GENEVA — In the fall of 2019, the staff at the Geneva Family YMCA hosted a kickoff event for a capital fundraising campaign and planned $4 million expansion and renovation project.
GENEVA — A city resident who works at Hobart and William Smith Colleges will be a contestant on “Jeopardy” next week.
GENEVA — The year was 2005. Mike Combs had been a career (paid) firefighter with the Geneva Fire Department for about seven years when one of his mentors, legendary GFD Chief Ralph DeBolt, decided to retire after close to 20 years in the position.
GENEVA — The Temptations sang “Beauty’s Only Skin Deep,” but Jessica Lahr said she’s not in the vanity business.
GENEVA — City police charged a Geneva man Tuesday with having sexual contact with two teenage girls.
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.
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.
GENEVA — Beginning this fall, Geneva City School District residents will be asked to pay their school taxes in a single fall payment.
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.
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…
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.
GENEVA — The Dove Block Project, an arts center in historic downtown Geneva, is announcing a call for programming proposals for the 2022-23 season. The deadline for submissions is July 15.
CANANDAIGUA — Had they been asked about running for Ontario County sheriff in 2022 a year ago, Dave Cirencione and Silvio Palermo say their answer would have been no.
GENEVA — Five people were displaced Monday evening when fire broke out in the attic of a house on Lafayette Avenue.
GENEVA — Bob Doeblin worked for the Geneva Housing Authority for 25 of the 35 years that Andy Tyman was the authority’s director.
The Geneva Music Festival concluded its final concerts for the 2022 season the weekend before last. Running from May 20 to June 12, it brought a group of world-class musicians to perform for audiences in the city for eight concerts.
GENEVA — The Sons and Daughters of Italy in America Geneva Lodge 2397 is hosting a special event as a fundraiser to support the children of the Ukraine on Wednesday night.
GENEVA — Finger Lakes Health College of Nursing & Health Sciences has announced that the following students have achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or better placing them on the Dean’s List for the Spring 2022 semester:
GENEVA — Dan Wise stood Thursday among the large crowd celebrating the new home for the prepared-meal delivery company he founded five years ago and took a moment to ponder his good fortune.
GENEVA — Community Education for Transformation is hosting a family-friendly commemoration of Juneteenth at the gazebo on the Geneva lakefront, next to the Finger Lakes Welcome Center, from 4-6 p.m. June 18.
GENEVA — Treat Dad to a free tour of Rose Hill Mansion this Father’s Day weekend. From Friday, to Sunday you can get one admission free with the purchase of one adult admission. Explore Robert Swan’s life as a farmer, husband and father at Rose Hill Mansion in the 19th century.
GENEVA — City police have arrested the second suspect in the death of a Waterloo man found in a parking lot behind Geneva General Hospital.
GENEVA — The Cornell Agriculture and Food Technology Park, or Tech Farm, as it is often called, is now a New York state-certified Business Incubator — and one of only 20 statewide.
GENEVA — The Trinity Episcopal Church congregation is no longer the owner of the historic South Main Street property.
GENEVA — A longtime city firefighter has been promoted to a new position in the department.
GENEVA — Classic cars, trucks and motorcycles will return to the streets of downtown Geneva on Friday, July 15.
GENEVA — Jeff Calhoun went to the Geneva Enterprise Development Center in 2020 with a CNC router cutting machine and a plan to make outdoor furniture.
GENEVA — The League of Women Voters of Geneva has named Jane Gerling of Geneva as the recipient of the 2022 Agnes Slosson Lewis Award.
GENEVA — The Ontario County Justice Coalition announced the winners of the Students Against Gun Violence essay contest!
GENEVA — Last April, the city announced that a long-vacant piece of land at the corner of North Exchange and East North streets in Ward 6 would be developed into a retail space that would include the city’s second Dunkin’ Donuts site, as well as room for an additional tenant.
GENEVA — The Presbyterian Women of the Presbyterian Church in Geneva have scheduled their 66th annual Strawberry Festival and Bake Sale for 5:30-8 p.m. June 22.
GENEVA — One person has been arrested, another is being sought and more people could be implicated in the death of a Waterloo man found Sunday in a parking lot behind Geneva General Hospital.
GENEVA — One person has been arrested and another is being sought in connection with the dead body found Sunday night behind Geneva General Hospital.
GENEVA — A professional educator has joined the senior management team at the Boys & Girls Club of Geneva.
GENEVA — City Councilor Laura Salamendra is once again at odds with the police department and administration, this time regarding the investigation into a computer screensaver at the Public Safety Building that appears to show a defaced photo of her.
GENEVA — As of Tuesday, city police had not revealed the identity of the man found dead Sunday evening behind Geneva General Hospital.
GENEVA — Residents of the Ward 6/East Lakeview neighborhood are invited to another workshop focusing on possible improvements in the area.
GENEVA — City police are now calling the discovery of a body Sunday night behind Geneva General Hospital a “suspicious” death.
GENEVA — A City Councilor is questioning the legality of the removal of two members of the Police Budget Advisory Board.
CANANDAIGUA — Following an extensive search process for both jobs, Ontario County has a new economic developer and deputy administrator.
GENEVA — Star Cider chose an East Lake Road spot in Canandaigua for its tasting room that opened in 2020, but co-owner and Geneva native Cortni McGregor Stahl said setting up shop in her hometown was something she hoped to do one day.
GENEVA — The Geneva Police Department has confirmed a dead body was found somewhere on or near the Geneva General Hospital campus grounds late Sunday, but officials are not releasing any further details at this time.
GENEVA — City police are asking for the public’s help as they investigate vandalism last weekend at and near Geneva Club Beverage.
GENEVA — Amie Hendrix didn’t have to wait long to experience the divisiveness that has been the hallmark of many City Council proceedings since 2020.
GENEVA — With a recent donation of $5,000 to the Geneva Music Festival, Lyons National Bank became a Concert Sponsor for the Festival’s 2022 season, making it the bank’s fifth year as a sponsor.
GENEVA — City Council ousted two members of the city's police budget advisory board Wednesday night over what Mayor Steve Valentino characterized as anti-police comments.
GENEVA — Ovid native Amie Hendrix doesn’t think she’s walking into a hornet’s nest.
GENEVA — The Geneva Public Library is seeking a new director following the resignation of Pauline Shostack, who served in the position about three months.