THE LOVING CUP: Lynne Doyle & Phyllis Motill of United Way of Seneca County (podcast)

Join your host Katie MacIntyre on this episode of The Loving Cup Podcast where she is joined by Lynne Doyle (VP of UWSC Board of Directors) and Phyllis Motill (Former President of UWSC Board of Directors) as they discuss family, gratitude, hard work and the upcoming Fill the Bus event. . more

TALK SAVES LIVES: Multiple suicide prevention trainings coming to Seneca Co.

An introduction to suicide prevention. The Seneca County Suicide Prevention Coalition will be hosting a series of Talk Saves Lives trainings in five locations throughout the community. The community-based presentation is one that covers the general scope of suicide, the research on prevention, and what people can do to fight suicide. It’s a program developed by the American Foundation for... more

Felony DWI charge for Rochester driver in Fayette

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports that on Friday at approximately 7:22 pm a 39-year-old Rochester woman was arrested for felony DWI after a traffic stop in Seneca County. Barbara Gonzalez, 39, was charged with felony DWI due to a conviction in the last ten years, as well as aggravated DWI for having a BAC higher than .18 percent. She... more

Fayette man faces multiple charges after domestic incident

On Tuesday a Fayette man was arrested following an investigation into a domestic incident that happened on June 9th. Police say David J. Peek, 42, of Fayette was charged with third-degree assault, criminal obstruction of breathing, endangering the welfare of a child, unlawful imprisonment, and criminal mischief. Peek is accused of restraining a local resident while also squeezing the victim’s... more

WEBER THIS WEEK: Author & former Reveille editor Joe Siccardi (podcast)

On this week’s edition of Weber This Week meet Joe Siccardi, former resident of Seneca Falls. He now lives in Maine where he recently published a new book, “Heaven Shining Through”. Siccardi was also the former owner and editor of the Reveille Between The Lakes weekly newspaper. . more

Sheriff: Alcohol a factor in fatal accident after Fayette pursuit

Seneca County Sheriff Tim Luce reports a fatal one-car accident that happened on Marshall Road in Fayette over the weekend. The accident happened on Saturday around 4 p.m. when deputies initially observed a vehicle speeding northbound on Route 96. They attempted to initiate a traffic stop, but when the vehicle pulled over to the side — it quickly took back... more

Bath man lands top prize at National Lake Trout Derby

Sometimes the toughest part of any fishing derby is not actually catching the fish. Andrew Gugliotta knows the hardest part. “It’s catching a large fish on the first day of a contest and then waiting for three days looking at the leaderboard. It’s brutal checking your standings,” Gugliotta said, during the awards ceremony for the 54th National Lake Trout Derby... more

Covert man was speeding, driving drunk on suspended registration in Fayette

Deputies say that on May 10th at approximately 2:30 p.m. an Covert man was arrested for driving while intoxicated, and driving without an active license after he was observed speeding. Mark A. Radloff, 36, of Covert was charged with speeding, driving while intoxicated, aggravated DWI, aggravated unlicensed operation, and operating on a suspended registration. Deputies say Radloff had a BAC... more

Seneca District Attorney Barry Porsch running for County Judge

Seneca County District Attorney Barry Porsch announced that he is seeking election to the office of Seneca County Court Judge in this fall’s election. Last November, Porsch was soundly re-elected to a third term as District Attorney, winning as the candidate of both the Republican and Democratic Parties and making Porsch the only District Attorney in New York State who... more

WEBER THIS WEEK: Seneca County Judge Dennis Bender on his retirement (podcast)

Seneca County Judge Dennis Bender retired on Friday after 25 years on the bench. He steps down as the longest-serving jurist in the county’s 214-year history. On Monday afternoon he is in-studio with Harold Weber to talk about his career, memories, and plans for the future on Weber This Week. . more
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