Farmington man receives 15-day sentence for fatal crash

Sunday will mark nine months since Jeffery Vandermaillie, 60, of Macedon, and his friend Allan D. Hallings, 55, of Fairport, were killed in a three-vehicle crash at a notorious intersection in the town of Farmington. On Friday afternoon in Farmington Town Court, family members of the two men watched from the courtroom gallery as the man responsible for the brutal... more

Generations Bank announces new VP hire on Friday

Generations Bank announces the hire of A.G. Cutrona as Vice President – Director of Growth and Profitability at its Seneca Falls headquarters. He is charged with leading a customer engagement initiative for the organization. Cutrona brings more than 30 years of banking experience to the role. He is a graduate of the Wharton School with a an Executive Leadership Certificate,... more

Ontario County railway plans moving forward

There was a time when the railyard in this Ontario County town was one of the busiest in the United States. Those days are long gone, but county officials have a plan to capitalize on the resurgence of rail service. The county’s freight corridor development plan was the subject of a recent public meeting and can be seen in detail... more

Clifton Springs man rams woman’s car after domestic incident in Farmington; officials have it on tape

State Police have arrested a Clifton Springs man after a domestic incident at the Finger Lakes Gaming and Racetrack on Tuesday. Brent Bond, 33, of Clifton Springs was arrested after police say he intentionally rammed into a woman’s car with another vehicle after an argument at the Finger Lakes facility on Route 96 in Farmington. Surveillance showed Bond chasing the... more

Jury clears Farmington man of reckless driving

The Farmington man who blew through a stop sign at the intersection of County Road 28 and Shortsville Road in Farmington, causing a wreck that killed two men, in March has been cleared of a reckless driving charge. In Farmington Town Court on Tuesday, a jury of six found Jason Jensen, 39, not guilty of the charge that arose from... more

Driver in deadly Farmington crash faces maximum of 15 days in jail

A man who failed to stop at a stop sign and caused a deadly crash at a Farmington intersection back in March has been found guilty of one of three charges. The crash killed two men – Jeff VanderMallie and Allan Hallings – after the driver, 39-year-old Jason Jensen, hit their pickup truck at the intersection of Shortsville Road (County... 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

Alleged domestic incident leads to DWI charge

The Ontario County Sheriff’s Office reports that on Friday deputies arrested Petal L. Sharp, 39, of Farmington for driving while intoxicated, endangering the welfare of a child, and harassment in the second degree. She was arrested after deputies responded to her home for the report of an intoxicated female attacking the male caller, causing him minor injury while in the... 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

Peace activist Arun Gandhi to speak at Friends Church in Farmington

Arun Gandhi, grandson of India’s legendary independence-movement leader Mahatma Gandhi, was born in 1934 in Durban, South Africa and grew up under the discriminatory apartheid laws of South Africa. He was beaten by white South Africans for being too black and by black South Africans for being too white. Gandhi sought “eye-for-an-eye” justice. But from his parents and grandparents he... more

17-year-old arrested for falsely reporting incident at Victor High School

A 17-year-old was arrested for falsely reporting an incident on November 3rd, according to deputies with the Ontario County Sheriff’s Office. Authorities say Donovan E. Paddock, 17, of Farmington was arrested for falsely reporting an incident in the second degree — a Class E felony. The incident took place at the Victor High School. He was arraigned in Victor Court... more

Trainer earns 1,000th career win at FLGR

Jeremiah Englehart recently recorded the 1000th win of his training career at Finger Lakes Gaming and Racetrack in Farmington when West Sedona scored a four and three-quarter length victory in the seventh race. Englehart started his career in 2003. He earned his first victory with Longingtobeme at Belmont Park.The 39-year-old Farmington resident has a total of 14 lifetime stakes victories,... more

Crash on State Route 96 sends one to hospital on Wednesday

The Ontario County Sheriff’s Office reports that on Wednesday at approximately 5:54 am an accident on State Route 96 in the Town of Manchester occurred sending one woman to the hospital. Deputies say that the two vehicle crash happened when Julie A Carr, 47, of Clifton Springs was traveling west on State Route 96 and was attempting to make a... more

Winter no parking law in effect in Farmington

Town of Farmington Highway and Parks Superintendent Don Giroux reminds residents that no Parking laws are in effect through April 1, 2017. In accordance with local law and New York Vehicle and Traffic Law, no parking is allowed on any county or town highway, including streets dedicated to the town within subdivisions. Daily Messenger: Read More more

Victor ponders future public safety options

Three decades of 90-mile-per-hour growth is a great problem and opportunity for a municipality to have. Especially if it’s occurred in the right places: population, residential and commercial development, schools and infrastructure. But as Victor, the largest town in Ontario County, has grown in density and complexity over that 30 years, one component has been quietly treading water: public safety... more

Farmington woman charged with DWI after traffic stop

A Farmington woman was charged with driving while intoxicated on Hook Road in the Town of Farmington early Sunday morning. Deputies in Ontario County report that Mary D. Magistrado, 39, of Farmington was charged with driving while intoxicated after she was observed using a mobile phone. She was charged with driving while intoxicated and failure to keep right. Deputies also... more
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