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Canandaigua man charged with DWI after ‘domestic type’ incident

On Sunday a Canandaigua man was charged after an incident that deputies are calling a ‘domestic type incident’. According to deputies, Ryan C. Walker, 19, of Canandaigua was arrested on Railroad Avenue in Rushville following an investigation into a domestic type incident between himself and his girlfriend. Walker is said to have tried to leave the scene of the incident,... more

Walworth man charged with DWI after traffic stop in Gorham

Deputies in Ontario County say they arrested a Walworth man after he was observed weaving in a vehicle on State Route 364 in Gorham. Ian T. Ellison, 27, of Walworth was arrested after he was observed weaving within the lane and crossing the center line on Route 364. Ellison was found to be intoxicated and taken into custody after the... more

Former mayor moves to dissolve village of Rushville

In the midst of a legal battle over the future of the village-owned Martin Tire building – a dispute that has divided many, including the mayor and former mayor – former mayor Jon Bagley is working to force a vote on dissolving the village. “I am trying to find a positive solution for everyone,” Bagley said Monday, referring to the... more

W-FL Friday: Burri’s putback sinks Pal-Mac, Mynderse passes road test & Bloomfield wins at Red Jacket

A full Friday night of W-FL boys basketball had teams from all three leagues in action. The biggest questions of the night… could #1 Mynderse win a tough match-up on the road against Wayne, is Midlakes ready to content in the Finger Lakes East, and who are the contenders and pretenders in the Finger Lakes West? Full results, updated standings... more

W-FL Tuesday: Newark edges Wayne, Tyler Norris scores 1000th & Carswell throws down on Penn Yan

A full slate of games on Tuesday night in Wayne-Finger Lakes boys high school basketball action with 24 of the 26 W-FL teams in action. North Rose-Wolcott senior Tyler Norris scored his 1,000th career point, South Seneca defeated Romulus in the south-end rivalry game, and Newark hung on to edge the visiting Wayne Eagles as Finger Lakes East play opened... more

W-FL Thursday: Marcus Whitman trounces Dundee

Dundee, standing at 3-0 heading into Thursday night, would play host to the 1-2 Marcus Whitman Wildcasts and the result was all Whitman, 71-42. Burlin Allen led the charge with a career-high 6 three pointers while Nick Young scored 15 and Riley McLoud had 14 points. Dundee was led by Wylie Hall who had 12 in the loss. More results... more

W-FL Tuesday: Strait’s buzzer beater lifts Dundee, Dan Brown’s triple-double powers Red Jacket

Eight of the nine Finger Lakes West boys varsity basketball teams were in action on Tuesday night along with the Newark Reds who hosted Class AA University Prep. The games in the West revealed that no team is safe on any night this winter as three of the four contests were decided by a total of seven points. Full results... more

W-FL Hoops Opener: Mynderse tops Whitman in Rushville

The 2016-17 Wayne-Finger Lakes basketball season got underway with an early opener on Tuesday night that saw the #2 Mynderse Academy Blue Devils travel to Rushville to face #8 Marcus Whitman Wildcats in the first official game in all of Section V. Mynderse would build upon a 34-27 halftime lead to take a commanding 53-32 advantage after the third quarter.... more

Upstate Hoops Podcast Premiere: FL1 Sports live webcast schedule, W-FL Power Rankings & Girls Super Six revealed

FingerLakes1.com unveiled their 2016-17 live webcast schedule during the season premiere of the Upstate Hoops Podcast on Sunday night on FingerLakes1.TV. In addition to the live webcast schedule reveal, the FL1 Sports preseason W-FL Boys Power Rankings and Girls Super Six were released and a preview of the NYCC Tip-Off Classic, a quadruple-header set for next Saturday that will be streamed... more

Ontario County schools making the grade on attendance

Movie director, actor and comedian Woody Allen once said 80 percent of success is showing up. Although many agree with the sentiment, most officials from schools large and small in Ontario County feel they can and should do better by always making school attendance a top priority. And this year, attendance is a topic of discussion among school communities Geneva... more

Ontario County Sheriff’s staff completes Civil Refresher Training Program

Sixty-eight Deputy Sheriffs and civilian staff from 27 Sheriff’s Offices around the state recently completed a Civil Refresher Training Course, providing specialized training in Civil Law Enforcement. Sessions were held in Ontario and Rockland Counties for this program. Deputy Patrick Fitzgerald, Finance Clerk I Susan Hughes, and Finance Clerk I Debra Cunningham, participated in the training. Sponsored by the New... more

Whitman students learn about county landfill beyond the blue bin

Students in the Marcus Whitman ECO program got an inside look at landfill and recycling operations Wednesday at the Ontario County Landfill. With an expansion underway within the 389-acre site and a state-of-the-art recycling facility, the students had plenty to get excited about. And they were. Questions kept coming from the class of sixth-graders in the Environmental Classroom Opportunity Program,... more

Section V football quarterfinal weekend schedule

The Section V football postseason kicks-off this weekend with quarterfinal action across the region. Also, the annual Connors & Ferris Bowl games will be contested between schools who did not qualify for Sectionals. The full weekend play-off slate is below… THURSDAY 10/20 – CONNORS & FERRIS BOWL SEMIFINALS CLASS AA (12) Webster Thomas (9) Aquinas 7:00 PM (11) Churchville-Chili (10) Penfield... more

Two dogs found in Gorham; Naples man charged with ‘animal abandonment’

  On October 4th at about 8 am the Ontario County Humane Society received two Dachshund dogs at their facility that were found the day before on West Swamp Road in the Town of Gorham. The dogs were placed on the offices’ website as found and shortly later information was received in regards to their owner and how they turned... more

WWII effort in Gorham remembered

They scanned the skies overhead, searching for enemy aircraft, perhaps with excitement and wonder but almost certainly with purpose and a wee bit of apprehension. After all, Japanese warplanes attacked Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, firing up U.S. involvement in World War II and stoking fear and patriotism, from Hawaii all the way to Gorham. Chances are, volunteer plane... more
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