Local and regional news from the Finger Lakes Times covering the Finger Lakes region in Central New York.
Public invited to program on trash trains, incinerators
December 17, 2017, 9:00 pm | Source
ROMULUS — Dr. Paul Connett, professor emeritus in environmental chemistry at St. Lawrence University in Canton will be the guest speaker at a public program on the proposed waste-to-energy project at the former Seneca Army Depot.
Ed Smaldone Sr.: Geneva was in his heart
December 17, 2017, 8:00 pm | Source
GENEVA — In the mid-1970s, the future of two longtime institutions, DeSales High School and professional baseball in the city, was in jeopardy. It concerned many Geneva residents.
Tougher property maintenance code on Watelroo town Board agenda
WATERLOO — A more stringent, enforceable property maintenance code with stiffer penalties and fines is in the offing for the town of Waterloo.
DEC proposes changes to Penn Yan wastewater treatment discharge permit
PENN YAN — Public comment about new, modified permits for the village wastewater treatment plant must be submitted to the state Department of Environmental Conservation by Jan. 12.
Duo suspected in credit-card skimming arrested
CANANDAIGUA — Two people suspected of using a device to skim information from credit cards have been arrested.
Penn Yan man found guilty of selling cocaine
PENN YAN — A Yates County jury convicted a local man of felony drug charges Friday following a trial.
Committee may be formed to study naming of school building
WATERLOO — The Board of Education will discuss the potential naming of a school building Monday night.
Garee pleads guilty to violation, reduced from felony
WATERLOO — The Seneca Falls man charged with a Class D felony for making indirect verbal threats to Supervisor Greg Lazzaro and Seneca Meadows Landfill Regional Manager Kyle Black pleaded guilty Friday to a reduced charge of second-degree harassment, a…
BARRETT: Special delivery — Finger Lakes Times being delivered through the mail
December 17, 2017, 6:55 pm | Source
As of today more than half of our home delivery subscribers will have their daily Finger Lakes Times delivered right to their mailboxes.
Annual Gloves 4 Love campaign heads into final stages
December 17, 2017, 5:00 pm | Source
SENECA FALLS — For nearly a decade, one local family has spearheaded an effort to provide winter outerwear to Ontario and Seneca county residents in need.
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