At the end of last week, public health officials in Seneca County were warning residents about a potential novel coronavirus exposure at two auctions in the town of Romulus.
On more than one occasion in this newspaper the uniqueness of downtown Ovid has been reported. It has a grocery store in the Big M, locally owned and operated; The Three Bears Complex, historic as it is an important local landmark; and The Edith B. Ford Memorial Library, which serves as a ce…
Norm Ridley has combined his passion for the outdoors and hunting with a desire to help the community. And this year, an education course became even more valuable as the hunting education course required by New York State went digital for the first time ever.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. Census Bureau has extended the 2020 count deadline from the end of July to Oct. 31.
May was Mental Health Awareness Month, and while many of us worked from home, or dealt with significant life changes brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, more than ever, it was an opportunity for people to think about the impact that a lack of social connectivity could have on individuals…
South Seneca Central School District Superintendent Steve Zielinski said his team is considering all options, as it pertains to their high school graduation ceremony.
Over the last several weeks, the Small Business Administration has led the charge issuing hundreds-of-billions in loans for small businesses across the region.
Public health officials in Seneca County are concerned that there is a level of complacency returning among residents as parts of the economy reopened.
Later this month, the Republican Primary to find a candidate for the fall election in New York State Assembly's 131st District will be held despite the coronavirus pandemic.
The Seneca County Public Health Department reported another positive case of COVID-19 on May 22, bringing the county's total up to 40.
Last month Finger Lakes Community College announced an expansion of workforce development offerings during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Seneca County Board of Supervisors approved a move at its April 28 meeting to make a significant monetary contribution to local food banks, which have seen an uptick in use since the pandemic left thousands without work and significant economic uncertainty.
The South Seneca Central School District faces some very serious, very real concerns as it moves forward. It is working through unusual circumstances, building out programs that have not existed before. They are also doing it through the lens of looking forward – at how K-12 education might …
It was a busy week in the world of COVID-19 response in Seneca County.
In her April 20 report, Tioga County Legislative Chairwoman Martha Sauerbrey announced that a fourth individual has passed away from COVID-19.