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.


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…

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 — A blaze that started in the garage area of a home at 4952 Adams Drive on Wednesday quickly spread to the south side of the residence on Canandaigua Lake.

CANANDAIGUA — Property owners in the city school district with an assessment of $100,000, and having basic STAR savings, will pay about $58 more in school taxes this year if the proposed 2022-23 budget is adopted by voters May 17.


CANANDAIGUA — When longtime Ontario County Sheriff Phil Povero came out of retirement last November in an interim role, he was faced with two big challenges: improving morale, and filling numerous vacancies when it came to deputies and corrections officers.

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GENEVA — Last year, Matt and Santa Abraham created a scholarship with the Finger Lakes Community College Foundation called The Geneva High School Alumni Scholarship. It was founded to help a Geneva graduate alleviate financial hardship to be able to attend FLCC.


CANANDAIGUA — The massive expansion and modernization project at the Canandaigua VA Medical Center reached another milestone Thursday.

The trustees, staff and volunteers of Sonnenberg Gardens and Mansion State Historic Park would like to thank all the members of the greater Canandaigua community for their support in the 2021 garden season. We had over 33,520 visitors this past season which is over 20,000 more than 2020. Our…