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2 arrested in connection with rash of Ontario County drug overdoses

2 arrested in connection with rash of Ontario County drug overdoses


Former trustee admits to stealing more than $400,000 from employer

Former trustee admits to stealing more than $400,000 from employer


Canandaigua Police charge two for animal cruelty after dog death

Fentanyl-laced cocaine may be behind Ontario County overdose spree

News10NBC Toys for Tots Holiday Drive kicks off

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Law enforcement sets sights on opioid crisis following 'rash of overdoses'

Law enforcement is taking a hard look at deadly batches of opioid drugs and what is being done to keep them off the streets...


News10NBC at 6: Online Edition

Here is the News10NBC at 6: Online Edition for Nov. 17.


Police investigating multiple opioid overdoses in Geneva

The Geneva Police Department is investigating multiple overdoses that took place in the city on Sunday.


Man who police say crashed into Bloomfield home arrested

A man who New York State Police say crashed into a Bloomfield home in October faces charges after an arrest on Wednesday...


City of Canandaigua considering tax levy increase

City leaders in Canandaigua are looking at ways to reduce a proposed 9.5% tax levy increase.


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Bristol Mountain opens for the season

Bristol Mountain is officially open for the season as of noon Thursday.


Geneva enacts stricter penalties for failing to shovel sidewalks

As the snow starts to fall, neighbors and business owners in the City of Geneva are facing a tighter window to get all that snow cleared off the sidewalks, or, face a steep penalty.


Firefighter injured after fire at alpaca farm in West Bloomfield

One firefighter was injured after a fire at an alpaca farm in West Bloomfield Wednesday afternoon.


Canandaigua breast imaging center offering free rides for patients

The program will offer rides for patients to and from the Dr. Laurie Sands and Constellation Brands Breast Imaging Center...


$300M renovations underway at Canandaigua VA Medical Center

The federal government will invest more than $300 million in the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Canandaigua when Phase II of upgrades is complete.


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