Seneca Co. Board of Supervisors could see major election year shakeup

Nine seats on the Seneca County Board of Supervisors are up for election this year. In theory, it could mean nine new faces — as many vie for two- and four-year terms. The Seats The board, which has four at-large seats — are two-year terms. Covert Supervisor Michael Reynolds, who is up for re-election this year — also carries a... more

CLEAR EM OUT: Officials ask for residents to clear around fire hydrants

When a winter storm the magnitude of Stella makes it’s way through, leaving nearly two feet of snow (or more) in some areas — it takes some work to get everything back to normal. The roads have improved significantly just one day removed from the biggest winter storm of the season, but Seneca County officials are asking for a hand... more

South Seneca in Troy with one goal… another state title

The South Seneca girls basketball team left for the Capital Region Thursday with one goal in mind: coming home with the program’s second straight state championship, and its third overall. While the Falcons will be the favorite to win the Class C title, Mother Nature did them no favors this week. The squad missed two days of practice due to... more

LISTEN LIVE AT 1:30 PM: South Seneca battles Port Jefferson in NYS Class C Final Four

The defending state champion South Seneca Lady Falcons battle the Port Jefferson Royals in the 2017 NYSPHSAA Class C Semifinals at Hudson Valley Community College on Saturday afternoon. Pregame starts at 1:30 on FL1 Radio. Opening tip at 2:15 pm. Listen in the players below, at Mixlr.com, or tap ‘FL1 Radio’ on the free FingerLakes1.com Android or iPhone app. Jim... more

Inside the FLX: Seneca Co. BOS Chairman Bob Shipley talks local issues, 2017 outlook (podcast)

Seneca County is poised to have a great run over the next several years. Chairman of the Seneca County Board of Supervisors Bob Shipley sat down with Josh Durso on Thursday’s edition of the Inside the FLX podcast. His goals for 2017 include creating more continuity among the board, as well with other entities within the county to drive economic... more

South Seneca’s Wagner wins section title, character scholarship

Adam Wagner keeps tearing through the postseason gauntlet. The South Seneca senior won the Section V Division II championship held at The College at Brockport, SUNY Saturday, Feb. 11 for the second consecutive season. “ had to chase every wrestler he faced at 145,” head coach Ken Sweet wrote in an email. “Of course when you are 42-0, they have... more

Inside the FLX: IDA Exec. Director Bob Aronson talks depot, development, and more

“It was a great opportunity to do something for the home team.” That’s how Seneca County Industrial Development Agency Executive Director Bob Aronson views his role in driving economic development. The IDA serves as an arm of government, which organizes and establishes deals to foster economic development. His roots run deep in Seneca County, as his grandfather’s business in downtown... more

Sipp acquitted of attempted murder, guilty of lower assault charge

In what his attorney described as a best-case scenario, a Covert man was convicted of assault for injuring his estranged girlfriend with a knife — but was acquitted on more serious charges. After deliberating for about two hours, the last 90 minutes of which occurred Monday, a Seneca County jury found Don Sipp guilty of second-degree assault, a class D... more

ATTEMPTED MURDER TRIAL: Victim testifies to being beaten, violently assaulted by Sipp

Jamelle Callon doesn’t know how she got the wounds that have likely scarred her face for life. What she does remember is being beaten to the point of unconsciousness by the man police believe cut her up — and how she begged him to stop. “I asked him please to stop, that he was going to kill me,” Jamelle Callon... more

Covert attempted murder trial starts Monday

The trial of a Covert man accused of knifing a woman last spring is scheduled to begin Monday. Don Sipp, 40, faces felony charges of attempted murder, assault and criminal possession of a weapon. Seneca County District Attorney Barry Porsch is trying the case in county court. Porsch said jury selection is expected to take most of Monday, followed by... more

Weber This Week: Meet Seneca County Emergency Management Director Melissa Taylor (podcast)

Newark native Melissa Taylor, director of Emergency Management and 911 for Seneca County, was in-studio as a guest on Weber This Week on FingerLakes1.TV on Monday morning to talk about her background and what has brought her to her current position since graduating from Lyons High School in 1999. AUDIO ONLY VERSION: more

SOUTH-END RIVALRY PART II: South Seneca boys host Romulus on FL1 Sports

Last night the FL1 Sports team was in Romulus to watch the #1 NYS ranked South Seneca Lady Falcons cruise to victory over the Lady Warriors. Tonight, the Romulus boys will try to avenge the loss when they visit the Jack Guinan Gymnasium in Ovid to take on South Seneca. Dave Barnick and Jason Hunt have the call on FL1... more

WEBCAST REPLAY: South Seneca Lady Falcons face rival Romulus Lady Warriors on FL1 Sports

The South Seneca and Romulus girls basketball programs have been the class of the Wayne-Finger Lakes in recent years. Both have captured New York State titles, Romulus in 2014 (Class D) and South Seneca in 2016 (Class C). Currently, the defending state champion Lady Falcons are ranked 1st in NYS in Class C by the New York State Sportswriters Association.... more

Falcon wrestlers eye records at Sectionals, States

South Seneca is a wrestling school. There’s no doubt about that. Yet this year numbers are down in the varsity program though the ebb and flow that sometime hits high school athletics and things are a little topsy turvey. After losing to Red Creek, 54-36, Wednesday night Dec. 21 in a Section V dual meet it’s almost certain South Seneca... more

Romulus woman ID’d as victim in fatal crash Saturday on Route 89

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports that on Saturday around noon, deputies investigated a two car fatal accident, which happened on State Route 89 in Covert. Deputies say that Marie L. Perez, 41, of Romulus was northbound on Route 89 when she apparently lost control rounding a curve, and her 2001 Ford Focus skidded across the road- and into the... more

South Seneca Falls to the Little Irish

Kelsey Shaulis scored a team-high 14 points for South Seneca, but the Falcons would fall short of Aquinas 62-50 on Saturday in the championship game of the Waterloo Tournament. Skylar Shaulis added 13 points and Mackenzie Kenyons chipped in with 10 points for the Falcons (2-1). FL Times: Read More more

Weber This Week: Seneca DA Barry Porsch on Roger Barto appeal, 1986 Seneca Falls Kwik Fill murder

Seneca County District Attorney Barry Porsch is in-studio to talk about the recent cases being handled by his office including updates on the Roger Barto appeal and Holly Coomber’s attempts to gain a pardon in the 1986 Kwik Fill murder in Seneca Falls. AUDIO ONLY VERSION: more
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