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The New York State Department of Labor announces ride safety inspections to keep New Yorkers safe at fairgrounds statewide

The New York State Department of Labor announces ride safety inspections to keep New Yorkers safe at fairgrounds statewide
The New York State Department of Labor (NYSDOL) today announced that safety inspections of amusement rides statewide have been underway as the peak of fair season approaches. With the Great New York State Fair starting ... more
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Soldiers and Sailors Auxiliary offers vintage jewelry sale at The Windmill

Soldiers and Sailors Auxiliary offers vintage jewelry sale at The Windmill
The Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hospital Auxiliary will offer a Jewelry Sale on Saturday, September 3 at the Windmill, Route 14A, midway between Penn Yan and Dundee. The jewelry sale will be in the gazebo ... more
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Fox Run Vineyards welcomes new Head Winemaker

Fox Run Vineyards welcomes new Head Winemaker
Fox Run Vineyards, one of the most prominent wineries in the Finger Lakes, has announced the appointment of Craig Hosbach as its new head winemaker effective September 1. Hosbach, 44, succeeds long-time winemaker Peter Bell, ... more
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Geneva Area Chamber co-hosts groundbreaking milestone celebration for Lakes Edge Seneca Development Project

Geneva Area Chamber co-hosts groundbreaking milestone celebration for Lakes Edge Seneca Development Project
The Geneva Area Chamber of Commerce will be co-hosting a Member Milestone Celebration for one of its newest members, Lake's Edge Development Group LLC, on Thursday, August 25 from 12-2pm. The celebration will honor the ... more
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Kiwanis Club of Canandaigua receives $25,000 grant

Direct payments for essential workers in Connecticut– up to $1,000
Kiwanis Club of Canandaigua has received a grant of $25,000 from the Ralph C. Wilson Jr Legacy Fund for Youth Sports at the Community Foundation. This grant will be applied toward equipment purchased for the ... more
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Waterloo CSD receives $1.37 million grant to support mental health of students

money available as a direct payment
The Waterloo Central School District has received a $1,371,669 grant from the New York State Office of Mental Health to support the mental health of its students. The grant includes funding for the District’s Multi-Tiered ... more
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Attorney General James fights to protect access to reproductive health care and emergency abortion care

Attorney General James fights to protect access to reproductive health care and emergency abortion care
New York Attorney General Letitia James today continued her fight to protect nationwide reproductive health care access and limit the effect of dangerous abortion bans. Co-leading a multistate coalition with California, Attorney General James filed ... more
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Attorney General James announces debt relief for students who attended ITT Educational Services for-profit colleges

Direct payments for essential workers in Connecticut– up to $1,000
New York Attorney General today announced that as part of the U.S. Department of Education's group discharge for borrowers who attended for-profit colleges run by ITT Educational Services, Inc. (ITT) between 2005 and September 2016, ... more
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DEC announces $3.1 million in Environmental Justice Community Impact Grant awards

DEC announces .1 million in Environmental Justice Community Impact Grant awards
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos today announced $3.1 million in Environmental Justice Community Impact Grants for 32 community-based organizations to support projects that address environmental and public health concerns ... more
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DEC announces start of construction on $3.5 million flood resiliency projects in Fair Haven, Cayuga County

DEC announces .1 million in Environmental Justice Community Impact Grant awards
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos today announced the start of construction of two flood resiliency projects in the village of Fair Haven, Cayuga County. The village was awarded $3.5 ... more
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Fleur De Lis Motorsports and MBM Motorsports team-up to field First Responders Awareness car at the Glen

Fleur De Lis Motorsports and MBM Motorsports team-up to field First Responders Awareness car at the Glen
Seneca Falls native Craig Partee, owner Fleur De Lis Motorsports, returns to Watkins Glen International August 20 to field the First Responders Awareness car in the NASCAR Xfinity series. The Fleur De Lis Motorsports entry ... more
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Music and poetry in the Finger Lakes at the Rochester Folk Art Guild

Music and poetry in the Finger Lakes at the Rochester Folk Art Guild
The Rochester Folk Art Guild's third installment of the summer Lecture on the Lawn Series will take place at 2:00 pm on August 21 at their East Hill Farm, 1445 Upper Hill Road, Middlesex, NY ... more
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Upstate New York Poison Center releases statement after increase in calls for children eating marijuana edibles

Upstate New York Poison Center releases statement after increase in calls for children eating marijuana edibles
Below is a press release from the Upstate New York Poison Center regarding children eating marijuana edibles: "The Upstate New York Poison Center has seen a sharp increase in the number of calls to our ... more
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Zugibe Vineyards hosts Geneva Chamber’s August BAH mixer

Zugibe Vineyards hosts Geneva Chamber's August BAH mixer
The Geneva Area Chamber of Commerce held its August Business After Hours Networking Mixer at Zugibe Vineyards on Wednesday August 10. About 25 Chamber members and partners attended the event which included wine tastings, and ... more
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Tanya Tucker, Quiet Riot and Kansas added to del Lago’s entertainment lineup

HUNKS bring sizzle and chiseled physiques to del Lago this September
Three acts have been added to del Lago Resort & Casino’s entertainment lineup: Tanya Tucker, performing Sat., Sept. 24; Quiet Riot, performing Thurs., Oct. 27; and Kansas, performing Sat., Nov. 5. All three shows will ... more
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SUNY Cortland partners with a new type of energy hog

SUNY Cortland partners with a new type of energy hog
It's not hogwash. SUNY Cortland is using pigs to clean up unruly grass and weeds around its solar panels. It's a first-of-its-kind experiment to see whether a special breed of grazing pig can someday replace ... more
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Historic Geneva brings Celtic music to Rose Hill Mansion

Historic Geneva brings Celtic music to Rose Hill Mansion
This summer, Historic Geneva brings back its free concert series on the lawn at Rose Hill Mansion. For three Sundays, the grounds will be alive with music and fun. Bring a picnic dinner and enjoy ... more
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Senator Helming sponsors Red Cross Blood Drive on August 22 in Canandaigua

Senator Helming sponsors Red Cross Blood Drive on August 22 in Canandaigua
Senator Pam Helming is joining the American Red Cross to sponsor a community blood drive on Monday, August 22 from 1 p.m.-7 p.m. at Canandaigua American Legion Post 256, located at 454 North Main Street, ... more
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Livingston County to host job fair in Geneseo

Dedication of the Livingston County Veterans Monument is slated for Flag Day
The Livingston County Office of Workforce Development will host a job fair on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2022, from 4-6 p.m. in the County Government Center at 6 Court Street in Geneseo. The job fair will ... more
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