Author: Alex Feig
Controversy, Blues and a Beanstalk – Something for Everyone
Trio found with drugs and weapons in Medina drug raid * Winter Weather Advisory in effect * Penfield woman busted drunk driving with drugs in Batavia
Genesee’s Barros de Souza Commits to Mid-America Christian University
Alyson LaBarr and Kellie Brewer Signs Letter of Intent with Genesee Women’s Soccer
City Council names new Part-Time City Court Judge * Delays on Ellicott Station project development continue * BPD have warning for Holiday shoppers
Maryann Sarama-Luce was a pioneer in harness racing in western New York as one of only a handful of female drivers who raced full time at Batavia Downs
Cougars Sweep Holiday Classic
Cougars Drop to #3 Schoolcraft
Down On My Luck returned to Batavia Downs and his winning ways as he captured the $12,500 Open I Handicap pace on Saturday night (Dec. 7).
Cougars Get Win Over Knights at Cougar Holiday Classic
Cougars Cruise Past Knights at Cougar Holiday Classic
Second suspect arrested in Highland Park Gang Assault * Lancaster man busted for bilking Batavia business * Hotel Christmas party goer busted for larceny
Racing resumes at Batavia Downs on Saturday (Dec. 7) with pot time at 6 p.m.
Batavia man pleads guilty to Rape * Senator Ranzenhofer announces retirement * Scouts to host Grand Opening of Volunteer Service and Training Center
Hawley earned a 92 percent rating from the Conservative Party based on his legislative voting record in 2019, placing him in the upper echelon of NYS law makers
DONALD T. EICHENAUER TO RETIRE AS CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER OF WYOMING COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTH SYSTEM AND BE REPLACED BY JOSEPH L. McTERNAN
Delegates pass public policy resolutions and honor members at awards banquet.
Assemblyman Steve Hawley (R,C,I-Batavia) issues the following statement regarding Bronx Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie’s comments that “For us in the Assembly, we always believe in raising revenue.”
Troopers arrest a LeRoy man for child sex offenses * Drug Task Force busts two Albion men for dealing crack * Minimum wage workers get a pay bump in 2020
A Statement from Assemblyman Steve Hawley (R,C,I-Batavia) on the public financing commission’s recommendations issued last week
Sweeney’s 37 Leads Genesee to Win Over Bryant & Stratton
Bourne’s 28 Propels Genesee to Win over Bryant & Stratton
On Friday (Dec. 6) a guaranteed pool of $3,000 has been announced for the Pick-5 wager that day
Bishop Malone resigns as temp replacement named * Batavia man looking at 20 years for abducting minor for sex * State Street man jailed without bail for Burglary
They are now seeking nominations for the awards. Nominations will be accepted through Friday, February 28, 2020.
On Dec. 7th, local law enforcement will be participating in the fifth annual “Shop with a Cop” event at Walmart on Veterans Memorial Drive.
Bishop Malone expected to seek early retirement * Judge Durin Rogers to be sworn in Dec 20th * Bills fans able to purchase playoff tickets tomorrow
Judge Durin B. Rogers will assume the duties and responsibilities of the full-time City Court Judge on January 1, 2019.
Lots of Options for New Skills, Hobbies and Intriguing Subject Matter
Wednesday, December 4, 2019 at 7 p.m. ~ Genesee Community College
Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect * Alleged Assault lands Corfu man in lock-up * Walnut Street woman arrested for Harassment
Driver Ray Fisher Jr. on Friday (Nov. 29) hit a major career milestone by surpassing the $20 million mark in career earnings at Batavia Downs
Winter Weather Advisory for Sunday * Small Business Saturday in Downtown Batavia * Liberty Street stand-off suspect faces new charges
Results roll in as Holiday DWI crackdown continues * County Jail inmate arrested after repeated violations * Bail reform has officials shuffling court dates
Genesee County Economic Development Center part of state contingent comprised of economic development entities
High Wind Watch elevated to Warning * Trio of Albion Students to face trial * County K-9 getting a new protective coat this Christmas
On Saturday (Nov. 23) he continued to streak as he won four races, including both pacing features at Batavia Downs.
Genesee Competes at North Country Invite
Cougars Skid Continues Against Bobcats
Hall Street man arrested for Assault with choking with imprisonment * Two Batavia men busted for brawling on Ross Street * Ken’s Charcoal Pits changing hands
The program will provide up to $30 million in grants to reimburse up to 50% of the costs of resiliency-related capital improvement projects.
Lougazi scored an easy 1-¼ length victory in the $12,500 Open I Handicap trot at Batavia Downs on Friday evening (Nov. 22).
17 year old accused of double homicide in Allegany County * Perry police bust a Batavia resident for DWI * Downtown restaurant in Batavia changes hands
Horsemen and horsewomen are reminded of the draw schedule for Thanksgiving week at Batavia Downs.
The Kickoff starts Friday November 22nd at 6 pm and will continue until 8:30 pm.
City in search of a new part-time City Court Judge * Assault in the City lands a South Swan Street woman in lock-up * Two Batavia residents arrested for fraud
Resumes and letters of interest are due by 4:30 p.m. on December 2, 2019.
The City of Batavia Bureau of Maintenance has announced that City leaf collection will resume on Monday, November 25 with one final sweep.
Lady London moved up to the top class and wired the field again in the $12,500 Open I Handicap pace for fillies and mares on Wednesday night Nov. 20.
REVEALS LOWER PRICES FOR 2019 THANKSGIVING DINNER
Police ID Liberty Street stand-off suspect * Schumer going to bat for minor league baseball * Wind Advisory going into effect tonight
Impaired Driving Crackdown runs November 27th – December 1st, 2019
Muckdogs have one more season before proposed MLB ax drops * No injuries reported after 18 hour Liberty Street stand-off * Buffalo Sabres continue to struggle
Stand-off continues on Liberty Street in the city * Muckdogs may be cut from M.L.B. parent club * Schumer pushes flavored e-cig ban
Bourne and Ishiguro Named Genesee Athletes of the Week
Tullow N posted a convincing victory in the $12,500 Open I Handicap pace at Batavia Downs on a very cold Saturday night Nov. 16.
Cougars Slay Dragons
Gowanda man picked up on two BCC warrants from 2016 * Batavia teen busted for Burglary * Teen girl arrested for threats with baseball bat
Women’s Basketball Drops to Lakeland
Wheels A Turning scored a narrow come-from-behind win in the feature trot at Batavia Downs last week.
Update on Albion School Threat * Hawley renews push for statewide SRO’s * BPD seeking assistance in identifying three individuals
Cougars Advance to National Semifinals
Hawley’s legislation would mandate that all SRO’s are properly trained veterans or retired law enforcement
County lawmakers endorse plan for new $60M jail * Hawley pushes for statewide SRO * Bergen man busted for tampering with utilities
Winterim Session Offers Any College Students Transferable SUNY Credit
Saturday, November 16th at 1:00 pm at the Genesee County YMCA, at 209 East Main Street in Batavia
Musicians Of Note 2020 induction ceremony to be held on March 26th, 2020
Cougars Come Up Short Against Lazers
The guaranteed pool of $6,000 in the Pick-5 wager on Wednesday will be moved to Friday’s card (Nov. 15) when live racing resumes.
27th District dispute may end in court * Darien Center man attempts to outrun NYSP K9 * Batavia teen jailed without bail for harassing a juvenile
Thursday, November 21, 2019 at 6 – 8:00 p.m.~ Genesee Community College ~ Batavia Campus
REVENUE GENERATED FROM SALE OF KOOZIES AT SUMMER CONCERT SERIES
State leaders have committed to creating New York’s first veterans’ cemeteries around the state
City approves 40-year water supply agreement with County * Former Clarence Center Soccer Trainer pleads guilty to child porn charge * Law to raise age on tobacco purchases in effect
Troop A- In preparation for the anticipated winter weather forecast, the State Police encourage motorists to exercise due care when traveling.
On Wednesday (Nov. 13) there is a guaranteed pool of $6,000 for the Pick-5 wager that day.
Recognition Matters @ GCC
Hutchins Place man behind bars for menacing with baseball bat * Maple St woman locked up on litany of charges * Attica School closed
Swimmers Stachowiak and McMullen Named Genesee Athletes of the Week
Winter Storm Warning * Texan fleeing from Troopers in Pembroke * Deputies bust a Wyoming County man for violation in Batavia
Threat at Albion School gains attention of the Governor * Two car accident on South Swan * ND wins first sectional championship in seven years
Genesee Swims at Erie Tri-Meet
Up to $8 million is available, and applications will be accepted through December 10.
The Genesee County Chamber of Commerce’s business workshop will be held on November 13
Invites members of the public to share concerns and ideas
Perry woman accused of burglary in front of five kids * Albion students pulled from school over online threats * Sabres back in action in Sweden
Genesee Places Eight on Soccer All-Region Teams
Tuesday, November 12, 2019 from 12:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
On Thursday, November 7th from 5 to 8pm, Tully’s Restaurants will host a “Law & Orders Night” where funds are raised for the local athletes.
50th Year Celebration Brings New Scholarship and Excellence Awards to Nursing Program Students at GCC
Monday, November 11, 2019 beginning at 8 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. ~ Genesee Community College
A pair of distaff Open paces topped the card on Wednesday night at Batavia Downs with both winners from barns of female trainers.
Stafford home intruder ID’d in critical condition * Liberty St. man arrested for trespassing * Cuomo says no extra funds for new DA requirements
Shooting in Stafford home invasion * Election night results are in * Cuomo signs law to label specific opioids involved in overdose deaths
GCASA pointing to end-of-the-year opening for recovery rec center on Clinton Street Road
Hiago Barros de Souza and Tylasia Weaver Named Genesee Athletes of the Week
Polls open for Election Day * Three County Jail inmates busted with contraband * BDC named new Executive Director
In the $12,500 Open I Handicap pace, Down On My Luck scored his sixth win in only eight starts at Batavia Downs this year
Genesee County Democratic Chair Michael Plitt, “Usually our turnout is low for municipal elections but we’d like to see a big turnout.”
No. 7 Genesee Shutouts Mohawk Valley to win Region III Championship
Holland Ave man busted for harassment * Corfu woman faces DWI after Batavia accident * Health Department has Hep- A vaccine for food-service workers
Dragin The Wagon scored his 50th lifetime win in the $12,500 Open Handicap trot at Batavia Downs on Friday night (Nov.1).
Two busted for conspiring to steal from Home Depot * Tax breaks for $9.5M project in LeRoy * State of emergency declared for 11 counties
The Batavia Business Improvement District hosted its second annual Scarecrow Contest for Downtown Batavia.
Historical Horizons Lecture this Wednesday Night with Dr. Terrianne Schulte of D’Youville College
No. 7 Genesee Blanks Jayhawks; Advances to NJCAA Region III Finals
High Wind Warnings in effect with power outages * Elba man found innocent of child sex abuse * Batavia woman accused of drug sales
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
“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
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
“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
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
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
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
New sex abuse allegations for ex-scout leader from Elba * Alexander burglary lands Warsaw man in lock-up * Court hearing on flavored e-cigarettes
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Wright Associates submits application for incentives for proposed $8.9 million capital investment in LeRoy
Tullow N (John Cummings Jr.) was the only leaver in the feature and Cummings took full advantage of his position
City man in lock-up for menacing police with a knife * Fatal ATV accident in Alexander * Wood Street resident busted for burglary in Batavia
It was the seventh win of the year for BJ Lorado ($18.20) who is owned by Michael and Diane Norcross and trained by Donna Riedel.
Medina couple indicted for drug trafficking * No arrests for threat that closed LeRoy Schools * NY’s presidential primaries registration deadline moved
The LeRoy versus Avon Football game originally scheduled for tonight has been rescheduled for tomorrow night at 7 p.m.
The LeRoy vs. Avon football game has been rescheduled to Saturday at 7 p.m. in Avon.
High speed chase that ended in Batavia last year ends in a plea deal * Warsaw resident busted with drugs in a Bergen * Perry man jailed for Rape
The day’s event raised a total of more than $40,000 for the Alzheimer’s Association and had 441 individual participants
On Wednesday (Sept. 25) Monti won five races on the card including the weekly distaff feature with the red hot HP Sissy.
Batavia mother arrested for assaulting her pre-school age son * Court appearance ends in incarceration for City man * City Fire closes investigations
COUGARS SHUTOUT PANTHERS
MEN’S SOCCER SHUTOUTS PANTHERS
Richmond residence explodes killing two occupants * GCSO asking for information on a disturbing discovery * Kitchen fire at Batavia’s newest grill
Fire crews arrived to a working kitchen fire inside of the Islands Hawaiian Grill Restaurant, located at 60 Main Street.
Sep. 23 thru 26 the general area of E. Main St., North Street and Naramore Dr. Homes and businesses nearby will be affected
Over the past two years Lappe’s driving has yielded 73 wins out of 653 starts with 111 seconds and 108 thirds.
City sets its sights back on a New Police Station * Rogers secures another endorsement * Assault in Alabama lands a Batavia man behind bars
Assemblyman Steve Hawley (R,C,I-Batavia) has departed to Washington D.C. for his 12th annual Patriot Trip last week.
James Lighton and Grace Masse Named Genesee Athletes of the Week
Live racing resumes at Batavia Downs on Wednesday (Sept. 25) with post time set at 5 p.m.
Law Enforcement Investigators praise Judge Rogers’ as a leader for justice; give their full support of his candidacy to become Batavia City Court Judge
Oakfield man arrested for a disturbance at a Batavia business * Elba man faces felony DWI in Batavia * Bills slip past Bengals remaining unbeaten
Rochester Sex Offender arrested for sex trafficking * Batavia man takes plea deal in sex abuse case * Trump to answer questions under oath in NY
The Friends & Family 5K returns to Elba Saturday (September 21).
Batavia man pleads guilty to child porn possession * Batavia man takes plea deal on sex abuse charges * North Spruce Street man busted for drugs
Three Byron-Bergen High School student singers have been chosen by the New York State School Music Association for the All-State Choirs.
WOMEN’S SOCCER SHUTOUTS CAYUGA
MEN’S SOCCER BLANKS CAYUGA
HP Sissy went a dominating mile in gate to wire fashion to win the $12,500 fillies and mares Open Handicap pace at Batavia Downs on Wednesday
Michael T. Leubner, 21 of LeRoy, NY was transported to Erie County Medical Center and were he was pronounced deceased.
Fatal car versus motorbike accident in Leroy * Garage fire on Garfield Ave in the City * Swearing in City Court lands a Batavia man in lock-up
Drug bust in Batavia leads to three arrests * Rochester man jailed for dealing drugs in Batavia * Wallace Street man in lock-up for Assaulting a Senior
Howard Owens, of The Batavian, produced a compilation highlight video of the $1.8 million New York Sire Stakes Night of Champions
On Wednesday (Sept. 18) the Pick-5 pool at Batavia Downs Gaming and Hotel will be guaranteed at $2,500.
City fire crews rescued a female occupant from the bedroom via an exterior positioned ground ladder.
Perry man admits to child sex abuse in plea agreement * Alabama man busted for serving booze to a minor * Four arrested at Rascal Flatts Concert
The 2019 Hall of Fame Inductees will be introduced at halftime of the Batavia vs Bishop Kearney homecoming football game on Friday, October 4th.
On Tuesday, September 17, temporary road closures will occur between the hours of 7 AM and 7PM.
Speedway Robbery ends in arrest for Batavia man * Onondaga County woman busted in Stafford stop * Cuomo bans sale of flavored e-cigarettes
Keystone Apache was a dominant force in the $10,500 Open II trot at Batavia Downs on Friday night (Sept. 13)
Come meet Batavia City Court Judge Durin Rogers
Corrections Officer in Albion arrested for raping inmates * Batavia man accused of punching Medics * Local Drug Task Force busts two drug dealers
An event to celebrate the release of the new Thurmanator Beer would take place on Thursday, Sep. 19th, 2019 at the 34 Rush Sports Bar at 7:30pm.
Drivers who will be signing include Hall of Famer Brian Sears, Jason Bartlett, Tyler Buter, Corey Callahan, Matt Kakaley, Jim Morrill Jr. and Scott Zeron.
Ray Schnittker from Tonawanda, Steve Pratt from Corfu, and Chris Oakes from Akron all mastered the trade over the years at Batavia Downs.
Diocese of Rochester files for Bankruptcy * Walnut Street man fails to show for sentencing * NY Gun buyers will be waiting longer for certain guns
The Pick-5 is a 50-cent base wager that begins in race one and runs through race five.
She is the undefeated top point-getter (250) and highest earning 3-year-old pacing filly in her division
Many dignitaries were on hand Wednesday afternoon to draw post positions for the eight divisions of the $1.8 million New York Sire Stakes
Cougars Shutout Thunderwolves
Arcade man jailed for disturbance at UMMC * Batavia man busted for criminal possession of a weapon * New development in case against Collins
Nick Russo is running for City Council in Ward 3 and Sammy DiSalvo is running in Ward 5.
These road closures are for the roadway resurfacing of the following streets
Groovy Joe is currently one of the sports best first-year performers sitting third in earnings among all 2-year-old male pacers in North America
Cougars Fall in Straight Sets to Jayhawks
Truck plows into walled entrance outside GCASA * September 11th Remembrance Day in NY Schools * Two Holley residents pinched for stealing candy
Every Wednesday during the month of September, the Pick-5 pool at Batavia Downs Gaming and Hotel will be guaranteed at $2,500.
Marcus Melander has come a very long way in harness racing in a very short amount of time.
Late Session at GCC Begins Monday, Sept. 16 – Still Time to Register
Bergman and VanSkiver Named Genesee Athletes of the Week
New City Council Member named * Water shut off due to leak on Pearl Street * NYS Schools now required to observe a moment of silence on 9/11
Sep. 10 – 20, from 7 am – 4 pm Bank Street between Washington Avenue to North Street in the City of Batavia will be closed to all through traffic.
After a promising first year on the New York Sire Stake (NYSS) circuit, Tyler Buter claimed his first driving title as top reinsman for wins and earnings.
Tullow N was all business on Saturday night (Sept. 7) winning the $12,500 Open I Handicap pace at Batavia Downs
Oakfield man arrested for threatening deputies *Commotion at Six Flags over the weekend * Perry woman picked up for harassment in Batavia
The season for Batavia Muckdogs came to an end Friday night as they fell to the Lowell Spinner, 4-3 in extra innings.
Two top class Open races — one on the trot and one on the pace — were carded on Friday night (Sept. 6)
Post season ends for Batavia Muckdogs * Boy Scout leader from Elba jailed for Sex Abuse * Six Flags kicks off annual Harvest Festival
State Police have arrested 55 year old Ronald Rowcliffe of Elba following investigation several reports of sexual abuse.
Genesee Volleyball Sweeps Erie to Get First Win of Season
The final game to decide the championship teams will be Friday night
Youth Center opens in Batavia * Rochester man busted for allegedly selling heroin in Bergen * Muckdogs move onto game three in playoffs
Horseman please be advised that the draw for Sept. 11 has been pushed back one day from Sept. 6 to the 7th
Route 98 between 65 and 25 Walnut Street will be reduced to alternating one way traffic Monday thru Friday from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm.
Between Lewiston and Park Road will be reduced to one travel lane in each direction from 7:00 am to 4:00 pm to allow for paving of the roadway.
It was a banner night for the Batavia Muckdogs, on and “on” the field.
Batavia burglar jailed after turning himself in * Muckdogs win against Spinners and earn an award * Batavia woman arrested following a fight on Watson
The Fire Department will be flushing fire hydrants Sep 9th – 10th from approximately 9 AM to 3 PM on E. Main St., North Street and Naramore Dr.
Decision follows opposition of Alabama Town Board against expensive and intrusive roundabout construction
Genesee County Health Department offers FREE anti-rabies vaccination clinic at Pembroke Highway Department
Fall Season has Samuel Comroe, Rocky Horror Show and a Full Gallery
Troopers report a Leandra’s Law arrest in Batavia * Pennsylvania man dies in motorcycle crash in Alexander * Cuomo signs more gun reform legislation
When Labor Day started, the Batavia Muckdogs knew a win would get the team in the playoffs, but they needed help from Mahoning Valley.
The operator, Frank L. Eckart, 65 of Saegertown, PA lost control and was ejected from the motorcycle then died from his injuries on Sunday
Judge Road resident jailed for strangulation * Ross Street man accused of assault with a weapon * Brantley Gilbert Concert ends in four arrests
First-place Batavia Muckdogs fell to Auburn, 3-1 and West Virginia, who is tied with Batavia for first, lost to Mahoning Valley, 11-1.
Serious injury accident in Elba * Ross Street man jailed for assault with a weapon * Oakfield man jailed under Leandra’s Law
Nic Ready has been called the best Major League Baseball prospect on the Batavia Muckdogs roster this season.
CR Blazin Beauty moved up to the $11,000 Open II and left the field chasing her once again as she won by open lengths in track record time.
Four arrested in Pearl Street drug bust in Batavia * Batavia parolee busted for bringing drugs into jail * Cuomo sending help to Florida ahead of Hurricane
The United Way of Genesee County (UWGC) invites agencies and organizations who qualify as a 501c3 to submit their intent to apply for a UWGC’s 2020 Community Impact funding allocation (formerly known as Building Blocks).
The Batavia Muckdogs were involved in a second straight exciting extra innings game in just a 13-hour span, but came out on the losing end of a 5-4 contest Thursday.
NY Lawmakers allowed outside incomes * Inmate appears for assaulting an Officer * Batavia woman busted for buying booze in Bergen
Both fillies will be back at Batavia Downs on Saturday (Sept. 14) for the $1.8 million NYSS Night of Champions.
The Batavia Muckdogs season and first-place was down to three outs Wednesday at West Virginia as Batavia trailed 6-4 in the ninth.
Four year old boy drowns in a LeRoy swimming pool * Life sentence for convicted Murderer in Batavia * Perry mother arrested under Leandra’s Law
Hawley is joining fellow legislators in co-sponsoring a bill that will protect New York state drivers from Cuomo’s proposed $25 mandated fee
Batavia woman jailed for assault with a knife * Development in legal case against Congressman Collins * Cuomo supports increase pay for inmates
Invites members of the public to share concerns and ideas
The Muckdogs (38-31) move 1.5 games ahead of West Virginia (36-22) and two games ahead of State College (36-33) in the race for the first place and the playoffs in the New York-Penn League Pinckney Division.
Man suffers serious burns following a Batavia fire * Lockport woman killed in Darien crash * Slipknot concert leads to eleven arrests
Women’s Soccer Starts Season with Back-to-Back Shutouts
Men’s Soccer Starts Season 2-0
Barros de Souza and Ashworth Named Genesee Athletes of the Week
City of Batavia Fire Department will be flushing / testing fire hydrants in the general area of North of Main Street and West of Bank Street.
The operator of the 2017 Buick, Shirley Bane, 68 of Lockport, NY was pronounced at the scene by the Genesee County Coroner
Batavia dropped a game to the Williamsport Crosscutters, to start a three-game home stand but retained the half-game lead of first place as West Virginia lost on Sunday as well.
Mr. Amico had a career as a builder, but he was also heavily involved in harness racing in western New York for over 55 years.
Deadly two car crash in Darien * Medina man arrested following train crash in Corfu * Tonawanda man jailed for two year old stabbing in the City
Quincy Blue Chip (Chapter Seven-Sirenuse) had a big night at Batavia Downs on Friday night (Aug. 23).
The pressure was on the Batavia Muckdogs to win and keep slim first place lead in the New York-Penn League Pinckney Division.
New Red Flag gun law now in effect * Troopers bust Rochester resident for bail jumping in Alabama * BCSD Foundation Engraved Brick deadline
The Batavia Downs is hosting a Hambletonian finalist and Dan Patch Award winner all in the same night, Saturday (Aug. 24)
Overdose Awareness Day activities are from 4 to 7:30 p.m. next Wednesday Aug. 28 at Austin Park on Jefferson Avenue in Batavia.
The “Dog Days of Summer” at Batavia Downs doesn’t only refer to the weather. It also means it’s time for the annual Genesee Feeds Wiener Dog races.
For the better part of eight innings Thursday night, the Batavia Muckdogs were in danger dropping out of first place.
Former SUNY Geneseo student accused of Sexual Abuse * Warsaw woman faces felony grand larceny * Last call to apply for council at-large seat
Eugene Jankowski Visits GCC on September 16, 2019
Friday (Aug. 23) beginning at 6 p.m., the track will feature a $35,000 guaranteed pool on the early Pick-5 wager that runs from race one to race five.
A short but select group of entrants will compete in one race for the winner’s share of the $118,800 up for grabs
Walking and Biking Enthusiasts Invited to Community Discussion
Seven players were in the New York-Penn League All-Star game Wednesday night and tonight Batavia plays at Dwyer Stadium at 7:05 p.m.
The History Club at Genesee Community College has released an exciting line-up for the Fall 2019 Historical Horizons Lecture Series.
Little Joke took it upon herself to win the $12,500 fillies and mares Open I Handicap pace at Batavia Downs on Wednesday afternoon (Aug. 21)
Former BHS Basketball star receives prison sentence * Batavia man arrested for possessing razor blade behind bars * Hutchins Street man jailed for slashing tires
Ayala was sentenced to 5 years in prison to be followed by 5 years post release supervision.
Fire hydrants will be flushed on Aug 22 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on E. Main St., State Street, Oak St., Washington Avenue and Richmond Avenue.
Residents who want to dispose of materials at the Saturday, September 14 collection in Batavia must have an appointment in order to attend
Rochester man faces indictment for Ross Street murder * Warsaw man charged with manslaughter * Woman arrested for hit and run in Wyoming County
Wednesday afternoon (Aug. 21) at 5 p.m., the track will feature a $10,000 guaranteed pool on the early Pick-5 wager that runs from race one to race five.
Monroe County resident arrested on several felony charges including Leandra’s Law after a traffic stop involving a three year old.
Late Blight was detected in Genesee County on August 16.
Genesee Soccer Teams Both in Top 10 of NJCAA Preseason Polls
The Muckdogs used a balk and a 3-run home run to hold off Mahoning Valley, 8-6 on Monday night.
Fatal motorcycle accident in Pembroke under investigation * Serrano sentenced to maximum * Crash in Byron ends in arrest for Bergen man
Black Is Back took full advantage of post one in Saturday night’s Open Handicap pace at Batavia Downs, going gate to wire in impressive fashion
Ortt in Batavia announcing run for Congress * Troopers locate vehicle in Sheldon hit and run * Construction starting on Veterans Cemetery in Pembroke
The 2019 season for the first-place Batavia Muckdogs has been a special one at Dwyer Stadium. Now, add the all-star game to the memories.
The Batavia Muckdogs lead in the New York-Penn Pickney Division is down to a half game after a 9-3 loss to West Virginia on Friday night.
Effective immediately the is a water shut down on Walnut Street from the City line to Law Street for a repair to a broken water main.
A very game Wheels A Turning overcame the weather, a slow start and a breaking horse to score a decisive victory
New forensic evidence in Wyoming County hit and run * Corfu man with protection order busted trying to buy a gun * Seven Muckdogs make all-stars
A dark colored vehicle swerved into the lawn striking both girls and killing the Australian Shepard
34 year old John R. Chasey of Dansville was pronounced deceased at the scene
71 year old David Farr is charged with Possessing a Sexual Performance by a Child
Friday night (Aug. 16) at Batavia Downs is noteworthy for two reasons
Warsaw man sentenced to prison for violent child porn * Rochester man busted for domestic on 490 in Bergen * Darien man jailed for child porn
The Downs will be hosting a panel discussion and Q & A session with players from 1969 World Champion New York Mets.
GCASA is in the process of purchasing the former Bohn’s Restaurant on Clinton Street Road to convert it to a gathering place for those in recovery
Tonight is First Responders Night as all first responders get two free tickets
Indictment issued for attack on Ellicott Street with a hammer * Three arrested at Beck Concert * Ellicott Street man behind bars for domestic incident
A Cheektowaga man was arrested for allegedly punching another patron and breaking their glasses
New Nursing Scholarship Fund and Excellence Award Established
Impaired Driving Crackdown runs August 14th – September 2nd
Standoff in LeRoy ends in arrest for a parolee * Council disappointed with Ellicott Station progress * County lawmen taking part in Labor Day Crackdown
Pups in the Park Tuesday; First Responders Night coming Thursday
LeRoy Parolee jailed for beating a woman * Irondequoit man arrested for drugs in Stafford * Family members arrested at Bryan Adams Concert
Fire crews have temporarily shut down Main between Cary Avenue and Bennett Avenue through Oakfield.
Telephone Road between Sandpit Road and Route 98 will be closed from August 13th through August 27th.
The Genesee County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an incident in the Town of Darien involving a cow intentionally being shot and killed.
Parolee in the Village of LeRoy arrested for a violent domestic/assault
This year’s figures represent the highest number of NYSPHSAA member schools recognized for their academic achievements.
Joey Pro scored another win, but this time in the top-class $12,500 Open Handicap trotting feature at the oldest lighted harness track in North America.
Batavia’s pitching staff and clutch hitting led the Muckdogs to a 5-0 shutout of Mahoning Valley Sunday
Nate McMurray announces another run for Congress * Rochester resident arrested on Bank Street * City Police alert to dangers of BB and Airsoft guns
There was minor injury reported with tons of trash strewn all over the roadway
GCC invites visual artists to submit their work for possible exhibition at GCC’s Rosalie “Roz” Steiner Art Gallery
Assemblyman Steve Hawley is to hold a series of town hall meetings throughout Monroe County on Saturday, August 24th.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is providing a $5,900,000 loan and a $3,058,000 grant to the town of Bergen in Genesee County.
The race for the Pinckney Division lead in the New York-Penn League is getting hot as August as the Batavia Muckdogs lost and West Virginia picked up at least one win on Thursday.
Lengthy prison sentence for child porn producer in Dansville * Byron traffic stop leads to drug arrest for an Attica man * Solar farm plan struck down
The City of Batavia Republican Committee is seeking City Republicans who are interested in being considered for the Committee’s recommendation for Council At-Large.
The New York Sire Stakes 2-year-old colt and gelding trotters invaded the Downs on Wednesday and they did some damage to the record book
The Batavia Muckdogs ended a three-game losing streak with a doubleheader sweep of the Williamsport Crosscutters by identical scores of 6-3 on Wednesday night.
Mexican man busted in Warsaw faces life in prison * Hochul unveils new GLOW career program * GCASA Social Center location gains approval
Elba onion growers received an Excellence in Integrated Pest Management Award from the New York State Integrated Pest Management Program
Contribution Is Highest Amount Given To Niagara County In 20 Years
Prosecutors drop three charges against Collins * Holley man sentenced for felony gun possession * UMMC League celebrates 50th anniversary
The annual event will be held Tuesday, August 6, at the St. Anthony’s facility on Liberty Street between 6 – 8 p.m.
The Batavia Muckdogs ran into the hottest team in the New York-Penn League on Monday, falling to the Williamsport Crosscutters, 9-3.
Deputies chase alleged drug dealer in Bergen traffic stop * Just one arrest reported at Breaking Benjamin * Batavia has a new Assistant City Manager
Byron-Bergen High School named 2019 Best High School by U.S. News & World Report
The two suspects have been contacted and rectified the situation.
Despite the loss, the Muckdogs (29-20) still have a four game lead in the New York Penn-League Pinckney Division
Hutchins St. landlord accused of choking tenant * Darien woman arrested over twice the legal limit * Sen. Schumer calls for vote on a gun control bill
It will be a homecoming of sorts for Akron, New York native Chris Oakes when he brings two powerful members of his now Wilkes-Barre, PA based stable to Batavia Downs on Sunday
The five-game win streak for the first place Batavia Muckdogs is intact thanks to another clutch performance from Nic Ready.
The event will be held next Tuesday August 6, 2019 from 5:30pm to 8pm at Bullard Park, Albion
Oakfield man arrested for Endangerment after overdose * Man arrested for taping child at Kingdom Bound * 17 arrested at the Dierks Bentley
Agency also accepts application from Wendt Propane
Second straight year Batavia is represented in the Hall
The Muckdogs defeated the Tri City ValleyCats, 4-1 to sweep all three games of the series on the road.
Men’s Soccer Releases 2019 Schedule
Invites members of the public to share concerns and ideas
The grant was awarded through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Head Start Projects Program
Man arrested for taping a child at Kingdom Bound * City man arrested for impersonating police * Beach at Darien Lakes State Park shut down for E. coli
Women’s Soccer Releases 2019 Slate
It was a total team effort in the top tier races at Batavia Downs on Wednesday (July 31)
It is the third straight win for the first place Muckdogs who are 27-18.
APD hope to ID armed suspects after releasing video * Huffing in Batavia lands a Warsaw man in lock-up * Cuomo’s campaign on firearm restriction
Albion PD is continuing to investigate the attempted robbery that occurred at the Crosby’s North convenience store
Representatives from Batavia Downs have announced that Michele Ladd, the Founder of National Veteran Resources, will be bringing their 32ft wrapped RV to the Tanya Tucker Concert this Friday, August 2nd at Batavia Downs.
Tuesday night, the Muckdogs won not only a close game, but a game that was stopped because of rain after six innings.
Jury finds Richard Hanes guilty of murder * Dansville community mourns the loss of four teens * Two new gun laws signed by Cuomo
The first week of live racing at Batavia Downs produced some very impressive numbers for betting and attendance, showing a dramatic spike over last year.
These items were recovered during the investigation of a rash of larcenies from vehicles,
Liberty Street murder case nears end * Attempted armed robbery in Albion * Former Darien town judge running for Congress
Two suspects entered the store and displayed a handgun and demanded money from store employees.
Batavia at 25-18 holds a two-game lead over 22-19 West Virginia in the Pinckney Division
Fatal skydiving accident in Perry * Defense witnesses to testify in Liberty Street murder trial * Police seeking assistance in rollover on Liberty Street
The Batavia Muckdogs dropped a tough home game to Williamsport, 5-3 Friday night.
Sheriff William A. Sheron, Jr. is pleased to announce the 2nd Annual Genesee County Sheriff’s Office Teen Academy Graduating Class
Alleged sex abuse of minors at Darien Lake * 2nd Annual Genesee County Sheriff’s Office Teen Academy * Muckdogs fall to Crosscutters
Batavia Downs Staff Member part of Winning Conference Competition Team
The LeRoy Women of the Moose are providing 8 scholarships.
Effective, July 29, 2019, there will be a single lane closure on Creek Road
Batavia is now in first place at 24-16 and West Virginia is 21-17, taking 2-of-3 from the Muckdogs.
The bricks will be located in front of the weight room and will be a “River Red” color.
Buffalo man jailed for sex abuse at Six Flags * Testimony continues in Liberty Street murder trial * Engraved bricks offered at VanDetta Stadium
Two home runs were not enough on Wednesday for Batavia as they fell to the West Virginia Black Bears, 8-2.
Wyoming County Sheriff reports the death of an inmate * Details in Liberty Street murder trial emerge * Octogenarian arrested for slugging roommate
The Muckdogs (24-14) are back in a battle with Lowell (23-12) for the best overall record in the league.
Homecoming ceremony honors a local War Hero * Greece resident busted with multiple drugs in a Byron traffic stop * Cuomo signs revenge porn law
Batavia Downs will celebrate their opening night of the 2019 live racing season on Wednesday (July 24)
Batavia (23-14) is in first place in the New York-Penn League Pinckney Division.
Thirty Three arrested at Whiz Khalifa Concert * David Bellavia will be honored in Batavia today * New York becomes first state to ban cat declawing
The 73rd season of live harness racing at Batavia Downs gets underway on Wednesday (July 24), runs through Saturday (Dec. 14)
The Muckdogs ended a 3-game win streak with a 5-4 loss to Mahoning Valley on Sunday.
LeRoy resident arrested after attempting to fight with a Deputy * Guests left stranded on Darien Lake ferris wheel * Muckdogs split series with Mahoning Valley
Batavia (19-12) hosts the Auburn Doubledays at 7:05 p.m. tonight at Dwyer Stadium.
Registration for the annual “Dachshund Dash” wiener dog races begins today and will remain open until entry capacity is met.
All residents are welcome to attend to discuss local issues and to express any questions or concerns they might have.
Cuomo signs Farm Laborers Fair Practices Act * Pair in Stafford busted for pot growing operation * Six injured in a two car crash in Darien
Campaign fund infusion hints at another run for Congressman Collins * Rochester man ID’d after being found near Point Breeze * ICE raids in Orleans County
31 year old Edward R. Bancroft has been located and is in police custody.
Reynolds returns to Batavia with two home runs in Muckdogs win over Lowell, 8-6
Ross Street resident behind bars for threats with a phony pistol * Larceny in Batavia lands a Bergen man in lock-up for drugs * Peaceful rally planned in Batavia
Shared lane markings are high-visibility pavement markings that help position bicyclists within the travel lane.
Batavia returns home from road trip in first place; late HR lifts State College to win
Troopers search for suspect possibly in Wyoming County * Push for Bellavia to run for congress * Upgrades continue at the Genesee County Airport
Milton Smith II went 5-for-6 to up his average to .423 on the season.
GCEDC to consider incentives for million dollar expansion in Batavia * East Main Street man busted for drug dealing * Deputies looking into abuse of kitten
Genesee Women’s Lacrosse Signs Lauren Diegert to Letter Of Intent
Jack Strunc had another strong game for the Muckdogs on defense and with a hit and a run on offense.
Warsaw man killed in Pavilion crash * North Street resident jailed without bail for alleged assault * Batavia man in lock-up after drunk driving accident
Hitting, pitching lead first-place Batavia Muckdogs to 4-1 win
Batavia man locked-up for burglary after being banned from Walmart * LeRoy PD arrest parolee for string of larcenies * Bank street woman busted for “shooting up”
Annual STOP-DWI Night at the Ballpark on Wednesday, July 17th at Dwyer Stadium. The first 200 youth under 16 can get in free to the event.
Horseman should be advised this is the last call to turn in a stall application for the upcoming 2019 Championship summer/fall meet.
Suspected vehicle thief in LeRoy is behind bars * House fire on Hutchins Street lands two in the hospital * Batavia man lands in lock-up for Walmart burglary
Invites members of the public to share concerns and ideas
Vehicle thefts continue in LeRoy * Funds flow in for renovations at ARC facility * Troopers announce statewide crack down for July 4th holiday
Thefts have now apparently evolved into actual thefts of the vehicle when the keys are left inside
35 year old Joseph Ruise of North Clinton Street Rochester was arrested on multiple counts of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance
City Police bust two for drug dealing in Batavia * Holley woman arrested in Batavia for repeatedly providing false ID * Rochester man arrested for roughing up middle schooler in Batavia
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
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
LeRoy woman’s death under Investigation after crash in Pavilion * Local primary results are in * Bellavia adorned with Medal of Honor
Primary Elections today * Batavia’s David Bellavia is being honored in Washington, DC today * Proposal for SRO in Batavia to be considered by Council
“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
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
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
“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’
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
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
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
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
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