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Mynderse stays unbeaten in Syracuse; Shaulis triple-double lifts South Seneca over Newark (W-FL round-up 12/29)

No rest for Kevin Korzeniewski and the Mynderse Academy Blue Devils boys varsity basketball team. Thursday night they defeated Clyde-Savannah 73-72. Friday night they were on the bus heading east on the Thruway to face Syracuse Academy of Science as part of a showcase at Onondaga Community College. Mynderse would head back home winners and remain undefeated after a 52-49... more

Beverly Animal Shelter Pets of the Week: End of the year with Happy Tails

The end of the old year is a time for celebration at the Beverly Animal Shelter. It is a time to celebrate the successful adoptions of the past, the “Happy Tails” of BAS. Sometimes, simply dropping by the Shelter for a visit will lead you to the perfect pet. LILLY Puggle (Pug/Beagle mix) Lilly was surrendered when her owner could... more

BURNING UP: Residents voice concerns about $365M proposal in Romulus

There wasn’t anything on the Romulus Town Board agenda that interested residents like the $365 million incineration facility proposed for a portion of the former-Seneca Army Depot. Yet that project wasn’t even on the agenda. Since the Romulus Planning Board has final, and most-say in the matter, according to officials at all levels – it’s a decision that Romulus Town... more

Beverly Animal Shelter Pets of the Week: Hunks of kitty for the New Year

With the upcoming New Year ’s Eve, some of You ladies may be looking for a new man in the New Year… Maybe a strong hunk who likes to cuddle? Well the Beverly Animal Shelter has some of the cuddliest hunks around. Just check out these guys! HOBART Big brown tiger, Hobart is an unclaimed stray from Seneca Falls. He... more

INSIDE THE FLX: Reporter Peter Mantius talks local headlines, changes in the news business (podcast)

How does a newspaper veteran with history and experience in Atlanta and the New York City-area get involved with covering some of the most-controversial topics in the Finger Lakes? For Peter Mantius, it started with a move to Watkins Glen. He moved to Watkins Glen from Long Island, where he ran a couple business publications. Most of his career was... more

ER beats Lyons; South Seneca girls down rival Romulus (W-FL round-up 12/19)

With Christmas break fast approaching, Wayne-Finger Lakes boys and girls basketball teams are positioning themselves in league standings prior to taking a few days off an heading to holiday tournaments and showcases next week. Tuesday night’s line-up of games featured a pair of cross-town rivalry games in Seneca County and a huge match-up at the top of the Wayne County... more

Clyde-Savannah escapes ER; Romulus boys edge South Seneca (W-FL round-up 12/18)

Dru Carnevale hit a deep three-pointer from 23 feet with just under 30 seconds left in the fourth quarter to give the Golden Eagles a 2 point lead over East Rochester on Monday night. Then , with about 12 seconds left, Matt Cicero scored on a right-handed lay-up and was fouled. The senior would miss the ensuing free-throw and John Lexer... more

Sheriff: Prisoner possessed marijuana during shakedown

Seneca County Sheriff Tim Luce reports the arrest of a Seneca County Correctional Facility prisoner for promoting prison contraband. Luce says Tyler J. Lambert, 20, was charged with second-degree promoting prison contraband and unlawful possession of marijuana. He is accused of possessing marijuana and a lighter on December 10th while incarcerated at the facility. This incident was due to a... more

Deputies: Romulus man was drunk during crash

On December 13th around 8:20 pm, Seneca County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a motor vehicle accident on Bromka Road near Log City Road. The vehicle’s operator, Daniel M. Barton, 53, of Romulus was eastbound on Bromka Road when he crashed into the ditch. Upon further investigation Deputies determined that Barton was intoxicated, and was arrested for DWI. Sheriff’s Deputies issued... more

Supervisors question Romulus incinerator, send waste disposal law back to committee

The Seneca County Board of Supervisors did not want to move forward with a resolution proposed by outgoing, at-large Seneca Falls Supervisor Steve Churchill. The room was packed Tuesday with residents and business owners from throughout the region voicing opposition to Circular EnerG’s waste-to-energy incinerator proposal. Many of those who spoke also voiced support for a resolution before the Board... more

Geitner’s 50 points lift Bloomfield over Honeoye in 2 OT thriller (W-FL round-up 12/12)

It took 2 overtimes on Tuesday night but the Bloomfield Bombers survived a trip to Honeoye to escape with a 101-99 win in the most exciting game of the year in the Wayne-Finger Lakes. Bloomfield senior Patrick Geitner exploded for nearly half of his team’s output ending with an incredible 50 points. Even more impressive, just 6 of the 50... more

Depot subdivision on Seneca County Planning Board agenda

The Seneca County Planning Board Thursday will review a proposed subdivision of 74.5 acres of land at the former Seneca Army Depot. The county Industrial Development Agency is planning to subdivide the parcel prior to transferring the land to Earl Martin as the location of his Seneca Iron Works manufacturing operation, now in Fayette. The land would be split off... more

Lyons, Naples boys win; Bloomfield girls on a roll (W-FL round-up 12/9/)

The Bloomfield girls basketball team improved to 4-0 on Saturday night with a 52-36 win over Lyons in an inter-league match-up. Braelin Scott led the Bombers with her 4th double-double of the season finishing with 11 points and 16 rebounds. Jessie Sheehan added 15 rebounds in the win, Lyons was led by Adrianna Kemp with 17 points and 8 rebounds... more
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