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Does Local Law 3 violate host agreement in Seneca Falls?

There hasn’t been a more hotly-debated issue in Seneca Falls than the operating future of Seneca Meadows. The landfill, which operates along State Rt. 414 for decades has come under fire in recent years by a growing group of concerned citizens. As with any controversial issue, each argument one side makes — it is quickly walked back or challenged by... more

Rochester man caught cheating at del Lago Resort & Casino

A 49-year-old Rochester man is facing two felony charges for allegedly cheating at the del Lago Resort & Casino. Jing X. Jiang, 49, of Rochester was charged with first-degree gaming fraud and third-degree grand larceny – both felonies – by state police. He is accused of cheating by “past posting” while playing mini baccarat at the casino on March 12th.... more

Styx coming to del Lago’s ‘Vine’ on May 12th

del Lago Resort & Casino announced another top act to its entertainment line-up on Thursday. Legendary American rock band, Styx will take the stage at The Vine on May 12th. Tickets will go on sale Friday, March 24th at 12 pm and may be purchased in person at the del Lago Resort & Casino box office, by calling the box... more

FLX Weekly: State titles for Watkins Glen & Moravia; Village elections held (podcast)

Join Jessica Lahr, Jim Sinicropi, Jessamy Uticone and Josh Durso for Wednesday’s edition of FLX Weekly to recap the top stories of the week in the Finger Lakes. Find out why FingerLakes1.com is not happy with ESPN and take a look at the weekend weather and event slate ahead. more

Beverly Pets of the Week: Special pets not interesting in selling themselves

The Beverly Animal Shelter has some adorable, outgoing pets who like to “sell” themselves in the store. There also are the not so perfect pets. Whether it be physical appearance, physical condition or even the shy animal who is not interested in “selling himself”, these special pets are still in need of loving, special homes. KEVIN An unclaimed stray, Kevin... more

Seneca Meadows files appeal on clay mine ruling

Seneca Meadows Landfill has decided to appeal an appellate court’s ruling that dented its hopes of opening a clay mine near its Salcman Road facility. Lawyers representing the Seneca Falls landfill have filed paperwork asking for two things in light of the Fourth Judicial Department Appellate Court’s Feb. 3 ruling denying Seneca Meadows the right to use an access road... more

Seneca Falls Community Center hosts Down Syndrome event

In honor of World Down Syndrome Day on March 21st the Seneca Falls Community Center is hosting a traveling photo gallery featuring individuals with Down syndrome. The goal of this national gallery is to change misperceptions of Down syndrome one person at a time until one million new voices are heard. On Saturday, March 25th the community center will be... more

Trumansburg man charged with DWI in Seneca Falls

On March 17th at 6:32 pm, the Town of Seneca Falls Police Department arrested Corey Richardson, 39, of Trumansburg for driving while intoxicated, driving with .08 percent blood-alcohol content and no seatbelt following a traffic stop on West Bayard St. in the Town of Seneca Falls. Richardson was released on UTT’s and is to appear in Seneca Falls Town Court... more

Rochester man charged with DWI in Seneca Co.

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports that on March 20th at approximately 4:45 pm deputies responded to a traffic complaint on State Rt. 414. It would ultimately result in a DWI arrest, as 31-year-old Ryan Cordeiro, of Rochester was found to be operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol. He was also found to be possessing a quantity of... more

Seneca Falls PD receives crucial funding for D.A.R.E program

The Seneca Falls Police Department is pleased to announce that it has been named as one of the recipients of this year’s Seneca County Youth Bureau/Youth Board Golf Grant Award to help fund the department’s D.A.R.E. program. Each year, the Seneca County Youth Bureau/Board hosts and organizes an annual golf tournament, with proceeds from the tournament providing funding for local... more

Waterloo woman turns herself in; charged with petit larceny

On Tuesday March 21st at 7:43 pm the Town of Seneca Falls Police Department arrested Cady J. Rouland, 21, of Waterloo for petit larceny. The arrest stems from an investigation where Rouland was later identified on security cameras stealing merchandise from the Nice n Easy store on February 16th. Rouland turned herself into police. She was processed and released with... more

Seneca Falls man charged with trespassing at local complex

On Thursday March 16th at approximately 12:48 pm the Town of Seneca Falls Police arrested Robert M. Vanfleet, 23, of Seneca Falls following a complaint of a trespass at a privately owned complex. It is reported that Vanfleet was seen on the property in the early morning hours after being previously warned by management and police to not return to... more

Sugar Ray among three acts announced for The Vine in May

On Tuesday, the del Lago Resort & Casino team announced three exciting acts that will be coming to The Vine, located on State Rt. 414 in Tyre. Dwight Yoakam, Neil Sedaka, and Sugar Ray will all take the stage in May – as they announce another wave of performances at the 2,400-person facility. Yoakam will perform May 13th, with Neil... more

Waterloo FD gets new ‘cold water’ equipment, hosts training session

Cold water rescues for the Waterloo Fire Department just got a little bit warmer to handle. The Waterloo Fire Department was recently able to acquire new personal protective and safety equipment to use in cold water rescues. The “Ice Rescuer 1500” ice rescue suits are designed to keep those wearing the suit safe from harsh elements; including cold or frozen... more

KENNY: Thoughts on Mike Hopkins & the Watkins Glen state champs (podcast)

Kenny talks about the departure of longtime Syracuse assistant coach Mike Hopkins and the extension for current head coach Jim Boeheim. Then, a shout out to the South Seneca Lady Falcons and the Watkins Glen Senecas for their great postseason runs. Finally, they found Tom Brady’s jersey… big deal! AUDIO ONLY VERSION: more

Our Finger Lakes History: The Seneca Falls Women’s Rights Convention of 1848 (podcast)

Seneca County Historian Walter Gable takes a comprehensive look at the factors that contributed to the first Women’s Rights Convention being held in Seneca Falls in 1848. Meet the individuals involved and the local and national reaction to the Declaration of Sentiments which was drafted at the convention. more
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