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Concerns around del Lago’s performance not worrying local officials

Concerns around del Lago’s performance not worrying local officials
When Moody’s Investors Services downgraded del Lago Resort & Casino’s ‘financial outlook’ — those in the region took notice. While it didn’t dampen the mood of last week’s one year anniversary at the $440 million facility, which employs more than 1,200 people — concerns over financial stability were raised. del Lago was expected to ramp up to about $250 million... more

KEUKA CANDY: A sweet venture expanding beyond Penn Yan

KEUKA CANDY: A sweet venture expanding beyond Penn Yan
The Keuka Candy Emporium recently moved to a new space in Penn Yan. The candy store was able to expand during the month of December through their move from 17 Main Street to 131 Main Street, where Lowns was located. Keuka Candy offers a variety of candies, from international to retro and handmade. They encourage guests to get nostalgic by... more

‘We’ll go on’: The Wolfs say they’ll ‘be fine’ after devastating fire

‘We’ll go on’: The Wolfs say they’ll ‘be fine’ after devastating fire
For years, Doris and Walter Wolf have devoted much of their time and energy to helping others in the Waterloo and Seneca County areas. Walter has been limited somewhat by dementia, but Doris remains a “super volunteer,” as many call her, for a host of organizations. Now the community they’ve helped so much is looking to help them. The Wolfs... more

WEBER THIS WEEK: Marisa Rubé & Rachel Gregory of Safe Harbors of the Finger Lakes (podcast)

WEBER THIS WEEK: Marisa Rubé & Rachel Gregory of Safe Harbors of the Finger Lakes (podcast)
Marisa Rubé, executive director of Safe Harbors of the Finger Lakes is in-studio along with assistant director Rachel Gregory to talk about her organization that provides services, at no charge, for individuals, children, and families who have experienced sexual assault, sexual abuse, and interpersonal violence in Ontario, Seneca, and Yates Counties. . more

14 fire companies respond to Junius house fire

14 fire companies respond to Junius house fire
The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office says departments from three counties responded to a fire in Junius, which resulted in a historic home along the New York State Thruway to be called a ‘total loss’. The fire was reported at a two-story structure at 1229 Birdsey Road that is owned by Walter and Doris Wolf. Doris Wolf serves on over  a dozen... more

Whiskey Hill bridge over Thruway subject to public meeting in Tyre

Whiskey Hill bridge over Thruway subject to public meeting in Tyre
The Thruway Authority today announced that a public information meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, January 3rd, 2018 from 5:00 pm until 7:00 pm to discuss the bridge rehabilitation and safety improvement project to the bridge carrying Whiskey Hill Road (County Route 107) over the Thruway in the Town of Waterloo. The information session is being held at the Town of... more

Rochester pair arrested after Junius shoplifting incident

Rochester pair arrested after Junius shoplifting incident
The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports that on December 14th at approximately 1:05 pm deputies arrested two individuals after a Junius incident. Mackenzie C. McFarland, 24, of Rochester was charged with two counts of criminal possession of stolen property in the fifth degree, unlawful possession of marijuana and possession of burglar’s tools. It is alleged McFarland stole property from a... more

Plenty of good news in Tyre as del Lago enjoys second-best week

Plenty of good news in Tyre as del Lago enjoys second-best week
del Lago Resort & Casino in Tyre saw it’s second-best week since opening back in February over the long, holiday weekend. According to state filings, the week of Thanksgiving and Black Friday saw pre-tax revenue inside the casino sit at $3,532,995. It fell short of the best week ever by just a couple-hundred thousand dollars. The casino’s 14 poker tables... more

del Lago boosted Thruway traffic, tourism in Seneca County

del Lago boosted Thruway traffic, tourism in Seneca County
When del Lago Resort & Casino was proposed, it was billed as a ‘gateway’ to the region. It’s a mantra shared by Seneca County’s lead tourism agency, the Chamber of Commerce. The placement of the casino next to Exit 41 from the New York State Thruway was intentional, feeding off of a central location in the state. Now, del Lago... more

Plenty of good news in Tyre as del Lago enjoys second-best week

Plenty of good news in Tyre as del Lago enjoys second-best week
del Lago Resort & Casino in Tyre saw it’s second-best week since opening back in February over the long, holiday weekend. According to state filings, the week of Thanksgiving and Black Friday saw pre-tax revenue inside the casino sit at $3,532,995. It fell short of the best week ever by just a couple-hundred thousand dollars. The casino’s 14 poker tables... more

del Lago boosted Thruway traffic, tourism in Seneca County

del Lago boosted Thruway traffic, tourism in Seneca County
When del Lago Resort & Casino was proposed, it was billed as a ‘gateway’ to the region. It’s a mantra shared by Seneca County’s lead tourism agency, the Chamber of Commerce. The placement of the casino next to Exit 41 from the New York State Thruway was intentional, feeding off of a central location in the state. Now, del Lago... more

del Lago boosted Thruway traffic, tourism in Seneca County

del Lago boosted Thruway traffic, tourism in Seneca County
When del Lago Resort & Casino was proposed, it was billed as a ‘gateway’ to the region. It’s a mantra shared by Seneca County’s lead tourism agency, the Chamber of Commerce. The placement of the casino next to Exit 41 from the New York State Thruway was intentional, feeding off of a central location in the state. Now, del Lago... more

Plenty of good news in Tyre as del Lago enjoys second-best week

Plenty of good news in Tyre as del Lago enjoys second-best week
del Lago Resort & Casino in Tyre saw it’s second-best week since opening back in February over the long, holiday weekend. According to state filings, the week of Thanksgiving and Black Friday saw pre-tax revenue inside the casino sit at $3,532,995. It fell short of the best week ever by just a couple-hundred thousand dollars. The casino’s 14 poker tables... more

Editor’s Note: Answering questions posed by Seneca Falls residents

Editor’s Note: Answering questions posed by Seneca Falls residents
Last week the Seneca Falls Town Board took a vote, which would nearly-double the tax rate for Town residents. That means, minimally, anyone living in Seneca Falls would see a tax hike of ‘several’ hundred dollars — depending on the assessed value of the property. We’ve received, heard, and read a lot of questions from residents in Seneca Falls, as... more

Seneca County completes ‘Public Works’ transition by hiring director

Seneca County completes ‘Public Works’ transition by hiring director
The supervisors didn’t make it easy, but eventually they moved to hire a new employee who will serve as the Seneca County Director of Public Works. Originally listed under a Rule 29 proceeding, the board instead moved to handle the resolution adopting the position under new business. On Monday, eight members of the board met – asking the candidate, who... more
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