SENECA FALLS –– A draft scoping document and environmental impact statement submitted by Seneca Meadows Inc. for a proposed infill expansion makes no mention of a town local law requiring the Salcman Road landfill to close in 2025.
SENECA FALLS — After going virtual the last two years due to the covid pandemic, the annual Convention Days celebration in the Birthplace of the Women’s Rights Movement will return to an in-person event July 15-17.
SENECA FALLS — The National Women’s Hall of Fame has announced the schedule for its three-day community celebration in recognition of the 2021-22 induction class.
SENECA FALLS — The Geneva Women’s Assembly and the Party for Socialism and Liberation, Finger Lakes Branch, have called an emergency rally in the Birthplace of the Women’s Rights Movement.
SENECA FALLS — The Seneca County Arts Council’s Art Works Gallery is excepting entrants in its two and three-dimensional art and photography summer show. The show will run from July 15 through Aug. 13 at the Art Works Gallery, 109 Fall St., downtown Seneca Falls. The opening reception is Fri…
SENECA FALLS — A Seneca Falls Town Court jury has found a Fayette man innocent of assault, but guilty of criminal trespass, in connection with a February 2020 disturbance on Cayuga Nation property along Route 89.
NIAGARA FALLS — Jared Hartwell, of Seneca Falls, was named to Niagara University’s Dean’s List for the spring 2022 semester.
SENECA FALLS — After a two-year break due to Covid concerns, the Finger Lakes East Area of the New York State Association of Family and Consumer Science Educators held its celebration dinner recently. Retired and current Family and Consumer Science teachers from area schools attended the eve…
POTSDAM — Sydney Sandroni of Seneca Falls, a sophomore majoring in engineering and management, was named a presidential scholar for the spring semester at Clarkson University.
SENECA FALLS — To say relations between the Cayuga Nation and Seneca County have been strained is an understatement.
The operative word in this week’s headline is “kind.” To explain it means starting near the end of this story.
SENECA FALLS — In September 2021, the Town Board voted not to opt out of the state’s new cannabis law that decriminalized the use and sale of certain amounts of marijuana.
After reading the Rev. Allison Stokes’ “Guest Appearance” (Times, May 21), we now must add one more title to her impressive resume: Fiction writer!
ROCHESTER — Three years after proclaiming his innocence in the death of his 3-year-old stepson and trying — unsuccessfully — to withdraw a guilty plea, a Seneca Falls man may get a trial after all.
SENECA FALLS — Voters in Seneca Falls and Seneca County will choose a representative in Congress not once but twice in the next six months.
SENECA FALLS — The induction of nine American women of achievement into the National Women’s Hall of Fame is a sellout.
WATERLOO — For the second time, the trial of a Seneca Falls man accused of injuring a passenger and himself in a drunk-driving crash has ended with a hung jury.
SENECA FALLS — Michelle Reed, this school district’s new superintendent, considers herself living proof of public education’s power.
While there is no information pointing to a specific threat, local police agencies are stepping up their presence at schools in response to the mass shooting in Texas.
SENECA FALLS — A local woman has been charged in connection with the recent arrest of a man subdued with a “beanbag shotgun.”
SENECA FALLS — Town police used a new “beanbag shotgun” to end a bizarre and sometimes tense situation Sunday — and a local man is now facing numerous charges.
SENECA FALLS — Following an investigation of about two weeks, town police arrested a Syracuse man with local ties for an alleged shooting incident.
SENECA FALLS — Town police have charged a Syracuse man with attempted murder for an alleged shooting incident earlier this month.
WATERLOO — Cayuga Nation spokeswoman Maria Stagliano told the Seneca County Board of Supervisors Tuesday that Clint Halftown and the Cayuga Nation Council are the legitimate governing body of the Seneca Falls-based tribe.
SENECA FALLS — This Seneca County school district has hired a woman with 20+ years in public education as its next superintendent.
SENECA FALLS — The Seneca Falls school district has selected its next superintendent.
SENECA FALLS — The life of a legendary local woman will be celebrated later this month.
CANANDAIGUA — When longtime Ontario County Sheriff Phil Povero came out of retirement last November in an interim role, he was faced with two big challenges: improving morale, and filling numerous vacancies when it came to deputies and corrections officers.
WATERLOO — A Seneca Falls woman arrested in a drug bust last year will be going to prison.
SENECA FALLS — As of Thursday, town officials were trying to determine the source of a strong odor believed to be emanating from a sewer line on Route 414.
SENECA FALLS — Residential and commercial properties in the town have not had their assessments updated since 2015.
SENECA FALLS — For the first time in 16 years, the Seneca Falls school board election will be contested.
SENECA FALLS — In what will amount to a switch of duties, the school board appointed Kevin Korzeniewski as the district’s new athletic director Wednesday.
SENECA FALLS — Stories reported by multiple media outlets, including the Times (April 9), have shed light on PFAS and new regulations being considered by the state and the lack of data since 2018.
WATERLOO — A Seneca Falls man will serve a short prison sentence for raping a minor last year.
SENECA FALLS — For decades prior to 1920, Geneva suffragists Elizabeth Smith Miller, Anne Fitzhugh Miller and others gathered at Fossenvue, a summer retreat on the west shore of Seneca Lake in Geneva. They went for recreation, relaxation and discussion of political and social reform, especia…
SENECA FALLS — The town’s police chief said his officers are getting no cooperation from three men allegedly involved in a stabbing Wednesday, including the victim.
Police agencies in Seneca County will be partnering with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and Seneca County Substance Abuse Coalition in the nationwide pharmaceutical collection event April 30.
SENECA FALLS — The Artworks Gallery will hold a Destination Painting Workshops on April 30 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. with Roberta Nelson at the Gallery located at 109 Fall St. in downtown Seneca Falls.
WATERLOO — The retrial of a Seneca Falls man accused of raping a minor began with jury selection Monday in Seneca County Court.
GENEVA — Nazareth College student Molly Pullen is hoping she’ll be assigned to an extra large dorm room for her sophomore year in 2022-23.
SENECA FALLS — David DeLelys lost his battle against cancer Jan. 16 at the age of 74. However, his lifetime of service to the community hasn’t been forgotten.
SENECA FALLS — The selection committee tasked with picking this Seneca County community’s first town manager has determined that none of the four applicants are the “right fit” for the job.
SENECA FALLS — In testing that took place four years ago, high levels of polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, and several related compounds were found in leachate originating from the Seneca Meadows and Ontario County landfills.
WATERLOO — The trial of a Seneca Falls man accused of injuring a passenger and himself in a drunk-driving crash nearly two years ago has ended with a hung jury.
SENECA FALLS — The Cayuga Nation is touting two recent federal court decisions.
SENECA FALLS — Seneca Meadows Inc.’s proposed 47-acre expansion “may have a significant adverse impact on the environment.”
SENECA FALLS — The Ulster County Resource Recovery Agency trucks its trash upstate to Seneca Meadows Inc., nearly 250 miles away. Officials there are aware of Local Law 3-2016 of Seneca Falls, which stipulates the landfill must close by the end of 2025, and have been discussing options shoul…
SENECA FALLS — Town police have arrested two people following a three-month investigation into allegations of a child being sexually abused.
SENECA FALLS — In a mass mailing to residents of northern Seneca County, Seneca Meadows Inc. officials are urging people to keep an “open mind” throughout the permitting process related to the landfill’s plan to expand into an infill area.