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Hit and miss rain showers (photo)

Hit and miss rain showers (photo)
Even as a vast majority of the region saw measurable rain - this photo shows how challenging it's been for some to see a shower. Photo by Susan Chippero ... more
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Staring contest? (photo)

Staring contest? (photo)
Steve Eichorn captured this goose, who was interested in having a staring contest when he shot it ... more
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Rain in the distance (photo)

Rain in the distance (photo)
Travis J. Smith captured this awesome view from Ontario County last week ... more
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Hazy evening on Lake Ontario (photo)

Hazy evening on Lake Ontario (photo)
This shot of Lake Ontario was captured in the Town of Ontario by Delilah Nolan‎ ... more
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Double rainbow on Keuka (photo)

Double rainbow on Keuka (photo)
Up close and personal with a double rainbow on Keuka Lake. Photo captured by marine patrols with the Yates County Sheriff's Office ... more
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Sunset in Yates County (photo)

Sunset in Yates County (photo)
Sheriff Ron Spike shared this great shot from Yates County over the weekend ... more
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Former state trooper, auditor will face off in Seneca Falls Town Justice race

No viable town manager candidate yet: Seneca Falls launches second search
Who will succeed Seneca Falls Town Justice Sean Laquidari who resigned earlier this year? The candidates are set for the November 3 election. Democrats caucused earlier this month, choosing Steven Kelley - a retired New ... more
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Police: Shots fired under investigation in Ithaca

Police: Shots fired under investigation in Ithaca
Police are investigating reported shots fired in the city of Ithaca on Sunday. Police say they were called to the area of the 600 block of West State Street a little after 10 p.m. They ... more
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Victims suffer serious burns after explosion at Wayne County bonfire

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A Wayne County man was arrested on several charges after a bonfire led to an explosion in Lyons. Isaiah Lorrena, 18, of Clyde was charged with three counts of assault and one count of reckless ... more
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New York braces for second wave of coronavirus

Siena Poll shows New Yorkers are bracing for a second wave in the fall
As New Yorkers watch other states deal with massive increases in coronavirus caseload - residents are bracing for another round here in the Empire State. According to a newly released Siena College poll 62 percent ... more
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Police: Felony charge after investigation into domestic incident in Geneva

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A Geneva man was arrested on a felony charge after a domestic incident in the city. The Geneva Police Department reports that on July 4th officers arrested Phillip Chastine Jr., 38, of Geneva for violating ... more
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Police: Byrne Dairy robbery being investigated in city of Ithaca

Ithaca man accused of stealing pickup truck from construction site
On Saturday around 1:52 a.m. police responded to a burglary alarm at the Byrne Dairy on N. Meadow Street in the city of Ithaca. Upon arrival, officers learned that a robbery had occurred. A firearm ... more
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Firefighters battle vehicle fire on Rt. 64 in Ontario County

Firefighters battle vehicle fire on Rt. 64 in Ontario County
The Ontario County Sheriff's Office says Route 64 was shut down for more than an hour on Friday after a vehicle fire. Deputies were called to 2380 State Route 64 for the report of a ... more
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Deputies: One sent to hospital after Canandaigua crash

Deputies: One sent to hospital after Canandaigua crash
One person was sent to the hospital after a two-vehicle crash involving driver's from Florida and Maryland in Canandaigua. The Ontario County Sheriff's Office reports that 21-year-old Nathaneal Burkett, of Hagerstown, Maryland was traveling on ... more
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Democrats push for three major housing bills to eliminate rent, mortgage debt for unemployed New Yorkers

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Is more mortgage and rent relief necessary in New York State? Lawmakers in Albany are considering just that, as fears of a looming housing crisis rest on the other side of the coronavirus-induced shutdowns. Democratic ... more
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Deputy from Wayne County will appear on ‘Tough As Nails’ series on CBS

Deputy from Wayne County will appear on ‘Tough As Nails’ series on CBS
A local woman will be appearing on a CBS television show in the near future, according to CBS officials. Linda Goodridge, a Marion native, is listed as a participant on the CBS reality TV show ... more
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Cuomo says COVID-19 cases will rise again in NY, but for now data remains positive

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On Sunday, Governor Andrew Cuomo updated New Yorkers on the state's progress during the Coronavirus Pandemic. "New York State continues to move forward combatting COVID-19 with its phased, data-driven reopening in the face of alarming ... more
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New cases of COVID-19 reported in Ontario County

New cases of COVID-19 reported in Ontario County
There's been a slight uptick in cases of Novel Coronavirus in Ontario County, according to public health officials. In an update from Saturday, Ontario County Public Health noted that there were three new cases of ... more
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Two people at Skaneateles Lake ‘Cove’ on July 4 had coronavirus

At least two people who have tested positive for coronavirus were at a popular summer gathering spot on Skaneateles Lake on July 4th, according to Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon. McMahon, in a tweet, encouraged ... more
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Double the rainbow (photo)

Double the rainbow (photo)
This stunning double-rainbow was captured by Rachel Burkholder ... more
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Unemployment boost could keep $600 federal bonus in play in to 2021

Unemployment insurance boost could add $600 more per week through January
Senator Chuck Schumer is calling for the extension of the $600 unemployment boost the federal government instituted at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. As some lawmakers advocate for its extension, others are calling for ... more
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