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UPDATE: Auburn woman ID’d as victim in fatal crash on SR 34

New York State Police have identified the 57-year-old Auburn woman who was killed in the fatal crash on State Route 34 in Sennett last week. The accident happened on Route 34 between Manrow and Highbridge roads Thursday morning around  7 am. Vivian D. Johnson was the passenger in the vehicle, which was operated by her significant other William H. Harley.... more

25-year-old charged with disseminating indecent materials to 12-year-old Cayuga County child

Sheriff David Gould reports that last Thursday, the Cayuga County Sheriff’s Office initiated an investigation into an allegation that an adult male from Syracuse had been engaging in inappropriate online contact with a 12-year-old child from Cayuga County. As a result of that investigation, 25-year-old Joshua E. Mauro of 209 ½ Lawrence Avenue in Syracuse was arrested on Monday for disseminating... more

Dump truck accident in Sennett damages utility pole

A dump truck accident in Sennett caused damage to a utility pole in the predawn hours Monday. Dispatchers at 911 said a dump truck rolled over around 5:35 a.m. in the area of Franklin Street Road and Chestnut Ridge Road. Emergency responders extricated the driver from the vehicle. State police said the driver of the Vitale-Robinson Concrete truck sustained minor... more

Couple returns $10,000 after finding cash in shopping cart at Tractor Supply in Sennett

A couple's trip to Tractor Supply Co. in Sennett took an unexpected turn Monday when the two found nearly $10,000 cash in their shopping cart. The money, stored in a bank envelope along with someone's checkbook, was left there from the night before, but the couple found it sometime between 8 and 9 a.m. Monday morning. Inside were stacks of... more

Memorial bench for man killed in Sennett car accident placed at Montezuma Wildlife Refuge

Scott Green used to walk with his son, Kristopher, around Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge. They'd hunt and fish there, go on hikes, and the last time, right before Kristopher died in a car accident, they hiked to a spot where two deer peeked at them through the bramble across the Seneca Canal. Read more from the Auburn Citizen more