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

Tompkins Co. dealing with more overdoses by the day

After officials released information outlining the possibility of eight overdoses in a short period of time — Ithaca and Tompkins County added another potential two overdoses to that list. Heroin has become one of the biggest, if not the outright biggest fight that local and state officials are trying to combat. The Ithaca Voice has extended coverage on the recent... more

Richards difference-maker in T’burg vs. Lansing

Trumansburg wasn’t playing around this time, not with an IAC division-clinching game on the line. IAC Large North opponent Lansing had given the Blue Raiders tough, physical games and kept pace just enough that the team with an undefeated IAC record couldn’t secure the title until their final Friday of regular season play. Ithaca.com: Read More more

Trumansburg wins first division title since 2004

The IAC North Large School title resides in Trumansburg for the first time since 2004. The Blue Raiders defeated the Lansing Bobcats, 63-43, Friday night in Lansing to reach a perfect 10-0 IAC mark, part of an overall 15-1 record and a No. 7 ranking in the state in Class C. Ithaca.com: Read More more

Tburg’s Grunder learning how to lead

Austin Grunder has always been a leader in scoring for the Trumansburg boys basketball team. Now at the back end of his senior year he’s developing leadership skills in other key areas. Two of the three things head coach Jeff Richards pinpointed as areas of development heading into the season was senior leadership and team cohesion. Ithaca.com: Read More more

Trumansburg’s Grunder scores 45 in win over Groton

Austin Grunder scored 45 points as the Trumansburg boys basketball team soared to a 70-52 victory over Groton at the Groton Dome Friday night. The Blue Raiders (13-1) held at 15-10 lead at the start of the second quarter and a 35-26 lead at halftime. With a large size mismatch to his advantage, Grunder scored 18 of the team’s 22... more

UPDATE: ID’s released of Tompkins men killed in Ulysses crash

The Tompkins County Sheriff’s Office has identified the victims killed in the crash that happened on Tuesday in Ulysses. Trevor M. Fuller, 26, of Newfield was operating a 2001 Chrysler PT Cruiser southbound on Trumansburg Road when the vehicle left the southbound lane and entered the northbound lane where Fuller’s vehicle struck a 2011 Chevrolet Traverse traveling north on Trumansburg... more

UPDATE: Burglar fatally stabbed in Trumansburg home; two others face felony charges

The Tompkins County Sheriff’s Office has shed a little more light on the incident, which led up to a Brewerton man being pronounced dead at the scene of an apparent burglary. They report around 1:46 am deputies responded to Main Street in Trumansburg for an incident involving a possible stabbing. Upon arrival at the scene, deputies encountered a female subject standing... more

First Day Hike at Taughannock Falls

In honor of the First Day Hike, part of a nationwide initiative led by America’s State Parks to encourage people to get outdoors, the trail at Taughannock Falls State Park to the falls was open and there were a lot of people taking advantage of the beautiful weather by participating in the walk. Photo by Rachel Burkholder. more

Romulus woman ID’d as victim in fatal crash Saturday on Route 89

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports that on Saturday around noon, deputies investigated a two car fatal accident, which happened on State Route 89 in Covert. Deputies say that Marie L. Perez, 41, of Romulus was northbound on Route 89 when she apparently lost control rounding a curve, and her 2001 Ford Focus skidded across the road- and into the... more

Around the Lake: Transitioning to winter sports in the IAC

Before the temperatures plummeted and the first snow set in on the trees Saturday, it felt more like early season football weather than basketball. It would have been nice to have that weather when we were all bundled in winter jackets and scarfs during the final few weeks of local football action when the thermostat hovered near the freezing line.... more

Trumansburg’s iconic Rongovian Embassy closes doors

The Rongovian Embassy in Trumansburg has closed “indefinitely,” owners say. In a sudden announcement this week, owners say while they have tried very hard to keep the venue “open, healthy and fun,” they are closing their doors due to “overwhelming financial complications.” The venue officially closed Wednesday, and The Rongo will reopen for three more concerts without a full menu,... more

Sex offender check leads to major drug bust in Covert

On October 31st the Seneca County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Unit arrested Taylor M. Wollman, 37, and Kevin M. Olmstead, 35, both of Trumansburg in the Town of Covert, following a drug investigation at the residence. Initially, Sheriff’s Investigators responded to the residence to verify the address of a registered sex offender. While on scene, officers discovered an extensive indoor marihuana... more

Soccer Sectionals: Lansing wins boys title

The Lansing and Trumansburg Section IV Class C boys soccer title game Saturday in Oneonta at the Wright National Soccer Campus was every bit as good as expected. The game between Interscholastic Athletic Conference (IAC) rivals went into two overtimes before Lansing’s Langston Hopkins got the game-winner and gave the Bobcats a 1-0 win. Ithaca.com – Sports: Read More more

Our Finger Lakes History with Walter Gable: Haunted tales, hoaxes & strange but true stories of the FLX

On the latest edition of Our Finger Lakes History on FingerLakes1.TV, Seneca County Historian Walter Gables explores paranormal sites, haunted places, incredible hoaxes and strange but true stories from around the Finger Lakes region. Well documented local hauntings, the sea serpent of Seneca Lake, the Taughannock Giant, the birth of Spiritualism near Newark and more… Happy Halloween! AUDIO ONLY VERSION: more
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