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Deputies: Lodi woman possessed pills, marijuana during traffic stop

Deputies say a 35-year-old Lodi resident was arrested on drug possession charges after a traffic stop on State Route 414 late last month. Christine A. Federico, 35, of Lodi was charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of marijuana after the traffic stop in Lodi. Deputies located a quantity of pills, which were identified as... more

AFSP will host ‘Out of the Darkness Walk’ on October 21st

Suicide is the tenth-leading cause of death in the United States. It touches millions of lives, and impacts people of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds. The research is clear, though: Suicide is preventable, and the more people who stand up for suicide prevention and mental health, the more lives we can save. That’s why the Seneca County Suicide Prevention Coalition... 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

Deputies: Woman stole over $3,000 from Seneca County business

Deputies say a 59-year-old Avoca resident was charged with grand larceny and falsifying business records after an alleged $3,000 theft from a Town of Lodi business at an earlier date. Michelle M. Cornaire, 59, was charged with third-degree grand larceny and first-degree falsifying business records after allegedly stealing more than $3,000 from a local business in Lodi. Deputies say she... more

Police: Lodi man stole medication out of shopping cart at Walmart

On Tuesday at 9:08 pm the Town of Seneca Falls Police Department arrested a Lodi man at Walmart after a larceny investigation involving prescription pills. Keith L. Champion, 54, of Lodi was arrested after police were called to the Walmart where a store customer reported that a medication he had just purchased was stolen out of the shopping cart. Following... more

INSIDE THE FLX: Shipley, Davidson talk future of Seneca County (podcast)

Seneca County is in a good place. That was the message from Board of Supervisors Chairman Bob Shipley and Majority Leader Lee Davidson, who were in-studio on Tuesday talking about the County’s efforts and progress moving forward. They provided an update on the Route 318 sewer project, continued legal action with the Cayuga Indian Nation, and much more. Watch the... 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

Lodi man charged with DWI in Romulus

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports that on Wednesday at 2:30 a.m. deputies arrested a 24-year-old Lodi resident in Romulus on DWI charges. Austin J Jennings, 24, was arrested on State Route 414 in the Town of Romulus. He was charged with Driving While Intoxicated, Driving with 0.08 percent BAC, Failure to Dim Head Lights and Speeding. Jennings was released... more

Montezuma Winery owners purchase Seneca County winery

The owners of Montezuma Winery recently purchased a Seneca County winery, adding to their list of wineries owned. Kings Garden Vineyard, located at 9085 state Route 414 in Lodi, is one of four wineries and distilleries owned by the Martin family, according to a press release. The family also owns Kings Garden’s neighboring property, Idol Ridge Winery and Alder Creek... 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

THE LOVING CUP: Rhonda Jasper & Rose Giovannini of Seneca County United Way (podcast)

Rhonda Jasper & Rose Giovannini of Seneca County United Way talk about the upcoming Taste of Spring event at del Lago and gratitude on this week’s episode of The Loving Cup Podcast. . more

WEBER THIS WEEK: Fayette Supervisor Cindy Lorenzetti in-studio (podcast)

Fayette Town Supervisor Cindy Lorenzetti is in her third term on the Seneca County Board of Supervisors, one of only two democrats on the board. On Monday afternoon she was in-studio as a guest on Weber This Week… . more

Joe Siccardi, former Reveille publisher, launches first book, “Heaven Shining Through”

Joe Siccardi, a recent mid-Maine transplant from Seneca Falls, has announced the public book launch of his first book, Heaven Shining Through. It will be held April 29, noon-2 p.m. at The Mill Inn & Café, Dover-Foxcroft, Maine. In addition, Siccardi will be presenting a copy of the book to the Thompson Free Library in Dover-Foxcroft on May 2 at... more

SENECA SUPERVISORS: BOS Chairman critical of Albany, budget process in remarks at meeting

On Tuesday, Seneca County Board of Supervisors Chairman Bob Shipley shared his thoughts on the New York State Budget process, which included passage of a $168 billion spending plan. There was good news, and bad, within the plan — but according to Shipley — little progress was made in some of the most-costly areas. For example, the fiscal liability for... more

Supervisor Hayssen opposes multi-million dollar overhaul of facilities in Waterloo

Purchasing the former BonaDent building — known now as the ‘Health & Senior Services Building’ for $3.2 was controversial. Since then, Seneca County obtained a Facilities Master Plan for Design & Engineering of the County Office Building — located at 1 DiPronio Dr. — and the new ‘Health & Senior Services’ space. The plan was put together by Passero Associates,... more

SENECA CO. BOS: Resolution to oppose incinerator passes unanimously (full coverage)

On Tuesday the Seneca County Board of Supervisors held their regularly scheduled meeting for March, taking what some felt was a ‘significant’ step in opposing the proposed Circular enerG incinerator in Romulus. Multiple speakers at the session railed against the proposed facility, pointing out potential threats to a nearby school, the environment, and local tourism economy. David Lock, a Fayette... more
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