Section V boys & girls soccer sectional brackets

The Section V soccer sectionals are underway for boys and girls varsity high school soccer teams across the region. Check out all the play-off brackets and results via the links below… Boys Section V Soccer Brackets and Results: AA Bracket A1 Bracket A2 Bracket B Bracket C1 Bracket C2 Bracket D1 Bracket D2 Bracket Girls Section V Soccer Brackets and Results:... more

Arrest made in Victor vehicle burglaries, more arrests possible

A Caledonia man was charged with grand larceny after an investigation into stolen property from vehicles in Victor. Deputies say that Cory L. Germano, 23, of Caledonia was arrested by deputies for grand larceny in the third degree after an investigation, which determined that Germano had stolen property valued at more than $3,000 from two unlocked vehicles in Victor. The... more

Victor roadwork takes a bite out of business

Local business owners are feeling the squeeze from prolonged road construction on Maple Avenue in the village of Victor. They say the “road closed” signs and orange construction cones are discouraging regular customers from taking the extra time and effort to shop and dine at their businesses. Victor Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Mitch Donovan said Finn’s Tap Room, Blue... more

Victor Town Board votes to override tax cap, taxpayers upset

The Victor Town Board has voted to override the tax cap, meaning the town property tax rate could nearly double. Right now, the town property tax rate is proposed to increase from nearly 76 cents per $1,000 to $1.60 per $1,000. It’s a move that has many taxpayers bitter. They’re upset over the lack of checks and balances with the... more

Public hearing to address big tax increase in Victor on Tuesday

Tuesday is your first chance to weigh in on a big tax increase in Victor. The Town Supervisor says property taxes could double. He blames the need on an apparent oversight by the town’s financial auditing firm, falling income from sales tax and mortgages and state-mandated tax levy limits. Read more from WHEC more

Victor: 3 boards, 3 meetings, 3 hot topics

Residents seeking to weigh in on two major financial decisions and a controversial housing development in Victor will have to bounce between three significant public meetings Tuesday night. Victor Central School District residents will get their first look at a proposed $25 million capital project slated for 2018 that will benefit students, but which administrators say won’t have an impact... more

Ontario County Republican Committee chooses Trisha Turner to lead party

The Ontario County Republican Committee announced the election of Trisha Turner of Victor as Chairwoman on Wednesday. The announcement comes as Doug Finch, who led the charge to organize and nominate the Republican nominee for the 54th Senate District, decided that he would not seek re-election. Chairwoman Turner previously served as the Ontario County Republican Committee’s first vice chair, secretary... more

Victor supervisor: Town taxes could double

Residents can expect to see their town tax rates more than double in 2017, thanks to an apparent oversight by the town’s financial auditing firm, coupled with flagging sales tax and mortgage tax revenues and state-mandated tax levy limits. In a prepared statement Tuesday, longtime Victor Supervisor Jack Marren said it was Town Finance Director Barb Cole, hired in August,... more

Seneca Falls woman charged after passing out in car at Eastview while caring for child

On Sunday at approximately 1:37 pm deputies in Ontario County arrested a Seneca Falls woman on charges after she was said to be found impaired and unresponsive in a car, while caring for a 1-year-old child at Eastview Mall. Deputies say Christine M. Moody, 24, of Seneca Falls was charged with endangering the welfare of a child after an investigation... more

Fairport man steals $114 worth of merchandise from Zumiez, charged with petit larceny

A 22-year-old Fairport man was charged with petit larceny after deputies from Ontario County say he stole more than $100 worth of merchandise from a store at the Eastview Mall. Authorities say John C. Javrowsky, 22, of Fairport was arrested for petit larceny after allegedly stealing $114.93 worth of merchandise from Zumiez at the Eastview Mall in Victor. Javrowsky was... more

Pair arrested after incident involving 8-year-old at Victor elementary school

Deputies in Ontario County report that Leslie and Crystal Dinsmore, of Ontario and Rochester respectively, were arrested on Thursday at approximately 8:26 pm. The arrest took place at the Victor Primary School located at 953 High Street in the Village of Victor — and the pair was charged with three counts each of endangering the welfare of a child. Deputies... more

Two arrested for stealing merchandise from Lord & Taylor; hiding it in young boy’s stroller

Ontario County Sheriff’s deputies say that two people were arrested on Wednesday after being accused of stealing merchandise from the Eastview Mall Lord & Taylor. Deputies say that Ismatu Kamara, a 45-year-old from Pittsford, and Sharon Parrotta, a 43-year-old from East Rochester, are accused of working together to carry out the crime. They say that Parrotta works at the Lord... more

Railside Market & Cafe hosts week-long grand opening in Victor

After driving 350 miles from her Annapolis, Maryland home, Sue Harada finally reached her destination: a steaming hot fish fry at Railside Market & Café on Route 96. “I just sat down,” said the owner of the new Victor market Friday, as she dug into her favorite Railside specialty. Harada and Railside staff are preparing for the store’s grand opening... more

Victor man arrested after allegedly stomping a railing

A Victor man was arrested on Thursday morning around 5:11 am after deputies in Ontario County were called to a residence on Brace Road. Deputies say that Noah W. Kujawski, 21, of Victor was arrested for criminal mischeif in the fourth degree. According to deputies, this occurred after Kujawski stomped a porch railing resulting in $200 in damage. He was... more

‘Heroin In Your Neighborhood’ discussed at community event in Victor

Event at Eastview Mall educates public about what they need to know about the heroin epidemic in their communities. In April, the record was broken for the most unwanted, unused and expired medication being collected in Ontario County for disposal. According to Patrea Rea, coalition coordinator of the Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition of Ontario County, more than 1,000 pounds of... more

Victor school district unveils $25M capital project one week before vote

On Tuesday, Oct. 11, residents will get their first look at a proposed $25 million capital project slated for 2018 that will benefit students in the Victor Central School District, but which administrators say won’t impact local property tax rates. Residents will be asked to vote on the capital project just one week later, on Tuesday, October 18th. The community... more
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