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Auburn police issue 4th of July safety reminder

July 4th weekend is here and the Auburn Police Department wants the people of Auburn to enjoy a happy and safe 4th of July. Many people enjoy time with family to celebrate Independence Day. Leading up to and for weeks after many individuals purchase ... MORE
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Harriet Tubman statue to be displayed in Auburn for next two months

A statue honoring Underground Railroad leader Harriet Tubman has arrived in Auburn and will be on display through the end of August. The Citizen reports  “Harriet Tubman —The Journey to Freedom“ will be displayed at the Harriet Tubman home on South St., ... MORE
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Former Auburn Denny’s could become car wash

The former Denny’s in Auburn could be the home of a car wash. A developer is seeking to build a car wash on the site, according to The Citizen. The Auburn Planning Board will review a site plan by New Potato Creek ... MORE
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Woman flees from police with 10-year-old child in vehicle

Police arrested a motorist after a pursuit through Cayuga and Tompkins County. According to a news release, the Cayuga County Sheriff’s Office arrested Christina M. Deuel, 44, for reckless endangerment, endangering the welfare of a child, and fleeing an officer in a ... MORE
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New York’s longest serving inmate won’t be released in Auburn: Wife says nursing home, then VA Hospital for ailing 89-year-old

New York’s longest serving inmate won’t live in Auburn, despite his pending release and ties to the community. James Moore, 89, has been granted parole after a crime that took place decades ago. Moore was convicted of strangling and raping a teenager ... MORE
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One arrested after shots fired in Sempronius

Troopers arrested a Syracuse man following a report of shots fired. According to a news release, State Police in Auburn arrested Joshua Pena, 23, of Syracuse for criminal possession of a weapon. State Police responded to a shots fired call in the ... MORE
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State Police arrest Auburn woman for driving while intoxicated

An Auburn woman was arrested after report of a property damage accident. According to a news release, State Police arrested Ashley S. Bench, 40, of Auburn for driving while intoxicated. Troopers responded to a property damage accident on Willow Brook Road in ... MORE
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Preservation League touts benefits of historic preservation to Auburn City Council

At its meeting last week, the Auburn City Council heard from the Preservation League of New York State on its historic preservation efforts. Auburn City Clerk Chuck Mason says the city has one historic preservation district already.  The League says there ... MORE
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Police: Suspects sought after shooting at Auburn bar leaves worker with two gunshot wounds

Police in the city of Auburn are looking for the person responsible for a shooting that left a woman in her 20s critically injured. Around 2:28 a.m. on June 26, 2022 the Auburn Police Department was notified of a shooting at the ... MORE
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Cayuga Community College Alumni Association announce annual awards

Three graduates of Auburn/Cayuga Community College have been named Alumni Association Award recipients for 2022. They are Alisha Dymond Burnett ‘09, Jason Meyers ’16 and Nicholas Valenti ’66.  They, along with inductees from 2020 Lisa Chelenza ’92 and Hon. Timothy Rice ’77, ... MORE
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Summer Kicks off Saturday in downtown Auburn

Saturday marks the return of the Summer Saturday Markets in downtown Auburn. Auburn City Clerk Chuck Mason says the market is moving to a new location this year.  The rally will feature guest speakers. The theme for this week’s market is ... MORE
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INSIDE THE FLX: Auburn City Clerk Chuck Mason (podcast)

In our weekly City Council recap, we discuss a presentation by the Preservation League of New York State on the National Register of Historic Places and some Auburn neighborhoods that are eligible for inclusion and the return of the Summer Saturday Market ... MORE
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First FCSD students complete IT program at Cayuga Community College

This spring, 25 seniors from the Fulton City School District (FCSD) became the first students to complete a joint initiative at Cayuga Community College helping them earn credits toward a degree in information technology. Launched in 2018, the Early College High School ... MORE
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Rep. Katko says he will vote for bipartisan gun safety bill

U.S. Representative John Katko said on Wednesday that he will vote for the bipartisan gun safety bill once it is brought before the House for a vote. “It is my strong belief that this legislation represents a consensus approach to addressing the ... MORE
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Esports, Clay Target starting at Cayuga Community College in Fall 2022 semester

Cayuga Community College will field two new athletic teams in the Fall 2022 semester, including the first online athletic program in the College’s history. As part of the College’s continued effort to increase athletic offerings and student life opportunities, Cayuga will add ... MORE