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Wine, Dine & Dance at Ontario ARC’s Wine Mixer on April 27th

Wine, Dine & Dance at Ontario ARC's Wine Mixer on April 27th
Raise a glass – and funds for the Friends of Ontario ARC Foundation! Join Honorary Chairs Debbie and Don Culeton for Ontario ARC’s Wine Mixer on Saturday, April 27th. The event kicks off at 6PM ... more
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Next to Normal comes to Geneva in May

Next to Normal comes to Geneva in May
Theatre 444 gets ready to take center stage with performances of Next to Normal at the Pat Collins Black Box Theater at the Geneva Community Center on May 2, 3 and 4 at 8 p.m. as ... more
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Meeting hosted to discuss solar power in Geneva

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Joule Community Power and Town Supervisor Mark Venuti hosted a meeting to discuss the potential inclusion of a solar farm for Geneva residents and other NESEG patrons which would lead to both individual-bill savings and ... more
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Parking changes coming to Geneva as part of DRI

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Motorists in downtown Geneva may need to develop a new skill in the coming years: backing into parking spaces. Under the Downtown Streetscape Project getting funding from the state’s $10 million Downtown Revitalization Initiative, designs ... more
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Hobart rallies past Bryant 12-11

Hobart rallies past Bryant 12-11
The Hobart College lacrosse team earned a 12-11 Northeast Conference victory over Bryant University on Boswell Field at Urick Stadium this afternoon. Junior Eric Holden scored his fourth goal of the game with under three ... more
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Steve Valentino to vie for Geneva city mayor

Veteran City Councilor Steve Valentino has made it official: He is running for mayor. The city Democratic Committee announced Friday afternoon that Valentino, who represents Ward 3 on Council, is the party’s mayoral candidate. Valentino ... more
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Councilor says town drawing away from development in Geneva

With two major developments in the town underway and a third in the planning stages, the town and the city are teaming up to determine if the city’s sewer system is able to handle the ... more
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Bill Hart running for Geneva City Court judge

The city will have a new supervising city judge come 2020, with the impending retirement of Justice Timothy Buckley. Fellow Democrat Bill Hart wants to succeed him. Hart announced in a press release that he ... more
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Displaced USDA employees find new spaces after Geneva fire

Displaced USDA employees find new spaces after Geneva fire
A fire that destroyed a greenhouse complex and damaged an office/lab building early Saturday evening hasn’t stopped displaced employees with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Research Service from doing their jobs. “Everyone is back to ... more
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FILLING A VOID: Waste Not looks to succeed Mother Earth Natural Foods in Geneva this summer

FILLING A VOID: Waste Not looks to succeed Mother Earth Natural Foods in Geneva this summer
With her business plan and model intact, Marilla Gonzalez, founder and owner of Waste Not is anxious to bring-back a nutritious health-food and commerce store to Exchange Street by July. Since July 1979, Mother Earth ... more
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Councilor says town drawing away city development in Geneva

Councilor says town drawing away city development in Geneva
With two major developments in the town underway and a third in the planning stages, the town and the city are teaming up to determine if the city’s sewer system is able to handle the ... more
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Geneva man charged with attempted rape in Canandaigua

Geneva man charged with attempted rape in Canandaigua
On April 5th at approximately 6:25 p.m. the Canandaigua Police Department arrested a 27-year-old Geneva resident on attempted rape charges. Joshua M. Lee, 27, of Geneva was charged with attempted rape in the second degree.  It’s ... more
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Geneva man accused of selling cocaine

Police: Seneca Falls man accused of verbally, physically abusing child in Walmart
On April 4th at approximately 8:56 a.m. the Geneva Police Department arrested a 22-year-old Geneva resident on felony drug charges. Police say that Daquan A. Covington, 22, of Geneva was charged with third-degree criminal sale ... more
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Port 100 makes pitch for money in Geneva

Port 100 makes pitch for money in Geneva
A city co-working group said it has enough funding to keep the space open through 2019. It’s after that time that Port 100’s future becomes more challenging. At City Council’s meeting last week, two Port ... more
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Ethics Committee has opening in Geneva

The city board charged with ensuring public officials abide by a code of conduct is seeking a new member. Ethics Committee member Sam Cappiello’s term ends at the end of the month, and City Council ... more
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Fundraiser to benefit Rural Migrant Ministry youth programs coming up

Fundraiser to benefit Rural Migrant Ministry youth programs coming up
On April 12th allies of immigrants and farmworkers will gather for a fundraiser to benefit local youth programs coordinated by the Rural Migrant Ministry and Adelante Student Voices. Hosted by The Cracker Factory, the evening ... more
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DRI-funded street projects to be unveiled in Geneva

DRI-funded street projects to be unveiled in Geneva
City officials, along with representatives of the design firm Barton & Loguidice, are hosting a meeting Tuesday to present draft designs for street and sidewalk improvements that are receiving funding under the state’s $10 million ... more
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Physical altercation at Belhurst Castle leads to charges for Webster man

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Deputies report that a 44-year-old was taken to the Ontario County Jail after a physical altercation at the Belhurst Castle early-Saturday. The Ontario County Sheriff's Office reports that John Volker, 44, of Webster was charged ... more
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Greenhouse destroyed by fire at Cornell Agritech in Geneva (video)

Greenhouse destroyed by fire at Cornell Agritech in Geneva
First spotted by a police officer who saw smoke - a greenhouse was destroyed by fire at Cornell Agritech Saturday evening in Geneva. The blaze was reported around 7 p.m. and prompted response from several ... more
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Geneva location remains open as Friendly’s restaurants abruptly close

Friendly’s restaurants abruptly shut down; Geneva location has uncertain future
It looks like Friendly's locations will be few-and-far between. Friendly's locations throughout the state and region were abruptly shutting down on Sunday, with no plans of reopening. There were already very few Friendly's locations left ... more
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Hobart falls in Philly, 12-11 in overtime

Hobart falls in Philly, 12-11
Hobart College junior Justin Scott became the 13th Division I Statesman to record 100 career points during this afternoon's Northeast Conference showdown at St. Joseph's University. The host Hawks pulled out a 12-11 win in ... more
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