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Steuben legislators honor Lewis, approve work of three highway stops, adopt mission statement

Steuben County’s police reform plan open for public comment now
Steuben County legislators recognized Monday the accomplishments of a former colleague,approved the costs of renovating three highway shops and adopted their mission statement. The board paid tribute to Fred Lewis, of Howard, for his 16 ... more
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Retired pro-fighter opens family-friendly Martial Arts studio in Danby

Retired pro-fighter opens family-friendly Martial Arts studio in Danby
Matt Sung Lee, a former professional Mixed Martial Arts fighter with 30 professional fights, runs a little-known Martial Arts studio in Danby - just 10 minutes outside of downtown Ithaca. Lee, who has run the ... more
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Historic Geneva to offer behind- the-scenes tours this Fall

Historic Geneva to offer behind- the-scenes tours this Fall
Historic Geneva will offer Behind-the-Scenes tours of the Geneva History Museum this fall on October 8 and November 5 at 11 a.m. Built in 1829, the museum building at 543 South Main Street housed multiple ... more
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Whitesville resident to receive Girl Scouts of the USA’s National Medal of Honor for lifesaving act

Whitesville resident to receive Girl Scouts of the USA's National Medal of Honor for lifesaving act
Charlotte Bissett, 7, of Whitesville, N.Y., a Brownie-level Girl Scout in the NYPENN Pathways (GSNYPENN) Council and 3rd grader in Whitesville Central School District, will be presented with Girl Scouts of the USA's National Medal ... more
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Attorney General James sues cryptocurrency platform for operating illegally and defrauding investors

Circuit Court rejects Exxon Mobil’s attempts to sue New York
New York Attorney General Letitia James joined seven state securities regulators in suing cryptocurrency companies Nexo Inc. and Nexo Capital Inc. (Nexo), for failing to register with the state as securities and commodities brokers or dealers ... more
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Land acquisition expands network of conserved lands at south end of Skaneateles Lake

Land acquisition expands network of conserved lands at south end of Skaneateles Lake
The Finger Lakes Land Trust (FLLT) announced the recent acquisition of six forested acres in the town of Scott, Cortland County. The property shares a boundary with the organization’s High Vista Nature Preserve and will ... more
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Ontario County Public Health: Get your flu shot before Halloween

Ontario County Public Health: Get your flu shot before Halloween
Ontario County Public Health encourages the public to get their flu shot as soon as possible, preferably before Halloween. Influenza is currently circulating in Ontario County. Flu vaccine can take up to two weeks to ... more
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Roberts Wesleyan announces 2022-2023 performing arts calendar

Roberts Wesleyan announces 2022-2023 performing arts calendar
The Roberts Wesleyan University Cultural Life Center is pleased to announce its 2022-2023 series of live performing arts events. The fall and spring semester performance season, which is open to the public, features a range ... more
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Girl Scouts honor YWCA of Binghamton’s Carole Coppens at Women of Distinction Event on September 27

Girl Scouts honor YWCA of Binghamton's Carole Coppens at Women of Distinction Event on September 27
The Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways (GSNYPENN) Council will honor Carole Coppens, Executive Director of the YWCA of Binghamton, at its 2022 Women of Distinction event on Tuesday, September 27. The breakfast runs from 7:30-9 a.m. at DoubleTree ... more
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Thompson to host info session for becoming a CNA on October 4

Thompson to host info session for becoming a CNA on October 4
UR Medicine Thompson Health is hosting an information session on Tuesday, October 4 for those interested in beginning careers as certified nursing assistants (CNAs). Thompson covers the entire cost of the five-week CNA training course ... more
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Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways announce GirlCratery subscription box

Manlius Girl Scout hosts virtual mental health and art therapy classes as part of Gold Award Project
The Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways (GSNYPENN) Council announces the debut of a new subscription box service, GirlCratery™, curated for girls ages 5-11. This unique program costs just $99 (shipping included) for a three-month subscription. Other subscriptions are ... more
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SUNY Cortland student researches the science of smell

SUNY Cortland student researches the science of smell
The U.S. Department of Defense wants to know how the nose knows. So does SUNY Cortland student Annabella Nilon of Horseheads, N.Y. Nilon is working to create a model for detecting specific odors using bioreceptors, ... more
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Naples Library Expansion Project increases accessibility for all

Naples Library Expansion Project increases accessibility for all
The Naples Library Board of Trustees and staff are proud to announce that construction is set to begin on the Naples Library Accessibility and Expansion Project this fall. Thanks in part to substantial funding from ... more
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Ying Quartet to perform at the Seneca Falls Library

Ying Quartet to perform at the Seneca Falls Library
The Seneca Falls Library presents Grammy Award-winning string ensemble, the Ying Quartet at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 8, 2022 at the Seneca Falls Library. Thanks to support from the Withers Family, the concert is ... more
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Helio Health opens new Rochester location

Helio Health opens new Rochester location
Helio Health is moving into a new location in Rochester. The agency has been promoting recovery from substance use disorders and providing withdrawal and stabilization services in Rochester since 2009 but will now provide those ... more
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Livingston County’s Young Adult Program developing tomorrow’s workforce today

Livingston County’s Young Adult Program developing tomorrow’s workforce today
With the nature of employment having shifted over the last several years and the demand for well-rounded, skilled workers on the rise, Livingston County is actively engaged in helping to develop tomorrow's workforce today through ... more
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SBA announces inaugural small business cyber summit to take place during National Cybersecurity Month

SBA announces inaugural small business cyber summit to take place during National Cybersecurity Month
Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman, head of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and voice for America's 33 million small businesses in President Biden's Cabinet, announced that the agency will host a free, virtual National Cyber ... more
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Friends of the Victor Farmington Library announce giant fall book sale

Friends of the Victor Farmington Library announce giant fall book sale
Thanks to the help of Eastview Mall, this year’s Friends of the Victor Farmington Library fall book sale will be two and half times larger than last year’s. Held in the former Lane Bryant store ... more
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New Advisory Board member at the Geneva Salvation Army

New Advisory Board member at the Geneva Salvation Army
Debra Damick was recently appointed to The Salvation Army of Geneva’s growing Advisory Board. Debra is a Geneva native and was a registered Dental Hygienist for 46 years before her retirement. For the past 39 ... more
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