Ontario County cemetery does green burials as natural alternative

Bloomfield cemetery does green burials as natural alternative

The East Bloomfield 1838 Cemetery is doing something different. They are offering a more natural experience for family members to lay their loved ones to rest. Paul Hudson, who serves as president of the cemetery association tells The Daily Messenger that the green burials are a natural way ... FULL STORY
FLX WEEKLY: Joe Dingledein & Lights on Chapel Street (podcast)

FLX WEEKLY: Joe Dingledein & Lights on Chapel Street (podcast)

Lights on Chapel Street is a residential light show for the Christmas seasons created by Seneca Falls resident Joe Dingledein. The display features close to 10,000 ... MORE
REMEMBERING: Rev. Michael Francis Conboy, 85, of Skaneat

REMEMBERING: Rev. Michael Francis Conboy, 85, of Skaneateles

Reverend Michael Francis Conboy, 85, of Skaneateles passed away at home Friday, Nov. 27, 2020. Father Conboy was a native of Auburn and the eldest of ... MORE
Generations Bank (Tile)
Bottomless Brewing (Alliance)
Celebrating 75 years together in Waterloo

Waterloo couple celebrates 75th anniversary in unique way

Ed and Jean Nelson have been a unified staple in the Waterloo community for decades. On Tuesday they ... MORE
Seneca Falls PD will host

Seneca Falls PD will host toy drive for local families

As the holidays approach, the Seneca Falls Police Department is setting out on its annual goal to help ... MORE
Seneca Meadows su

Seneca Meadows supports Seneca Falls Dialogues event

Seneca Meadows recently presented a donation to support the 7th biennial Seneca Falls Dialogues – Disrupting the Past, ... MORE
Melissa Killeleagh: Sonja Thayer talks transition from fashion to fou

Melissa Killeleagh: Sonja Thayer talks transition from fashion to founder (podcast)

In last week’s episode, we talked about the wellness journey, just after we focused on the power of ... MORE
Ciccino\'s Pizzeria & Restaurant (Tile)
Seneca Falls Country Club (Alliance)
Seneca Falls Country Club (Alliance)
Can the Manchester Roundhouse be saved? Officials will find out in 2021

Can the Manchester Roundhouse be saved? Officials will find out in 2021

An assessment of the historic Lehigh Valley Railroad Roundhouse in Manchester is set to take place in February 2021. That will likely determine whether it stays upright, or is taken down. At one time it was one of the largest of its ... MORE
MELISSA KILLELEAGH: Arielle DeVito talks transition to virtual fitness during pandemic (podcast)

MELISSA KILLELEAGH: Arielle DeVito talks transition to virtual fitness during pandemic (podcast)

For years now, anytime personal training or fitness classes have come up in conversation, Arielle DeVito’s name often pops up. Five years ago, I had the pleasure of working closely with her and in 2020, Arielle had her own pivot and took ... MORE
Seneca Meadows, Cintas partner on safety vest donation to Seneca County Head Start

Seneca Meadows, Cintas partner on safety vest donation to Seneca County Head Start

Seneca Meadows and Cintas recently partnered on a donation of child high visibility safety vests for the entire student body of the Seneca County Head Start program. The donation of safety vests are part of Seneca Meadows program of furthering their safety ... MORE
5 benefits of hiring reliable movers

5 benefits of hiring reliable movers

Nowadays, moving is quite important as well as a common practice that people do. People change places due to their jobs, some people shift from their home to a bigger one, some shift from a rented property to a proper owner house ... MORE
FLX WEEKLY: Special Thanksgiving Wine Wednesday Edition (podcast)

FLX WEEKLY: Special Thanksgiving Wine Wednesday Edition (podcast)

Katherine Chase of the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail is in-studio for a special edition of FLX Weekly on the day before Thanksgiving. Jessica Lahr will also join Sydney Radka and Jim Sinicropi to talk about how the holiday will look this year ... MORE
Salvation Army of Geneva seeks volunteers to help prepare for Christmas

Salvation Army of Geneva seeks volunteers to help prepare for Christmas

The Salvation Army of Geneva is asking for volunteers to help with preparing toy baskets and distributing them to families in need this Christmas season. The volunteers will be needed at the Citadel on 41 North St. on December 4th, 5th, 7th, ... MORE
WATCH: “Rockin’ Weedsport” The Movie (Part 1, 1980-1985)

WATCH: “Rockin’ Weedsport” The Movie (Part 1, 1980-1985)

It started in the early-1980s when a group of energetic music lovers in the village of Weedsport began an extraordinary run into live music. It served in compliment to Weedsport’s already-popular and successful dirt car racing. What started as a small, pavilion ... MORE
Don’t forget these 4 important tips for your hair when traveling

Don’t forget these 4 important tips for your hair when traveling

No matter where you are in the world, be it sunbathing on the beach or skiing down a mountain, staying healthy, looking great, and taking care under the sun are just as important as having a good time on vacation! Of course, ... MORE
Private Tutor vs School Program

Private Tutor vs School Program

In earlier times, private tutoring has been looked down upon as something that is needed by only those who are not capable of competing with the world. However, times have changed now. More and more people have realized that school curriculums are ... MORE
Geneva restaurants donate nearly $3,000 to Boys and Girls Club

Geneva restaurants donate nearly $3,000 to Boys and Girls Club

The Geneva BID and downtown restaurants donated nearly $3,000 to the Boys and Girls Club of Geneva yesterday as the result of the first-annual “#Commit2Geneva Downtown Restaurant Week.” Participating restaurants offered a range of specials, unique menu items, in addition to their ... MORE
Watkins Glen retailers ready for Small Business Saturday

Watkins Glen area retailers ready for Small Business Saturday

For the last decade, the Saturday after Thanksgiving has been celebrated nationally as Small Business Saturday — a day dedicated to supporting small businesses. The Watkins Glen Area Chamber of Commerce (WGACC) has embraced the effort and is partnering with more than ... MORE
Zero-waste Thanksgiving: how to celebrate sustainably this year

Zero-waste Thanksgiving: how to celebrate sustainably this year

Thanksgiving will always have an important place in our hearts, but this year, in the midst of a pandemic and economic crisis, its meaning is more valuable than ever. 2020 might not be the year when we gather our entire extended family ... MORE