Local and regional news from the Finger Lakes Times covering the Finger Lakes region in Central New York.
New Vision alum: Be a well-rounded student
May 22, 2018, 8:05 pm | Source
GENEVA — Grades are important for students applying to college, particularly those interested in medical school.
Wayne County murder trial nearing end
LYONS — The prosecution is expected to wrap up its case Tuesday in the trial of a Waterloo man accused of killing his former girlfriend in Sodus.
Landfill head quizzed on high winds and blowing trash
CANANDAIGUA — How hard does the wind have to gust before the Ontario County Landfill shuts down for the day to avoid trash blowing off the site?
Man apprehended after standoff
NEWARK — Criminal charges are possible for a man who allegedly threatened to kill police during a weekend standoff.
SF Town Board endorses economic development plan, grant application
SENECA FALLS — The Town Board Monday voted to endorse an application for a $10 million state Downtown Revitalization Grant.
Police arrest two for Geneva robbery
GENEVA — City police arrested two Farmington residents Saturday following an alleged robbery at the Fastrac on Hamilton Street.
Corning-Painted Post takes top honors at Seneca Falls Pageant of Bands
May 22, 2018, 5:00 pm | Source
SENECA FALLS — The 46th annual Seneca Falls Pageant of Bands was held this past Friday and Saturday, with 11 school districts competing in a host of musical categories. Saturday’s rainy weather cleared just in time for the concluding marching…
Skimming device found at Canandaigua gas station
May 22, 2018, 4:00 pm | Source
CANANDAIGUA — City police are investigating an incident involving the discovery of a skimming device implanted inside a gas pump at the A Plus Mini Mart gas station.
Jonathan Taylor seeking second term as Newark mayor
May 22, 2018, 2:55 pm | Source
NEWARK — Jonathan Taylor captured the 2014 mayoral race as a Republican running on the Democratic line.
MAKING A DIFFERENCE: Benches at Ridgewood Playground, courtesy of Boy Scout
May 21, 2018, 8:09 pm | Source
GENEVA — A local teen is about to achieve the highest honor a Boy Scout can earn.
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