in ... MORE
Ontario County Board of Supervisors implements hiring freeze at lengthy meeting

Ontario County Board of Supervisors implements hiring freeze

The Ontario County Board of Supervisors met Thursday making significant moves amid concerns of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Board originally planned to meet at the Finger Lakes Community College, but the meeting was held online via the WebEx conferencing service due to ... MORE
Supervisor continues hammering environmental, economic issues in Ontario County

Supervisor Lou Guard continues advocacy on environmental, economic issues in Ontario County

Geneva City Supervisor Lou Guard believes Ontario County is 'healthy', but don't take that assessment as complacency. Guard talked about the progress and growth in Ontario, and the opportunities county government still has in front of it. "It's one of the growing ... MORE
Monthly dinners allow local ambulance company to buy new equipment

Monthly dinners allow local ambulance company to buy new equipment

Who would have thought that a bunch of wings and pizza could translate to new equipment for a local ambulance company? Apparently, the Stanley-Hall-Gorham Ambulance did. And it paid off. The Finger Lakes Times reports that from October to April, the ambulance ... MORE
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Ontario County farm added to methane extraction project led by Brightmark

Ontario County farm added to methane extraction project led by Brightmark

An Ontario County farm has been added to a Western New York Biogas project. Finger Lakes News Radio reports that Lawnhurst Farms in Stanley will take part in the Yellowjacket project by San Francisco-based energy company Brightmark. The farm will join five ... MORE
Supervisor from Manchester focuses on infrastructure, taxes in campaign

Supervisor from Manchester focuses on infrastructure, taxes in campaign

Manchester Town Supervisor Mike Gallahan says running for New York State Assembly in the 131st District first crossed his mind a couple years ago. Then-Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb, R-Canandaigua, was contemplating a gubernatorial run. That was when Gallahan says he was ... MORE
Stanley resident charged with DWI after roadside disturbance

Stanley resident charged with DWI after roadside disturbance

Deputies say they were called to Swamp Road early Sunday morning for the report of a disturbance. While details of the incident were not released in a statement, the Ontario County Sheriff’s Office did arrest 31-year-old Joshua Hey. The Stanley resident was ... MORE
Stanley woman charged with DWI after crash hospitalizes two passengers

Stanley woman charged with DWI after crash hospitalizes two passengers

A Stanley woman was charged with driving while intoxicated after a single-vehicle crash, which resulted in two being hospitalized. Deputies say Alicia Proctor, 23, lost control of her car on State Route 364 on Friday. Joshua Sykeman, 26, of Penn Yan, and ... MORE
TRAVEL ADVISORY: Sheriff Henderson says accidents being reported, visibility becoming an issue

TRAVEL ADVISORY: Sheriff Henderson says accidents being reported, visibility becoming an issue

Sheriff Kevin M. Henderson has issued a Travel Advisory, due to increasing snow and hazardous driving conditions. Numerous accidents are being reported and visibility is also a concern. “The travel advisory does NOT restrict travel,” Henderson explained. “But does advise of hazardous ... MORE
INSIDE THE FLX: Matt Miller looks to challenge Assemblyman Kolb in November (podcast)

INSIDE THE FLX: Matt Miller talks NYS Assembly campaign in 131st District (podcast)

This week on Episode #212 of the Inside the FLX podcast – Matthew Miller is in-studio. He’s talking about his campaign for Assembly District #131 after the announcement that Assemblyman Brian Kolb (R-Canandaigua) would not seek another term this fall. The young ... MORE
Ontario County continues push to recover $2.4M in funds

Ontario County continues push to recover $2.4M in funds

On Thursday the Ontario County Board of Supervisors met for its regular monthly meeting. The Board considered and approved a total of 52 resolutions. Board Chairman John Marren (Victor) said that the most important resolution of the night was the resolution presented ... MORE
One charged after domestic incident in Seneca Falls

One charged after domestic incident in Seneca Falls

The Seneca Falls Police Department reports the arrest of a 31-year-old Stanley resident following a domestic dispute. Jered Proctor, 31, of Stanley is accused of causing damage to multiple items in another person’s residence in Seneca Falls. He was charged with criminal ... MORE
Supervisors debate occupancy tax expansion for small properties in Ontario County

Supervisors debate occupancy tax expansion for small properties in Ontario County

On Thursday the Ontario County Board of Supervisors considered a resolution to impose an occupancy tax of up to three percent (3%) on lodging facilities of three rooms or less.  Currently, New York’s tax code exempts these facilities from the occupancy tax ... MORE