PENN YAN — Pro Action Yates Office for the Aging will hold a walking program, “Walk with Ease.” This program will help ease arthritis pain, improve your balance, improve your walking and to motivate yourself to start a walking program. This class will be held Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursday…
WILLIAMSON — A fresh 6 inches of snow near the Lake Ontario shore area made the conditions perfect for the 12th annual Trail Works Winter Event at May’s Apple Farm earlier this winter.
Breweries are a growing business in the Finger Lakes. They may never rival wineries, but there seems to be a new one every month or so. The ones designated as New York State Farm Breweries are required to use a large percentage of in-state ingredients.
AUBURN — The Seward House Museum received a National Endowment for the Humanities Grant of $10,000. This funding will assist in helping to preserve its fragile historical and cultural collections. The Museum will purchase storage units to upgrade its collections storage from metal, open-shel…
Like the doctors of yesteryear, Jean Jones Hirsch makes house calls — even after moving to the Cattaraugus County community of Portville from her Fayette home 18 years ago.
The up side of most high school musicals being performed on the same March weekend is consistency and easy planning for school districts. The down side is that students can’t see the shows their counterparts are staging.
WATERLOO — Lindsay Kate Brown barely had enough time to catch her breath last week.
CANANDAIGUA — The creators of Marshall’s Way, a documentary film being produced by Dewey and Donna Fladd of Canandaigua in memory of their son Marshall, who died of an overdose on March 1, 2018, are soliciting photographs to honor other area loved ones lost to the opioid epidemic.
WATERLOO — Brent White spent most of his adult life in Brooklyn, but has found himself at home in the Finger Lakes.
SENECA FALLS — Helping others has been an important facet of Paul Wenderlich’s life.