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Shortsville man charged with grand larceny after using debit card illegally

Deputies: Phelps teen damages mattress at Ontario County Jail, charged with criminal mischief
Deputies say a 33-year-old Shortsville man was arrested after an investigation into a stolen debit card. Daniel Healy, 33, is accused of using a debit card without the owner's permission to withdraw money from a ... more
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DWI charge upgraded to felony after traffic stop, investigation in Ontario County

Deputies: Phelps teen damages mattress at Ontario County Jail, charged with criminal mischief
Deputies report the arrest of a 34-year-old Canandaigua man following a sick or intoxicated driver complaint on State Route 364. Deputies say they located a vehicle operated by Joseph Gage, 34, of Canandaigua and conducted ... more
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Two charged after leaving child unattended inside car at Canandaigua plaza

Deputies: Phelps teen damages mattress at Ontario County Jail, charged with criminal mischief
Police report the arrest of two Bath residents in the city of Canandaigua following a complaint that a young child had been lift inside a vehicle unattended. The incident occurred at a parking lot on ... more
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Police: Waterloo man charged with attempted rape in Canandaigua

Police: Seneca Falls man faces felony charges after two incidents
The Canandaigua Police Department reports the arrest of a 30-year-old Waterloo resident following an investigation. Police say Joseph Wickum, 30, of Waterloo was charged with second-degree attempted rape. Investigators say Wickum used social media to ... more
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Ontario County Historical Society will hold Garden Tour on July 18th

Ontario County Historical Society will hold Garden Tour on July 18th
The Ontario County Historical Society and Museum is forging ahead with its Garden Tour event July 18th. As other festivals, concerts, and activities cancelled, the Garden Tour may be one of the only outdoor events ... more
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WEBCAST REPLAY: Town of Seneca Falls July Board Meeting (video)

Odor issues, signage, and comprehensive plan included in Seneca Falls Town Board meeting
The Town of Seneca Falls Board will hold their regular July meeting at the Town of Seneca Falls Municipal Building on Ovid Street at 6:00 pm. The meeting will be streamed live on FingerLakes1.com and ... more
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Cuomo adds three new states to New York’s travel advisory requiring 14-day quarantine

Chair of Cayuga County Dems calls for Gov. Cuomo to resign, or be impeached
On Tuesday, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced three additional states that meet the metrics to qualify for the incoming travel advisory that includes a 14-day quarantine. The newly-added states are Delaware, Kansas and Oklahoma. The quarantine ... more
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Deputies: Sodus man charged with assault in Wayne County

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Deputies say a Sodus man was arrested on an assault charge after an incident in the town of Ontario. Kevin Woods, 56, was charged with assault after allegedly punching another person in the face. Woods ... more
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Stimulus debit cards were tossed away like garbage; now U.S. Treasury Dept. is sending out letters to recipients

Stimulus debit cards were tossed away like garbage; now U.S. Treasury Dept. is sending out letters to recipients
The Treasury Department is warning residents about the possibility that they threw out a stimulus debit card. That is if they haven't received their check yet. In May and June, the Treasury mailed prepaid debit ... more
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‘No Accountability’: Priests accused of abuse remained, former bishop says

‘No Accountability’: Priests accused of abuse remained, former bishop says
For the first time Bishop Emeritus Matthew Clark admitted that priests accused of sex abuse continued to serve in ministry. The testimony came as part of a bankruptcy proceeding for the Roman Catholic Diocese of ... more
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Police negotiate for two hours, convincing man to not jump from Penn Yan trestle

Police negotiate for two hours, convincing man to not jump from Penn Yan trestle
The Penn Yan Police Department reports that no one was hurt after two hours of negotiating at the Seneca Street train trestle. Police say that on Monday around 8 p.m. officers observed a male sitting ... more
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Black Lives Matter sign damaged in Auburn, police open investigation

Black Lives Matter sign damaged in Auburn,
A large Black Lives Matter banner in Auburn has been damaged. Rev. Patrick Heery took to Facebook to let the community know that witnesses saw a person cutting the zip ties that secured the sign ... more
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Deputies: Williamson man broke chair, threatened woman during domestic

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The Wayne County Sheriff's Office reports the arrest of a Williamson man following an investigation into a domestic disturbance. Greggory Perri, 43, was charged with criminal mischief, criminal contempt, and menacing after the alleged altercation ... more
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Deputies: Narcotics bust in Seneca County after crack cocaine sold out of trailer

Horseheads man is charged for sending inappropriate materials to a Lodi minor
The Seneca County Sheriff's Office reports that on Monday members of the Narcotics Unit arrested a 59-year-old Lodi resident following a drug investigation. Pamela Merilahti was charged with criminal nuisance, a felony; and criminal possession ... more
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HEAP benefits extended in Steuben County through August

HEAP benefits extended in Steuben County through August
Regular and emergency 2019-2020 Home Energy Assistance Program benefits have been extended for Steuben County residents through August 31st, while funds for those services remain, the county Department of Social Services announced Monday. The new ... more
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Deputies: Lyons driver had 22 prior convictions, 4 license suspensions discovered during traffic stop

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The Wayne County Sheriff's Office reports the arrest of a Lyons man following a traffic stop on Grist Mill Drive on Monday. Willie Span, 53, was charged with criminal possession of a weapon, aggravated unlicensed ... more
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Deputies: Sodus man charged with DWI after traffic stop

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The Wayne County Sheriff's Office reports the arrest of a Sodus man following a traffic stop on Monday around 1:06 a.m. Drew Steingraber, 24, was stopped by deputies on Route 88 in Sodus. Following a ... more
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Cuomo: New York State Fair has been cancelled for 2020

Cuomo: New York State Fair has been cancelled for 2020
The New York State Fair has been cancelled. "This one hurts - I love the State Fair. But the risk is too high to hold it this summer," Governor Andrew Cuomo said in a tweet ... more
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NWS: Heat wave arrives in the Finger Lakes with advisories for outdoor activity

NWS: Heat wave arrives in the Finger Lakes with advisories for outdoor activity
The National Weather Service has issued a Heath Advisory for a large swath of the Finger Lakes, Southern Tier, and Western New York as oppressive temperatures are forecasted through Friday. The Heat Advisory is active ... more
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Deputies: Seneca County man charged after domestic incident in Waterloo

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The Seneca County Sheriff's Office reports the arrest of a 32-year-old following a domestic incident. On Saturday around 12:30 a.m. deputies responded to 350 Waterloo-Geneva Road for the report of a physical domestic incident in ... more
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Brief standoff, vehicle fire both reported after domestic incident at July 4th party in Canandaigua

Deputies: Phelps teen damages mattress at Ontario County Jail, charged with criminal mischief
The Canandaigua Police Department reports the arrest of a 37-year-old resident on July 4th around 8:50 p.m. Officers had been dispatched to a residence on Bristol Street for the report of two female subjects fighting ... more
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