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Geneva man accused of attacking, choking, and pulling gun on person inside their home

Police arrested a Geneva man following an attack at a local home. Police were called to a home on North Main Street around 12:30 p.m. on Monday for a report of family trouble. Upon arrival, they found Tony Cunningham, 51, of Geneva ... MORE
Inside look at Geneva’s new food-delivery facility, RealEats (video)

RealEats: Inside look at Geneva’s new food delivery facility (video)

Matthew Beadle has been in food manufacturing for more than 20 years.   “I’ve worked for many plants from freeze-fried processing to military rations and canned foods,” he said. Now, he’s the Senior Vice President of Operations for RealEats, and its new ... MORE
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Geneva woman shoplifts from Walmart, swaps price tags

Police arrested a Geneva woman following a theft at Walmart. According to a news release, the Seneca Falls Police Department arrested Nancy Rojas-Bermudez, 47, of Geneva for petit larceny and falsifying business records. Rojas-Bermudez had switched the price tags on merchandise and ... MORE
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Palermo chooses Bill Wellman as undersheriff in race for Ontario County Sheriff

Silvio Palermo has selected his running mate. The candidate for Ontario County Sheriff selected Bill Wellman, a 25 year veteran of the sheriff’s office, to serve as his undersheriff- if Palermo is elected. “I could not be more pleased than to announced ... MORE
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Thunderstorms bring heavy rain, leaving behind flooded roads in the Finger Lakes (full coverage)

Last week it was reports of wind damage following severe thunderstorms in the Finger Lakes. On Wednesday, a hot and humid airmass brought thunderstorms with torrential rain for areas in Monroe, Ontario, Wayne, Yates, Seneca, and Cayuga counties. Few of the storms ... MORE
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Stroke Support Group meets via Zoom on July 7

The regional Stroke Support Group hosted by UR Medicine Thompson Health will meet on Thursday, July 7. The meeting will be held at 1 p.m., via Zoom, and will feature a speaker from the University of Rochester Medical Center. Board-certified as a ... MORE
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Ontario County leaders back Lee Zeldin in primary race for New York Governor

As the primary election nears, Ontario County leaders are lining up for Rep. Lee Zeldin for the Republican nomination for Governor of New York. Congressman Zeldin, who has been campaigning across the state for two years, is in a four-way race for ... MORE
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Canandaigua National Bank & Trust joins in celebration of Grand Opening of Inclusion in Motion Playground

Canandaigua’s Inclusion in Motion Playground held a ribbon cutting and grand opening on June 18th.  Deborah Rought, Community Office Manager at Canandaigua National Bank & Trust (CNB) and Past President, Kiwanis of Canandaigua, participated in the ceremony. The mission of the Inclusion ... MORE
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Geneva High student publishes poetry collection

It isn’t unusual to graduate high school with aspirations of a career in writing. Less common, though, is already being a published author when you cross the stage. Senior Sally Young, who is the Class of 2022 salutatorian, this year published a ... MORE
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Geneva Housing Authority appoints new CEO

Geneva Housing Authority’s Board of Commissioners has appointed Bob Doeblin as its new Chief Executive Officer succeeding Andy Tyman who has been in the position for the past 35 years and will be stepping down later in September. Doeblin is a 25-year ... MORE
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Waterloo man charged with assault after incident at Ontario County Jail

Police arrested a Waterloo man after an incident at the Ontario County Jail. According to a news release, the Ontario County Sheriff’s Office charged Scott W. Meldrum, 34, of Waterloo with assault. Meldrum engaged in a physical altercation with another incarcerated individual, ... MORE
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Internet of Things could be used to monitor town of Geneva facilities

The town of Geneva is interested in partnering with Cornell University on its statewide internet of things (IoT) network. An IoT network is a group of interconnected devices that are monitored by sensors. In the case of the town, Geneva Town Supervisor ... MORE
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Infection Prevention Director wins National Award

UR Medicine Thompson Health Director of Infection Prevention/Disaster Preparedness Kristen Beideman recently received the 2022 Emerging Leader in IP Award from the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC). The award presentation took place in Indianapolis on June 15 during the ... MORE

One arrested after larceny investigation at Canandaigua Walmart

A Canandaigua resident was arrested following a shoplifting incident at Walmart. According to a news release, the Ontario County Sheriff’s Office arrested Kyla Hyde, 22, of Canandaigua for petit larceny. The arrest is a result of an investigation into a larceny complaint ... MORE
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Geneva High School announces valedictorian and salutatorian

Although this year’s Geneva High School valedictorian will spend the next few years in Boston, she may someday find herself walking the halls of her alma mater again. En-Ya Shen’s next time at Geneva High School, though, she could be the teacher ... MORE
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INSIDE THE FLX: David Cirencione talks primary for Ontario County Sheriff (podcast)

David Cirencione is running for Ontario County Sheriff. That isn’t ‘new’ news, but days away from Primary Day in New York- Cirencione is joining Ted Baker on Inside the FLX. The two discuss Cirencione’s campaign, the issues facing the Ontario County Sheriff’s ... MORE
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Electric vehicle charging station coming soon to Geneva Town Hall

The town of Geneva is getting close to installing an electric vehicle charging station at the Town Hall. Geneva Town Supervisor Mark Venuti says there will be a slow-charge station and a faster one that will fully charge a vehicle in just ... MORE
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Canandaigua native ‘The Mayor’ Pete Kennedy among latest round of iHeartMedia layoffs

A longtime voice of local radio heard between Rochester and Syracuse is the latest casualty of mass media layoffs. iHeartMedia has held another round of layoffs, which included “The Mayor” Pete Kennedy. Website Radio Insight reported last week that the layoffs were ... MORE