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Generations Bank office in Union Springs is designated as a business banking development district

Generations Bank office in Union Springs is designated as a business banking development district
The New York State Department of Financial Services has designated the Generations Bank Union Springs office as part of its Banking Development District (BDD) program. The designation re-affirms Generations Bank’s commitment to the unique banking needs of the Union Springs area. Through the program, Generations will be able to offer or expand special programs including: Expanded discounts and underwriting for... more

Bella’s Last Blast: How a Brighton Teen is making a stand for AutismUp

Integration and inclusion are similar words, but do we really understand the meanings behind them? “Picture a bowl of cherries floating in a kitchen sink. They’re there, but they aren’t really in the water. Thats integration. Now when you spread the cherries into the water…that’s inclusion.  They occupy the same space.” Explains Marisa Geitner, president and CEO of Heritage Christian... more

St. Bonaventure back on ‘Cuse hoops schedule

St. Bonaventure, a 2018 NCAA Tournament participant, is back on the Syracuse schedule this year. The Orange will host the Bonnies on Saturday, Dec. 29, in the Dome. St. Bonaventure snapped a 14-game losing streak to the Orange by defeating Syracuse last winter, 60-57 in overtime. The Orange own a 24-3 advantage in the series that dates back to the... more

Getting to know the candidates for Ontario County Sheriff

After 28 years as sheriff and 46 years in law enforcement, Sheriff Philip Povero has reached the end of his career. Following a career of that length, and with everything the county has accomplished in that time, there is a vast expanse to be filled. Appearing on the ballot in the primary election on Thursday September 13th are two new... more

Wal-Mart Grand Re-Opening Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

The Seneca County Chamber of Commerce recently held a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to celebrate the grand re-opening of Wal-Mart, 1860 North Road in Waterloo.  The store departments went through a remodel adding more of a modern bright flare to the store. Pictured left to right; Olivia, Diane Janes (Chamber Membership Committee), Suzi, Sharon, Kristy, Rose-Marie Wright (Wal-Mart Store Manager), Laura,... more

‘SHE WANTED HELP’: Family members say Waterloo woman sought help repeatedly before double-fatal shooting (full coverage)

Family members say more should have been done to help their mother. Especially after she sought help from agencies and authorities in the days leading up to Lori McConnell’s violent murder. She was shot to death alongside a Seneca Falls resident, identified by police on Monday as Charles Andrus. The third victim of last Tuesday’s violent shooting survived, and was... more

Cayuga Lake to host major college fishing tournament

The Seneca County Chamber of Commerce has announced that Cayuga Lake will play host to the YETI FLW College Fishing Series on Saturday, July 21st. It marks the first time the circuit is being hosted in the Finger Lakes region. It is expected to draw more than 140 collegiate anglers (and their support teams) to the area. “We look forward... more

WEBER THIS WEEK: Golf Channel’s Kellie Stenzel at SFCC Junior Golf (podcast & video)

With the Web Dog off this week, Jim Sinicropi sits in and shares a video of Golf Channel on-air personality and nationally renowned teaching professional Kellie Stenzel who was at the Junior Golf Camp of the Finger Lakes on Monday morning at Seneca Falls Country Club. Stenzel graduated from Geneva High School, is a former NYS Women’s Am Champion and... more

Lyons man arrested on trespassing charge

Clayton J. Bardin, 50, of Lyons is taken into custody following the investigation of a trespassing incident. He is charged with Criminal Trespass and Criminal Contempt. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({}); Bardin is said to have entered the residence of an ex-girlfriend, violating an order of protection. The woman found him sleeping on her couch. The Town of Lyons Court... more

Doubledays drop game 2 against Spikes

Quality at-bats came few and far between in the Doubledays’ (11-8) rain-shortened 8-0 loss to State College (8-12). Auburn’s offense was unable to string any big hits together during the night and was shut out for the first time since June 20 and left three runners in scoring position over the course of the weather-shortened evening. Coupled with two wild... more

Geneva Light Opera presents Rossini’s “The Barber of Seville” on stage at the Smith Opera House in July

For its 11th summer season offering, Geneva Light Opera presents Rossini’s rollicking comic opera, “The Barber of Seville,” with an outstanding cast of artists this summer in the historic Smith Opera House. The intriguing tale of a clever young woman, her eager lover, and their resourceful accomplice, “The Barber of Seville” is a tuneful testament to wit and romance. Three... more

South Seneca seniors graduating with honors

This year, 17 South Seneca seniors have been awarded the distinction of honor graduate by earning a grade point average of 88 or higher. Honor graduates will wear a colored stole around their neck during the graduation ceremony at South Seneca High School Saturday, June 23rd. Some students will be additionally designated cum laude, magna cum laude and summa cum... more
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