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Seneca Falls man charged with forcible touching

Police say a 30-year-old Seneca falls man was arrested on multiple charges – including forcible touching after an incident in Seneca Falls. On May 24th at approximately 6:09 p.m. police arrested Wesley E. Goff, 30, for forcible touching, unlawful imprisonment and harassment. He is accused of forcibly restraining a female victim while touching an intimate part of her body. Goff... more

Seneca Falls man charged with disorderly conduct

Police say a 72-year-old Seneca Falls man was arrested for disorderly conduct after an incident on May 24th. James L. Wade, 72, was charged with disorderly conduct after allegedly rescuing to comply with a lawful order from police. It all unfolded during an incident, which was under investigation by the Seneca Falls Police Department at that time. He was issued... more

Seneca Falls Little League week #4 results

Below is your Seneca Falls Little League week #4 score report for games played on 5/20/2018 through 5/26/2018 as reported by managers of Major and Minor Divisions Baseball and Softball. We are only able to post results from games that are reported by coaches… ************************ Division : major baseball Date : 05/22/2018 Time : 06:00PM Hometeam : Seneca_Stone Runs-home :... more

Blue Devils rout Livonia in Class B softball semifinals

Mynderse Academy belted six triples to rout seventh-seeded Livonia 11-3 in the Section V Class B semifinals Saturday. Hannah Brown-Trice, Hannah Lang, Madison Barnett, Hannah Capacci, Sarah Kohberger and Jenni Page delivered one triple apiece to highlight the third-seeded Blue Devils’ 13-hit attack. FL Times: Read More IT'S A BIG WIN FOR GIRLS SOFTBALL! Mynderse took down Livonia today 11-3.... more

WATCH: Officials give update after murder arraignment in Seneca County Court

The couple living in Seneca Falls accused of beating a child to death appeared in court this morning. Not Guilty pleas were entered with regard to the charges against the duo, who face more than a decade in prison if convicted. Alison and Donald Bovio face three counts of second-degree murder, manslaughter, assault, and child abuse offenses. Last week a... more

Seneca Meadows looks to help community after Feher closure

Seneca Meadows is offering free residential waste disposal through June 10th and extended facility hours to accommodate those impacted by the unexpected closure of Feher Rubbish. While this offer only stands for Seneca County residents — the closure of Feher Rubbish took many customers by surprise. Residents wishing to participate in this relief effort are welcome to bring their household... more

Memorial Day Parade in Seneca Falls set for 9 AM on Monday

The Town of Seneca Falls will be hosting the annual Memorial Day Parade on Monday morning at 9:00 AM. The parade route will begin on Tyre Avenue and head south on State Street to South Park where a ceremony will be held in the Veterans Park. The parade route will be closed to vehicular travel starting from 8:30 AM to... more

UPDATE: Legislators push back against CIN claim to move more land into trust

On Tuesday, New York State Senator Pam Helming urged the Bureau of Indian Affairs to deny the Cayuga Indian Nation’s request to place additional lands ‘in trust’. A day later, Sen. Helming was joined by Assemblyman Gary Finch, who co-authored a second letter to the Bureau requesting that the 30-day comment period be extended to 120-days. The CIN has already... more

Bird Banding demo at Seneca Meadows Wetlands Preserve

Seneca Meadows, Inc. and Braddock Bay Bird Observatory of Hilton, NY, today announced that a bird banding demonstration will be held at the Seneca Meadows Wetlands Preserve on Saturday, June 2nd from 8:00 AM – 11:00 AM. The public is invited to drop-in to this free event. Kyle Black, Seneca Meadows District Manager said, “Braddock Bay Bird Observatory is a... more

Generations Bank announces the addition of Joseph Scibona as AVP-Western Regional Retail Director

Generations Bank announces the hiring of Joseph Scibona as the Western Regional Retail Director. Scibona will be responsible for the Ontario County offices as well as Monroe County and Western New York Markets. Scibona has spent the past 18 years working in various roles in the financial services industry, including Branch Manager and Area Manager. He also holds securities and... more

WEBER THIS WEEK: Bella’s Sicilian Ristorante owners in-studio (podcast)

Customers of Bella’s Sicilian Ristorante on Seneca Street in Geneva have grown to love the restaurant’s tasty Italian fare. On Monday’s edition of Weber This Week meet owners Tomás Gonzalez and Mike Kerr who are in-studio with Harold “Web Dog” Weber. . more

Year 2018 Memorial Day activities in Seneca Falls, New York

The Veterans Council of Seneca Falls is pleased to announce the Year 2018 schedule of events to celebrate Memorial Day in the Town of Seneca Falls. Flags will be placed on Veterans’ graves in the local cemeteries on Saturday, May 26th, at 9:00 AM. The public is invited to join members of local American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars... more

Seneca Falls man kicked child’s car seat; 11-month-old uninjured during incident

Seneca County Sheriff Tim Luce reports the arrest of a Seneca Falls man following a domestic incident involving an 11-month-old child. Luce says that Christopher J. Freeman, 31, of Seneca Falls was charged with endangering the welfare of a child after he was allegedly involved in a domestic incident with a young child. He further reports that the child was... more

Generations Bank announces the 39th annual American Cancer Society Golf Tournament

Generations Bank announces the 39th Annual American Cancer Society Golf Tournament on Wednesday, June 20th, 2018 at the Seneca Falls Country Club. Teams consist of 4 people, $80 per person. This provides each team with 18 holes to play with cart, lunch, dinner, and a tournament gift. The winning team will also get a trophy in memory of Bob Rosenkrans.... more

Connecticut driver charged with DWI after stop on SR 89

On Sunday around 12:21 a.m. the Seneca Falls Police Department arrested a 28-year-old Connecticut driver following a traffic stop on Route 89. Philip A. Tapia, 28, was stopped by police after his vehicle was observed crossing the center line several times. Following the stop it was determined that Tapia was operating the motor vehicle while intoxicated. He was charged with... more
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