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40 more Seneca gas protesters arrested
About 40 activists who oppose the expansion of gas storage on the shore of Seneca Lake were arrested Tuesday, according to organizers. The group has been blocking the gates to the Crestwood gas storage facility since Oct. 23. The group said most of those arrested Tuesday were teachers.
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» 41 protesters arrested at Crestwood Tuesday
» Beaver Dams man faces SEC fraud charges
» Arrests continue at Schuyler methane storage site
» 10 more protesters arrested at Crestwood on Monday
» Biologist, veteran released from Schuyler jail
» 86 Year Old Protester Released from Jail
» Nine more arrested at Crestwood gates Wednesday
» Crestwood protesters choose jail over fines
» Odessa announces interim superintendent
» Ten more protesters arrested at Crestwood
» 10 more protesters arrested Monday at Crestwood
» 2015 Schuyler County budget passed
» DEC issues draft permit for LPG storage
» DEC releases draft permit for Schuyler gas storage
» Vigil to be held for arrested protesters
» Phosphorus levels in Seneca Lake streams on the rise
» One LPG protestor sentenced to jail
» Crestwood protesters to be arraigned
» More protesters arrested at Crestwood
» DEC sets issues hearing on Reading LPG project
» Seneca Lake choking to death on stream contamination
» Arrested protesters include author, retired Air Force officer
» Arrests in protest at Watkins Glen gas storage facility
» Supreme Court judge upholds Schuyler room tax
» Fix proposed for tainted Ulysses drinking water
» DEC judge to review proposed Reading LPG Facility
» Protesters arrested at Watkins Glen gas storage facility
» State Supreme Court upholds Schuyler Co. Room Tax
» September saves FLX grape harvest
» Schuyler Hospital conducts Ebola training
» Montour Fire Department receives grant
» Opponents plan rally at gates of natural gas facility
» Live: Gas storage protesters assemble in Watkins Glen
» Steuben Co. woman to jail for not paying child support
» Multiple charges after Watkins Glen man flees cops
» DEC to tackle sea lamprey control in Seneca Lake
» State promises to provide fracking documents by Nov. 3
Local Sports
NYS awards Watkins Glen International $2.25M
Some new state funding aims to give the Southern Tier an economic boost. One of the region's top projects includes improvements to Watkins Glen International.
» Schuyler high schools will look at football options
» Grand Prix committee looks at options
» WGI to repave track this summer
Local People and Places
Montezuma Audubon Center gets $100K donation
The Montezuma Audubon Center is the beneficiary of a $100,000 donation from Dr. Brewster C. Doust Jr. of Skaneateles.
» Watkins Glen man named to Rochester Diocese Committee
» TCAT Thanksgiving week service schedule
» Keuka Wine Trail kicks of holiday season
» Loving Fall in the Finger Lakes, while you still can
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