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THE MELISSA KILLELEAGH SHOW: Rev. Leah Ntuala & Rob Harding of The Citizen (podcast)

Rev. Leah Ntuala of First Presbyterian Church of Seneca Falls and The Citizen’s Online Director Rob Harding are in-studio with Melissa Killeleagh to talk about their career and life paths, people who have inspired them and finding themselves while helping others move through the world. Also, planning for the Women’s March in Seneca Falls on January 20, 2018. . more

Walworth Churches to help Hurricane victims with Hygiene/Emergency kits

We’ve all been glued to our televisions the past weeks and have watched in awe as we saw the destruction of the recent hurricanes in Texas and Florida. We have seen the impact on people’s lives – the flooding, the homes destroyed and lives permanently changed by the ferocious winds and water. We’ve seen the survivors crowded into shelters, emergency... more

Holy harassment? Church’s presence on downtown Auburn corner a divisive subject

The intersection of Genesee Street and Loop Road can be a busy one, but on Friday evenings, many steer clear of it for another reason. That’s when, for more than 20 years now, the members of Blessed Hope Baptist Church in Elbridge have stood on all four corners of the intersection. Toting signs with Bible passages, they try to strike... more

TRINITY CLOSURE A POSSIBILITY: City zoning board rejects request for use variance

Trinity Episcopal Church officials said a plan to redevelop the historic building into an inn, events center and restaurant was their only hope for keeping its doors open. That hope was dashed Tuesday night. The city Zoning Board of Appeals rejected Trinity’s application for a use variance following a nearly three-hour public hearing and a series of votes that were... more

Seneca Falls pastor to speak at event celebrating women’s history

Women TIES LLC, a woman-owned business promoting and supporting New York women for two decades, with a newly added “Women’s Equality Division,” is hosting a special Women’s History Month Celebration on International Women’s Day event. From 1:30 to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, March 8, at the Maplewood Extended Stay, 7th North St., Women TIES “International Women’s Day and Women’s History... more

St. Francis-St. Stephen’s begins year with 4 new teachers

Eleven people were arrested during a welfare fraud crackdown conducted by the Seneca County Sheriff’s Office. In their monthly “snapshot” for August, Sheriff Tim Luce and Undersheriff John Cleere said the sting start at the end of July and continued throughout August. The crackdown resulted in 37 charges — most of them felonies — for welfare fraud, making false statements,... more

United Ministry of Aurora to host ‘End of Life’ meetings

United Ministry of Aurora to host ‘End of Life’ meetings
The United Ministry of Aurora is sponsoring a series of meetings addressing questions older citizens may have about their legal, medical and spiritual options concerning “End of Life.” Our first meeting will be Tuesday, December 15 at 6:30 in the church social room to address the legal aspect. Representatives of the law firm Karpinski, Stapleton & Tehan PC, members of... more