Beverly Animal Shelter Pets of the Week: Special Felines

Many pets find themselves at the Beverly Animal Shelter after their owner has moved. These are the circumstances for this week’s pets. BooBoo and Jazzie were not accepted at their owner’s new location. Shawna on the other hand, was left in the apartment after her owner moved away. What makes them special? All these felines have identifiable breed qualities. BooBoo... more

GolfJay.com: The Players Championship recap show (podcast)

Join Jim Sinicropi, Rhett Ticconi and Doug Brown to talk golf for sixty minutes. Recap Si Woo Kim’s victory at THE PLAYERS Championship at TPC-Sawgrass and talk about the controversy between Ian Poulter, Steve Elkington and Brandel Chamblee. Also, a look ahead to the Bryon Nelson Classic at TPC Four Seasons Resort. more

Ovid man charged with felony after damaging property

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports that on May 12th an Ovid man was charged with felony criminal mischief after an altercation, which took place in the Town of Romulus. Deputies say that Robert P. Carrol, 26, of Ovid was charged on May 12th at 11:30 pm with third-degree criminal mischief – a felony after an altercation in Romulus where... more

INSIDE THE FLX: Supervisors Davidson, Lorenzetti discuss Seneca County (podcast)

On Thursday’s edition of the Inside the FLX podcast Josh Durso was joined by Fayette Town Supervisor Cindy Lorenzetti and Lodi Town Supervisor Lee Davidson to discuss a variety of ongoing issues in Seneca County. Among the items discussed were a potential water authority, employee compensation, future development in the County as a whole, and the expectations moving forward for... more

Future of depot proceeds takes center stage at Seneca County meeting

It had been a few months, but the Seneca Army Depot issue was back before the Seneca County Supervisors at their regular May meeting, which was held on Tuesday. A resolution to request that the proceeds from the sale of the depot to Earl Martin was on the table. The resolution asked the Industrial Development Agency to turn over the... more

Seneca County inmate assaults another during April incident; faces new charges

On Monday at 3:00 pm investigators arrested a 30-year-old inmate at the Seneca County Correctional Facility after an incident involving another inmate in April. Investigators say inmate John J. Pisano, 30, was charged with second-degree attempted assault. The charge stems from an investigation into an incident that occurred on April 28th where Pisano punched another inmate in the head and... more

Depot property assessed at $8.2M

The long-awaited tentative assessment on the nearly 7,000 acres at the former Seneca Army Depot that Earl Martin wants to buy is in. The number is $8,212,600, according to Ann Morgan, assessor for the towns of Romulus, Varick, Ovid, Lodi and Covert. Morgan divided the land into three parcels and assessed each one separately. The total acreage of the three... more

Running coach dies during Sunday’s Seneca7 race

It’s the last thing officials or enthusiasts in Geneva expected to have happen during the Seneca7 race. A Syracuse-area running coach died during the race, according to officials. Brendan Jackson, a triathlon trainer at Fleet Feet Sports Syracuse, suffered a serious medical emergency and died during the race. He had 30 years of coaching experience, and coached a wide-range of... more

Nearly 2,300 participants make trip around Seneca Lake in Seneca7

The seventh-annual Seneca7, a 77.7-mile relay race, consisting of 328 seven-member teams running the circumference of Seneca Lake, was held on Sunday. The event began in downtown Geneva, with runners heading south along the west side of Seneca Lake, through Yates County, Schuyler County including Watkins Glen, and Seneca County, before returning to Geneva for a finish line celebration. Awards... more

Seneca7: The day around Seneca Lake on social media

Over 2,000 runners and bikers made started their day early in the morning on Sunday at the north end of Seneca Lake in Geneva and proceeded to propel themselves, as part of a seven person team, around the entire circumference of the lake before returning to Geneva late in the afternoon and into the early evening. – Full results &... more

Seneca County Arts Council scholarship available for 2017

The Seneca County Arts Council is offering a $500 scholarship to a 2017 high school graduate who plans to attend a college with a major in the arts. Applicants must be a resident of Seneca County. Applicants must be accepted and attending a college, university or post-secondary professional school to study either the visual, performing or written arts. Examples of... more

Beverly Animal Shelter Pets of the Week: Loving, not self-centered

Some people may think cats are self-centered and selfish. They may in fact be so. However, the loss of their human(s), whether it is through death, getting lost on a walk or if their owner is unable to care for them anymore, can bring a lonely void to a once happy and playful cat. MILKDUD Recent arrival Milkdud is recuperating... more
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