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Intimidating witness charge for Seneca Falls man
A 26-year-old Seneca Falls man was arrested on three separate occasions in a 36 hour period in crimes involving stolen bicycles, punching a female in the face in front of a child, and threatening two men with a tire iron on Green Street.
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» DWI after woman driving wrong way on 414
» Petition aims to force vote on new town hall
» Rally for Seneca County Casino Tonight
» Seneca Meadows rail spur dealt setback
» One hurt in Fayette kitchen fire
» Tyre Planning Board approves casino plan
» Geneva man charged with bad checks in Seneca Falls
» Seneca County Sheriff 2013 Annual Report
» TYRE: Public hearing set for Thursday
» Waterloo village taxes to go up almost 2 percent
» Seneca County Issues Record Number Of Pistol Permits
» Seneca Falls Police Beat for 4/16
» Judge's ruling brings rail spur rezoning back to beginning
» Homeowner burned while dousing kitchen fire
» Water, sewer districts get attention in Seneca County
» Geneva woman arrested on Seneca Co. warrant
» Village of Waterloo holds triple meetings tonight
» Suspicious vehicle in SF leads to three arrests
» Seneca County Police Beat for 4/14/14
» Seneca Supervisors committee schedule could change
» Seneca Co.Supervisors put jail project to bid
» Woman accused of theft takes plea deal
» Suspicious suitcase at Waterloo Premium Outlets
» Felony DWI charge for Waterloo man
» Waterloo man arrested with 68 baggies of heroin
» Hayssen: New Seneca manager's trial was a "witch hunt"
» Tyre planners review casino project
» DWI for Romulus man after runnning SF stop sign
» New Seneca County Manager Named
» Arguments delayed on motion to dismiss casino lawsuit
» Hearing In Tyre Casino Lawsuit Delayed
» New equipment may mean tax hike in Waterloo
» SFPD defibrillators purchased through donations
» Waterloo school-tax hike at 2.9 percent
» Sam Adams Tea Party starting up in Seneca Falls
» Seneca County hosting Drug Take-Back Day
» Uninsured Waterloo mobile home destroyed in fire
» Car-Pedestrian accident in Seneca Falls
» Extensive damage to both vehicles in two car SF crash
» SF pair charged taking bottles from D.A. Liquor
» Supervisors may approve jail renovation project
» Waterloo school board to discuss third draft of budget
» Seneca Falls Police Beat for 4/7
» Seneca supervisors make county manager pick
» Seneca Supervisors to interview potential county managers
» Depot redevelopment effort gets $600K boost
» Casino approval could mean Amish-Mennonite Exodus
Local Sports
Weber's take on the Fab Five HS Hoops picks
On Monday morning's Weber This Week show The Dog discusses the Finger Lakes Times' Fab Five local high school basketball awards and then discuss Bub...
» Waterloo advances in East High tournament
» Walker delivers for Penn Yan
» Section V softball teams to watch
» Fab 5 Co-Players of the Year: Deming & Vanderwall
» Coach of the Year: Damon Nicholson
» Aunkst powers Waterloo softball
» Fredendall hurls shutout to guide Waterloo
» GIRLS LACROSSE: Midlakes gets past Mynderse
» BOYS LAX: Blue Devils edge Midlakes
» GIRLS LAX: Indians get best of Devils
» BOYS LAX: Geneva finally plays its opener at W'loo
» FL Times interviews Romulus girls basketball coach
» Waterloo's Castle Player of the Week
» Eric Lorzenzetti talks golf on Weber show
» BASEBALL: Waterloo blanks Midlakes
» SOFTBALL: Waterloo rushes out of gate with victory
» Hilimire helps Mynderse outslug Penn Yan in East
» BOYS TENNIS: Big Green halt Devils’ streak
» BOYS LACROSSE: Indians double up Reds
» Romulus Lady Warriors head to Albany
» 2014 Boys Lacrosse Season Preview
» Romulus basketball team heads to Albany
» Waterloo girls lax tops Auburn to kick off season
» HS BOYS TENNIS: Mynderse wins opener
» BOYS LACROSSE: Blue Devils win opener
» GIRLS LACROSSE: Mynderse collects win No. 1
» GIRLS LACROSSE: Livonia tops Mynderse in opener
» Kenny congratulates the Romulus Lady Warriors
» Hoop stars to line up for Ronald McDonald House
» Romulus Warrior seniors go out on top
» Romulus caps perfect season as State Champs
» Romulus caps undefeated season with state title
» Romulus girls complete undefeated season with Class D title
» Selection Sunday on
» Romulus dominant in state semifinal win
» Romulus Girls Advance to Sunday's State Title Game
» Romulus at States: Preview & Media
» STATE FINAL FOUR: Warriors ready for anything
» Erica Nicholson played on last Romulus final four team
» Benefit for Megan Allen, local sprint car racer
» Meet Romulus' opponent for state semifinals
» Exceptional Senior Boys: Teams rain 3's; Sims nets winner
» Exceptional Senior Girls: Whitman's Brown sparks rally
» Romulus Lady Warriors go for a state title
» GOING THE DISTANCE: PIR roots spread far and wide
» Romulus rolls into state semifinals, 65-45
» Clyde-Savannah & Romulus on to states
» C-S & Romulus: The quest for state titles begins
» GIRLS BASKETBALL: Kings dethrone Indians
» Bishop Kearney downs Waterloo in Class B
Local People and Places
Waterloo pilates studio proving itself as a good fit
Most new businesses haul in the biggest pair of ceremonial scissors and the longest red ribbon they can find as fast as they can.
» Review of the Finger Lakes Tea Company
» WRNHP to celebrate National Park Week next week
» 2014 Celebrate-Commemorate 5k run info
» Update from Swinehart family: Transplant went well
» Why Should Feminists Care About Funerals?
» Things you would wish on your worst enemy
» Antonio Varacalli Day In Seneca Falls
» Informational Session on Seneca Army Depot
» WRNHP to Show Martin Luther King: I Have a Dream
» Officers honored for STOP-DWI efforts
» Varacalli Day 2014 Essay Contest Winners Announced
» 3,000 Eggs in Waterloo Easter Egg Hunt
» Volunteer firefighters needed in Recruit NY event
» Ladies: Flex Your Entrepreneurial Muscle
» Heroes parade will highlight Varacalli Day events
» Free boater safety classes in Senca Co
» Officers Recognized for Stop DWI efforts
» Cornell Ag Tech Park director to retire
» Waterloo couponer shares the saved wealth
» Seneca Falls Habitat for Humanity Home Gets Underway
» Work underway at Seneca Habitat worksite
» NY parks dept. urges caution for spring boaters
» Seneca County drug take back day
» New York Chiropractic College Holds Commencement
» BUSINESS OF THE WEEK: Ventosa Vineyards
» Seneca Falls Historical Society Annual Dinner on 4/11
» Antonina's secret house salad dressing revealed
» Wine & Herb Weekend on Cayuga Wine Trail
» FL Christian School wins stock market contest
» Fillmore's Little House That Could in Seneca Falls
» April Fool's Day pranks on The Sauce Pod
» Seneca Cayuga ARC to go blue for autism April 2
» Ovid fundraiser looks to rebuild with love
» Mynderse Academy will have a new principal
» College Heights Food Drive in Seneca Falls
» Webcast Replay: Spring Fashion Show at The Gould
» TLBD Fashion Show: Live From The Gould
» Finger Lakes Tea Company opens in Junius
» Antonio Varacalli's lifesaving effort to be commemorated
» Musical set for this weekend in Romulus
» Lake to Lake Girls: Do it yourself and save the cash
» Child safety seat check in Ovid on 4/5
» Snow Mower: The Sauce Pod Episode #141
» Brewery or Cidery startup workshop in Waterloo
» 44th annual Rural Urban Dinner on March 31
» Benefit Sunday for Victims of Ovid Fire
» Waterloo native competes in first half-marathon
» Seneca Falls event supports women in the modern workplace
» Will Rieslings always reign in Finger Lakes?
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