»

INSIDE THE FLX: Joe Sapio talks D.A. race, campaigning & issues in Seneca County (podcast)

District Attorney Candidate Joe Sapio, who seeks support from Seneca County residents this fall describes himself as dedicated. The former Fayette Town Judge, who served for more than five years, has a diverse personal and professional background that offers a unique perspective. On Thursday’s edition of the Inside the FLX podcast, Sapio talked about his campaign, some of the challenges... more

SCHEDULE: Empire Farm Days this week in Seneca Falls

Empire Farm Days will be hosted by Rodman Lott & Sons Farms located along State Route 414 in Seneca Falls on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday this week. Tuesday and Wednesday hours of operation will run from 9 am through 5 pm, and the event will wrap up on Thursday running from 9 am until 4 pm. There will be shuttle... more

WEBER THIS WEEK: Seneca County Sheriff’s Deputy Frank Eldredge & Mobile DARE Program (podcast)

Seneca County Sheriff’s Deputy Frank Eldredge is in-studio to talk about the new Mobile DARE Program that he is involved with and his experience being one of the premiere DARE Officers in New York State. Seneca Country Sheriff Tim Luce also joins in-studio to talk about his long relationship with Eldredge and the perception of law enforcement in the Finger... more

Ovid man flees Waterloo accident and leads police on wild, high-speed chase

Seneca County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested an Ovid man on numerous charges after a vehicle pursuit on Wednesday night. Deputies responded at about 7:00 pm to Route 5, west of the Village of Waterloo, for a property damage accident in which a white pickup truck struck the rear of another pickup truck and then fled the scene. The white truck was... more

Supervisors consider changing the way snow removal is handled in Seneca Co.

In a special session on Tuesday, the Seneca County Board of Supervisors took one step closer to completing Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s goal of consolidating some services. While the supervisors had a limited amount of time this year to formulate a plan, which was spearheaded by County Manager John Sheppard – a draft plan was formulated and presented to the board... more

WEBER THIS WEEK: Ashley Davoli, Megan Peter & Sheriff Tim Luce on new Child Advocacy Center (podcast)

Meet the Seneca County Child Advocacy Center’s Seneca County satellite office coordinator Ashley Davoli, Seneca County Assistant District Attorney Megan Peter, and Seneca County Sheriff Time Luce and see how the Center streamlines the process of handling child abuse cases and helps innocent victims and children of abuse every day. . more

Seneca County Chamber of Commerce names FingerLakes1.com, Inc. 2017 Small Business of the Year

On Wednesday night at the event center at Muranda Cheese Company in Waterloo, the Seneca County Chamber of Commerce names FingerLakes1.com, Inc. their 2017 Small Business of the Year. Also nominated and recognized were CVDesigns Boutique, Phoebe’s K9 Resort, Seneca Falls Historical Society and Bottomless Brewing. . FingerLakes1.com, Inc., founded in 1999, is a digital marketing company based in Seneca Falls,... more

ELECTION ISSUES: Looking at Seneca County’s political climate

Voters have their work cut out for them this November. Seneca County might be one of the most-rural, yet controversial and active political spaces in the entire Finger Lakes. Lacking some of the conventional structures that other counties take for granted – like a water authority – those elected to supervising position are left with the daunting task of making... more

38th annual American Cancer Society golf outing at SFCC raised over $7k

Generations Bank announced today that the annual American Cancer Society Golf Outing, in memory of Bob Rosenkrans, raised $7,127.40 for the organization. The annual event took place at Seneca Falls Country Club on Wednesday, June 21st, 2017. The event benefits from robust sponsor support including primary sponsor Seneca Meadows Landfill. Mark Benjamin, Community Relations Director remarked “Seneca Meadows is pleased... more

Canoga firehouse plans up for review

The Canoga Fire Department in Fayette will have its plans to build a new firehouse reviewed by the Seneca County Planning Board Thursday. The Planning Board will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Heroes Conference Room in the County Office Building, 1 DiPronio Drive. The board will conduct a site plan review for the new firehouse. The department wants... more

Fayette man charged after domestic incident

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports that on Monday around 1:15 am deputies responded to a domestic incident in the Town of Fayette. The investigation determined taht Robert W. Lyman, 31, of Fayette was involved in a physical altercation with a Fayette resident, and during that altercation — Lyman pushed the female to the ground while in the presence of... more

Debrief Podcast: Supervisors weigh audit, DEC challenges City’s position, and dissolution

On Thursday’s edition of the Debrief Podcast Jackie Augustine and Josh Durso tackled a big list of heavy topics happening in the region. The ongoing debate in Geneva around the former-Foundry, new regulations in Seneca Falls around Town Board meetings, as well as some newcomer items to the show list — including the Rushville dissolution, and efforts at the state-level... more

Supervisors give Seneca County Manager Sheppard another four-year term

In a special meeting held before the Seneca County Board of Supervisors’ standing committee meetings, the supervisors met to consider the future of County Manager John Sheppard. The resolution, which extended his tenure through 2021, was presented by Fayette Supervisor Cindy Lorenzetti — who would ultimately vote against it. Seneca Falls Supervisor Greg Lazzaro supported the motion, which brought the... more

Flexible seating empowers Romulus students for better learning

By first grade, most children have heard the story of “Goldilocks and the Three Bears” where a young girl invades the home of a family of bears and finds Papa Bear’s chair is too hard, Mama Bear’s chair is too soft, but Baby Bear’s chair is just right. For the 6 and 7-year-old students in Matt McCusker’s first grade class... more
1 2 3 7