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Beverly Animal Shelter Pets of the Week: Autumn Kittens

October is here! Are you ready for your Treat? The Beverly Animal Shelter has many 3 to 4 month old, Autumn kittens waiting for adoption. Why not enjoy the beauty of Fall throughout the year? MAGGIE A petite, dark Torti purr-machine, Maggie is just about 4 months old. With yellow-green eyes and silky fur, she’s a cuddly little girl. Maggie... more

Seneca Falls: Local law would create “Great Financial Risk” says Warfel

“Local Law #7 = Higher Taxes” Residents in Seneca Falls have been reading those signs for months now, since the inception of the proposed local law, which would prevent future landfill operations from entering the Town. While opponents of the proposed local law have received plenty of criticism for not looking at the environmental and long-term impacts of a landfill... more

FLX Weekly: Creepy Clowns, Coyotes & your October weekend

This week’s edition of FLX Weekly features a discussion on the “Creepy Clown” craze that is disrupting communities in the area, coyote attacks in Wayne County, your weekend weather outlook and slate of events and sports line-up. Join Jessica Lahr along with Jim Sinicropi, Jessamy Uticone and Josh Durso, live, every Wednesday afternoon at 12:30 pm… AUDIO ONLY VERSION: more

Advanced manufacturing training pays off, works for community

Larry Haskins had been out of work for three years when he heard about a job training program that would give him the skills that prospective employers told him he lacked. Even better, it wouldn’t cost him anything, and it would work with his family’s challenging schedule — his wife works days while he stays home to care for their four... more

Seneca Falls Town Board holds October meeting, budget sessions set

There will be two public hearings before the next regularly scheduled meeting of the Seneca Falls Town Board. Neither of those public hearings will be on the proposed local law, which has been intensely debated over the last several months. The board will hold a public hearing on a local law, which will allow the Town to exceed the 2... more

Seneca Falls woman charged after passing out in car at Eastview while caring for child

On Sunday at approximately 1:37 pm deputies in Ontario County arrested a Seneca Falls woman on charges after she was said to be found impaired and unresponsive in a car, while caring for a 1-year-old child at Eastview Mall. Deputies say Christine M. Moody, 24, of Seneca Falls was charged with endangering the welfare of a child after an investigation... more

Ribbon-cutting at Generations Bank’s Cayuga Street location

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on October 3rd for Generations Bank flagship office located at 19 Cayuga Street. The office, which was originally built in 1977, has been redesigned to incorporate many modern and sustainable elements, including floor-to-ceiling windows, carpet containing recycled content, LED lighting, 3FORM material elements and more. The office will contain interactive teller machines (ITM), state-of-the-art... more

Waterloo man revived with Naloxone after found in Seneca Falls parking lot

Seneca Falls police arrested Anthony J. Serafino, age 47 of W. Main Street in Waterloo, following the investigation into a one-vehicle accident in a parking lot off of Fall Street. The vehicle Serafino was operating had struck a guard rail and had come to rest. Witnesses reported Serafino to be unconscious and police and fire personnel began CPR. It was determined... more

Inside the FLX: Seneca Co. Supervisor Steve Churchill in-studio

On Thursday afternoon’s edition of Inside the FLX on FingerLakes1.TV, Steve Churchill, of the Seneca County Board of Supervisors joined Josh Durso in-studio to discuss ongoing issues in Seneca Falls including the new municipal building, Local Law #7 and an aging water system. Churchill is currently serving a two year term as one of the at large supervisors for Seneca... more

Seneca Falls woman charged with four counts of endangering the welfare of a child

The Seneca Falls Police Department reports that on September 19th at 5:01 pm a Seneca Falls woman was arrested on charges related to endangering the welfare of a child. Amber D. Goodman, 31, of Seneca Falls was charged with four counts of endangering the welfare of a child and unlawful possession of marijuana after an incident where she allegedly failed... more

Seneca Falls woman arrested after theft from Walmart

On September 28th at approximately 9:26 am the Seneca Falls Police Department says that Jessica A. Dyson, 31, of Seneca Falls was arrested on a warrant. The warrant was for burglary in the third degree and petit larceny, which stemmed from an incident where Dyson was accused of stealing merchandise from Walmart. Police say she had previously been warned not... more

Pets of the Week: People-Friendly Pit Bull Brothers

Last week the Beverly Animal Shelter introduced three, people friendly Pit Bull Ladies. This week there are two Pit Bull Gentlemen and one adorable Mama Kitty who are ready to be your companions forever.   SIMBA & CASHES     Two Gentle Giants who were surrendered due to unfortunate circumstances. They are 2½ years old and have never been separated.... more

Seneca Falls woman left child unattended outside, charged with endangering welfare

On September 29th at approximately 5:22 pm, the Town of Seneca Falls Police arrested Shannon L. Alcott, 31, of Seneca Falls for endangering the welfare of a child, following a report of an unattended 5-year-old that was located outside of a local business with no parental supervision for approximately 25 minutes. Alcott was issued an appearance ticket to appear in... more

Seneca Falls man charged with felony AUO after violating terms, driving without license

On September 29th at approximately 9:53 am, members of the Seneca Falls Police Department arrested Nicolas J. Blevins, 33, of Seneca Falls for aggravated unlicensed operation in the first degree, which is a felony. He was also charged with operating out of ignition interlock restriction following a traffic stop on Fall Street in the Town of Seneca Falls. The felony... more

VIDEO: Seneca Falls holds community forum on Local Law #7

The showing was split on Wednesday night, but it was clear that both sides remain passionate about the landfilling issue. The subject of the community forum, which was held at the Town Offices in Seneca Falls — was the proposed Local Law #7. While there were dozens of speakers, with a variety of perspectives, the message to the board was... more
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