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Seneca Falls Woman Arrested for Shoplifting

On Wednesday, October 27th, 2021, at 3:25 pm, the Town of Seneca Falls Police Department arrested Brandy K. Elliot, age 29, of Seneca Falls, NY following a larceny investigation at the Seneca Falls Tops. Elliot was observed to have exited the store with a shopping cart full of merchandise after having failed to render payment. Elliot was charged with one count of Petit Larceny, a Class A Misdemeanor. Elliot was processed and released on an appearance ticket scheduling. She is to appear in the Town of Seneca Falls Court at a later date to answer the charge.
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Linda Lee Stuber

FULTON – Linda Lee Stuber, 57, of Fulton, New York, passed away Wednesday, October 20, 2021. She was born in Fulton to Dr. Leon and Jacqueline Stuber and was a graduate of G. Ray Bodley High School in 1982 and a member of the National Honor Society. Linda was a graduate from Southern Seminary Junior College in Virginia and Meredith College in North Carolina. She received her B.S. degree in accounting and was employed as a Controller for Roma Foods Enterprises of Orlando, FL and FTS Office Supplies in Fulton.

These 4 exercises will help you get sleep

Some people can’t focus with things like yoga or meditation to sleep, and that’s okay. There are plenty of other healthy mind, body, and workout options to use instead, especially if getting physical helps. Try these 4 exercises to get better sleep at night. Walking is good for people that...

RealEats Raises Real Money-$16.3 Million

RealEats America- the Geneva weekly subscription meal delivery service company-announced this week it has raised $16.3 million dollars from a number of investors including the New York State Common Retirement Fund and GNC, the global health and wellness company. RealEats is in the process of moving from Geneva Enterprise Development...
Cornell Daily Sun

Eating Lavish on North: A Trial Lunch at Morrison Dining Hall

When you first see Morrison Dining Hall, you may ask yourself, “Am I at Cornell or Hyatt Regency?”. With the expansion of North Campus, some freshmen have had the privilege of enjoying the new gym and dorms. If you’re thinking,“Why is our tuition so expensive?” Now you know. But, before I give you a sneak peek of Morrison Dining Hall (which opens in Spring 2022), I want to offer some good news: you can have a hotel-quality lunch at Morrison every Thursday! So, if you feel like eating at an on-campus Shake Shack or Panera Bread, next Thursday is your chance.
Finger Lakes Times

OUTDOORS: Another successful Finger Lakes Regional Youth Deer Hunt in the books

The seventh annual Finger Lakes Regional Youth Deer Hunt was held Oct. 9-10 on part of the former Seneca Army Depot in Romulus, the spot that Deer Haven Park now calls home. Twenty-three youth hunters participated in the event, 15 of whom were 12 or 13 years old — thus benefiting from the change to the minimum hunting age enacted earlier this year.
Citizen Online

Gallery: Auburn hosts New York State Weightlifting Championships

Competitors gathered from all over New York state on Saturday to partake in the New York State Weightlifting Championships at the Auburn Holiday Inn. The event, hosted by Swagler Strength and Performance, included several divisions such as youth, juniors open and masters for both male and female. Cash prizes were awarded to the best male and female lifters.

Camp Hollis Continues 75th Anniversary Celebration With New Video Project

The 75th anniversary celebration of Camp Hollis continues with a new video showcasing the camp, its history and the impact it has had on the children of Oswego County. Friends of Camp Hollis, which provides support to the camp, planned a variety of activities in honor of this milestone. Unfortunately, an in-person gathering scheduled to take place at the camp has been postponed until 2022 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Citizen Online

Sterling Nature Center to offer apple cider pressings, Owl Prowls

With fall and migration season underway, the Sterling Nature Center will host several educational events:. • Apple cider pressings will take place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 23, and 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 24. Participants will help create fresh cider with an antique press and apples from the center's trees. While going through the process of grinding, pressing, pasteurizing and tasting the cider, participants will learn about the history of apples, products, the industry and the many varieties of the fruit.
SUNY Oswego

Oswego Dining invites campus to complete customer satisfaction survey

Oswego Dining would like to know how they are doing. So here is a chance to share your opinion and help them improve their services. Beginning the week of Oct. 25, 2021, Oswego Dining will once again participate in the online Customer Satisfaction Survey. being conducted by the National Association...

Pet Of The Week: Rory

OSWEGO – Rory is ready for adoption! She is a sweet, bossy kitty and 5.5 months old, up-to-date with vaccinations and spayed/neutered. If you are interested in adopting, you can download an Adoption Application from our Adopt A Pet webpage. You can email us your completed application and any questions to [email protected]!

Canandaigua Vista Nature Preserve is Officially Open

The Finger Lakes Land Trust has formally opened its 90-acre Canandaigua Vista Nature Preserve in the town of Canandaigua. Just a short drive from downtown Canandaigua, the preserve features a one-mile loop trail that traverses fields, oak-hickory forests, and past the head of Barnes Gully—a deep gorge that flows to nearby Onanda Park. Multiple vista points, each with a handmade bench carved from locally harvested timber, offer glimpses of Canandaigua Lake.