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Waterloo school board fills vacancy with long-time member who didn’t seek re-election last spring

Following the resignation of Melissa Nicolini from the Waterloo Central School District Board of Education the vacancy has been filled. Officials said the last nine months of Nicolini’s term will be filled by Charles Bronson. He previously served six years on the ... MORE
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Waterloo man sent lewd photos to person he thought was 14-years-old

The Canandaigua Police Department reports the arrest of a 30-year-old after an investigation into lewd photos sent to a minor. Police say Ross Reynolds, 30, of Waterloo was charged with attempted dissemination of indicent material to a minor. He’s accused of having ... MORE
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Helming recognized by Marine Corps League Memorial Day Detachment 468

Senator Pam Helming was recognized by members of Marine Corps League Memorial Day Detachment 468 for her efforts to help make Sampson Veterans Memorial Cemetery the first New York State Veterans Cemetery. Memorial Day Detachment 468 partners with Senator Helming each year ... MORE
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Large fire under investigation at Hart Towing in Waterloo (video)

First responders say the commercial fire at Hart Towing in Waterloo along 5&20 on Tuesday resulted in significant damage. The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reported hours after the blaze was brought under control that the business was fully engulfed when first responders ... MORE
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Seneca Falls driver sent to hospital after two-car crash at Rt. 96, Brewer Rd.

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports that on October 15 around 4:30 p.m. deputies responded to a two car crash at the intersection of State Route 96 and Brewer Road in Waterloo. A vehicle operated by Stacey Remillard, 52, of Andover was ... MORE
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Waterloo Volley for a Cure event raises $3,000

On Saturday, Waterloo High School held their annual “Waterloo Volley for a Cure” volleyball scrimmage tournament which was formerly known as Dig Pink. The first event started back in 2009 – last year Waterloo HS was unable to host due to the ... MORE
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DEC proposes end to hazardous waste cleanup at Evans Chemetics in Waterloo

After 20 years hazardous waste cleanup at Evans Chemetics on East Main Street could be coming to an end. The state Department of Environmental Conservation is proposing ‘no further action’ for the last portion of the overall cleanup project. The proposal will ... MORE
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State knocks Waterloo out of Downtown Revitalization Initiative contest: Another year without $10M prize

The village of Waterloo is not a finalist for New York State’s Downtown Revitalization Initiative. The $10 million prize is what communities like Waterloo have been after for years – as downtown investment remains slow and underwhelming. Among the changes and improvements ... MORE
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FLX WEEKLY: Seneca Lake Resorts Country BBQ Bash on the Lake (podcast)

Rick Newma, Marketing and Event Coordinator for Seneca Lake Resorts, n is in-studio to talk about this weekend’s live music event called “Seneca Lake Resorts Country BBQ Bash on the Lake”. An award winning country and classic rock band will perform and ... MORE
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Connie’s Diner in Waterloo will reopen Tuesday, Oct. 19 at 6 a.m.

Connie’s Diner in Waterloo will reopen this month after being closed since August. The reopening date will be Tuesday, Oct. 19 at 6 a.m. The fire was an electrical fire, resulting in the cause being accidental. Connie’s Diner temporarily condemned after weekend ... MORE
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Man arrested for welfare fraud in Waterloo

A man was arrested for committing welfare fraud in Seneca County. On Oct. 5, Seneca County Sheriff’s Investigators arrested Christopher Cooper, 38, with no permanent address. Cooper was charges with offering a false instrument for filing in the first degree and welfare ... MORE
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Seneca County House of Concern to reopen in former Waterloo Save-A-Lot building

The House of Concern is planning their grand reopening in the former Save-A-Lot store in Waterloo for Oct. 16 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Everything was packed and moved in September and the new location is double the size of the ... MORE
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Waterloo School Board expected to appoint new member Oct. 18

One of the interested parties for the open seat on the Waterloo Board of Education has withdrawn their name, leaving two candidates that were interviewed Tuesday. Melissa Marquart withdrew her name leaving Joe Sposato and Charles Bronson in the running. They were ... MORE
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FLX WEEKLY: Alicia DeVivi of Studio 119 & the first weekend of fall (podcast)

Alicia DeVivi, the owner of Studio 119, will be in-studio with Sydney Radka and Jim Sinicropi to talk about her story and the services she offers in her new downtown Waterloo location before we preview the first weekend of Autumn here in ... MORE
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Waterloo Board of Education plans to interview three individuals for the vacant position on the board

Three candidates are being interviewed to fill a vacant position on the Waterloo Board of Education. The original interview date was set for Monday evening but was cancelled and has yet to be rescheduled. Candidates include Joe Sposato, a retired teacher, athletic ... MORE
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Residents can purchase Firehouse Subs locally this week

If you’ve ever seen Firehouse Sub ads on TV and wished you could have one, now is your chance. There aren’t any locations in the area, but this week the Servern Fire Department in Border City on 5&20 will have a Firehouse ... MORE
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Finger Lakes Health announces their newest medical professional to Seneca Family Health

Finger Lakes Health is proud to welcome Jennifer Whitmore, MSN, ANP to Seneca Family Health Center, 367A East Main Street, Waterloo. She is joining the dedicated and talented team of primary care providers Sixto Medina, M.D., Eric Shives, M.D., Christina Gray, MSN, ... MORE
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Walkout organized by students at the Waterloo High School in protest against a staffer’s alleged comments

Waterloo High School students have gathered together to hold a peaceful protest outside of their high school. It began this morning, with students holding signs chanting “If she ain’t fired, we ain’t tired” and “What do we want? Change! When do we ... MORE