The clock is ticking for legislators in New York State to do something about the housing crisis that has been brought on by the Coronavirus Pandemic.
The Coronavirus Pandemic has created a difficult scenario for housing advocates and landlords alike. On one hand, renters are dealing with the economic fallout of it—having to choose between essentials. On the other hand, landlords are dealing with costs that are stacking up and a mandate to…
It was a stunning loss that came out of nowhere for officials in Seneca County. Empire Farm Days had been hosted by Rodman Lott & Sons Farm in Seneca Falls for more than three decades, but new owners, Lee Newspapers Inc., announced last week that the annual three-day farm and agriculture…
The Seneca County Industrial Development Agency was well-represented at the Sept. 22 Board of Supervisors’ Government Operations meeting, which was held at the County Office Building.
Election officials in Seneca County are gearing up for a busy October and November. In addition to early-voting the duo charged with making sure Seneca’s vote is pulled off successfully will have to navigate more absentee ballots.
The Seneca County Health Department confirmed Sept. 15 that an employee of Wolffy’s Grill and Marina, located at 2943 Lower Lake Rd., Seneca Falls, has tested positive for COVID-19.
Last week it was all about rallying for jobs stuck in furlough at del Lago Resort & Casino, as well as other commercial gaming facilities around New York. A week later, the same day another rally was planned in Seneca, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that commercial casinos would be allo…
Last week the Seneca County Board of Supervisors moved forward with a new policy for businesses accused of violating various COVID-mandates handed down by New York State.
The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reported that on Saturday, Aug. 22, at approximately 4:14 p.m., deputies responded to the intersection of Halls Corners Road and Arden Road in the Town of Covert for the report of a motor vehicle accident involving an all terrain vehicle and a passenger vehicle.
How many complaints has Seneca County actually received about local businesses not complying with Coronavirus Pandemic restrictions handed down by New York State?
Last week the Seneca County Health Department thanked residents and businesses for complying with state mandates rolled out during the coronavirus pandemic.
For communities like Seneca County, being lumped into the “Greater Rochester” region is often a point of contention.
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.