2022 Graduations- Lyons/Dundee/S. Seneca/Geneva
I’ve been photographing a number of the concerts at Constellation Brands-Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center — better known as CMAC — for the Finger Lakes Times this summer season. It really doesn’t matter to me whether it’s a solo performer or a group, and in general, there is not much I to…
PHELPS — Karissa VanCamp-Smith did a little research and figured that her new sons, Zachariah, Lincoln, Ian and Daniel, will require about 800 diapers a month when they come home later this summer.
GENEVA — City police are investigating a stabbing incident that occurred Sunday night in the parking lot of a Ward 6 city business.
Ed. note: This is the sixth article in a monthly series the Finger Lakes Times is writing on the faculty and staff at Cornell AgriTech, and how their work impacts our way of life.
SENECA FALLS — After going virtual the last two years due to the covid pandemic, the annual Convention Days celebration in the Birthplace of the Women’s Rights Movement will return to an in-person event July 15-17.
The New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets and Division of Veterans Services have announced an expanded FreshConnect Checks Program that aims to increase participation in the program by veterans, servicemembers, and their immediate families.
New York State Agriculture Commissioner Richard A. Ball, joined by New York State Department of Labor Commissioner Roberta Reardon, highlighted the state’s workforce and economic development efforts for New York’s dairy industry during a tour of the BelGioioso Cheese Manufacturing Plant in S…
SENECA FALLS — The National Women’s Hall of Fame has announced the schedule for its three-day community celebration in recognition of the 2021-22 induction class.
LYONS — The two candidates squaring off in a Republican primary for Wayne County judge agree that experience is a factor in the election.
CANANDAIGUA — One driver died following a three-vehicle accident Friday afternoon at the intersection of Routes 5&20 and Buffalo Street Extension.
LYONS — The county’s business startup competition has a new twist this year: There will be an opportunity for student entrepreneurs to make pitches as well.
GENEVA — Harry Gramling might have worked on engines as part of his many decades in the tire and auto-repair business, but he also possessed an internal motor that propelled him to success at a time when few Blacks owned their own businesses.
PITTSFORD — On the cusp of its 75th anniversary, St. John Fisher College will transition to become St. John Fisher University. The new name will be effective July 1.
GENEVA — Beginning this fall, Geneva City School District residents will be asked to pay their school taxes in a single fall payment.
VICTOR — The Kiwanis Club of Canandaigua will hold its 20th annual “Chipping in for Kids” Charity Golf Tournament July 18 at Ravenwood Golf Club.
CANANDAIGUA — The regional Stroke Support Group hosted by UR Medicine Thompson Health will meet on July 7. The meeting will be held at 1 p.m., via Zoom, and will feature a speaker from the University of Rochester Medical Center.
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OVID — The South Seneca school district is returning to the administrative model it used about 10 years ago.
GENEVA — The city’s fire chief is praising a local teacher and students, and two unidentified citizens, for helping the man trapped underneath a vehicle Thursday.
SENECA FALLS — The Geneva Women’s Assembly and the Party for Socialism and Liberation, Finger Lakes Branch, have called an emergency rally in the Birthplace of the Women’s Rights Movement.
NEWARK — A retail spot at Newark Plaza formerly occupied by the now-defunct Stage Stores chain is getting new life.
CANANDAIGUA — Tom Crane is a strong believer in basic human rights. He also sees the Finger Lakes Region as a major contributor to several such movements nationwide. In fact, Crane views the social reform movements of hundreds of years ago and today so important that he calls our region “the…
CANANDAIGUA — Another candidate vying for the Republican nomination in the 24th Congressional District race is out.
SENECA — The Town Board and Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ontario County have partnered to apply for a state grant to be used toward improved housing for farm workers in the town.
GENEVA — Following the final week of school this week, Geneva 2030, in collaboration with Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Finger Lakes Community College, Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES and Geneva City School District, is offering a week-long, half-day “What’s Next?” college and career readiness…
TYRE — There are no solar farms in this Seneca County town as of now. And, no one has applied for a permit to operate a large-scale solar farm.
FARMINGTON — State police said a woman was killed Thursday morning when the van she was driving went through a stop sign and collided with a truck.
PENN YAN — When Dan Rector looks at his two gold medals from the Empire State Senior Games he can’t help but think of Ambrose “Amby” Cook, a legendary physical education teacher and coach at Penn Yan Academy.
GENEVA — A man was injured Thursday evening when a pickup truck he was working under moved, trapping him underneath for a brief time.
CANANDAIGUA — One of the candidates running for Ontario County sheriff has named a 25-year veteran of the sheriff’s office as his running mate.
CANANDAIGUA — As of Thursday afternoon, the investigation into the cause of a fire that destroyed a Canandaigua Lake home Wednesday was ongoing.
NEWARK — Canal development takes center stage in plans to revitalize Newark’s downtown.
CANOGA — Linda Zwick likens the Canoga Volunteer Fire Department to the little engine that could.
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ITHACA — The Finger Lakes Toy Library (FLTL) will be celebrating five years of operation this Saturday, June 25th from 10am-2pm with a free event at the Shops of Ithaca Mall.
LYONS — The Peppermint Museum in Lyons at 95 Water St., will begin offering tours in June by appointment only and by calling (315) 946-4596. The 2021 Landmark Society Award Winner museum will open with regular hours in July and August from 10-noon and 1-3 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
SENECA FALLS — The Seneca County Arts Council’s Art Works Gallery is excepting entrants in its two and three-dimensional art and photography summer show. The show will run from July 15 through Aug. 13 at the Art Works Gallery, 109 Fall St., downtown Seneca Falls. The opening reception is Fri…
WATERLOO — The Waterloo Central School District is teaming up with the Village of Waterloo to offer the Waterloo Enrichment Program this summer.
WATERLOO — On Friday, June 24, a celebration will be held at St. Mary’s Church, 33 Center St. in Waterloo, for the 41st anniversary of the apparitions of Our Lady of Medjugorje. Exposition, Rosary, Confession and Benediction begin at 6 p.m. followed by Mass with Celebrant Fr. Paul Bonacci at…