Month: October 2019
Trick or Treating in Batavia: could be tricky and not much of a treat * The Bergen House gets national Halloween attention
Gia’s Surreal went from worst to first for her 10th win of the year at Batavia Downs on Wednesday afternoon
Assemblyman Steve Hawley (R,C,I-Batavia) responds to legislation introduced by Sen. Kevin Parker, S.6821, that would allow locked up felons the right to vote.
Accused Ross Street murderer refuses court appearance * Maple Street domestic lands man in lock- up * Guilty plea in Ellicott Street assault
O’Lacy’s Irish Pub and Eli Fish Brewing come up with “Old Sod Hazelnut Porter”
County Economic Development Center to consider $10-million dollar project for LeRoy * State Assembly hears testimony into youth tackle football * City of Batavia will not alter Trick or Treat hours
Beverage distribution company says project could create 125 new jobs
“We expect the work of this committee to take about six months,” said Dr. Martin Moore, Batavia City Manager.
Cougars Sweep Generals; Advance in NJCAA Region III Tournament
Autumn Ressue was named WNYAC Player of the Year for women’s soccer.
Update on Batavia’s new Military Grade Vehicle * Joint investigation lands Wyoming County man in lock-up * High Wind Watch for Halloween
Oct. 30 – Nov 1st from approximately 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the general area of North of Main, West of Bank and South of Main, East of Jackson Street
Troopers from SP Warsaw and the Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office located and arrested Dustin K. Ellwood, 41 of Genesee Falls, NY
On Wednesday (Oct. 30) there is a carryover of $1,381 and a guaranteed pool of $5,000 for the Pick-5 wager that day.
Craig Schroth’s fifth and sixth grade STEAM Lab classes are carving pumpkins. But, there are no pumpkins in the room.
40 year sales tax agreement with County approved by City * High Wind Watch for Halloween * State Lawmakers to hear testimony on tackle football
High wind Watch for Halloween * Plane crash in LeRoy remains under investigation * Former Sabre star has cancer
The Session is free and open to the public and scheduled Monday, Nov. 4 from 1 to 3 p.m. in room T119 in the Conable Technology Building
Black Is Back left unchallenged and set early fractions of :27.3 and :57 flat to the half.
LeRoy Plane crash under investigation * Two Batavia residents busted for felony DWI * Halloween DWI crack down continues
Joey Pro won again in the $12,500 Open I Handicap trot at Batavia Downs on Friday night (Oct. 25).
Local Drug Task force busts two for crack in Batavia * Proposed budget for Genesee County released * Early voting begins this weekend in New York
Tentative County Budget is released * Early voting in NYS begins tomorrow * Tom & Lynn Houseknecht: ” Humanitarians of the Year”
Award to be presented on Dec 6 at Terry Hills luncheon
“The work our committees and boards perform help our City to be a better place to live, work and play.” – Dr. Martin Moore, City Manager
The City of Batavia will observe Halloween activities from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on October 31st only.
1st Monday of every month at McDonald’s starting November 4, 2019 from 12 – 7 p.m.
Lecture About Her Career in Human Resources on Thursday, November 7, 2019 ~ Genesee Community College
Cuomo looks to revoke National Grid’s License * Batavia resident arrested after domestic dispute * Early voting begins tomorrow across NYS
Mr. Holley got his driving and training license in 1979 and managed his own stock from 1980 until 2007.
Thursday, November 7, 2019 ~ Genesee Community College ~ Batavia Campus
The Sound of Rhythm and Blues Supports GCC’s History Club Spring Break Tour – Ticket Price Adjustment
HP Sissy won her now third straight $12,500 fillies and mares Open I Handicap pace at Batavia Downs on Wednesday night (Oct. 23).
Brittany’s Law is legislation supported by both Democrats and Republicans that would create a public registry for violent felony offenders.
Oakfield man jailed without bail after Batavia crash * Orleans County man faces child porn charge * Special election Collins’ former seat maybe in April
Use the time change this weekend to change batteries in smoke detectors * City FD will check yours for proper use
The Batavia Police Department will be participating in the DEA’s 2019 National Drug Take-Back initiative on October 26, 2019.
The City of Batavia Fire Fighters are proud to announce the winners of our 7th Annual Fire Prevention Coloring Contest.
#TransferStudentWeek Brings Articulation Agreement for GCC and SUNY Upstate Medical University
House Fire turns fatal in Lyndonville * Batavia man in lock-up for stolen property * Number of local priests accused of sexual abuse is growing
House fire in Lyndonville, one person injured * NYS GOP Chairman wants congressional special election soorner rather than later * Miami Dolphin apologizes for spitting at Bills fan
The annual community service project began three years ago when Hannah Catalino, a then sophomore, approached her volleyball coach with the idea.
Impaired Driving Crackdown runs October 31st – November 3rd
Assemblyman Steve Hawley (R,C,I-Batavia) today announced the locations and times of his upcoming Orleans County Town Hall Meetings on Saturday, October 26.
Report of a house fire in Lyndonville * NYS GOP chairman wants special election for Collins former seat * Batavia crash blamed on numb left arm
Bellavia bows of Congressional run, Hawley still thinking about it * city man faces a charge of gang assault * Gasoline prices drop a bit in Batavia
Ana Carolina Cerezer Pinto and Hiago Barros de Souza Named Genesee Athletes of the Week
Tuesday, October 29, 2019 at 6-8:30 p.m. ~ Genesee Community College Batavia Campus – Forum
The Genesee County Democratic Committee invites the community to celebrate early voting and meet their local candidates.
Batavia man jailed for Gang Assault in the city * Highland Park man arrested for menacing with a hammer * Bellavia not running for Collins seat
Citizens with disabilities in the Genesee Region can question candidates in the November election on their own turf
Joey Pro ventured north to Batavia Downs and ran away with the $12,500 Open I Handicap trot on Friday night Oct. 18
The Honarable Michael DelPlato has endorsed Ben Bonarigo for the City of Batavia Judgeship.
Manhunt suspect faces new charges in Wyoming County * Former CO pleads guilty to child porn charges * Pratt Road Bridge in Pembroke re-opened
Pratt Rd bridge in Pembroke to reopen * Flu cases up 15% across NYS * Bills meet worst team in NFL on Sunday
City of Batavia Fire Department issues Halloween Safety Tips
New sex abuse allegations for ex-scout leader from Elba * Alexander burglary lands Warsaw man in lock-up * Court hearing on flavored e-cigarettes
Cuomo & nearby governors hold Pot / vaping summit * Warsaw man arrested for Town of Alexander burglary * Sabres drop one to Anaheim
Are you good with numbers? Seeking Volunteer Tax Preparers
Opioid Treatment Program report * Batavia man faces three counts of Contempt * New law allows NYS to prosecute those with a presidential pardon
State Senator cites Roger’s “experience, judicial temperament and integrity”
Success of methadone therapy at GCASA’s OTP clinic ‘exceeds expectations’
Volleyball Sweeps Niagara on Sophomore Night
Genesee Shutouts Saints for 10th Victory of the Season
Sophomores Carry Cougars to Shutout on Sophomore Night
Scheepers and Ardle Named Genesee Athletes of the Week
Police in Warsaw report teen behind bars for Rape * Three busted for Criminal Contempt in Batavia * Troopers report increase deer vs. car accidents
Gia’s Surreal scored her ninth win in 19 starts this year and pushed her stake-enhanced earnings to $83,869.
Grand Jury issues a number of indictments * Online course approved for driver’s license applicants * NY’s school funding formula up for discussion
It was the seventh win of the year for Mr. Euroman who is trained by Maria Rice.
The meeting will take place at the Richmond Memorial Library in the downstairs Wilbur Room on Thursday October 24th from 6:30 – 8:30 PM.
#7 Cougars Get Road Win at Fulton-Montgomery
The Pick-5 wager begins in race one and runs through race five with a post time of 6 p.m. for the first race Saturday.
East Main Street man jailed for Unlawful Imprisonment * Two busted for DWI over the Columbus Day weekend * Flu season is underway
Patrick Burke, proudly endorsed City Judge candidate Ben Bonarigo earlier this week.
City Police and Sheriff’s Office receive an armored military vehicle * Three busted for drugs in Byron traffic stop * City wide leaf collection
The Batavia Police Department and Genesee County Sheriff’s Office has received an armored rescue vehicle from the US Government’s 1033 program.
City wide leaf collection will begin October 21, 2019 and will continue until November 22, 2019.
Double Fatal accident with a deer in Orleans County * Three busted for drugs in Byron stop * Two Buell Street residents behind bars after stop in the city
54 year old David Vega and 28 year old Jennifer Hogan are both jailed in lieu of $10,000 bail a piece.
Delay in Genesee County Jail construction plans * Batavia man busted for robbing Days Inn * Health Department waits for guidelines on federal grant
Arrest made in Batavia Hotel robbery * Health Department awarded lead abatement grant * Two arrested in Perry in connection with an overdose death
Local women in small business speak of their experiences
Students engage in community service projects
Local Ladies to Serve as Co-Chairs
According to the CDC, breast cancer is the second-most common cancer among women in the U.S.
Esther Greenhouse from Cornell University’s College of Human Ecology, to speak on “Creating Thriving Communities: from Vision to Reality”
Siomara Caballero has been named a Commended Student in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program.
The City of Batavia Water Dept. is on location of a water main break at the Intersection of Ellicott St. and Clifton Ave.
Thomas P. Moynihan, age 44, of State Street, Batavia, NY was arrested, without incident
Albion man pleads guilty to child porn possession * Two in lock-up following overdose death in Perry * Cuomo calls for fed to address vaping crisis
Collins starts campaign for leniency, according to Buffalo News * Arrest made in month old assault at Darien Lake * Batavia Cemetery Candlelight Ghost Walk, sold out
The free anti-rabies immunization clinic is Thursday, October 17th, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the LeRoy Village Highway Garage, 58 North Street, LeRoy
October 11, 2019 is the last day to register in person at the Genesee County Board of Elections
William Joyce, Director of the Genesee County Veterans Service Agency cites Rogers’ integrity, fairness and compassion in endorsing his candidacy for Full-Time City Court Judgeship
Woman arrested for breaking another woman’s jaw at Darien Lake Concert * Bergen man in lock-up for domesitic incident * Elba man arrested for Assault
Saturday night Oct. 5 will be one that Oakfield native Mike Caprio will never forget
The box closes at 9 a.m. for all draws. Questions can be directed to Race Secretary Joe Zambito at 585-344-6161.
Triple fatal accident in Shelby * Batavia woman busted for firearm and endangerment * Two arrested for Aggravated DWI in Genesee County
Call My Broker scored his fourth win of the year for owner Frank Meier and trainer Angelo Nappo.
Trio arrested with drugs, firearm and a baby in Batavia * Antwan Odom found not guilty * BPD report rash of larcenies from vehicles
Odom innocent in stabbing of Ray Leach * Odom says he just wants to get out of town * Vape Shops get a temporary reprieve
A Genesee County jury of nine women and three men returned the not guilty verdict late this morning.
The “2019” Annual Award Ceremony will be held on Saturday, March 7, 2020 at The Quality Inn & Suites, Park Road, Batavia.
Deliberations resume in Antwan Odom case this morning * Chris Collins’ son pleads guilty to conspiracy * NY’s ban on flavored e-cigarettes on hold
Odom jury recesses deliberations until tomorrow * Chris Collins’ son pleads guilty to conspiracy to commit securities fraud * Pavilion man arrested for allegedly stealing a generator
Driver Drew Monti was red hot at Batavia Downs as he won six races on the card, including a natural Grand Slam in races three to six.
Ashworth’s Three Goals Power Cougars past Jayhawks on Sophomore Night
Cougars Blank Jayhawks
Jury deliberations today in Odom trial * Pavilion man arrested for Home Depot theft with daughter * Alabama crash leads to DWAI for Evans Street man
With election season here, Batavia’s Republicans are gearing up for five City Council races this fall.
Jr.-Sr. High Science teacher, Mr. Michael Chiulli was one of the 228 educators from across the state selected to join the NYS Master Teacher Program.
Former Congressman Collins awaits sentencing after guilty plea * LeRoy student arrested for threatening message * Schumer in Basom to talk hemp
Collins pleads guilty to felony charges * Arrest made in LeRoy School threat *
Republicans back 5 of 6 incumbents on council
Coordinators of Genesee County’s Justice for Children and Coordinator of the County’s S.T.A.R. Program back Durin Rogers for City Court
Youth charged with Falsely Reporting an Incident
Beginning this year for the General Election on November 5, 2019 all registered voters can vote early, in person, before Election Day.
Chris Collins expected in federal court today * Summit Street man jailed for allegedly threatening police * GCEDC consider break for a new water ride