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Season for sales in Canandaigua area

Season for sales in Canandaigua area
If you’re looking to purchase a new home or sell an existing one, the current lack of inventory on the market is only temporary. Current forecasts indicate better weather will bring an uptick in listings for the region, according to area realtors. “We expect to see a lot more become available,” said Kurt Ledgerwood, a sales agent for the Re/Max... more

Plenty of ice to do some fishing (photo)

Plenty of ice to do some fishing (photo)
Wind chills in the negatives numbers didn’t stop ice fishermen from getting out onto Sodus Bay and setting up camp for the day. Sodus Bay ice is 8-12 inches thick now and the perch are plenty according to the reports. When the photographer was out-and-about, around 80 ice fisherman could be seen on the bay. Photo by Chris Trine. more

Invasive algae cleanup takes shape in Yates

Invasive algae cleanup takes shape in Yates
The recent infestation of the highly invasive macroalgae starry stonewort (Nitellopsis obtusa) in and near Keuka Lake is being addressed by machine harvesting in the Keuka Lake Outlet and marsh at Penn Yan, and by hand harvesting in the mouth of Sugar Creek at Branchport by a group of volunteers from multiple organizations. Organized by the Keuka Lake Association, that... more

Glass in the Glen 3-Day Celebration

150th Glass in the Glen 3-Day Celebration
2018 marks the 150th anniversary of the relocation of Brooklyn Flint Glass Company from Brooklyn to Corning, New York. In celebration of this milestone, the Corning Museum of Glass launched GlassBarge – a 30′ x 80′ canal barge equipped with CMoG’s patented all-electric glassmaking equipment – in Brooklyn Bridge Park in May. In addition to sharing the story of glassmaking... more
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