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Low interest loans available through U.S. Small Business Administration for flood ravaged Seneca Co.

Low interest loans available through U.S. Small Business Administration for flood ravaged Seneca Co.
New York businesses and residents affected by severe storms and flooding on Aug. 13-14, 2018, can apply for low-interest disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration, Administrator Linda McMahon announced today. Administrator McMahon made the loans available in response to a letter from Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Oct. 2, requesting a disaster declaration by the SBA. The declaration... more

INSIDE THE FLX: Food scarcity, community unity focus of effort from GRHF & STEPS (podcast)

INSIDE THE FLX: Food scarcity, community unity focus of effort from GRHF & STEPS (podcast)
A coalition of organizations are coming together to generate positive change in some of the most-challenged communities in the Finger Lakes. The Greater Rochester Health Foundation, along with Seneca Towns Engaging People for Solutions – also known as ‘STEPS’, as well as the Lodi ‘Food for All’ Food Pantry are helping educate and build community in communities hit hardest by... more

Supervisors ask NYS to revoke pensions of retired police working for CIN

Supervisors ask NYS to revoke pensions of retired police working for CIN
After the Cayuga Indian Nation introduced a police force, and hired several former New York State Police – the Seneca County Board of Supervisors took notice. Due to the fact that the land claimed by the Cayuga Indian Nation has not been placed into trust – the supervisors believe this new police force has no authority. This despite having federally... more

Another day, another lawsuit: Circular enerG pushes forward new legal action in bid to build incinerator

Another day, another lawsuit: Circular enerG pushes forward new legal action in bid to build incinerator
Circular enerG, a Rochester-based firm that is attempting to construct one of the largest trash burning facilities in the state, filed the second Article 78 lawsuit against the Town of Romulus, submitting a Memorandum of Law outlining its objections to the Town’s revised zoning laws that were drafted to further clarify the Town’s original zoning laws this Spring. The first... more

INSIDE THE FLX: Porsch touts experience, endorsements ahead of primary (podcast)

INSIDE THE FLX: Porsch touts experience, endorsements ahead of primary (podcast)
Last year, District Attorney Barry Porsch won voters to continue in his post as lead prosecutor. Now, the established district attorney is looking to become the next judge of Seneca County. On Tuesday, he visited the FingerLakes1.com studio to talk about his race, the future of the office, and his campaign efforts. . more

INSIDE THE FLX: Donna Cathy vying to succeed Bender as judge (podcast)

INSIDE THE FLX: Donna Cathy vying to succeed Bender as judge (podcast)
Former District Attorney Donna Cathy is vying to succeed longtime Seneca County Judge Dennis Bender, and her first test will come on Thursday, as primary voters turnout to let their voices be heard. On Tuesday, she appeared on Inside the FLX to talk about her campaign, the race, and much more. . AUDIO ONLY VERSION: more

Deputies: Romulus man possessed controlled substance during stop

Deputies: Romulus man possessed controlled substance during stop
The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a Romulus man following a traffic stop on State Route 336. Deputies say Seven S. Langley, 48, was charged with driving while ability impaired by a drug, criminal possession of a controlled substance, and failure to maintain lane. The charges stem from an investigation of suspicious activity. He was released and... more

INSIDE THE FLX: David Ettman, Esq. talks campaign for judge in Seneca Co. (podcast)

INSIDE THE FLX: David Ettman, Esq. talks campaign for judge in Seneca Co. (podcast)
On Friday, local attorney David Ettman talked about his campaign for judge in Seneca County – just days before Thursday’s primary. Over the next several days – conversations with all three candidates vying to succeed longtime Seneca County Judge Dennis Bender will be published on FingerLakes1.com. Ettman cited his diverse experience, time spent practicing in the local community, and his... more

Open House session taking place for people impacted by Seneca Co. flooding

Open House session taking place for people impacted by Seneca Co. flooding
The New York State Office of Emergency Management will hold an “open house” informational session for people recovering from recent flooding in Seneca and Schuyler counties. The informational session will take place from noon to 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 30 in the Sampson State Park Administration Building’s Conference room in Romulus. Multiple State Agencies will be on hand to answer... more

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

Romulus man hurt after rear-ended on Route 414

Sheriff’s Deputies investigated a personal injury motor vehicle accident on Route 414 in the Town of Varick that occurred on Tuesday morning at about 7:20 am. Deputies report a pick-up truck operated by Steven L. Everts, age 59 of 5176 Route 89 in Romulus, was southbound and stopprd at the intersection of Route 414 and Ogden Road to make a... 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

Rollover accident on SR 89 leads to DWI charge for Ithaca man

Seneca County Sheriff Tim Luce says that a 37-year-old Ithaca resident was arrested for driving while intoxicated after a rollover accident on State Route 89 in Varick on June 20th. The accident happened around 8 pm, and resulted in Patrick C. Robinson, 37, being charged with driving while intoxicated, aggravated unlicensed operation and failure to maintain lane. The charges will... 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

Cherry Fest a success at Varick Winery despite rain, clouds (video)

Despite the rainy, dreary weekend in the Finger Lakes – 2018’s Cherry Festival, hosted by Varick Winery & Vineyard went off without a snag. The event featured local musicians, local food, and a plethora of cherries – available for consumption and picking. “This is one of the most-unique events in the region,” Shelly Inglor said on Monday. The 21-year-old had... more
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