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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 Romulus, then attempted to sell the stolen property to another person in Lodi. Deputies recovered the Go Kart... more

Speakers, marchers call for change as Women March rally draws crowd (full coverage)

Activists send strong message in Seneca Falls during
Despite constant snow and bitter cold, women and men ventured out for the fourth annual Women March in Seneca Falls on Saturday. Feminists of all affiliations rallied and marched along the closed-off streets of downtown Seneca Falls, the birthplace of the national women’s suffrage movement that started more than a century ago. more

GALLERY: Snow doesn’t stop Women March in Seneca Falls

GALLERY: Snow doesn’t stop Women March in Seneca Falls
The snow didn't stop approximately 2,000 from turning out to Seneca Falls for the 4h Annual Women March, held in the birthplace of Women's Rights. A number of high-profile elected officials and activists were in town. Check out the gallery from the day, and stay tuned for full-coverage from the march later on exclusively on FingerLakes1.com. more

SAFETY MOMENT: Protecting against Mercury exposure

SAFETY MOMENT: Protecting against Mercury exposure
Our team recognizes and trains for a variety of potential exposure hazards, and one potential hazard we can all work together toward eliminating is exposure to mercury.  One common item is fluorescent bulbs.  Fluorescent bulbs should always be properly recycled, and most local hardware and home improvement stores accept them for recycling.  more

One charged after domestic incident in Seneca Falls

One charged after domestic incident in Seneca Falls
The Seneca Falls Police Department reports the arrest of a 31-year-old Stanley resident following a domestic dispute. Jered Proctor, 31, of Stanley is accused of causing damage to multiple items in another person’s residence in Seneca Falls. He was charged with criminal mischief and endangering the welfare of a child. Proctor was processed and transported to the Seneca County Correctional... more

Bob McKeveny receives Seneca Chamber’s 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award (video)

Bob McKeveny receives Seneca Chamber’s 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award (video)
The Seneca County Chamber of Commerce and CFCU Community Credit Union announced on Thursday evening that Bob McKeveny has received the Chamber’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Working with Chamber President & CEO Jeff Shipley, Duprey Video produced the video below which was shown at the annual dinner and awards ceremony at del Lago Resort & Casino on January 16th.  .... more

Police: Ovid man charged with aggravated harassment after warrants discovered during traffic stop

Police: Ovid man charged with aggravated harassment after warrants discovered during traffic stop
The Seneca Falls Police Department reports the arrest of Christopher Clemenson, 37, of Ovid following a traffic stop on Cayuga Street. Police stopped Clemenson for a traffic violation. During that stop it was discovered that he had two active warrants for his arrest in Seneca Falls Town Court. The first warrant was issued following a threat Clemenson made over the... more

Menzo Case named Seneca Chamber’s 2019 Citizen of the Year (video)

Menzo Case names Seneca Chamber’s 2019 Citizen of the Year
The Seneca County Chamber of Commerce and Goulds Pumps announced last night at the organizations annual dinner that Menzo Case has received the Chamber’s Citizen of the Year Award. Working with Chamber President & CEO Jeff Shipley, Duprey Video produced the video below, which was shown at the annual dinner and awards ceremony at del Lago Resort & Casino on... more

W-FL Friday: Wayne boys continue to roll; Lyons girls win eighth straight; Red Jacket boys barely get past H.A.C.

W-FL Friday: Wayne boys continue to roll; Lyons girls win eighth straight; Red Jacket boys barely get past H.A.C.
It was a jam-packed Friday night across the Wayne-Finger Lakes boys and girls basketball leagues. On the boys side, the Wayne Eagles continued to roll. The Eagles picked up an 11-point home win over the Mynderse Blue Devils to extend their winning streak to four games, and improve their record to 10-1. Tyler Reynolds, Mason Blakenberg and Eli Schichtel combined... more

Seneca Falls woman facing felony charges after being found asleep behind the wheel at local school

Seneca Falls woman facing felony charges after being found asleep behind the wheel at local school
A local woman was arrested on felony charges after an incident at a Seneca Falls school on Wednesday. The Seneca Falls Police Department reports the arrest of 35-year-old Nicole Macomber, of Seneca Falls following an investigation at Frank Knight Elementary School. Police say they were called to the school for the report of a person asleep in a running vehicle.... more

Longtime Seneca Falls medical practice joins Finger Lakes Health

Lorenzetti and Randall-Mantella join Finger Lakes Health
Finger Lakes Health announced on Thursday that Joseph Lorenzetti, M.D. and Susan Randall-Mantella, MSN, FNP had joined the FLH team. Lorenzetti and Randall-Mantella will continue to see patients located at 28 Cayuga St in Seneca Falls, according to a press release from Finger Lakes Health. They have been delivery family care for the past 32 years. Lorenzetti said “When considering... more

Seneca Falls PD: Streets will be closed Saturday for Women March 2020

Police: Streets will be closed Saturday as Women March 2020 takes place in Seneca Falls
The Seneca Falls Police Department provided an update on Thursday ahead of this weekend’s march. The fourth annual march, rally, and corresponding events will begin around 12:30 p.m. on Saturday. Police say the Women March Ceremony will begin and conclude on Lower Fall Street near VanCleef Lake. The march will start near the Trinity Church at 1:30 p.m. and proceed... more

BG’s Italian Restaurant closes unexpectedly in Border City

BG’s Italian Restaurant closes unexpectedly in Border City
The owners of an Italian restaurant along Route 5&20 between Waterloo and Geneva closed unexpectedly. “Due to unforeseen circumstances we will be closing the restaurant,” the owners said in a post to Facebook. “Thank you to everyone who gave us a shot!” Just two days earlier things appeared to be moving forward normally for the business – as they posted... more

INSIDE THE FLX: Discussing Women March in Seneca Falls (podcast)

INSIDE THE FLX: Discussing Women March in Seneca Falls 2020 (podcast)
This weekend organizers hope thousands turn out again, like in past years, to celebrate inclusion and inspire conversations. Women March in Seneca Falls 2020 is an event that will span three days this year, compared to the single-day event, which it has been in the past. While a march will be the major draw, several other important events are scheduled... more

Oral arguments delayed a month in SMI’s Article 78 against Seneca Falls over LL3

Oral arguments delayed a month in SMI’s Article 78 against Seneca Falls over LL3
Another day, another delay. Oral arguments, which were supposed to take place on January 21st in the Article 78 proceeding involving Seneca Meadows, Inc. against the Town of Seneca Falls over Local Law 3 of 2016 has been delayed. State Supreme Court Justice Daniel Doyle of Rochester has postponed the arguments until February 26th at 2 p.m. in the Seneca... more

Where Brave Women Winter tourism campaign for the Finger Lakes kicks off in Seneca Falls

Where Brave Women Winter tourism campaign for the Finger Lakes kicks off in Seneca Falls
As a way to embrace tourism in cold, snowy Upstate New York – specifically the Finger Lakes Region – New York State is backing a new tourism campaign. It’s called “Where Brave Women Winter” and aims to increase awareness of the region where some of the nation’s most-prominent equal rights trailblazers left their mark on the U.S. The Finger Lakes... more

Seneca Museum of Waterways looking for new assistant to director

Seneca Museum of Waterways looking for new assistant to director
The Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry is seeking applicants for the position of assistant to the executive director, according to the Finger Lakes Times. Those interested in applying for the position should send a resume and cover letter to director@senecamuseum.com. The position is 25-hours per week. Applicants should have an associates or undergraduate degree in business management, communications or... more
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