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Farmington woman charged with DWAI drugs and alcohol following traffic stop

A 27-year-old Farmington woman was arrested for driving while ability impaired by drugs after a traffic stop on Outlet Road in the Town of Manchester. Deputies say Katelyn Marie Demeyers, 27, of Farmington was charged with driving while ability impaired by drugs by deputies on Saturday at 12:51 am following a traffic stop for failing to keep right on State... more

Could remedy finally be coming for dangerous Farmington intersection?

It was a familiar sight at the intersection of County Road 28 and Shortville Road on Thursday for Shortsville Fire Chief Jason Wagner. Damaged vehicles were being hauled away on flatbed trucks due to a violent crash, while those that had been inside the vehicles were being shuttled off to hospitals. While it wasn’t eh first accident of the year... more

Names released in serious Farmington crash; one driver remains in guarded condition

UPDATE: FRIDAY, 8:03 PM Police have identified the drivers involved in the serious crash in Farmington, which left two men hospitalized on Thursday. The operator of the Nissan Versa was 84-year-old Walter Davis, of Shortsville. Davis is in guarded condition, according to State Police, who provided an update on Friday. The operator of the van, which struck Davis’ Versa was identified as 54-year-old... more

Our FL History: The Ku Klux Klan in the Finger Lakes

The history of the Ku Klux Klan presence in the Finger Lakes region of Upstate New York in the 1920’s as narrated by Walter Gable, Seneca County Historian. more

Farmington man accused of strangling wife during domestic incident

Farmington man accused of strangling wife during domestic incident
On Tuesday, a Farmington man was arrested following an investigation into a domestic incident. Deputies in Ontario County say that Jorge L. Suarez-Toledo, 23, of Farmington was charged with strangulation in the second degree, endangering the welfare of a child and criminal mischief in the fourth degree following an investigation into a domestic incident. Toledo allegedly choked his wife, Jennifer... more

Farmington woman charged with DWAI after striking mailboxes, road signs, tree before flipping car

A Farmington woman was charged with driving while ability impaired by drugs after a one car crash was reported in the Town of Canandaigua on Monday around 6:20 am. Deputies in Ontario County say that Alysha E. Evancho, 24, of Farmington was charged with driving while ability impaired by drugs after a one car crash on Parrish Street Extension in... more

Farmington man charged in domestic incident after causing 10-year-old to hit wall

Farmington man charged in domestic incident after causing 10-year-old to hit wall
Deputies in Ontario County say that a 25-year-old Farmington resident is behind bars awaiting arraignment following a domestic incident, which involved a female victim and two children. Deputies say Raymond L. Williams, 25, of Farmington was arrested for endangering the welfare of a child and disorderly conduct. Authorities say the dispute involved Williams and a 27-year-old female. Raymond allegedly forcefully... more

Shortsville man charged with menacing in incident using crossbow

A Shortsville man was charged with menacing after an incident in the Town of Manchester, which Ontario County Deputies described as a “disturbance.” Lee Owen Morgan, 26, of Shortsville was charged with menacing in the second degree after deputies responded to an incident at the West Wind Mobile Home Park located on County Road 7 in the Town of Manchester.... more

Multi-generational Farmington Family Fun Fest planned

Multi-generational Farmington Family Fun Fest planned
The first annual Farmington Family Fun Fest, hosted by the Farmington Chamber of Commerce, will be a departure from past years' Oktoberfests at Gateway Park on Routes 332 and 96. That's exactly what Chamber members had in mind, according to Chamber president John Malvaso. The Saturday, Aug. 27, event at Farmington Town Park will bring multi-generational fun — a "complete... more

#ICYMI in the Finger Lakes: Looking back at top stories from Aug. 7-13

#ICYMI in the Finger Lakes: Looking back at top stories from Aug. 7-13
The second week of August will go down as a busy one in the FingerLakes1.com newsroom, as a frequently slow period for news — saw multiple news items break. “#ICYMI in the FLX” will be a weekly, weekend recap of the top stories from around the Finger Lakes. Readers will dictate what stories end up in this feature — as... more

Man charged after multiple incidents on State Route 332; allegedly yelled at Expressmart customer

Man charged after multiple incidents on State Route 332; allegedly yelled at Expressmart customer
A Michigan man was charged after an incident at the Expressmart on State Route 332 in Farmington. Deputies say that they received reports of a male acting wildly early-Saturday morning. Deputies said that after the initial incident, which allegedly involved the 18-year-old male, identified as Alex W. Nielsen, banging his head on his truck and yelling at customers at the... more

One hospitalized after accident on County Road 19

One hospitalized after accident on County Road 19
One person was hospitalized Saturday afternoon after an accident in Manchester on County Road 19. Deputies say that Russell Eastwood, 83, of Watkins Glen was traveling south on Freshour Road when he stopped at a stop sign and entered the intersection with County Road 19. When Eastwood pulled out onto County Road 19 he pulled into the path of a... more

Development abound in Farmington where multiple plans are on tap

Development abound in Farmington where multiple plans are on tap
Big things are happening just off New York State Thruway exit 44. Even bigger than usual for the 40-square-mile, 13,000-resident boom town of Farmington. Sure, there’s been significant growth over the last decade, but an additional uptick this year in residential and commercial development has officials both hustling and smiling. Director of Planning and Development Ron Brand effortlessly rattles off... more

Finger Lakes Gaming & Racetrack cancels Saturday live racing event

Live racing has been cancelled on Saturday, Aug. 13, at Finger Lakes Gaming and Racetrack. Track officials say the change was made to help maintain horse field size for future racing days on the schedule. Senior Director of Marketing Steve Martin says maintaining races with an optimum number of entrants is important not only to be able to conduct racing,... more

Serious crash in Canandaigua sends three to Strong, two children among seriously injured

Serious crash in Canandaigua sends three to Strong, two children among seriously injured
On Tuesday, at approximately 7:05 pm deputies in Ontario County responded to State Route 21 south on Hickox Road in the Town of Canandaigua for a two car crash with entrapment. When deputies performed an investigation, they learned that Amy Reeg, 40, of Farmington was traveling north on State Route 21, turning left onto Hickox Road and failed to yield... more

Charred Farmington motel will be demolished months after fire

Charred Farmington motel will be demolished months after fire
After six months and multiple complaints from neighboring business owners and residents, a Route 96 eyesore is about to be demolished. America's Best Value Inn, the Route 96 motel destroyed by fire in the early morning hours of Feb. 15, will be razed on August 15, according to Farmington Code Enforcement Officer James Morse. Demolition of the structure at 6037... more
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