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Toddler witnessed fight between mom and dad in car
A Romulus couple was arrested Thursday afternoon for engaging in a physical altercation inside a vehicle while traveling through Geneva on Route 14.
» FLX Weekly w/ Jessica Lahr: Holiday Weekend Edition
» Clay mine opponents file new Article 78
» Seneca Falls man arrested after domestic dispute
» Geneva man arrested after fight in front of a child
» Lodi joins opposition to Crestwood LPG plan
» Romulus voters approve school budget and two propositions
» Waterloo town board OKs municipal water line for 28 homes
» Cayuga Indian Nation approached $2M in unpaid taxes
» Overwhelmed at Willard for the annual asylum tour
» Ovid man jailed for unpaid child support
» Sodus man jailed after failing to appear in court
» Syracuse woman arrested in Seneca County
» Seneca Falls man arrested for DWI
» FLX Weekly: Baldwins in Auburn & updates at The Gould
» Geneva woman arrested after violating probation
» Bench Warrant arrest in Seneca Falls
» Geneva woman arrested on bench warrant
» Tempers flare as Seneca County water, sewer boards abolished
» Seneca County heroin overdose case dropped
» Waterloo woman arrested for DWI
» Seneca Falls man charged with DWI
» Man pleads guilty to starting fight at Seneca County jail
» Clifton Springs man charged with AUO
» Seneca Falls PD arrests man for Criminal Contempt
» Uninsured home in Seneca Falls damaged by fire
» Seneca Falls GOP committee seeking candidates
» Seneca County Courthouse project groundbreaking set
» Tyre plans public hearings on local laws
» Police called to Sunday morning domestic in Waterloo
» Seneca County driver charged after crash in Hopewell
» Seneca Co. inmate assaulted another inmate
» Aggravated DWI charge for New Jersey man in Seneca Falls
» Inmate in Romulus charged with assault
» Hole in depot fence has been repaired
» Last chance to ask questions about Waterloo school budget
» Decision on Seneca County water, sewer district could come Tuesday
» FLX Weekly: Summer temps, top clicks & Country Ewe
» Waterloo man breaks window, stabs a wall during domestic
» Coyote kills family dog in Seneca Falls backyard
» Concerned Citizens of Seneca Co. object to $3K escrow
» SF board takes no action on highway superintendent salary
» Corrections request forces delay of Seneca Falls municipal building bids
» Cornell students to present plans for Magee
» Lyons man charged with marijuana possession in SF
» Seneca Falls made violated terms of conditional sentence
» Police: Coyote kills dog in backyard of Seneca Falls home
» Forged inspection sticker charge for Seneca Falls driver
» Unlicensed Newark woman charged with DWI
» 17-year-old charged after hitting student at Mynderse
» Seneca Falls woman violates pre-trial release terms
Local Sports
BOYS TENNIS: Eagles sweep past Indians
The Midlakes boys tennis team began the 2015 Section V Class B tournament with a comfortable 5-0 win over fellow Finger Lakes foe Waterloo Monday.
» AREA ROUNDUP: Bloomfield softball advances to quarterfinals
» Seneca Falls Little League week #4 report
» AREA ROUNDUP: Golf Sectionals held at Ridgemont
» HS SOFTBALL: Romulus clinches Finger Lakes West title
» HS BASEBALL: Red cap regular season with win
» FLX Golf Calendar
» HS GIRLS LACROSSE: Mynderse earns huge overtime victory
» HS GOLF: DeSain headlines area golf contingent at sectionals
» HS TRACK AND FIELD: Records fall at Marionn Invy
» GIRLS LAX: Mapstone’s 3 goals push Devils to 4-3 win
» BASEBALL: Indians clinch tie for crown
» SOFTBALL: FL West title chase tightens up
» BOYS LACROSSE: Blue Panthers stop Blue Devils on road
» AREA ROUNDUP: State Qualifiers held in Webster
» On Senior Day, Mynderse remembers Freddy Morganti III
» TRACK AND FIELD: Clyde-Savannah finds way past Waterloo
» Finger Lakes Barrel Racing begins Friday at Seneca Fairgrounds
» BOYS LACROSSE: Indians break skid
» SOFTBALL: Blue Devils start hot
» GIRLS LACROSSE: Mynderse cruises to win
» FL Golfer Pod: Aim Point Golf & Adidas Adicross
» SOFTBALL: Mynderse, Geneva softball teams post 1-3 marks
» GIRLS LACROSSE: Waterloo clinches fourth straight FL II title
» BOYS LACROSSE: Pride hold off Blue Devils
» BASEBALL: Karlsen's hit caps Falcons comeback
» Seneca Falls Little League week #3 report
» LAX: Pal-Mac tops Waterloo on Thursday (photos)
» TENNIS: Devils respond after 1st setback
» SOFTBALL: Panthers hold off Indians
» SOFTBALL: Falcons hand Warriors first loss of season
» GIRLS LACROSSE: Indians slip by Eagles
» Seneca Falls Little League week #2 report
» BOYS LACROSSE: Waterloo uses ground game to triumph
» SOFTBALL: Indians topple PY
» Generations & Seneca Meadows support SF Little League
» High school lacrosse 4/25: Highlights
» BOYS TENNIS: Mynderse clips Honeoye
» GIRLS LACROSSE: Panthers end drought vs. Waterloo
» SOFTBALL: Falcons stun Big Green with late rally
» FLX Golfer: USGA Bogey Rating &
» Dave Barnick talks Boeheim, NBA playoffs & Mets baseball
» Seneca Falls Little League week #1 report
» HS BASEBALL: Waterloo's bats come alive in win
» BOYS LACROSSE: Indians prevail in OT
» SOFTBALL: Romulus’ John pitches Warriors to FL West win
» BOYS LACROSSE: Waterloo earns first victory
» SOFTBALL: Scots post late rally to top Falcons
» Baseball-Mittiga delivers for Waterloo
» BOYS TENNIS: Mynderse, Marcus Whitman remain perfect
» FL Golfer: Fear of short putts & GPS shot tracking
Local People and Places
Summer cook off at Celebrate Commemorate
Do your family and friends always tell you make the best burger in town? Have you always thought your Moms macaroni salad recipe is better than your...
» FLX tourism brochure exchange draws record participation
» Enjoy cars, cars, cars at Celebrate Commemorate
» 5K race at Celebrate Commemorate
» Parade will kick off Waterloo celebration
» Veterans welcome at Sampson service
» Thousands try to check into Willard Asylum tour
» Decorated veteran to speak at Memorial Day breakfast
» Change sought for highway job
» Willard's digger of 1,500 graves gets his due
» Pageant of Bands on Saturday in Seneca Falls
» Take a look inside the new Sauders in Seneca Falls
» New owner of The Mews hopes to reopen building
» Waterloo's Celebrate Commemorate Parade
» Volunteers needed for Habitat project
» Seneca Falls venues to host art, music, wine at ArtWalk
» Seneca Falls Pageant of Bands starts tonight
» Seneca Chamber's New Hire: Destination Marketing Manager
» Seneca Falls ArtWalk2015 set for Saturday
» Ann & Pat Sandroni appear on Healthy Cooking podcast
» Schoenackers honored with Welles Award in Waterloo
» Mother’s Day extra special for a Seneca Falls mother of seven
» Whatever happened to... Eisenhower College?
» Amy Cram receives NYS Woman of Distinction Award
» Local woman pens whodunit based in Waterloo, SF
» Call for Auditions - SCP to stage DeathTrap
» Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for R Dixon Gallery
» Senator Nozzolio honors Amy Cram
» Juneberry Production Workshop in Ovid
» Waterloo man, 60, earns high school diploma
» Mulch give-away at Seneca Meadows on May 16th
» St. Anthony's Fest trimmed to 2 days in Seneca Falls
» Jan Caraccilo on the history of Trinity Church in Seneca Falls
» Willard psych center tour proceeds to benefit day care
» Henry C Welles honor to be awarded to 'Dynamic Duo'
» Medal of Honor winner to speak at breakfast
» Former Seneca Falls resident produces feature film
» Cornell hosts 'Cooking Matters for Families'
» Waterloo Memorial Day weekend music lineup taking shape
» Healthy Cooking: Meet Chef Chris Kuhns of The Gould
» Seneca House of Concern 'Need to Feed Challenge'
» Thirty-eight graduate from NYCC
» Celebrate Commemorate 2015 in Waterloo
» Celebrate Commemorate Essay Contest
» Townwide brush pick-up scheduled in Seneca Falls
» Waterloo First Presbyterian to host dinner and jazz
» Waterloo bowling alley to expand next year
» Some funny 'Things' in SCP production
» Rotary contest encourages can/box food structures
» Young Professionals donate $2,900 to Trevor's Gift cause
» South Seneca HS hosts Comedy Hypnosis Show
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