President Clinton in Geneva: ‘Our common humanity matters the most’ (full video)

“We are in one of the most exciting, rapidly changing periods in human history,” President Bill Clinton said before hundreds of people gathered Sunday for commencement at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva. The 42nd president of the United States and founder of the charitable Clinton Foundation delivered a commencement address filled with optimism. Clinton also challenged graduates —... more

Canandaigua Chief gives update on Main Street shooting investigation; shooter remains at-large

Canandaigua Chief of Police Stephen Hedworth updated media this morning with the latest on Saturday night’s shooting in the parking lot of the Village Restaurant on Main Street in Canandaigia. Chief Hedworth revealed that the victim, a 32-year-old male, was shot twice, once in the “upper body area” and once in the “lower leg area” and had not yet been... more

Wayne-Finger Lakes Special Olympics draws hundreds of athletes from across region

For the second year in a row North Rose-Wolcott Central School District hosted the Wayne Finger Lakes Region Special Olympics Track and Field competition, a huge event that draws some 600 students from across the region’s 25 school districts within Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES. Held Friday, May 12th at North Rose-Wolcott High School the weather was perfect, sunny and breezy, for... more

Ontario County man charged with animal cruelty

A 38-year-old Ontario County man faces charges of aggravated cruelty to animals after Humane Society investigators allegedly discovered a maltreated, emaciated dog inside his Phelps home. According to the Ontario County Humane Society, while state troopers were executing a warrant on an unrelated matter on March 18 inside the County Road 26 home of Chris E. Duval, they discovered an... more

Friend or foe? Be on the lookout for invasive insects

Insects, both beneficial and disruptive, have always been front-of-mind for the people growing our food. Of particular interest in today’s world are invasives: insects that are not native to a region and whose introduction (whether intentional or accidental) is likely to cause harm to our environment, our economy or human health. Or already has. A 2016 report in Nature Communication... more

Roseland Bowl incident leads to multiple charges, including DWI-Leandra’s Law

A 39-year-old Farmington woman was charged with DWI Leandra’s Law after she was found to be intoxicated, with a child in the vehicle she was operating. Deputies charged Petal L. Sharp, 39, of Farmington with aggravated driving while intoxicated – child less than 15-years-old in the vehicle, aggravated unlicensed operation, driving while intoxicated, disorderly conduct, endangering the welfare of a... more

FLL 360: Where are all the summer people?

It had been cloudy all day. One of those days that just didn’t inspire me to start working on any of my spring projects. After dinner the sun started to break through the clouds and I grabbed my camera and took at ride along East Lake Road which runs beside Canandaigua Lake towards Vine Valley. There was a restlessness brewing... more

State offering more help for Lake Ontario flood victims

Residents affected by flooding in the Lake Ontario region will be receiving extra assistance in the upcoming days, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Friday. Additional Financial Services Mobile Command Centers will be deployed to the area to provide flood victims with insurance claims on Lake Ontario. “By deploying additional mobile command centers and resources, we will help residents with insurance... more

Meet the dams that control the fate of Lake Ontario and Montreal

Just a few miles north of Massena, the massive Moses-Saunders Dam stretches more than half a mile across the St. Lawrence River. The dam’s 32 turbines produce power for both the U.S. and Canada, but it’s in the spotlight now because it’s part of the system that balances water — and flooding potential — between Lake Ontario and Montreal. It... more

Dryden students impacting the world

The impact of the work done at Dryden Central Schools can be felt around the world. This truth will be entirely evident on Tuesday. The community will come out to vote for three school board members and witness students and our dedicated staff raising funds for the Ugandan Water Project. Three 3-year vacancies in the school board will be filled... more

Canandaigua woman charged with DWAI after crash

On Friday around 11:26 pm deputies responded to the intersection of County Rd. 22 and State Rt. 21 for the report of a two car accident. Deputies say Nicole J. Langdon, 24, of Canandaigua was treated and transported from the scene to Strong Memorial Hospital for minor injuries to her face. Deputies then responded to Strong Memorial Hospital to continue... more

Waterloo Republican will seek seat on Seneca County Board of Supervisors

Michael Enslow, a Waterloo resident, announced over the weekend that he will be running for a seat on the Seneca County Board of Supervisors. Enslow will run for one of the two at-large positions from the Town of Waterloo in November’s election. Enslow resides at 2567 Edwards Rd. with his wife Emily and their four children – Violet, 10, Hazel,... more

A.J. “Slideways” grabs second win of the year in Dundee

An overcast evening greeted fans at Outlaw Speedway on Friday night, but they were treated to some excellent racing in all six divisions.  The track crew spent many hours during the week working on the surface, which came around in much smoother condition for the night’s action. The 30-lap Modified feature started with Ray Bliss taking the lead from Eldon... more

Manchester man facing drug charges after jail visit

On Saturday around 2:11 pm deputies arrested Nathanael Eagley, 34, of Manchester for seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. Deputies say Eagley was stopped on County Complex Dr. after he displayed a revoked driver’s license when he checked in for a jail visit. Deputies then located Suboxone on his person subsequent to the stop. Eagley was arraigned in Manchester... more