Month: June 2019
Fatal two car accident in Alabama * Assault in Pembroke leads to arrest for an Alabama resident * Family of five displaced after a house fire in Perry
House fire reported at 6616 Junction Rd just before 1 a.m. this morning.
Genesee County Sheriff William A. Sheron, Jr. and his staff were honored for having achieved reaccreditation of the Sheriff’s Civil Office and the County 9-1-1 Emergency Services Dispatch Center from the New York State Sheriffs’ Association
Genesee County Sheriff’s Office K-9, Frankie, and Deputy Christopher Erion Graduate from Niagara Regional Police Service K-9 Academy
New top dog in Genesee County Law Enforcement * Water interruption on Vine Street in Batavia * Medina man arrested for striking a woman in the face in Batavia
David Bellavia inducted into the hall of heroes * Disturbance on the Rez leads to arrest * LeRoy women’s death under investigation after crash in Pavilion
Final day of ceremonies for David Bellavia * Investigating cause of deadly crash in Pavilion * Results of City Court primary
LeRoy woman’s death under Investigation after crash in Pavilion * Local primary results are in * Bellavia adorned with Medal of Honor
Durin Rogers won all three primaries for Batavia City Court Judge. * Rogers wins Republican, Conservative and Independence party primaries * Benjamin Bonarigo will be on the Democratic Party line
Bellavia honored as family, friends and fellow vets attend White House ceremony
Primary Elections today * Batavia’s David Bellavia is being honored in Washington, DC today * Proposal for SRO in Batavia to be considered by Council
Washington prepares to award Medal of Honor to Batavia resident * Schumer warns of bad e-cigs * Welcome home Giovanni
“Cytocybernetics is paving the way for researchers to study the reaction our major organs have with pharmaceutical drugs,” – Collins.
His owner said Giovanni had been found wondering around inside the Jackson Elementary School.
Child saved from drowning in Bethany * Two rescued out of an overturned canoe in the Tonawanda Creek * Charges pending in a one car rollover
Marijuana Decriminalization in NYS * Guilty plea from man accused of menacing police with a BB gun * Warsaw man busted for huffing in Batavia
“Despite the calls to be one unified state and the promise that Upstate would not be overlooked, this session had a disproportionately negative affect on Upstate’s economy and way of life.” – Ranzenhofer
Collins announced that the Letchworth Gateway Villages and the Rural Outreach Center will receive technical assistance provided by the USDA’s initiative called Rural Economic Development Innovation.
Dansville man sentenced for dealing meth * Darien Center man pleads guilty to child porn charge * Incident with screwdriver in Stafford ends in arrest
Notre Dame adds two teachers and two staff
Genesee County clerk cites trouble with Green Light Bill * Darien Center man pleads to child porn charge * Muckdogs even on the new season
Genesee County Clerk Michael Cianfrini has serious concerns in regards to the recent passage of the “Green Light Bill” in New York
The OCSDA feels that it is unfortunately compelled to clear up some of the disheartening false accusations that are being spread about its members.
Interim superintendent announced for BCS * Stafford Burglary leads to arrest for Rochester resident * Illegal firearm lands Walnut Street man in lock up
Genesee Athletes Collect Spring Recognition
Leading WNY harness racing driver Drew Monti is heading to Massachusetts to become a regular in the driving colony at Plainridge Park.
Threats at Medina School land Batavia man in lock-up * Grief counseling for Albion Students following the death of a classmate * Batavia Police seek assistance in identifying suspected burglars
The Batavia Police Department is investigating a burglary at a local business and is seeking assistance from the public in identifying the following individuals. Please contact Detective Matthew Wojtaszczyk at 585-345-6357 with any additional information.
Gaming Commission Investigators Fully Satisfied with How Program is Executed
One of the passengers was pronounced at the scene, Brennan M. Moody, 17 of Kent, NY.
“World War II veterans, ‘The Greatest Generation’ are an elite and special group and it is important to frequently recognize and cherish their role in defending America’s freedom,” Hawley
The LeRoy Police Department wishes to remind all citizens to lock their vehicles when not in use, especially during the overnight hours.
The New York State Senate passed the “Green Light Bill.” State Senator Michael H. Ranzenhofer (R-C-I, Amherst) voted against it.
The Police Department wishes to welcome Officer Miah Stevens and Officer Peter Post, Jr. to the Department.
Accused Buffalo Burglar in Batavia jailed without bail * Local Drug Task Force takes down an accused drug dealer * “Green Light Bill” signed by Cuomo
Gasoline prices drop in Batavia * State Senate to take up driver’s licenses for illegals * Elm St. man facing felony drug charges
Muckdogs play their first doubleheader of the young season this Wednesday.
“Statements from Judicial Campaign Regarding Political Issues are Inappropriate” Erica O’Donnell – Chair, City of Batavia Democratic Committee
Sheriff’s Employees urge support for Rogers’ effort to be elected Batavia’s next Full-Time City Court Judge
After weather delays last week, the paving work along Naramore Drive will continue on Monday, June 17, 2019 from 7 AM until 5 PM.
Indictment on rape and kidnapping counts against a Batavia Man * Cheektowaga man arrested for hitting a women in Darien * Albion woman busted for DWAI in Elba
Illegal immigrant in Warsaw takes plea deal on drug and immigration charges * Police identify suspicious man who approached young girls in LeRoy * Collins Recognizes Batavia Man as His ‘Veteran of the Month’
Muckdogs Home Opener tonight * Local Boys Scouts Council gets a new home * NYS ends religious exemptions for vaccines
LOCAL HEALTH OFFICIALS APPLAUD GOVERNOR, ASSEMBLY AND SENATE PASSAGE OF CRITICAL PUBLIC HEALTH POLICY STRENGTHENING IMMUNIZATION RATES IN SCHOOLS BY REPEALING NON-MEDICAL EXEMPTIONS FROM VACCINATIONS
Religious exemption for vaccines abolished in NY * Judge provides little leniency for a convicted burglar * Fight at Thruway toll in Batavia ends in arrest for two
State Senate considers ending religious exemption for vaccines * Hawley critical of Green Light Bill * State lawmakers move toward ending the “Pink Tax”
New jobs in Batavia with a company’s Million Dollar investment * Orleans County man facing drug and sex abuse charges * Hawley blasts Green Light Bill
Tompkins Metal Finishing invests, adds shift * fracas on wheels in nursing home * county jail inmates duke it out, get in trouble again
Industrial Plating Company Installing State-of-the Art Wastewater Treatment and Recycling System; Adds New Shift Creating up to 10 New Jobs
Batavia’s highly decorated vet shares is war story * Holland Ave woman busted for trying to withdraw from someone’s bank account * Bank Street resident charged in wheelchair incident
David Bellavia addresses media on Medal of Honor * Batavia approves Pride Month Parade * New poll finds NY’ers cool to Cuomo 4th term
Un-edited audio from Bellavia’s News Conference on Tuesday
Local Veteran David Bellavia shares his war story that earned him a Medal of Honor
Ground Force Fights & Batavia Downs Gaming Formally Invite Justin Beiber and Tom Cruise to Settle Their Differences at Throwdown at the Downs 2.0
City Council supports Pride Parade with little objection * Drug Task Force busts a Rochester resident for crack cocaine sales * Batavia woman arrested for shoplifting with kids
Then-Staff Sergeant David G. Bellavia will receive the Medal of Honor for his actions on November 10, 2004, while serving as a squad leader in support of Operation Phantom Fury in Fallujah, Iraq.
Resurfacing Clinton Park, Fordham Drive, Eugene Street and Holmes Avenue – Postponed until Wednesday June 12th. Naramore Drive paving on TUESDAY, JUNE 11 from 7 AM to 5 PM
Batavia City Council President, retired Batavia Police Lieutenant, and competitive shooter Eugene Jankowski Jr. recently announced his strong endorsement of Judge Durin Rogers for City Court Judge.
Suspicious man on LeRoy school grounds under investigation * Batavia man arrested for forcibly touching a co-worker * Threats to lawmen ends in arrest in Batavia
David Bellavia to receive our nation’s highest honor * Inmate held without bail for clogging a toilet * Fill The Boot campaign stomps past fundraising goal
Tips released on how to keep you, your family and yours pets safe from rabies
Farmers Market opened today in Batavia * Water level along Lake Ontario shoreline may have peaked * State Senate approves limo laws
Market is open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 am to 4 pm and on Fridays some venders will be sticking around until 5 pm
City offers its condolences to victims, thanks those who responded, and commits to decisive action
City responds to recent rash of criminal activity * Stafford home left uninhabitable after fire * IJC says record-high water levels may have peaked on Lake Ontario
Fire in Stafford leaves home uninhabitable * Deadly training accident at West Point * Sabres introduce new coach
“Disaster Preparedness” will be the subject of the Genesee County Chamber of Commerce’s Small Business Workshop on June 13.
Hawley proudly celebrated Dairy Day in Albany, along with colleagues from both sides of the aisle, activists, advocates and farmers from around the state.
“This is a dangerous proposal that diminishes the responsibility and efforts of those here legally to play by the rules, obey our laws and obtain a driver’s license.” – Hawley
Suspect pulls apparent handgun on Police as heroic citizen steps-in * Holley man accused of dealing fatal drug doses to a Clarendon man * Batavia woman charged with endangerment
Citizen helps police arrest armed suspect * Cat declaw bill goes to the Gov * Genesee Cancer Assistance to hold 25 Golf & Bocce Tournament
News Release On June 28 Genesee Cancer Assistance will be hosting its 25th Annual Golf & Bocce Tournament at Batavia Country Club (7909 Batavia Byron Road). Golf registration ($100.00/player) begins at 10:30 am. Bocce registration ($60.00/player) at 12 pm. You can also register in advance; online HERE or call the office at (585) 345-0417. Golf […]
Good Samaritan helps to disarm suspect during a traffic stop on Cedar Street
Potential child abduction from a Batavia Church * Ellicott Street man jailed for repeated family offences * City residents arrested for fighting and public lewdness
Arrest made in Batavia church baby snatching * NYS could become first to ban cat declawing * Cuomo doubts passing legal pot bill this year
Clinton Park, Fordham Drive, Eugene Street and Holmes Avenue June 11; June 12 Naramore Drive
The Batavia Police Department investigated the potential abduction of a child during church services.
Genesee’s Anderson Heading to Rutgers
“We had a productive meeting today in Albany in order find a solution to the uncontrollable flooding of Lake Ontario,” Hawley
Genesee County Department of Social Services’ Commissioner David Rumsey and Former Commissioner Eileen Kirkpatrick endorse Judge Rogers
Two car crash in Batavia lands two in the hospital * Ellicott Street man assaulted at his home * Pair found with stolen items, drugs and a weapon in Pavilion
Ellicott St. man hospitalized following assault * Arraignment postponed for Ross St. murder suspect * Town of Alabama bridge on Ham Road closed for two months
Registration available at BCSD Office at Batavia High School or on-line.
Ham Road, between Knowlesville Road and Gorton Road will be closed for a bridge replacement
Alecia Hinkson Signs LOI with Genesee Volleyball and Softball
Deputies bust a young pair of alleged thieves found sleeping with stolen items in Pavilion.
The Batavia Police Department is investigating the assault of Mark E. Collier.
Ross Street murder suspect slated for court today * Choking and child endangerment ends in arrest for a Batavia man * Burglary in Batavia leads to lock up for an Oak Street man
Ross St. man stabbed to death helping woman being attacked * Suspect in custody, charged with 2nd Degree Murder
Report of stabbing on Ross Street with suspect in custody * Batavia man busted for fentanyl sale in the City * Hawley requests shoreline funding