Relay for Life is the signature fund raising event for the American Cancer Society. This is the 5th year Victor has hosted the event, held on the varsity soccer field of the Victor Central School campus. This year the relay is scheduled for Saturday, June 8, from 2 p.m. - 2 a.m.
The EF5 tornado that devastated Moore, Okla., on Monday has caused untold damage and claimed at least 24 lives. If you want to help, check out the information below.
Area families enjoyed breakfast in the woods at Victor Municipal Park Lodge on Paparone Drive on Saturday, May 4.
Sixteen outstanding businesses and owners were honored at Victor Local Development Corporation’s Ninth Annual Victor Business Awards Luncheon on Thursday, May 9, at Cobblestone Creek Country Club in Victor.
Ontario County’s premier outdoor performance venue, Constellation Brands-Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center in Hopewell, is coming back to life. This year will mark the venue’s 30th season.
In a letter to parents Victor Central School Superintendent Dawn Santiago-Marullo said "the cause of widespread gastrointestinal illnesses experienced by students during the week of May 3 appears to be Noro-virus."
About 2 million patrons visited Finger Lakes Casino and Racetrack in 2012, producing a total revenue of $129.6 million. Most are at the Farmington venue to find an afternoon of relaxing entertainment. Others come for more.
A 30-minute rain delay ended up helping the Victor softball team on Wednesday. The Blue Devils trailed before the delay, but scored five runs in both the fifth and sixth innings to earn an 11-2 win over Webster Thomas.
Victor senior Lacey Clark said the team used the break to re-focus. All nine Blue Devils came to the plate during both of the big innings, as they came back from a 2-1 deficit.
“We call it our hit train,” said Clark, who is committed to play for Hofstra University next year. “When we do that we play our best because we work together.”
Becky and Jason Black are planning a day of family fun to benefit Golisano Children’s Hospital on Saturday, May 18. The event, in memory of their infant son Emerson Black, is called “Embracing Emerson,” and is set for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Red Jacket High School on Route 21 in Shortsville.
After months of anxious waiting, one Victor family may soon add five more children to their family of seven. But until U.S. Immigration Services gives a nod, Mpaka and Irene Kamara will have to play the waiting game. Mpaka’s four recently orphaned nephews and one niece await a green light from their rented living space in Mwanda, Congo.
Three men were arrested Wednesday and jailed on charges that they tried to cover for their friend Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, according to officials.
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The Victor Central Schools campus is hosting a day of lacrosse on Saturday, May 4 for the sixth-annual LaxFest.
Blue Devils lacrosse teams featuring boys and girls between grades 2 and 12 will play games throughout the day on Corbit Field and the surrounding playing fields at 953 High St.
The American dream is alive and well among girls, according to a new report by the Girl Scout Research Institute, which shows that girls feel optimistic about her financial futures but lack confidence in making the actual dollars and cents decisions.
Four enticing events will take place in Victor in the coming weeks. Residents will hit the streets for the first Art and Wine Walk of the year, a bicentennial walking tour and bike ride, a week-long focus on Honor Flight, and a Food and Brew Fest.
The Summer Recreation program is gearing up in Farmington. Registration dates for the June 24 - August 2 program will take place in May. Four separate registration sessions are scheduled, each from 5:30–7 p.m. at Farmington Town Hall at 1000 County Road 8.
For Victor Librarian Lynne Madden, it’s never too soon to start reading to children. While she’s wrapping up one series of Victor Free Library story times for preschool children of all ages, she’s already planning ahead for another session this summer.
Victor native Matt Ryan has every reason to be proud this week. New York NOW, the statewide news show he hosts and manages from a home base near Albany, won its first ever New York State Emmy Sunday night in New York.
Frances Elliott fulfilled a lifelong dream when she opened Kreekside Country & Primitive Store in Farmington. Up and running since mid-November 2012, her shop features handmade quilts, embroidered pillows, and rustic handcrafted lamps, shelves and stools created from cedar wood tree limbs and stumps.