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County Public Health director not getting the PPE he needs * Gov orders masks / face covering starting tomorrow * Byron man gets caught with hand in candy jar

Three new COVID-19 cases, all individuals reside in Batavia * Orleans County also records three new cases

Individual was over 65 and lived in the central part of county

One new case of COVID-19 in Batavia * Number of cases in New York State now over 200,000 * Salvation Army reports emergency food supplies are limited

One new positive case in Genesee County, total now is 77, Two new cases in Orleans County, total now is 31

Genesee County: Two new cases, total of 76 * Orleans County: One new case, total of 29

Genesee County reports four more cases on Saturday (Apr 11) * Orleans County reports two new cases on Saturday

High wind warning, gusts could reached 70mph * COVID-19 testing lags due to lack of swap kits * Answer the “Private Caller” if waiting for unemployment

Seven new positive cases in Genesee County, none in Orleans County

Nine new local COVID-19 infections * Federal Detention Center in Batavia reports four coronavirus cases * Golf courses must stay closed

Nine new positive cases in Genesee County * total is now 63 cases * Three are under the age of 20.

City police investigate hit and run * COVID-19 cases up by 11 in latest count * 300 families helped by pop-up food pantry

11 new cases in Genesee County * 54 cases total * 31 in three days

Local COVID-19 cases double in 48 hours * Homemade masks helpful but but not perfect * new high school graduation requirements

Local cases double in two days * most traced to people not following guidlines *

Genesee County positive COVID-19 cases jumps by 10 * Most new cases traced to employee of a local business that went to work while sick * City of Batavia cracks down on use of parks

Emergency Alerts will be received on your cellular telephone

Restrictions wikll be “enforced”

Genesee County adds 10 new cases of COVID-19, largest one day increase

Corona Convoy rumbles through Genesee County * Cuomo says COVID-19 could be at or near its peak in NY *

The number is 1-800-942-6906

One new case reported in Genesee County, two in Orleans County

COVID-19 positive cases up by four in Genesee County * health department will notify public if a positive case has been exposed to the general public * reaction to mandatory equipment confiscation of equipment for downstate

Four new positive COVID-19 cases in Genesee County * all under the age of 65 * Three new positive cases in Orleans County

Chris Collins granted delay to start his prison term * One new positive COVID-19 case in Genesee County * LeRoy company steps up in need for ventilators

One new positive case reported in Genesee County, total is now 17 cases * No new cases for Orleans County, total remains at 6

Chris Collins asks to delay prison sentence * Genesee County COVID-19 infections now 16 * Plans for new county jail put on hold

Three new positive COVID-19 cases In Genesee County * All under age 65 * Orleans County: no new positive cases

Hours: 8AM to 2PM Monday thru Friday

One new COVID-19 cases reported in Genesee County, also one new case in Orleans County * HOLM offers museum activities on-line * Pembroke Schools plan “Thinking of You” parafe for this Friday

As of 2PM Tuesday, March 31 – One new positive case of COVID-19 in Genesee County and one new case in Orleans County

In response to COVID-19, programming available to caregivers and families

Walking path open, use proper social distance

Person over 65 is Genesee County’s first COVID-19 death * 1,200 deaths across New York * New poll gives NY Governor high marks for handling outbreak

Patient was over the age of 65 and lived in the eastern part of Genesee County

Part of COVID-19 prevention

Genesee County COVID-19 infection increases by one * Cuomo delivers dire death estimate * gasoline prices drop in WNY

One new case of COVID-19 reported Saturday evening, total is now eight cases. This person is under 65 and is under mandatory isolation at home.

Comments from Paul Pettit, Public Health Director and Dan Ireland, President of UMMC

Three new cases of Coronavirus reported in Genesee County, total is now seven

One patient is under 65, the other is over 65 * both are hospitalized * Latest information released today

Position: Environmental Education Assistant Internship

Yard Waste Station will remain closed until further notice due to COVID-19

Genesee County has received one new case of COVID-19

Latest Update issued 4PM Tuesday, March 24, 2020

City also issues proactive safety measures for citizens and first responders

Customers may be eligible for Home Energy Assistance Program

Latest guidance from Genesee Orleans Health Departments and New York State Health Dept

“Be prepared, not scared”

Two dogs perished in a house fire on State Street

Emergency Toll Procedures Implemented to Protect Toll Collectors and Motorists,
Cash Customers Will Receive a Bill in the Mail Instead of Paying Cash Until Further Notice

Stll only one confirmed case in Genesee County, but more are under quarantine

New date will be announced by Chamber of Commerce

Effective 4:30PM on March 17 and in effect for five days

The resident is over 65 years old and is in mandatory isolation at home and recovering

Food Pantry distribution cancelled for April 1, emergency food distribution available

City Ice Rick will also close until further notice.

Batavia Downs Gaming and all WROTB Branches to close at 8PM Monday (Mar 17) until further notice

Measures implemented to help prevent spread of Corona Virus

Youth Center on Liberty St. to remain closed until further notice

Officers will practice “social distancing” techniques

The plan details food distribution, instructional resources while schools are closed, staff reporting and building access

All RRH facilities to reschedule elective surgeries through March 29 in response to COVID 19

State of Emergency declared, schools close until further notice.

Still no confirmed cases of COVID 19 virus in county

City issues guidance about facilities cleaning and additional services during flu season and Coronavirus.

New York State Public High School Athletic Association postpones boys and girls regional and state championships.

Eight hospital workers in Westchester County are being tested

Libertarian inserts himself in McMurray v. Jacobs debate * Shelby woman jailed for felony Assault with a Weapon * ND Coach Rapone going for 700th win

Annual fundraising walk to be held in Batavia on Oct 3

The GCASA Foundation is accepting applications for its annual scholarship, which is open to Genesee and Orleans County students entering college this fall.

Native of Western New York promoted to Troop A Commander

Suspect sought in weekend chase on Oak and Charles Streets * Advice from BPD when making financial transactions with unknown persons * Rochester Philharmonic winds Grammy – hear it for yourself

Car theft arrest in Town of Batavia * County GOP endorses candidates * Sheriff’s Office names Officer of the Year

Officer of the year: Inv. Christopher Parker; Distinguished Services; Dispatcher Steven Robinson

Warrant issued for Batavia woman who stopped payment restitution * Rochester man admits to killing a Good Samaritan in Batavia * GOP leaders to meet this weekend to decide on Congressional candidate

Local officials oppose Cuomo’s Medicaid proposal * Another Republican enters 27th Congressional race * Genesee County Dems seek candidates

Four county wide offices need Democrat candidates

Cuomo outlines state budget proposal, calls for a “redesign of Medicaid * Bills Hall of Famer endorses a candidate for NY 27th congressional seat

County clerk opposes “Green Light Law” * Batavia Downs reveals summer concert series acts * Collins to be sentenced tomorrow

Headliners are announced for an eight concert series this summer at Batavia Downs

Assemblyman Steve Hawley joins with Assembly Minority Leader Will Barclay to repeal bail reform law

Fatal crash in Alexander follows police chase * woman arrested for attacking security guards at Downs * Prosecutors call for Collins to get 5 years in prison

Two weather watches posted for our area * new chair selected for county legislature * 10,000 flu cases in NYS

Cuomo lays out agenda for 2020 * Republican, like Steve Hawley, react * New director for Genesee Co Office for the Aging

A band of Lake Affect Snow will affect Southwestern Genesee, Wyoming and East Central Erie Counties

13 yr. olds plea guilty to threatening Albion Middle School * GCEDC ponders big tax breaks for long delayed Ellicott Station project * Chamber announces 2019 award winners

Batavia Police ask for info about missing woman * Hawley says he will not seek Assembly Minority Leader post * Flu gets worse in NYS

Albion man arrested for shooting at sports bar * Bills take on Texans in wildcard match-up

Batavia man gets 2-years in prison for threatening police officer * Dogs and puppies perish in Stafford house fire * Bail reform costly to Genesee County taxpayers

Some snow in the forecast * North St., LeRoy to close Thursday and Friday * case of road rage in Batavia

Power restored to 2,200 National Grid customers in county * Cuomo increases security in Orthodox Jewish neighborhoods statewide * Bills to play Houston on Saturday

Second democrat announces for 61st State Senate seat * Looking for cause of Christmas Eve fire * Minimum wage goes up next week

A tractor-trailer rollover in Caledonia has led to the death of a Genesee County man. The crash occurred on state Route 20 near Route 5. 55 year old Richard Ishmael of Bergen was pronounced dead at the scene Friday morning. Deputies say Ishmaels’ rig left the roadway while making a turn and rolled over trapping […]

New part-time city court judge appointed * Winter Weather Advisory posted for Wednesday * Collins reaches settlement with SEC

City continues to wait for EWllicott Station progress * Batavia PD warns Holiday shoppers * Schumer pushes FAA for more airline legroom

Ranzenhofer will not seek re-election to State Senate * Child predator pleads guilty to state charges * Houseknechts honored for for service and philanthropy

Will not seek re-election next year, has served six terms

Batavia man faces 20 years in Federal prison for taking 14-year old girl across state lines * Two Albion men jailed on felony drug charges * Center Street Smokehouse turns 20

Local police agencies collect toys for Christmas

Malone out of Catholic Diocese, new administrator named * Muckdogs praise congressional effort to save minor league teams * Bill’s playoff tix go on sale

Malone to seek early retirement * City Hall phones fixed * adopt a fire hydrant

Batavia City Fire Chief asks residents to clear snow from hydrants near their home of business

Ceremony will be held Dec 20 in the City Courtroom at 1 West Main

State Street man jailed without bail for Assault * Batavia burglary leads to arrest for a LeRoy resident * Leroy man indicted for sexual abuse

Violent domestic in Corfu * AAA honors Albion PD * Bills to play on Sunday Night Football, Dec 15

Black Friday in Batavia * New charges for Liberty St. stand-off suspect

High Wind Warning posted for Genesee County * New info on Allegany Co. double murder * Cuomo spends Holiday in PR

State Troopers to crack down on impaired and reckless driving over the Thanksgiving holiday

How to control Batavia’s deer population * High Wind Watch posted for tomorrow * Big Pauly makes his last pie

Vest was donated by national organization

High Wind Watch posted on Wednesday * Funeral set for Allegany County couple allegedly killed by their son * Forecast high winds threaten Macy’s balloons

Allegany County teen charged with double murder * Biden favored by NY Democrats * Holland Land Office Museum begins “Wonderland of Trees”

City looks for new part-time judge * Two local businesses get national recognition * Pickles in the midst of fracas

Batavia Police identify standoff suspect * Schumer on possible loss of Muckdogs * Albion parents express concern over school safety

Suspect arrested upon release from hospital and jailed without bail

20-hour standoff ends peacefully on Liberty St. * Muckdogs remain silent on possible loss of affiliation, Minor League Baseball says 2020 season for the Muckdogs is in tact – the future “is a subject of negotiation”

After nearly 20 hours the Liberty Street Stand-off has come to an end this morning. According to our news partner The Batavian the male subject was coaxed out of the residence by Detective Kevin Czora at around 9 this morning and walked to an ambulance about a block away from the scene. More on this […]

Stand-off continues on Liberty Street, man armed with a pellet gun taking shots at police * Major League Baseball announces proposal to eliminate 42 minor league teams, The New York Times reports the Muckdogs are on the list

Proposal would cut 42 teams from the minor leagues

BCSD super search down to three, one is a Batavia native * Another hat in the 27th congressional ring * Change of venue for Section 5 8-man football championship

Meeting Sat. Nov 16 at YMCA

New child car seat law in effect * Billy Joel comes to New Era Field

Effective Nov 1, 2019 children under 2yrs must be in rear facing car seats

Weather conditions to deteriorate this evening * Winter Storm Warning in effect until 6AM Tuesday * Gasoline prices hold steady

First sectional win since 2012

Intruder shot during home invasion in critical condition * Rogers wins City Court judgeship * Results from other 2019 Elections

Homeowner shoots suspect with long gun, suspect flown to Rochester hospital

Most local elections were unopposed

In what is still an unofficial vote tally, it appears that Republican Durin Rogers has defeated Democrat Benjamin Bonarigo in the race for Batavia City Court Judge. Vote totals reported by the Board of Elections at 10:30 Tuesday night gave Rogers a victory by 215 votes. Vote Totals: Rogers: 1,662;   Bonarigo 1,447 The numbers are […]

Opening Gala set for November 22

Election Day tomorrow: Batavia City Court Judge to be elected, other races listed along with polling places, new director of BDC named

Batavia City Court Judge, City Council Wards and all County Legslators face election

Served as Clerk-Treasurer for the Village of Oakfield

Windy weather calms down, power restored * Elba man acquitted on child sex charges * County EDC approves tax breaks for LeRoy project

Trick or Treating in Batavia: could be tricky and not much of a treat * The Bergen House gets national Halloween attention

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

High wind Watch for Halloween * Plane crash in LeRoy remains under investigation * Former Sabre star has cancer

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

Use the time change this weekend to change batteries in smoke detectors * City FD will check yours for proper use

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

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

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

Cuomo & nearby governors hold Pot / vaping summit * Warsaw man arrested for Town of Alexander burglary * Sabres drop one to Anaheim

State Senator cites Roger’s “experience, judicial temperament and integrity”

Success of methadone therapy at GCASA’s OTP clinic ‘exceeds expectations’

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

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

Odom innocent in stabbing of Ray Leach * Odom says he just wants to get out of town * Vape Shops get a temporary reprieve

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

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

Chris Collins resigns from Congress, will plead guilty tomorrow to insider trading * Genesee County EDC considers more tax breaks for Darien Lake

Will plead guilty to charges of insider stock trading

ATV collided with a chain barricade

Social Media threat closes LeRoy Schools * United Way announces goal and campaign chairs * Bills meet Pats on Sunday

Perry man charged with 1st Degree Rape * Man accused of setting fire to his Batavia girlfriend found mentally competent * Cuomo considers new recreational pot policy

A July 4 fire that injured two people on Hutchins St. remains under investigation

City woman accused of assaulting young son twice over the past years * House fire in Ontario County leaves two dead * SUNY to offer in-state tuition to Hurricane victims

Deputies find animal remains dumped in a Byron cornfield * City Council to take another two years to deal with new police station * County jobless rate creeps up but still historically low

Gasoline prices rise on the first day of fall * Rogers picks up “crucial” endorsement * Bills 3-0 as they prepare for the Pats

Arrest made in Speedway hold-up * Gasoline prices dip in WNY * Cuomo bans flavored vapes

Two stake and three track records were rewritten during the night led by 2-year-old trotting filly Hypnotic Am

Diocease of Rochester files for Bankruptcy * Legal ruling goes against Congressman Collins * VanDetta Stadium ready to its first game

Blue Bell Bonnie has been one of the toughest mares competing at Batavia Downs this season.

Dash to the finish line at new VanDetta stadium * Orleans County couple boost candy from Tops * Cuomo joins bikers in memorial to 9-11

Pick-up crashes into GCASA, spares smokers * New councilman at-large at City Hall * Bishop Malone watched by higher authority

Muckdogs lose to Lowell Spinners 4 to 3 in extra innings

DOT nixes plans for roundabout in Alabama * Cuomo signs new gun control measure * Muckdogs home playoff game tonight

Muckdogs playoff tix on sale today * Pennsylvania killed in Alexander crash * New York State Fair sets attendance record

For youth ages 9 – 16 * located in former St. Anthony’s School

Hanes gets 25 to life in death of Ray Morgan * 4 yr. old drowns in LeRoy swimming pool * Batavia woman jailed in suspected stabbing

Four year old boy dies from apparent accidental drowning

Train strikes pick-up in Corfu * Lockport woman killed in Darien Crash * Ginsberg in Buffalo

Tire slasher suspect in jail * Union St. closed until Sept 13 * Muckdogs home for six game series

Union St. from West Main to Richmond and from Richmond to Oak St. will remain closed until Sept 13

Erie County man killed in Pembroke motorcycle crash * Boyfriend charged with burning girlfriend’s she-shed * Genesee County announced bridge closings

Deputies say Beach became upset with live-in girlfriend, damaged her vehicle and set fire to her she-shed

Assemblyman Hawley will tour several farms across the counties of Genesee, Orleans & Monroe in the towns of Elba, Churchville, Kendall and Kent this Thursday, August 22nd.

Contract awarded for Vets Cemetery in Pembroke * Ortt wants Collin’s seat in Congress * Gas prices continue to slide in WNY

Irving, NY woman gets two consecutive 2 to 7 year terms for last summer’s hit and run fatality in Pembroke

Flushing Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

Trash spills in Stafford * Confirmed cases of measles in Wyoming County * City GOP looks for city council candidate

Rachel Tabelski to be appointed Assistant City Manager, will require husband Adam to resign from City Council

Jury finds Hanes guilty of Second Degree Murder in beating death last summer of Ray Morgan.

Testimony ends in Richard Hanes murder trial * Cuomo reduces penalty for pot possession * Skydiving accident claims life of Bergen man

A craftily rated second quarter provided success at the end of the mile for Black Is Back who went gate to wire in the $12,500 Open Handicap pace

Testimony continues in murder trial of Richard Hanes * inmate dies in Wyoming County custody * Bills begin training camp

Bricks to be located in front of weight room at new stadium

Jury is selected to hear the murder case against Richard Hanes * Ellicott St man busted for growing “potted: plants on his roof * Justice for Children Advocacy Center to hold Open House

City of Batavia to recognize Medal of Honor Recipient David Bellavia

Two injured, both taken to ECMC * Route 5 closed for several hours, now open

Muckdogs shortstop Dalvy Rosario goes deep in the hole to throw out a runner by half a step on Thursday. Rosario went 3-for-5 with a RBI double.

Collins kick starts possible re-election campaign * NWS issues an Excessive Heat Watch for Orleans and Livingston Counties * NYS elevates legal age to buy smokes

Proceeds benefit the Arc of Genesee Orleans

Body discovered last weekend in Lake Ontario has been identified * Collins proposes “Red Light” Law, will penalize states that grant licenses to illegals * Batavia Speedway robber gets 2 to 4 years

Electrical problem is blamed * damage held to a ninimum

The Batavia Muckdogs won, 3-1 in Vermont Sunday to remain in first place in the New York Penn-League Pinckney Division.

Body discovered in Lake Ontario off the shore of Point Breeze * Gas prices hold steady * Day 3 of the Genesee County Fair

BATAVIA – After taking the first two games of the series against the Boston Red Sox from club Lowell Spinners, the Batavia Muckdogs were in position to take over the best overall record int he New York-Penn League. However, the Spinners showed why they are in the top spot by scoring two big runs in […]

Arby’s robber gets 10 years in prison * Jennifer Urvizu-Hanlon sentenced to two years in connection with 2018 incident on Central Avenue * Crossroads House unable to take any more donations for Garage Sale

Batavia Arby’s robber gets 10 years in state prison * Crossroads House, “No more Garage Sale donations, please” * Muckdogs battle for first place in NYP League

Michael Piasta sentenced to 10 years in state prison and 10 more years on supervised release

Reward offered for information into death of kitten * Construction of mall roof to begin in September * Warning to Wegman’s shoppers: beware of fake coupon

First-place Batavia Muckdogs take second straight from top team in the New York-Penn League

Mall roof construction to begin in September * Police investigate vandalism at mall * Woman remains hospitalized from Hutchins St. fire

Police release photos of persons they want to talk to

Cuomo signs law giving equal pay to women soccer players in NY * Campaign to draft Bellavia for Congress * Muckdogs drop one to State College

Kitten thrown from cars, dies * County Airport cashes in for Federal funds * Muckdogs continue to win

The 8-week old female tiger cat had to be euthanized

Saile Dr. warehouse to expand, with $156,000 in tax breaks * Deputies seek information about kitten thrown from car * Muckdogs still on top of division

Kitten suffered “severe injuries” when thrown from the window of car on Route 98 near Saile Dr.

Ari the parrot left home on Dodgeson Rd. this morning

Project would expand warehouse leased by SCP Pools and retain 15 jobs

Fire injures one and burns two families from their homes on Hutchins St. * Special Stop DWI enforcement for July 4th Holiday * Muckdogs draw largest crowd of the season

Woman found guilty of manslaughter in hit and run death in Darien * Bellavia to toss first pitch in Mets / Yankees game * Muckdogs in first place

27 programs/agencies share in donations

Woman found guilty of manslaughter in fatal Darien hit and run * defense fails in attempt to disqualify DA Friedman * Bellavia to toss first pitch as Mets take on Yankees

Gasoline prices tick up in Batavia * LeRoy Police warn residents to lock their cars * Tracy Ave in Batavia to close on Tuesday

Tracy Ave. between North and Hart Streets to close Tuesday (July 2) from 7am to 3pm

House fire reported at 6616 Junction Rd just before 1 a.m. this morning.

Final day of ceremonies for David Bellavia * Investigating cause of deadly crash in Pavilion * Results of City Court primary

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

Washington prepares to award Medal of Honor to Batavia resident * Schumer warns of bad e-cigs * Welcome home Giovanni

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

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.  

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.


June 14, 2019

Muckdogs Home Opener tonight * Local Boys Scouts Council gets a new home * NYS ends religious exemptions for vaccines

State Senate considers ending religious exemption for vaccines * Hawley critical of Green Light Bill * State lawmakers move toward ending the “Pink Tax”

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

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

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.

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

Fire in Stafford leaves home uninhabitable * Deadly training accident at West Point * Sabres introduce new coach

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

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.

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.

Ross St. man stabbed to death helping woman being attacked * Suspect in custody, charged with 2nd Degree Murder

Three persons died, one 4 year old remains in critical condition * SUV carrying nine passengers was struck by a pick-up truck * driver of the pick-up charged with Vehicular Homicide

The Congressman says the H-2A program presents a “crisis” to local farmers

Former BHS basketball star pleads guilty to weapons charge * Building Public awareness of Bank St Crosswalk * Batavia Concert Band back for 94 summer concert series

Cuomo says he will seek re-election * Home stretch for the State Legislature * Genesee County’s unemployment rate dips below 4%

Parades, Ceremonies and Observances listed for Monday, May 27

Mark Dibble found alert and able to walk.

All school budgets approved in Genesee County

School budget voting today * Hawley supports tax exemption for first responders * Bills new running back to wear #32

Mr. Hodgins was a businessman, elected official and artist

State of Emergency in Orleans County * Albion Correctional Officer arrested * Invite goes out for Memorial Day Parade

Legislator, businessman, artist John Hodgins dies at 87 * Warsaw man pleads guilty to child porn charges * Proposed law would ban texting while walking

Kory Doyle, 33, of Warsaw, faces a maximum 20 years in prison

Rogers picks up endorsements in bid for Batavia City Court * Lake Ontario shoreline businesses prepare for possible flooding * should teachers be required to learn to use EpiPens?

Civil War Historian Michael Block recounts fierce battle. Recruits from Albion, Batavia, Lockport and Medina fought

Genesee County Sheriff William Sheron and former Sheriff Gary Maha endorse Durin Rogers for City Court Judge

Richard Ensman, GCC administrator, dies * Batavia City School District voters go to polls May 17, fate of $50.5-million budget to be decided

Open House to be held on Friday, May 17 at Fresenius Kidney Care on Veterans Memorial Drive

County to hold public meeting on plans for new jail * City man charged in 2016 burglaries * NYS legislators reach deal on school bus cameras

Former BCSD Superintendent takes over East Rochester, temporarily * The latest listed of “wanted” by the Genesee County Sheriff * plea accepted in Central Ave melee

Western Region OTB reports record handle for Derby * Chris Collins trial could be delayed * Gasoline prices up again in WNY

Highest Kentucky Derby handle ever

Suspect in attempted murder case incapable of aiding his defense * Orleans County man sentenced for defrauding NYS * Prisoners deployed to protect lake shore from flooding

Alexander Town Clerk arrested for allegedly falsifying her election petitions * Dozier ruled incapable of assisting in own defense * fines could be going up for passing stopped school bus

Celebrating Success and Honoring a Founding Father at Arc Annual Meeting & Awards Banquet

Fire in LeRoy injures one person * Congressman Collins warns about Lake Ontario water levels * NYS lawmakers consider a ban on declawing cats

Collins says water levels are rising 1/2 in. per day, blames International Joint Commission for mismanaging lake levels

Stafford crash claims life of East Bethany man * NYS considers closing loophole in vaccination law * Woodstock 50 is called off

Orleans County D-A explains charges in baby death * NYS considers ban on Puppy Mills * Police conduct drug “take back”

Albion Police make arrest in death of infant * Troopers probe robbery in Oakfield * Bills look for luck in the Draft

Man found guilty of robbing Arby’s * Unemployment rate falls in Genesee County * more NY’ers driving electric vehicles

BPD wants a K-9, but must wait for federal funds * Bomb threat empties UMMC Jerome Center * “Hamilton” opens in Rochester

Locations: Pembroke, Batavia & LeRoy

Cuomo signs plastic bag ban * Gasoline prices up in WNY * Flu cases down

Kelly Rhim of Rochester arrested for assault following stabbing outside of Batavia restaurant

Genesee County may be forced to beef up cyber security for elections * Orleans County prepares stay dogs for adoption courtesy of inmates * NFL releases Bills schedule

Two dogs “rescued from the animal shelter are rehabilitated by inmates at Albion Correctional

Robert Roy Richmond, 55, admits to using library computer to watch pornography

Two of the county’s finest retire today: GCSO Chief Investigator Jerome Brewster and BPD Officer Frank Klimjack * City of Batavia takes household survey to secure home improvement grant * Flu cases on the decline

City man faces federal charges in abduction of Bergen girl * Downs announces Throwdown 2″ * Local farmers vent concerns over NYS employment law changes

LeRoy police crack a 2017 safe heist * Orleans County lawmen confiscate $5K worth of THC oil * Buffalo sports fans the most miserable?

Gasoline prices creep up in Batavia * Housley out as Sabres coach * The Batavian honored by NYPA

Dailey will become the Superintendent of the Gates-Chili School District on July 1

Former Batavia nursing home owner goes to jail * Hawley opposes gov’s plan to close prisons * Ricky Palermo honored on a basketball icon

High Wind Advisory * State legislators get back to work on legal pot * Batavia’s Best Businesses

Fully produced documentary-style videos showcasing the finest local retailers and service providers in Batavia and Genesee County

Victim has been identified as 41 year old John Sherman Sr.

Five arrested in drug bust on Liberty Street * Plastic Bag ban deal reached in Albany * Hawley recognizes Vietnam vets day

New occupant for former P W Minor facility * City looks to lure new investment * BPD Releases its “Wanted” list

To be open 12 Noon to 6PM through October

Custom Vehicle Operators seeks $60,000 in tax incentives to retain 36 jobs

Gasoline prices rise in WNY * Bergen couple arrested for allegedly trying to smuggle drugs into county jail * Deadline gets closer for NYS budget

City man admits trying to entice 13 yr. old into porn * New cases of flu reported across NYS * Mr. Batavia selected in annual competition

A top local cop to retire * Attica man charged with Leandra’s Law violation * Mr. Batavia to be chosen tonight

Why are county health rankings so low? * Cuomo gives up on pot for pleasure * Powerball fever strikes again

Dealing with aging bridges in Genesee County * Law designed to help cops track stolen property is toned down * Genesee and Orleans Counties low in health rankings

Out of 62 counties in New York State, Genesee ranks 42 and Orleans County ranks 52.

Two from Batavia among a dozen arrested on drug charges in Wyoming County * Horrific crash in Pembroke claims a life * High Wind Advisory through this evening

Two suspects are from Batavia, one remains in jail

Vehicular manslaughter case in jeopardy over a technicality * High Wind Advisory posted for tomorrow * Champion power-lifter from Darien

Drill intended to evaluate response to an active shooter situation

Batavia Dad charged with smoking pot in from of the kids * Some bogus bills in Batavia * Cuomo wants 2-percent tax cap kept

1st Ward, 4th Ward, 5th Ward Councilpersons will be at the Holland Land Office on Saturday, March 16th at 10:00 a.m.

Batavia city budget calls for no tax increase * Canadian man charged with Vehicular Manslaughter in LeRoy crash * Unemployment rates improves in region

Elba and Oakfield-Alabama both defeated in Far West Regional games

GCEDC extends tax breaks for local projects * seven busted on drug charges in Orleans County * The halls are alive with the Sound of Music at BHS

NYS considers raising the legal age to buy smokes * Goart! doing better in the art of money management * Big Saturday ahead for Elba and O-A Girls basketball

The community is invited to attend the Saturday, March 9 event at Stuart Steiner Theatre at Genesee Community College.

Arrest made in Batavia gas station heist * Former Trump Lawyer says Trump inflated net worth to try and buy the Buffalo Bills * Winter Weather Advisory through the evening

Arrest made, no one hurt

High Wind Warning until 10AM Monday * 1,100 without power in Genesee Countyy * Winter Weather Advisory until 4AM Monday

Winter Weather Advisory * Buffalo/WNY lead state in snowfall * Support grows for convicted felons to serve as jurors

Batavia Downs announces plans for Kentucky May 14th

Genesee, Orleans and Wyoming Public Health Column

Teenager charged in Batavia business burglaries * Police search for missing adult * New manager for the Muckdogs

New law extends Statute of Limitations in child sexual abuse cases * Amazon scuttles plans for NYC Headquarters, Hawley suggests STAMP * Water declared safe in Warsaw

Weather worsens for evening commute * Several cancellations * Batavia Downs marks Woodstock at 50 *

Singer Melanie and Five tribute bands to perform for the 50th Anniversary of the legendary upstate NY music festival

Batavia City Council hears Pro-Life, Pro-Choice arguments * Batavia sex offender faces felony charges * Winter Weather Advisory posted for tonight

Albion man sentenced for rape of 12 yr old * Batavia Downs channels Roaring 20’s * Flu bug won’t go away

Albion man gets four years for rape of 12 year old * Batavia Downs opens “Gatsby Bar” * Flu cases still on the rise in NY

Durin Rogers seeks Batavia City Court judgeship full time

Bar features high end spirits, custom cocktails

High Wind Watch posted for Genesee, Wyoming & Orleans Counties * Travel Advisory issued for Orleans Co. * National Grid announces a power outage for late Friday night/early Saturday morning

Cuomo warns of budget shortfall * Flood Watch posted for Genesee County * Graham Corp seeking tax incentives for renovation and expansion

Continue to use caution

Sheriff Gregory Rudolph thanks community for adhering to advisory

Travel Advisory for “No Unnecessary Travel” remains in effect

Republican and Democrat Election Commissioners advise changes to political calendar

Sheriff’s Office issues advisory to avoid unnecessary travel until further notice

Winter Storm WARNING posted for Tuesday * Batavia Police look for missing 15 year old * Some Catholic bishops call for Cuomo to be excommunicated

Western OTB left out of legal sports book

From National Weather Service: Winter Storm Warning eff. 4PM Tuesday * Wind Chill Watch eff. Wednesday morning

Batavia Parolee arrested for business burglaries * Judge Rogers wants to run for full-time City Court position * Cuomo signs new abortion law

Investigation is ongoing, additional suspect is sought

Freezing rain forecast for morning commute * Limo companies push back against stretch ban * Car crashes into Orleans Co house

Burgess and Cheek Named Genesee Athletes of the Week

NY to ban conversion therapy * Wind Chill cancelled, Advisory remains * Water Main break on Union Street

Wind Chill advisory Until 7pm Monday * Winter Storm WARNING Cancelled

Storm Warning in effect until 6PM Sunday evening
Wind Chill advisory in effect until 7PM Monday

Marchers brave single digit wind chills in local observance

Second yogurt manufacturing operation to close in Genesee County in the past eight years * 35 workers out of a job at Alpina

Waiting for the big snow * Albion couple remain hospitalized from explosion and fire * Cuomo proposes unemployment benefits for furloughed federal workers

Gillibrand announces candidacy for president * GOP looks for candidates in Oakfield and Elba * Winter Storm Watch posted

In effect for all of WNY from Saturday afternoon through Monday afternoon

Village elections will be held on March 19, Town Elections to be held on November 5, 2019

Winter Weather Advisory posted * City GOP seeking candidates * Chamber announces award winners

Genesee Lumber, Business of the Year, Geneseean of the Year: Bob Stocking

City Republicans looking for: City Court Judge, City Council and County Legislature Candidates

Salvation Army of Genesee County raises $88,600 in Red Kettle campaign

Cuomo renews ban on plastic bags * Results of Salvation Army Red Kettle in county * Gas prices dip in Genesee County

Batavia man faces new charges in child abduction * Two separate concerts to mark Woodstock 50 * Bitter Wind Chills expected

Collins refuses to accept pay during shutdown * Pembroke students talk ti International Space Station * Legislative session begins in Albany

Lake Effect Snow expected, total accumulation of 4 to 8 inches

Company plans a $900,000 investment in Pavilion, will create three new jobs

Grant courtesy of America’s Farmers, an organization dedicated to modern U.S. Agriculture

Sheriff names his “right hand man” * LeRoy PD continues search for car burglar * Skinner carries the Sabres

LeRoy Police hunt for thief * Sgt Brad Mazur named new undersheriff * Meet “Frankie” new GCSO K-9

Bradley D. Mazur is named new Undersheriff for Genesee County

Perry Bowling Center heavily damaged by fire * Mississippi man indicted for Darien Lake assault on cops * Cuomo sworn in for third term

High Wind Warning for tonight * Batavia Downs moves up Fireworks to 9 p.m. * New laws in NYS

Fireworks now scheduled for 9 p.m. due to High Wind Warning

BHS’s Ray Leach named tops in the region * Veteran Buffalo Bill Kyle Williams to play his final game * Flu cases on the rise in NYS

Suspect in Amber Alert may face federal charges * County unemployment rate released * Troopers look for Grinch who stole restaurant sign on Christmas Eve

Dog bite reported Monday, officials want to be sure dog is up to date on anti-rabies vaccine

The two county health departments work collaboratively on common issues

Christmas Day fire damages Maple St. building * Minimum wage going up * Gasoline prices going down

Walker has been with the Genesee Co. Sheriff’s Office for 31 years

People leaving New York State in droves * Batavia Downs reports season handle down 11-percent * Peace Bridge offers free toll on Christmas Day

Annual Holiday Tote project is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club

Suspect identified in Ellicott St. stabbing * NYC area man charged with selling LSD in Darien * Gasoline prices dropping in Genesee County

BPD probes reported stabbing on Ellicott St. * Former Army General from Batavia indicted for rape in Virginia * Spectrum reaches legal deal with NYS

Cuomo proposes legal personal pot * Teenager indicted in knife attack * Jamestown man charged with sex offense in Elba *

Missing Albion children found safe * Sherfiff Rudolph grateful for “heroes” * 35th annual Christmas Toy Drive tomorrow

Major manure spill in Wyoming County * Pay raise approved for state legislators, Hawley (R-Batavia) strongly opposed

Snow squalls expected for the drive home * Shop with a Cop to be held Saturday * Diocese of Buffalo offers $400,000 to woman to settle sex abuse claim

53 children have been invited to this year’s event * Each child receives $100 for buy presents for themselves or family * County schools helped select children

Winter Weather Advisory posted * Woman hurt in shoplifting incident at J C Penney * Missing Rochester girl shows up in Brooklyn

LeRoy woman charged under Leandra’s law * Drug Task Force busts suspected fentanyl * Schumer is first time grandfather

New superintendent for Oakfield-Alabama Schools * Batavia man faces felony smut charges * Alexander Central to vote Monday on capital project

John Fisgus will start at O-A in January

14 year old girl found unharmed in Pennsylvania, 22 year old man in custody

Amber Alert issued for Byron teenager * Police seek man who picked her up from school this morning, he had been ordered to stay away from her

Suspect was arrested by State Police earlier this month * Updated photo released

Alexander Central School voters asked for $12.6-million in capital projects * Batavia man arrested for rape * Cuomo says “no” to presidential run in 2020

Salvation Army asks 90 individuals or businesses to contribute $1,000 for the Christmas campaign

Counry Max returns to Batavia next year * Fire damages Kaiser Wilcox in Bergen * KISS comes to Darien Lake next August

Another plea in Batavia murder on Central Ave. * LeRoy Police arrest two on weapons charge * Batavia Blue Devils post loss in state championship

Winter Weather Advisory posted for Genesee County * Collins victory nearly assured * GCC adds one more armed Peace Officer

Batavia High Blue Devils head to NYS Championship * First time in school history * Tops out of bankruptcy

GCC Criminal Justice student wins local award

Indictment handed up in Batavia carjacking * Two Albion men busted for home invasion * Montclair Ave. woman charged with forcing child to smoke pot

One suspect accused of using a replica AK-47 to rob homeowner

Winter Weather Advisory posted * Sheriff’s Office may be able to purchase and train two K-9s * Collins / McMurray still exchanging barbs

City Church development gains traction * YWCA “in the black” * State legislators talk about giving themselves a pay raise

Batavia advances to New York State Semi-finals

First snow accumulation in county * Cuomo calls for ban on flavored e-cigs * BHS Blue Devils look to advance in football playoffs

NY 27th decision may wait for official canvass * Cuomo wins 3rd term, Hawley easily re-elected, Ranzenhofer wins but much closer * Genesee County legislators will serve four years

Collins wins 27th Congressional District, McMurray demands recount

Voters go to the polls until 9 p.m. * 27th Congressional race, very close * Funeral arrangements announced for Jerry Warner

Calling hours Thursday, funeral service on Friday at Burdett and Sanford Funeral Home in Oakfield

More reaction to the passing of WBTA’s Jerry Warner * United Way of Genesee Co names new Executive Director * BHS Blue Devils prepare for Western Regional

Tammy Hathaway to replace Eric Fix on Nov. 19

Popular WBTA Radio personality has been off the air for nearly a year due to poor health

Arrest made in Raymond Morgan beating death * Blue Devils back to Sectional Championship tomorrow night * Jerry Warner in Hospice care

Richard D. Haynes, 36, formerly of Thorpe St., Batavia charged with Murder in the Second Degree

Chamber of Commerce issues positive report * Environmental clean-up to begin in Pavilion * No debate in the 27th Congressional District race

Flood Watch includes Genesee, Orleans and Wyoming Counties

Ellicott Station developer wants more taxpayer incentives * Plea of mental disease in murder of a Lyndonville woman * Future of Fantasy Sports betting uncertain in NY

Perry principal faces no criminal charges * Batavia man charged with burglary and felony DWI * Bills v Pats tonight

Batavia Career and Technical Education Center (CTE). The Batavia CTE Center will hold an Open House on Thursday, November 1

Invites members of the public to share concerns and ideas

New city manager “meets and greets” * Tribute planned to K-9 Destro * Cuomo holds 23 point lead in governor’s race

Batavia Kiwanis Club partners with Batavia’s Original Pizzeria for Oct 28 Halloween parade

Power was out for for 5,300 customers for almost two hours.

Dr. Matthew Landfried is the Chairman of of the Derpartment of Surgery at UMMC

National Grid reports all power has been restored to customers impacted by outage earlier this afternoon.

Latest estimate: 5,500 local customers without power, restoration estimated by 3 p.m.

Collins – McMurray race seen as “dead heat” * Batavia man arrested for attacking an EMT sent to help him * Wegman’s recalls hummus

Pavement markings will be done on several streets beginning tomorrow * Clinton St. to be repaired beginning Oct 17

Lewiston Rd. location on a list of 142 Sears and Kmarts closing as part of the latest company bankruptcy filing

Trial date set for Chris Collins * Wyco lawman pleads guilty to murder * last weekend of high school football before playoffs

Oakfield man indicted as sexual predator * Livingston County assemblyman arrested for accepting bribe * Meet and greet Batavia’s new city manager

Council approves extension of stipends * SUNY prohibits sex between students and teachers * Limo involved in deadly crash was posted for sale

BCB seeking Cartage/Equipment Coordinator

McMurrary gets campaign cash boost from Collins legal woes * Molinaro is cash short in his fight against Cuomo * Toppled tanker on Route 33

If you recognize this person, contact Batavia Police.

Man killed in crash with ambulance in Bethany * In LeRoy, two children drugged and left alone * Bills win

Williamsville man dies when his car crosses center line and strikes Bethany ambulance

Destro joined the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office five years ago * He partnered with Deputy Chris Erion

Local businessman Peter Zeliff foreclosed on loan to Tidewater + Associates * all employees are terminated

All operations ceased as of 10 a.m. this morning

Arrest made as guns are recovered from Bergen theft * Elba man pleads guilty rape, gets seven years * Sabres begin new season tonight

Weapons recovered from a Jackson St residence believed stolen last week in Bergen

the City of Batavia Fire Department encourages residents to “Look. Listen. Learn.” What does that mean?

Support the Batavia City School District Foundation, Saturday, Oct 13

Darien Center man arrested for sexting * Livingston County man gets 25 years in prison for child porn * New Bills stadium on hold

Officials say $10-million state funding will return $60-million of private investment

Nine arrested at Kid Rock show * Smaller workforce returns to the job at P W Minor * Record number of female candidates on November ballot

Proceeds benefit Breast Cancer Network of Western New York

Wed, Oct 3 at Batavia Downs

45 are laid off at P W Minor, 40 others return to work on Monday * Arrest made in Hamlin double murder * BHS Blue Devils play final game at existing Vandetta stadium

Company says it will “idle” one manufacturing line to concentrate on orthopedic and diabetic footwear

First chairman of surgery at UMMC

Batavia Downs begins expansion * P W Minor delays statement on its future * United Way sets campaign goal * PETA offers reward in cat cruelty case

P W Minor announcement due tomorrow * Downs to announce expansion * Cuomo blames weather for loss of population

$4-million expansion will include new cigar bar, added kitchen and restaurant space

Nathaniel Wilson gets 20 to life for fatal stabbing * Carjacking leads to high speed chase and crash in Batavia * Suspect in welfare fraud sentenced to jail time

Threatened woman at a gas station, fled down Ellicott St., crashed at entrance to VA

P W Minor workers told to “go home” * Former Albion teenager charged with killing her sister and mother * Batavia City Council meets tonight in conference session

150 year old local company appears to be in financial trouble again

Flushing will take place Wednesday & Thursday, south of Main St. and west of Jackson.

Final home football game before demolition is Homecoming on September 29

Collins issues statement this afternoon saying he will “actively” campaign

Event will be held on Saturday, Sept 29 from 10a.m. to 2p.m. at city fire headquarters on Evans Street

North of West Main and west of Bank St.

161 complete the run, another 115 participated in the fun walk

Collins name to remain on the ballot as he fights federal charges

Fatal car/ped accident in Livonia * Hochul will be on November ballot with Cuomo * two men die in Alden boating accident

Democrats pick nominee for Governor * Police ID two murder victims in Hamlin * New Exec Dir at Cornell Coop Ext in Batavia

Lawmen suspect double murder in Hamlin * Batavia native gets top job at Uber * Pavilion Teenager honors 9-11 first responders

Erik Fix resigns after six years with the agency

LeRy crash leads to jail for Buffalo woman * New poll: Cuomo 41 point lead over Nixon * Batavia City Council meets tonight

Cougar Volleyball Team Aces First Home Test

House Ethics Committee to look at Chris Collins charges * Bills open their regular season in Baltimore Sunday * Muckdogs GM will not return next year

Police wait for forensic results in Liberty Street murder probe * Cuomo spending big in primary race * Jim Kelly on the mend again

GCEDC considers tax breaks for Six Flags Darien Lake * Collins returns to Congress * Heat Advisory in effect until this evening

Station launches WBTAi2 to cover all LeRoy Knights home and away varsity football

Albion man accused of supplying drug that caused overdose death of his wife * Batavia Bed, Bath and Beyond is closing * Foul language leads to arrest

Police say husband provided opiate that caused his wife to overdose and then failed to get medical attention for her in time to save her life

Muckdogs very likely to be in Batavia next season * Cuomo wants to listen to to the people on legal pot for fun * Tops closes 10 stores, Batavia and LeRoy NOT among them

Attica man arrested for alleged sexual abuse of 5 year old * Churchville’s Renee Fleming to perform at Senator McCain’s funeral * Heat Advisory extends to 8pm

Tracy Ave. will close Thursday, Aug 30 for repaving.

Albion man dies in Lake Ontario boating accident * City announces sidewalk construction projects * Ranzenhofer bows out of 27th Congressional Dist run

Spray Park will close for the season on Sept 4 * City announces sidewalk construction schedule

WBTA FM 100.1 is temporarily off the air due to a power surge that damaged some transmitter components. We hope to have repairs completed by late Monday morning. In the meantime WBTA AM 1490 is operating normally as is our streaming service WBTA thanks our loyal listeners for their patience.

Albion lawyer pleads guilty to defrauding clients * New Federal money for the Genesee County Airport * Bills prepare for Bengals on Sunday

Wyoming County indicts Florida man in attack on two brothers * Bergen woman charged with bad baby-sitting * Muckdogs take two from West Virginia before returning home

Plea deal in Central Ave fatal stabbing * NYS Fair opens in Syracuse * GOP extends process of replacing Collins on ballot

Linda Toscano will be bringing three of her best Empire State-bred diagonal distaffers to compete in two divisions

Wednesday, September 5, 2018 at 7 p.m. ~ Genesee Community College

LeRoy domestic incident leads to charges of unlawful imprisonment and menacing * Fatal motorcycle crash in Henrietta * Bear sighting in Alabama

New city manager meets the press * Cuomo steps in some political mud * Tracy Ave. re-constructions begins tomorrow

Dr. Martin “Marty” Moore begins new job on Oct 15.

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