Beverly Animal Shelter Pets of the Week: Pets with personality

You can find all kinds of personalities in the pets at the Beverly Animal Shelter. Some personalities are outgoing, some are rambunctious, and some demure. This week, we have 2 demure young ladies and one little fellow who still wants his Mom. CAPPUCCINO Estimated to be 6 months old, Cappuccino is a tiny tiger love. He loves to be held... more

Beverly Animal Shelter Pets of the Week: Pets in real need of love

Ordinary cats need loving homes too. At the Beverly Animal Shelter, some felines are striking beauties. One picture is all it takes and someone comes to adopt them. On the other hand, there are many wonderfully sweet and affectionate cats that are a bit, if you’ll excuse the expression, “mousey”. Ordinary, reserved, dark Tigers they are. Also, this week is... more

Beverly Animal Shelter Pets of the Week: Could no longer keepers

Moving, finances or a situation change, those are just a few of the reasons an owner can no longer keep their pet. The Beverly Animal Shelter hopes that every person adopting a pet spends time thinking “what would happen to my potential pet if…” If you rent and decide to move, will your new apartment allow pets? Etc. Here are... more

WEBER THIS WEEK: Ashley Davoli, Megan Peter & Sheriff Tim Luce on new Child Advocacy Center (podcast)

Meet the Seneca County Child Advocacy Center’s Seneca County satellite office coordinator Ashley Davoli, Seneca County Assistant District Attorney Megan Peter, and Seneca County Sheriff Time Luce and see how the Center streamlines the process of handling child abuse cases and helps innocent victims and children of abuse every day. . more

Beverly Animal Shelter Pets of the Week: Young’uns!

Young’uns! The Beverly Animal Shelter has them and they are ready to go! Are you ready? Muted Torti-girl Sheila, mostly black with a white bib, baby boy Bibs, and cinnamon red, baby boy Sundance (Kid) arrived in early July with their Mom. Recently spayed and neutered, they were not too happy when photographed. Now estimated to be 12 to 13... more

‘I’m not a monster’: Hinman sent to prison for violating his probation

It’s been two years since Brandon Hinman admitted to stealing thousands of dollars from his family, but now the Army veteran is headed to prison. On Thursday, the 34-year-old Weedsport native pleaded guilty to two violations of probation in Cayuga County criminal court with Judge Thomas Leone. Leone had initially sentenced Hinman to five years probation in June 2015. At... more

Geneva Chamber to co-host ribbon cutting at Five Star Urgent Care

The Geneva Area Chamber of Commerce has announced that it will be co-hosting its next Member Milestone Celebration on Wednesday, June 28, 2017. The event will include an Open House and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to honor the official Grand Opening of Geneva’s newest urgent care facility- Five Star Urgent Care, located at 1 White Springs Road in the Tops Plaza,... more

Beverly Animal Shelter Pets of the Week: Time for a summer project?

Feels like summer has finally arrived. School is almost finished. The Beverly Animal Shelter has three exuberant dogs available for adoption. Sounds like it is time for a summer project… A special project that will bring a new family member into your family. If you prefer something a bit smaller, kitten season round I kittens are reaching adoption age. DUDLEY... more

Judge holds off decision on how Rideout murder suspects will be tried until Wednesday

A judge is now considering whether or not Craig Rideout’s two sons, his estranged wife and her boyfriend will all stand trial together for murder. In court Monday, the judge said he would make a decision on the trial come Wednesday. He said there was a flurry of motions filed at the last minute by lawyers claiming evidence against some... more

Motorcycle, car collide in Sennett; temporarily shuts down Rt. 5

A motorcycle crash closed a portion of Route 5 Friday afternoon in the town of Sennett. According to Cayuga County 911, at around 1:55 p.m., three vehicles were involved in an accident at the intersection of Route 5 and Healy Road. One of those vehicles was a motorcycle. Route 5 was closed in both directions between Healy and Miller roads... more

Beverly Animal Shelter Pets of the Week: Two sets of sisters

The Beverly Animal Shelter often receives pet families. Some families are biological, while others are adoptive. Most families are Mothers with their babies. However, this week we have two sets of Sisters… Biological Torti felines and adopted devoted canines. SWISS & PROVOLONE Unclaimed Torti sisters, mostly black with just a touch of orange, shorthaired Swiss and her petite, medium to... more

Beverly Animal Shelter Pets of the Week: Newbies wary of their location

Whether they are big or small, old or young, cat or dog, when new pets arrive at the Beverly Animal Shelter they are wary of their new location. Some adjust quickly, while others may take weeks to adjust. Nevertheless, they all hope that their stay will be short. Can you help shorten the stay of this week’s pet? GOTTI Pit... more
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