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WEBER THIS WEEK: The Dog hangs it up after 50 years of local broadcasting… this is his last show (podcast)

WEBER THIS WEEK: The Dog hangs it up after 50 years of local broadcasting… this is his last show (podcast)
After 50 years in local broadcasting, Harold “Web Dog” Weber will be officially handing up the microphone after one last edition of his long running Weber This Week podcast on FingerLakes1.com on Monday afternoon. Join the Dog along with Dave Barnick, Jack Dipolito, Greg Cotteril and Jim Sinicropi to recap a career that started at WSFW radio in 1969. . more

Deputies: Canandaigua driver charged with DWI after Waterloo crash

Deputies: Canandaigua driver charged with DWI after Waterloo crash
The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a Canandaigua resident following single-vehicle crash at the intersection of State Route 96 and Virginia Street in Waterloo. Deputies responded to the scene and spoke with the driver, who was identified as Michal Bradley, 26, of Canandaigua. Following investigation it was determined that Bradley was under the influence of alcohol during... more

Waterloo school board to discuss new school to work position

Waterloo school board to discuss new school to work position
Not all high school seniors will attend college. Some elect not to learn a trade at Wayne-Finger Lakes Board of Cooperative Educational Services. However, many of those same students want jobs with local businesses and industries after they graduate — and the Waterloo school board is exploring the possibility of creating a position to further that objective. The Board of... more

Waterloo Village Board meets in special session on PRV funding

Waterloo Village Board meets in special session on PRV funding
Mayor Jack O’Connor has called a special meeting of the Village Board for 4:30 p.m. Monday. The topic: how the village will pay for a pressure-reducing valve, and a building to house it, on Woodworth Road. The PRV would help control water pressure from the village storage tank on Kime Road in Fayette and the village distribution system. Finger Lakes... more

County manager says state of Seneca County is good

County manager says state of Seneca County is good
After a little over seven months on the job, Seneca County Manager Mitch Rowe said he can safely say that the state of the county is good. “Despite the critical 2017 audit, we are now in a strong position,’’ Rowe said. “All of the corrections and adjustments recommended for 2017 have been made. Halle Stevens, our finance director, is doing... more

SUNDAY CONVERSATION: Seneca Co. Sheriff Tim Luce on progress, campaign, and future

SUNDAY CONVERSATION: Seneca Co. Sheriff Tim Luce on progress, campaign, and future
Seneca County Sheriff Tim Luce is seeking re-election. Four years into his first term as Sheriff – things have moved quickly. In this week’s Sunday Conversation – Sheriff Luce talks about his efforts to maintain and bolster accreditation, work toward a safer community, while balancing the needs of his office and its residents. He discusses the things he’d like to... more

Four charged after fight inside Seneca Falls home

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The Seneca Falls Police Department reports the arrest of four individuals following an investigation into a disturbance at a local residence on April 1st. Police say four people entered a home in the Town of Seneca Falls to pick up a friend. While inside the home, a physical altercation occurred – involving the six people. An adult female, and 15-year-old... more

Supervisors go with Hunt Engineers after contentious public comment during BOS meeting

Supervisors go with Hunt Engineers after contentious public comment during BOS meeting
Seneca Falls took center stage during the public comment period of the Seneca County Board of Supervisors meeting held on Tuesday. The supervisors considered a pair of resolutions in committee last month, which came before the full-board on Tuesday to determine who would provide engineering services for Seneca County. An infiltration and inflow study for Seneca County’s two sewer districts... more

Enslow Independence petition survives in Waterloo

Enslow Independence petition survives in Waterloo
Republican Michael Enslow filed two Independence Party petitions for county supervisor from the town of Waterloo. His first petition, filed April 1, contained 14 signatures, five more than needed. But there were questions about the witness statement on the petition. Enslow then circulated a second Independence Party petition with nine signatures, including six who signed the first petition. He filed... more

FRESH TAKES: Virginia’s Championship, Masters Week, NBA and NHL Playoff Previews (podcast)

FRESH TAKES: Virginia’s Championship, Masters Week, NBA and NHL Playoff Previews (podcast)
A huge show this week with a look back at the Virginia Cavaliers National Championship and a preview of The Masters which kicks off on Thursday morning. If that weren’t enough, a preview of both the NBA and NHL playoffs is on tap on Fresh Takes with Russo & Felice. . AUDIO ONLY VERSION: more

Waterloo PD first in state to get new, improved tasers

Waterloo PD first in state to get new, improved tasers
Jack O’Connor’s first Village Board meeting as mayor was relatively uneventful. The highlight may have been news from Police Chief Jason Godley that the department now has the latest in Tasers for its officers, the first department in the state with the newest technology in subduing an unruly person. “Sgt. Rod Kraft and Officer Matthew Scaglione were trained in the... more

LETTER: Landfill operation continues to concern public in Seneca County

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Responding to
In response to Mr. Black’s 2017 editorial, I believe it is high time to do exactly what Waste Connections, the foreign corporation that owns the Seneca Meadows landfill, is hoping beyond hope no one does: it’s time to address this propaganda piece-by-piece. “The Chamber of Commerce Votes No” This is really not so significant. And it’s no surprise a chamber... more

WEBER THIS WEEK: Claire Benjamin of Rue Claire Lavender Farm & Artisan Chocolate in Lodi (podcast)

WEBER THIS WEEK: Claire Benjamin of Rue Claire Lavender Farm & Artisan Chocolate in Lodi (podcast)
Claire Benjamin is the owner of Rue Claire Lavender Farm & Artisan Chocolate in Lodi. Claire’s chocolates are made with the finest & all natural ingredients in artisanal manners. She returns to the studio to appear on the third to last episode of Weber This Week as Harold “Web Dog” Weber retired from broadcasting after nearly 50 years on April... more

Seven teens arrested after causing extensive damage in Waterloo building

Seven teens arrested after causing extensive damage in Waterloo buiding
The Waterloo Police Department has arrested and petitioned five 15-year-olds and two 16-year-olds into Seneca County Family Court after charging the seven teens with Criminal Trespass 3rd Degree.  It is alleged that over a two day period on March 17 & 18 these seven individuals had knowingly, unlawfully and without permission, entered a building in the Village of Waterloo. It... more

FRESH TAKES: Surprise Final Four & April Movies (podcast)

FRESH TAKES: Surprise Final Four & April Movies (podcast)
This week on Fresh Takes with Russo and Felice, a look back at the tournament that resulted in a surprise Final Four and a breakdown of this coming weekend’s match-ups and picks for who will cut down the nets on Monday night. Baseball rolls into week two and a look at some anticipated new movies coming out in April. ... more

Joel McHale coming to del Lago’s Vine on June 15th

Joel McHale coming to del Lago’s Vine on June 15th
Del Lago Resort & Casino is pleased to announce actor and comedian, Joel McHale, will take the stage on Saturday, June 15 at 8 p.m. Performing his stand-up act around the country to sold-out audiences, McHale also currently stars on the hit comedy series Community, which will move to Yahoo! for its sixth season after five seasons on NBC. For... more
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