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HWS will announce new president on Friday

HWS will announce new president on Friday
The next president of Hobart and William Smith Colleges will be announced Friday afternoon, the Colleges said Monday. HWS said the presidential announcement ceremony, which will include an appearance by the new president, will take place at 3:30 p.m. in the Gearan Center for the Performing Arts on Pulteney Street. Additional information about the prospective president was not announced by... more

Lake Tunnel Solar Village sees first home installed along 5&20

Lake Tunnel Solar Village sees first home installed along 5&20
The first homes of the Lake Tunnel Solar Village were installed on Saturday. According to the developers, Marita Wallace and Tracey Wallace, the solar village is the first home development in the United States built only with solar-powered modular homes . The homes were built in the new Solar Home Factory located in Geneva Industrial park. They were transported to... more

New concerns raised about behavioral health closure in Penn Yan; Finger Lakes Health says it was ‘necessary’

Community raises concern about Acute Rehab closure, Finger Lakes Health maintains it was ‘necessary’
There was swift reaction online and around the Finger Lakes to the news that Finger Lakes Health would be shuttering its Acute Rehabilitation Unit at Geneva General Hospital and Behavioral Health Services program at Soldiers & Sailors Hospital in Penn Yan. Lara Turbide, a spokesperson for Finger Lakes Health told the Finger Lakes Times in December that Finger Lakes Health... more

W-FL FRIDAY: Pal-Mac girls hand Midlakes first league loss in 2 year; Waterloo sweeps doubleheader at Mynderse

W-FL FRIDAY: Pal-Mac girls hand Midlakes first league loss in 2 year; Waterloo sweeps doubleheader at Mynderse
The Midlakes girls varsity basketball team has been a juggernaut in the Finger Lakes East over the past 2 seasons going undefeated in league play last year and carrying a 9-0 league mark into their home game against Pal-Mac on Friday night. The Lady Red Raiders put an end to the two-year league winning streak in convincing fashion with a... more

Geneva man charged with felony strangulation after domestic incident

Geneva man charged with felony strangulation after domestic incident
On Sunday at approximately 11:33 a.m. police arrested a 24-year-old Geneva resident on felony strangulation charges. Michael S. Grambling, 24, of Geneva was charged with second-degree felony strangulation following a domestic incident. Grambling is accused of obstructing the breathing or blood circulation of an individual causing physical injury during that incident. Police say he was held on $5,000 cash bail,... more

Police arrest man on felony charges after vehicle pursuit in Geneva

Police arrest man on felony charges after vehicle pursuit in Geneva
Police say a Brooklyn man was arrested on felony charges after providing law enforcement with a false identity after a vehicle pursuit. On January 26th around 4 a.m. the Geneva Police Department arrested 31-year-old Taquan A. Boyd, charging him with second-degree forgery. The charge is a felony, and police say the arrest resulted from a brief vehicle pursuit. He was... more

Geneva man charged with burglary

Geneva man charged with burglary
On January 22nd at approximately 11:44 a.m. police arrested a Geneva man following a an investigation into an incident on January 1st. Alexis Perez-Espada, 39, of Geneva was charged with second-degree burglary and held on $10,000 cash bail – after allegedly entering a dwelling and stealing several items. Police say he then fled the area for several weeks. However, after... more

W-FL TUESDAY: Wayne dominant in win at Geneva, Whitman crushes another West foe & Lyons wins at ER as four ejected after fight

W-FL TUESDAY: Wayne dominant in win at Geneva, Whitman crushes another West foe & Lyons wins at ER as four ejected after fight
The Wayne Eagles virtually locked up the Finger Lakes East title, moving 2.5 games clear in the standings as we head into February, with an impressive 81-68 win at Geneva on Tuesday night. Wayne jumped out to a 27-8 lead after the first quarter and never looked back. Nick Carmichael scored 12 of his 22 points in the opening period... more

WEBCAST REPLAY: Wayne Eagles battle Geneva Panthers in key FL East match-up (FL1 Sports)

WATCH LIVE TONIGHT: Wayne Eagles battle Geneva Panthers in key FL East match-up (FL1 Sports)
The Wayne Eagles invade the Panther Den to take on the Geneva Panthers is a key late-season Finger Lakes East boys varsity basketball match-up. With a win, the two-time defending Section V Class A2 Eagles will have a virtual lock on the league title. Geneva, enjoying their beast season since 2014, a win would secure key sectional points while pulling... more

Geneva Chamber celebrates biggest turnout ever at annual dinner

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The Geneva Area Chamber of Commerce reported its highest event attendance at its 2019 Annual Dinner Banquet on Thursday, Jan. 24. Held at Club 86 in Geneva, the event was attended by nearly 300 people, including Chamber members, local representatives and community partners. Guests enjoyed a buffet dinner of Club 86 favorites and the ShopLocal Silent Auction and LoveLocal Live... more

Participants learn about ‘digital inclusion’ at Geneva summit

Participants learn about ‘digital inclusion’ at Geneva summit
The Digital Inclusion Summit, a conference to promote greater digital accessibility and equity was hosted on behalf of the Finger Lakes Diversity Inclusion Coalition at the Cracker Factory on Monday, January 28th. In a perceptibly-packed venue, 130 experts among professional local government, non-profit, education and healthcare career sectors were all in attendance, the majority of which represented libraries throughout the... more

Rickeys pledge millions for YMCA project in Geneva

Rickeys pledge millions for YMCA project in Geneva
There has been talk about expansion projects at the Geneva Family YMCA for the last two decades — if not longer. In most cases, though, little or nothing happened. That started to change about five years ago, when longtime community benefactors Dave and Brenda Rickey began meeting with YMCA officials. “Over the last several years, Dave and I made multiple... more

Trio of agencies make felony drug arrest in Ontario County

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Ontario County Sheriff Kevin Henderson reports that on January 24th around 12:52 p.m. a Canandaigua man was taken into custody on felony drug charges following a joint-investigation between the Sheriff’s office Geneva Police Department, and Canandaigua Police Department. Lawrence Sullivan, 26, of Canandaigua was charged with third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance, a Class B felony. He’s accused of... more

A MighTea mix in Geneva

A MighTea mix in Geneva
MighTea Boba owners Trevor and Carol Grover have been sharing Geneva Gelato products alongside their bubble tea offerings for quite some time in Canandaigua. Now they’re sharing space in Geneva Gelato on Exchange Street downtown. Such arrangements are a growing trend in fast-food circles, and the Grovers, who live in Canandaigua, think it could work for small business owners such... more

Police investigate another threat at Geneva HS campus on Friday

Police investigate another threat at Geneva HS campus on Friday
The Geneva Police Department says a comment made toward the Geneva High School was not a threat to the community. The comment was reported on Friday, according to the District’s website. “Per protocol, city police conducted family interviews and home searches before determining that the student was not a threat. The family willingly cooperated with the district and police throughout... more

Grim details emerge in Geneva murder case

Grim details emerge in Geneva murder case
Two Geneva men facing attempted murder charges in the shooting of Michael Cosentino appeared alongside their attorneys Thursday in an evidentiary hearing where grim details emerged. Erin Rhynes and Timitheus Merritt appeared in front of Ontario County Court Judge Craig Doran as First Assistant District Attorney Jason MacBride called multiple law enforcement officers to testify about the process in which... more

ADA: Alias names surface for serial Sephora shoplifter

ADA: Alias names surface for serial Sephora shoplifter
The trail of names and criminal charges for Isabella Kuo seems reminiscent of the movie “Catch Me If You Can.” Isabella Kuo is charged with two counts of third-degree burglary in Ontario County after allegedly stealing from the Sephora store in Eastview Mall in Victor, a store from which she is banned. “We have multiple alias names for Ms. Kuo,”... more
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