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If the Penn Yan Village Board adopts the tentative budgets presented at its April 15 meeting, water rates will go down and sewer rates will go up in Penn Yan. The overall result will be savings for most rate payers.
The Town of Jerusalem can’t seem to solve the question of its time clock, or rather the question of who...
Just as Keuka Lake dwellers watched as sheets of ice warped docks not long ago, property owners around Seneca...
Pennsylvania woman whose husband and three of five children died in an accident caused by a drunk driver speaks to DWI...
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