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Teen faces felony charges after evading police, crashing into tractor-trailer in Seneca County

A teen accused of stealing a vehicle and crash it into the back of a tractor-trailer is facing criminal charges. The crash, which happened near Exit 41 of the New York State Thruway in the town of Junius along a busy stretch ... MORE
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Environmental issues discovered in former Magee Volunteer Fire Department properties

The town of Tyre will have to conduct environmental studies on two properties that formerly belonged to the Magee Volunteer Fire Department. The Finger Lakes Times reports that environmental issues have been found with the two properties since a court ordered the ... MORE
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The Seneca Falls Historical Society announces new Education Director

The Seneca Falls Historical Society announces the retirement of Executive Director Christopher Podzuweit. Chris has been with the Historical Society since March of 2019, after serving as Executive Director of the Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry. His love for the museum ... MORE
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Seneca Falls man charged after domestic incident

Police say a Seneca Falls man was arrested following a domestic incident. According to a news release, the Seneca Falls Police Department arrested Eric J. Sullivan, 48, of Seneca Falls for harassment. It was determined that Sullivan had subjected the victim to ... MORE
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Early voting underway for first of two primaries, when and where do I vote?

Early voting is underway in New York for the first of this year’s two primary elections. The June 28 primary features races for Governor, Lt. Governor, Assembly, and local positions. Only voters enrolled in political parties are eligible to vote in that ... MORE
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2022 Seneca Falls Music in the Park series

The Seneca Falls Heritage and Tourism Center is back with another great summer music lineup for their Music in the Park series. Everyone is invited to bring their lawn chairs and blankets down to People’s Park at 35 Water Street in Seneca ... MORE
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Taylor-Brown Auxiliary makes donation

On Friday, May 20, Linda Quackenbush, President of the Taylor-Brown Auxiliary, presented a check for $5000 to Debbie Lockett, Assistant Administrator of the Huntington Living Center, at the group’s monthly luncheon meeting at Ciccino’s in Waterloo.  The donation will be used to ... MORE
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Cayuga Nation will open casino, cannabis dispensary in Seneca Falls

The Cayuga Nation is building a casino in Seneca Falls. Finger Lakes Daily News reports that Cayuga Nation spokesperson Maria Stagliano confirmed the plans last week. The Nation currently operates a casino in Union Springs, Cayuga County. Stagliano addressed the Board of ... MORE
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What’s next for Willard Drug Treatment, Butler Correctional facilities?

State Senator Pam Helming is seeking local residents’ input as two former correctional facilities are eyed by the state for redevelopment. The Butler Correctional Facility in Wayne County, which has been closed for several years, as well as the Willard Drug Treatment ... MORE
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Seneca Falls man arrested after Miller St. crash

Police arrested a Seneca Falls man following a property damage crash on Miller Street. According to a news release, the Seneca Falls Police Department arrested Cody A. Chase, 29, of Seneca Falls for driving while intoxicated. Police were called to Miller Street ... MORE
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Geneva man cited during traffic stop

Police arrested a Geneva man following a traffic stop on Saturday. According to a news release, the Seneca Falls Police Department cited Andrew Hernandez, 32, of Geneva for operating a suspended vehicle. During the investigation, it was determined that the vehicle was ... MORE
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The Historic Route 20 Association Inc., announces relocation to Seneca Falls

The Historic Route 20 Association Inc., (Historic Route 20) is pleased to announce its relocation to Seneca Falls in the Finger Lakes Region of New York State. The nonprofit aims to raise the profiles of the communities along the original 1926 alignments ... MORE
Planned Parenthood of Central and Western NY expanding in anticipation of Roe V. Wade overturn

Planned Parenthood of Central and Western NY expanding in anticipation of Roe V. Wade overturn (video)

Michelle Casey is the president and CEO of Planned Parenthood of Central and Western New York. “I’ve been here for six years and my focus has really been on access to care for the people who live in our 18-county region and ... MORE
Campers react to impending sale of Babcock-Hovey BSA property

Scouting community reacts to impending sale of Camp Babcock-Hovey in Ovid (video)

While efforts to save a Boy Scouts camp in Ovid fell short, local campers are devastated by the announced sale. The 300-acre property along Seneca Lake is for sale, according to the Seneca Waterways Council. The camp includes waterfront access, hiking trails, ... MORE
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Why are stores like Wegmans, Tops, and Walmart accepting less cash in self-checkout lanes?

The reason why self-checkout lines at stores like Wegmans, Tops, and even Walmart don’t accept cash is because of efficiency. Customer habit plays a significant role, too. News10NBC looked into this question: Why do so many self-checkout lanes at grocery stores across ... MORE
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Seneca Falls woman charged with DWAI after complaint from a local business

A Seneca Falls woman was arrested following a complaint from a local business. According to a news release, the Seneca Falls Police Department arrested Katelyn Carlsen-Veeder, 22, of Seneca Falls for driving while ability impaired by drugs. Police responded to a complaint ... MORE
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SEVERE STORMS: Clean up begins after damaging winds rip through Finger Lakes (full coverage)

Severe thunderstorms are now expected to develop over the next 2-3 hours across much of the Finger Lakes and Central New York. The biggest threats with these storms will be damaging winds, hail, and prolific lightning. The atmospheric conditions have prompted the ... MORE
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Democrats, Republicans unite against Greenidge: Supervisors, party leaders ask for Hochul to deny air permit immediately

Party leaders and elected officials in Seneca County are taking a stand against Greenidge Generation. In a letter to Governor Kathy Hochul and Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Basil Seggos, the supervisors outlined their concern about ‘lack of action’ in delaying deadlines ... MORE