Category: Lodi

Granite WWII monument damaged, as well as local historical society property by drunk driver in Seneca County

Granite WWII monument damaged, as well as local historical society property by drunk driver in Seneca County

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a 43-year-old Montour Falls resident following a property damage crash along State Route 414. Deputies say Kevin Rose, 43, was traveling south on Route 414 when he left the roadway, striking signs, the ... MORE
WATCH: Town of Lodi holds May meeting (webcast replay)

WATCH: Town of Lodi holds May meeting (webcast replay)

Last week, members of Lodi Town Council met for their monthly meeting. Due to the Novel Coronavirus, or COVID-19 – members met digitally using Zoom. Watch the session below: ... MORE
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WATCH LIVE: Seneca County Board of Supervisors May meeting (video)

WEBCAST REPLAY: Seneca County Board of Supervisors 5/12/20 meeting (video)

The Seneca County Board of Supervisors hold their May meeting on Tuesday night, May 12th, at 6:00 pm. The meeting will be streamed live and available for on-demand viewing after the session’s conclusion. Watch the meeting in the player below. ... MORE
Superintendent: South Seneca CSD, SCSO investigating vandalism at Ovid Campus

UPDATE: Hate crime charge filed after South Seneca HS investigation, multiple teens arrested

– By Josh Durso On Thursday, South Seneca Central School District Superintendent Steve Zielinski confirmed that district officials and the Seneca County Sheriff’s Office was investigating vandalism, targeting outdoor portraits of seniors at South Seneca High School. Less than 24 hours after ... MORE
United Way of Seneca County uses network of 75 volunteers to distribute more than 1,500 homemade cloth masks

United Way of Seneca County uses network of 75 volunteers to distribute more than 1,500 homemade cloth masks

United Way of Seneca County reports that they have distributed more than 1,500 homemade cloth masks and now have a network of about 75 volunteers working to produce the masks. Due to the overwhelming number of requests they are limiting masks to ... MORE
INSIDE THE FLX: South Seneca CSD leader talks future of small, rural districts (podcast)

INSIDE THE FLX: South Seneca CSD leader talks future of small, rural districts (podcast)

South Seneca Superintendent Stephen Parker Zielinski is looking at ways to keep his district whole after this pandemic. It’s already become clear that a major funding loss is en route. So, the district is working to understand what comes next. Here is ... MORE
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Sheriff: Investigation underway after inmate dies in cell at Seneca County jail

Sheriff: Investigation underway after inmate dies in cell at Seneca County jail

Seneca County Sheriff Tim Luce reports the launch of a death investigation after an inmate was found deceased on Tuesday around 8:46 p.m. Sheriff Luce says a corrections officer was doing a round of checks when he found an inmate unconscious. Live-saving ... MORE
South Seneca CSD copes with long-term shutdown, as financial implications loom across NYS

South Seneca CSD copes with long-term shutdown, as financial implications loom across NYS

– By Josh Durso South Seneca Central School District is in the midst of an historic, long-term shutdown. The kind of which no one has any memory of experiencing – faculty or students. Superintendent Stephen Zielinski, who has led the district for ... MORE
Deputies: Lodi man charged after domestic incident

Deputies: Lodi man charged after domestic incident

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports that on Tuesday around 10 p.m. deputies responded to East Seneca Street in Lodi for a domestic incident, which resulted in one arrest. Brian James, 38, of Lodi was charged with second-degree harassment after having physical ... MORE
Seneca County Community Counseling achieves long-term mission just in time

Seneca County Community Counseling achieves long-term mission just in time

– By Josh Durso Social distancing comes with a lot of challenges. People are social creatures, so they crave interaction. During a pandemic like the one impacting most of the globe – Governor Andrew Cuomo called on mental health professionals across New ... MORE
Supervisors will consider sharing sales tax with towns, villages in Seneca County

Supervisors will consider sharing sales tax with towns, villages in Seneca County

The debate about sharing sales tax revenue received a shot of life at Tuesday's meeting of the Government Operations Committee in Seneca County. The supervisors have long-wrestled with the notion of sharing sales tax revenue with towns and villages. Supervisor Kyle Barnhart, ... MORE
TRAVEL ADVISORY: Sheriff Luce asks motorists to avoid travel until 9 a.m. on Saturday

NO UNNECESSARY TRAVEL: Sheriff Luce expands advisory for Seneca County motorists

Sheriff Tim Luce has upgraded the travel advisory issued earlier to a no unnecessary travel advisory. It doesn’t restrict travel, and roads remain open at this time – but travel is discouraged. “It is recommended that citizens do not engage in unnecessary ... MORE
Discovery changes make for difficult work in local courts

Seneca supervisors hear how discovery changes are impacting local courts

On Tuesday a local judge was back before the Seneca County Board of Supervisors requesting additional funding to deal with changes that stemmed from the bail reform initiative passed into law in 2019 ... MORE
Waterloo woman leaves scene of DWI crash with Fayette man, who was also charged with DWI

Waterloo woman leaves scene of DWI crash with Fayette man, who was also charged with DWI

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports that on January 19th at approximately 2:31 a.m. deputies responded to the area of County Road 121 in the town of Fayette for the report of a car in a ditch. While deputies were on their ... MORE
Deputies: Waterloo man stole Go Kart, later sold it as his own in Seneca County

Deputies: Waterloo man stole Go Kart, later sold it as his own in Seneca County

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a Waterloo man following a theft investigation that started on January 15th in Romulus. Deputies say that Timothy Tandle, 37, of Waterloo stole a Go Kart from a residence in the town of ... MORE