Canandaigua, NY Lifestyle


Wegmans is expanding to its newest location and looking for employees

The newest Wegmans location in Washington D.C. is now hiring around 450 people. 150 will be full time positions. The store is 84,000 square feet and located in northwestern D.C. in the former Fannie Mae building. There are various full time positions for locals, including management, customer service, overnight grocery,...
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Former owner of Donuts Delite has died

Rochester, N.Y. — Former owner of Donuts Delite, Bob Malley, passed away over the weekend. A pioneer in Rochester's donut history. Malley joined his father in the late 1950's and opened Donut's Delite at the corner of Culver Rd. and Empire Blvd. The father-son duo ran the business until 2005.
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TAKE 5 $38K Ticket Sold in LIVONIA

LIVONIA, NY – The New York Lottery today announced one top-prize winning ticket was sold for the October 17 TAKE 5 EVENING drawing. Take 5 players with midday and evening draws on the same ticket must check their numbers at to determine if they have the winning numbers for the corresponding midday or evening drawing.
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The 9 Best Places In New York To Get Your Apple Cider Fix This Fall

We know this statement might ruffle some feathers with Starbucks fans who love pumpkin spice everything. But we don’t think any beverage represents fall in New York more than apple cider. You can find it bottled on store shelves, or maybe you even like to mull some yourself in a slow cooker or on the […] The post The 9 Best Places In New York To Get Your Apple Cider Fix This Fall appeared first on Only In Your State.

Former Donuts Delite owner Bob Malley has died

The former owner of an iconic Rochester area donut shop has died. Bob Malley and his family were the founders of Donuts Delite on Culver Road. Malley died Sunday at the age of 86. Donuts Delite opened in 1958 and the Malley family ran the business until 2005. The Malley...

Bat tests positive for rabies in Livingston County

AVON, N.Y. (WHEC) — A bat in Livingston County has tested positive for rabies on Friday. The Livingston County Public Health Director confirmed that a bat found in Avon tested positive for rabies. Thankfully, the department of health says no one has been identified as at risk of exposure. Officials...

$20.7 million dollars will go toward airport improvements across New York State

$20.7 million dollars is being given to airports across the state to improve safety and bolster innovation, development, and sustainability. The goal is to make communities comparable economically to other states. New York State Transportation Commissioner Marie Therese Dominguez is working to strengthen the transportation infrastructure to help with safety,...

CountryMax hosting pet costume contest Saturday

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — Dressing up for Halloween? How about your pet?. You can enter yours in the pet costume contest this Saturday at the CountryMax in Henrietta. Our own First Alert Meteorologist Stacey Pensgen will be one of the guest judges!. It's free to enter. Registration starts at 9...

Hiking the Sampson State Park trail along Seneca Lake. See the photos

About this feature: This column features the trail treks of Rosie the redbone hound and her companion, Daily Messenger reporter Julie Sherwood. The story of Sampson State Park goes back to 1942 when President Franklin D. Roosevelt approved construction of a naval base on Seneca Lake. We headed to Sampson...

Greece Chamber Networks at Los Gallos Mexican Grill

The Greece Regional Chamber of Commerce recently joined Los Gallos Mexican Grill, for an after hours business networking event. Los Gallos Mexican Grill, located at 2700 W. Ridge Road in Greece, offers a vast array of authentic simple Mexican fare in a colorful Cantina where vivid artwork and sombreros line the walls. Their goal is to be the best Mexican restaurant in the Rochester, NY, area.

Hospitality alumnus barbecues a delicious business and community success story

A community that barbecues together stays together, and Ryan Brooks’ extended community of family, employees, and customers associated with the Brooks’ House of Bar-B-Q thrived together. During the pandemic, his sweet and tangy barbecue chicken was part of many frontline workers’ appreciation days at hospitals and other health facilities—catered often...

Visit local haunted sites on Rochester Candlelight Ghost Walks

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Halloween is right around the corner and the Rochester area has plenty of spooky places people can go to get in the spirit of the season. The Haunted Halloween Trail of New York lists the Rochester Candlelight Ghost Walks as the perfect way to tour it all. Founder Jenni Lynn knows all the stories well. Dressed as the Lady in White, she met with Spectrum News 1 at the "White Lady's Castle" at Durand Eastman Park.

Pet costume contest in Canandaigua promises to turn Oct. 31 into Howl-o-ween

CANANDAIGUA — Pets rarely appear in paintings, photographs or other illustrations wearing much apart from a collar in the 19th and 20th centuries. But fast forward to the 21st century and there is plenty of attire for pets that includes disguises to wear at parties and parades, especially at this time of year. “Fido” can become a superhero and “Kitty” a ballerina in a tutu.
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Halloween decorating contest returns to Caledonia, Mumford

CALEDONIA — People across Caledonia and Mumford are getting in the holiday spirit, not only for trick or treaters but also for the area’s annual Halloween decorating contest. This is the contest’s second year. Organizers started it last year during the COVID-19 pandemic and, because it was so well-received, decided...

Letter: Thank you, Bob Palumbo

I am writing regarding the Dog Park on Buffalo Street. I greatly appreciate having the Dog Park; however, there was a very difficult problem with the entrance to the large dog area. The problem was that there was deep mud at the entrance. There were so many calls with requests...