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A team of corrections officers at the Seneca County Correctional Facility raised more than $6,500 for Special Olympics during a recent event at Highmark Stadium, home of the Buffalo Bills.

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While Mama Bear, the second-largest building at The Three Bears Complex in Ovid, has received the most attention related to change and growth, Papa Bear has been quietly improving since the start of the pandemic.

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After the Seneca County Board of Supervisors disagreed about how it should proceed with the Cayuga Nation and its debris-littered properties on the east side of State Route 89 in Seneca Falls, leadership has moved to go ahead with cleanup without the blessing of town or county officials.

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Sampson Veterans Memorial Cemetery might have been at an advantage in the state’s selection process for designation as New York’s first veterans cemetery, but it was never a guarantee. Local officials echoed that sentiment, and spoke to the 15 year effort that went into developing, opening, …

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There is a strong desire within the public health department to ensure every Seneca County resident is vaccinated against COVID-19. While the pandemic has felt like a monumental period of time for so many, Seneca County Public Health Director Vickie Swinehart said, at a meeting last week, th…

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It looked like Sue Cirencione, who owns and runs the Big M grocery store in downtown Ovid, was going to be the next member of the Seneca County Industrial Development Agency Board of Directors.?

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Alexandra Ackerman is a teacher in the South Seneca Central School District. She can still recall her first Syracuse Crunch game back in 2004. That is when she started going to watch the local AHL affiliate, starting a lifelong journey from fan, to sportswriter, to podcaster.

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Even though progress is being made on the pandemic with more people being vaccinated by the day- schools remain in a state of flux. Each district has a different approach, and the hope of seeing “normal” this academic year is slipping away.

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The long-term health of Seneca Lake is crucial. Not only for maintaining the region’s drinking water supply- but also for the sake of tourism and agriculture. Later this month, a farming symposium will focus on what’s known as Payment for Ecosystem Services and Carbon Capture Programs, which…