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UPSTATE HOOPS LIVE AT NOON: Mynderse & Waterloo student-athletes in-studio (podcast)

UPSTATE HOOPS LIVE AT NOON: Mynderse & Waterloo student-athletes in-studio (podcast)
On this week’s Upstate Hoops Podcast we welcome Mynderse seniors Darren Miller & Madison Barnett along with Waterloo senior Derek Slywka & sophomore Jillian Panek in-studio to talk about the upcoming Varsity Night Doubleheader in Waterloo on Thursday night along with their thoughts and goals for the season. . more

W-FL FRIDAY: Red Creek sophomore joins 1,000 point club; Wayne tops Geneva; Waterloo beats Penn Yan

W-FL FRIDAY: Red Creek sophomore joins 1,000 point club; Wayne tops Geneva; Waterloo beats Penn Yan
Red Creek sophomore Isabella Wilbur scored her 1,000th career point in the Rams loss at Lyons on Friday night. Meanwhile in girls action, Midlakes pulls away from Mynderse late and Red Jacket survives at Marcus Whitman. On the boys side of things it was Wayne defeating Geneva, Newark improving to 5-0, and Waterloo defeating Penn Yan. Full results and more... more

Seneca Falls man faces new felony charges after pleading guilty to identity theft earlier this year

Seneca Falls man faces new felony charges after pleading guilty to identity theft earlier this year
Seneca County Sheriff Tim Luce reports the arrest of a 30-year-old Seneca Falls man following an investigation into property damage at a home he was renting on Gravel Road. Raymond J. Tortorello, 30, of Seneca Falls was charged with second-degree criminal mischief – a Class D felony, and petit larceny following the investigation. Sheriff Luce reports that Tortorello caused extensive... more

Clifton Springs man charged with trespassing after brief foot chase in Seneca Falls

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On December 9th at approximately 5:24 p.m. police arrested a Clifton Springs man after a trespassing investigation, which ended in a foot chase. Conor O’Rourke, 22, was charged with trespassing and resisting arrest after an incident in Seneca Falls where he was observed on a property while the business was closed. When he was ordered to stop – O’Rourke fled... more

Supervisors ponder ‘Water & Sewer Authority’ while looking for consensus in 2019 (video)

Board of Supervisors hold December meeting in Waterloo (video)
It was the last regular session of the calendar year; and it’s been an active one for the Seneca County Board of Supervisors. While the supervisors will have a couple special sessions before the end of the year to take care of some clerical items – the lion share of legislating has concluded. Board Chairman Bob Shipley (R-Waterloo) said it... more

W-FL TUESDAY: Pal-Mac girls beat Geneva, Rathbun’s 34 lifts Naples, Barnett breaks Mynderse school record, & South Seneca girls crush Red Jacket in title game re-match

W-FL TUESDAY: Pal-Mac girls beat Geneva, Rathbun’s 34 lifts Naples, Barnett breaks Mynderse school record, & South Seneca girls crush Red Jacket in title game re-match
It was the first truly full slate of games this high school basketball season in the Wayne-Finger Lakes on Tuesday night. Check out the results from all the boys and girls action below along with the top Tweets of the night around Section V and updated league standings for the Finger Lakes East, West and Wayne County. LAST NIGHT’S BOYS... more

“Bread, Salt & Wine” – It’s a Wonderful Housewarming

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Habitat for Humanity of Seneca County announced today that “The Bailey Kids” presented housewarming gifts to the owner of a house built together by the family and Habitat for Humanity at 25 Grove Street in Waterloo. In the movie “It’s a Wonderful Life” George Bailey and his wife bring a housewarming gift to the Martini family which consists of a... more

Police: Driver charged with DWI after crash in Seneca Falls

Police: Driver charged with DWI after crash in Seneca Falls
On December 9th at 1:45 a.m., the Town of Seneca Falls Police Department arrested a Seneca Castle resident on a DWI charge following a one-car crash. Emma J. Shaw, 27, of Seneca Castle was charged following property damage accident on East Bayard Street in the Town of Seneca Falls. Upon investigation, it was determined that Shaw was operating her motor... more

KENNY’S 2 PENNIES: Wonderful Life & ‘Cuse beats Georgetown (podcast)

KENNY’S 2 PENNIES: Wonderful Life & ‘Cuse beats Georgetown (podcast)
On this weeks episode of Kenny’s 2 Pennies, your host tackles this past weekends It’s a Wonderful Life 5K, Syracuse’s 72-71 win against Georgetown. He also discusses West Virginia’s quarterback, Will Grier, saying no to Camping World Bowl, Buffalo Bills dragging their feet and much more.  . more

WATCH: It’s A Wonderful Run 10th Anniversary edition (video)

WATCH: It’s A Wonderful Run 10th Anniversary edition (video)
Over 5,400 runners participated in the 10th Anniversary of the It’s A Wonderful Run 5K as part of the It’s A Wonderful Life Weekend in Seneca Falls, NY on Saturday. Meet some of the runners who took part in all ten events, check out the Christmas cheer, and see what all those people look like going over the Bridge Street... more

Suicide Prevention Coalition participates in It’s a Wonderful Life festival

Suicide Prevention Coalition participates in It’s a Wonderful Life festival
It was a powerful weekend for everyone involved. The Seneca County Suicide Prevention Coalition took part in this year’s “It’s a Wonderful Life Festival,” which was held in Seneca Falls over the weekend. The festival is based around Frank Capra’s classic film “It’s a Wonderful Life,” which is an uplifting tale about community, coming together, and perseverance. That participation included... more

Event in Seneca Falls will target opioid addiction, suicide prevention

Event in Seneca Falls will target opioid addiction, suicide prevention
There are universal truths in our lives. One of them is that we are born into this world and gifted with ‘life’. The definition of life is controversial and alludes to a living organism maintaining homeostasis or balance. Living is further defined as … a cycle, which through process, action, reaction, evaluation and growth we adapt and evolve in our environment. The quality of... more

Thousands pour into Seneca Falls for celebratory weekend during holiday season (gallery)

GALLERY: Thousands pour into Seneca Falls for It’s a Wonderful Life Festival & 5K
One of the busiest days of the calendar year commenced for Seneca Falls – as thousands poured in for the It’s a Wonderful Life Festival and It’s a Wonderful Run 5K. Around 5,000 contestants were signed up for it – and thousands were taking advantage of the curbside vendors. FingerLakes1.com will have complete coverage of the 5K, which will be... more

Town of Seneca Falls appears in court over proposed Ludovico Sculpture Trail sewer line

Town of Seneca Falls appears in court over proposed Ludovico Sculpture Trail sewer line
Members of the Seneca Falls Town Board never needed to actually read the resolutions they adopted this past Spring for a sewer line project requiring the use of eminent domain, the town’s special counsel told a panel of appellate justices Thursday. Instead, the board properly relied on its engineering and legal experts for guidance in picking the Frank J. Ludovico... more

W-FL FRIDAY: Peters powers Newark over Mynderse; Whitman handles Bloomfield

W-FL FRIDAY: Peters powers Newark over Mynderse; Whitman handles Bloomfield
In the first full Friday night of high school basketball in the Wayne-Finger Lakes, it certainly wasn’t a Wonderful Life at Arthur L. Baker where the visiting Newark Reds defeated Mynderse in their home gym for the first time in six years. Also in the East, Wayne handled Penn Yan, Geneva snuck by Midlakes, and Waterloo rolled past Pal-Mac. In... more
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